dr hab. Piotr Skórka, prof. IOP PAN


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dr hab. Piotr Skórka, prof. IOP PAN

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publikacje z listy filadelfijskiej

Kotowska D., Pärt T., Skórka P., Auffret A.G., Żmihorski M. 2022.

Scale dependence of landscape heterogeneity effects on plant invasions. Journal of Applied Ecology 59 (5): 1313-1323, DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.14143.

Skórka P., Grzywacz B., Moroń D., Lenda M. 2022.

COVID-19 in Memes: The Adaptive Response of Societies to the Pandemic?. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19 (19): 12969 ( Pobierz pdf

Grzywacz B., Skórka P. 2021.

Genome size versus geographic range size in birds. PeerJ 9 (e10868): 10.7717/peerj.10868.

Lenda M., Skórka P., Kuszewska K., Moroń D., Bełcik M., Baczek Kwinta R., Janowiak F., Duncan D.H., Vesk P.A., Possingham H.P., Knops J.M.H. 2021.

Misinformation, internet honey trading and beekeepers drive a plant invasion. Ecology Letters, Wiley 24 (2): 165-169 (DOI: 10.1111/ele.13645).

Moroń D., Marjańska E., Skórka P., Lenda M., Woyciechowski M. 2021.

Invader-pollinator paradox: invasive goldenrods benefit from large size pollinators. Diversity and Distributions 27 (632-641 (DOI: Pobierz pdf

Pustkowiak S., Kwieciński Z., Lenda M., Żmihorski M., Rosin Z.M., Tryjanowski P., Skórka P. 2021.

Small things are important: the value of singular point elements for birds in agricultural landscapes. Biological Reviews 96: 1386-1403 (DOI: 10.1111/brv.12707).

Skórka P., Banach A., Banasiak M., Bokalska-Rajba J., Bonk M., Czachura P., García-Rodríguez A., Gaspar G., Hordyńska N., Kaczmarczyk A., Kapłoniak K., Kociński M., Łopata B., Mazur E., Mirzaei M., Misiewicz A., Parres A., Przystałkowska A., Pustkowiak S., Raczyński M., Sadura I., Splitt A., Stanek M., Sternalski J., Wierzbicka A.,Wiorek M., Zduńczyk P. 2021.

Congruence between the prioritisation of conservation problems at the local and national scale: an evaluation by environmental scientists in Poland. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (in press).

Splitt A., Schulz M., Skórka P. 2021.

Current state of knowledge on the biology and breeding of the solitary bee – Osmia bicornis. Journal of Apicultural Research (in press): (

Splitt A., Skórka P., Strachecka A., Borański M., Teper D. 2021.

Keep trees for bees: Pollen collection by Osmia bicornis along the urbanization gradient. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 64: 127250 (DOI: 10.1016/j.ufug.2021.127250 ). Pobierz pdf

Bełcik M., Lenda M., Amano T., Skórka P. 2020.

Different response of the taxonomic, phylogenetic and functional diversity of birds to forest fragmentation. Scientific Reports, Nature Research 10 (1): 20320, DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-76917-2.

Lenda M., Skórka P., Mazur B., Sutherland W., Tryjanowski P., Moroń D., Meijaard E., Possingham H.P., Wilson K.A. 2020.

Effects of amusing memes on concern for unappealing species. Conservation Biology 34: 1200-1209 (DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13523).

Skórka P., Grzywacz B., Moroń D., Lenda M. 2020.

The macroecology of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Anthropocene . PLOS ONE 15 (7): e0236856 (DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0236856).

Węgrzynowicz P., Łoś A. 2020.

Dataset of wing venation measurements for Apis mellifera caucasica, A. mellifera carnica and A. mellifera mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae), their hybrids and backcrosses. Biodiversity Data Journal 8: e53724 (DOI: 10.3897/BDJ.8.e53724).

Zyśk-Gorczyńska E., Skórka P., Żmihorski M. 2020.

Graffiti saves birds: A year-round pattern of bird collisions with glass bus shelters. Landscape and Urban Planning 193: 103680, DOI: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2019.103680.

Kajzer-Bonk J., Skórka P., Bonk M., Lenda M., Rożej-Pabijan E., Wantuch M., Moroń D. 2019.

The effect of railways on bird diversity in farmland. Environmental Science and Pollution Research: DOI: 10.1007/s11356-019-06245-0.

Kotowska D., Skórka P., Walasz K. 2019.

Delineating the number of animal territories using digital mapping and spatial hierarchical clustering in GIS technology. Ecological Indicators 107: 105670.

Lenda M., Skórka P., Knops J., Żmihorski M., Gaj R., Moroń D., Woyciechowski M. Tryjanowski P. 2019.

Multispecies invasion reduces the negative impact of single alien plant species on native flora. Diversity and Distributions 25: 951-962 (DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12902).

Łoś A., Skórka P., Strachecka A., Winiarczyk S., Adaszek Ł., Winiarczyk M., Wolski D. 2019.

The associations among the breeding performance of Osmia bicornis L. (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), burden of pathogens and nest parasites along urbanisation gradient. Science of the Total Environment: 135520, DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135520.

Moroń D., Skórka P., Lenda M. 2019.

Disappearing edge: the flowering period changes the distribution of insect pollinators in invasive goldenrod patches. Insect Conservation and Diversity 12: 98-108 (DOI: 10.1111/icad.12305).

Moroń D., Skórka P., Lenda M., Kajzer-Bonk J., Mielczarek Ł., Rożej-Pabijan E., Wantuch M. 2019.

Linear and non-linear effects of goldenrod invasions on native pollinator and plant populations. Biological Invasions 21: 947–960 (DOI: 10.1007/s10530-018-1874-1).

Jankowiak Ł., Hetmański T., Tryjanowski P., Skórka P. 2018.

Experimentally evoked same-sex sexual behaviour in pigeons: better to be in a female-female pair than alone. Scientific Reports 8 (1654): 1-7. Pobierz pdf

Lenda M., Skórka P., Mazur B., Ward A., Wilson K. 2018.

Ivory crisis: Role of bioprinting technology. Science 360: 277, DOI: 10.1126/science.aat0925. Pobierz pdf

Łangowska, A., Yosef, R., Skórka, P., Tryjanowski P. 2018.

Mist-Netting of Migrating Bee-Eaters Positively Influences Honey Bee Colony Performance. Journal of Apicultural Science (in press) DOI: 10.2478/JAS-2018-0008 . Pobierz pdf

Pustkowiak S., Banaszak-Cibicka W., Mielczarek Ł., Tryjanowski P., Skórka P. 2018.

The association of windmills with conservation of pollinating insects and wild plants in homogeneous farmland of western Poland. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25 (7): 6273-6284. Pobierz pdf

Rosin Z.M., Kwieciński Z., Lesicki A., Skórka P., Kobak J., Szymańska A., Osiejuk T.S., Kałuski T., Jaskulska M., Tryjanowski P. 2018.

Shell colour, temperature, (micro)habitat structure and predator pressure affect the behaviour of Cepaea nemoralis. The Science of Nature, Springer 105: 35, DOI: 10.1007/s00114-018-1560-2. Pobierz pdf

Skórka P., Lenda M., Moroń D. 2018.

Roads affect the spatial structure of butterfly communities in grassland patches. PeerJ ((in press)). Pobierz pdf

Skórka P., Żmihorski M., Grzędzicka E., Martyka R., Sutherland W. J. 2018.

The role of churches in maintaining bird diversity: A case study from southern Poland. Biological Conservation 226: 280-287. [DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2018.08.013].

Bojarska K., Kwiatkowska M., Skórka P., Gula R., Theuerkauf J., Okarma H. 2017.

Anthropogenic environmental traps: Where do wolves kill their prey in a commercial forest?. Forest Ecology and Management 397: 117-125, DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2017.04.013.

Gwiazda R., Flis A., Skórka P., Oleś W. 2017.

Effect of age on the foraging behaviour of Grey Heron Ardea cinerea L., 1758 at a submontane dam reservoir in the postbreeding season. Avian Biology Research 10 (2): 76-83, DOI: 10.3184/175815617X14878495436442. Pobierz pdf

Kwieciński Z., Rosin Z.M., Dylewski L., Skórka P. 2017.

Sexual differences in food preferences in the white stork: an experimental study. The Science of Nature, Springer 104: 39, DOI: 10.1007/s00114-017-1457-5. Pobierz pdf

Lenda M., Knops J., Skórka P., Moroń D., Woyciechowski M. 2017.

Cascading effects of changes in land use on the invasion of the walnut Juglans regia in forest ecosystems. Journal of Ecology 104: 671-686 (in press), DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12827.

Moroń D., Przybylowicz L., Nobis M., Nobis A., Klichowska E., Lenda M., Skórka P., Tryjanowski P. 2017.

Do levees support diversity and affect spatial turnover of communities in plant-herbivore systems in an urban landscape?. Ecological Engineering, Elsevier 105: 198-204, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2017.04.052. Pobierz pdf

Moroń D., Skórka P., Lenda M., Celary W., Tryjanowski P. 2017.

Railway lines affect spatial turnover of pollinator communities in an agricultural landscape. Diversity and Distribution 23 (9): 1090-1097, DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12600.

Myczko Ł., Sparks T.H., Skórka P., Rosin Z.M., Kwieciński Z., Górecki M.T., Tryjanowski P. 2017.

Effects of local roads and car traffic on the occurrence pattern and foraging behaviour of bats. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 56: 222-228, DOI: 10.1016/j.trd.2017.08.011. Pobierz pdf

Rosin Z.M., Lesicki A., Kwieciński Z., Skórka P., Tryjanowski P. 2017.

Land snails benefit from human alterations in rural landscapes and habitats. Ecosphere 8 (7): e01874, DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.1874. Pobierz pdf

Tryjanowski P., Skórka P., Møller A.P. 2017.

Intra- and interspecific abundance of birds affects detection of novel food sources by Great Tits Parus major. Acta Ornithologica 52: 221-231. Pobierz pdf

Dudek K., Skórka P., Sajkowska Z., Ekner-Grzyb A., Dudek M., Tryjanowski P. 2016.

Distribution pattern and number of ticks on lizards. Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases 7: 172–179 (Doi:10.1016/j.ttbdis.2015.10.014).

Kajzer-Bonk J., Skórka P., Nowicki P., Bonk M., Król W., Szpiłyk D., Woyciechowski M. 2016.

Relative Contribution of Matrix Structure, Patch Resources and Management to the Local Densities of Two Large Blue Butterfly Species. PLoS ONE 11 (12): e0168679, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0168679. Pobierz pdf

Rosin Z.M., Skórka P., Pärt T., Żmihorski M., Ekner-Grzyb A., Kwieciński Z., Tryjanowski P. 2016.

Villages and their old farmsteads are hot-spots of bird diversity in agricultural landscapes. Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 1363-1372; DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12715.

Rosin Z.M., Skórka P., Szymański T., Tobolka M., Luczak A., Tryjanowski P. 2016.

Constant and seasonal drivers of bird communities in a wind farm: implications for conservation. PeerJ 4: e2105 ( Pobierz pdf

Skórka P., Sierpowska K., Haidt A., Myczko Ł., Ekner-Grzyb A., Rosin Z.M., Kwieciński Z., Suchodolska J., Takacs V., Jankowiak Ł., Wasielewski O., Graclik A., Krawczyk A.J., Kasprzak A., Szwajkowski P., Wylegała P., Malecha A.W., Mizera T., Tryjanowski P. 2016.

Habitat preferences of two sparrow species are modified by abundances of other birds in an urban environment. Current Zoology 62 (4): 357-368 (DOI: 10.1093/cz/zow069). Pobierz pdf

Skórka P. 2016.

The detectability and persistence of road-killed butterflies: An experimental study. Biological Conservation 200: 36-43 ( DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2016.05.026).

Skórka P., Lenda M., Sutherland W.J. 2016.

Response of young and adult birds to the same environmental variables and different spatial scales during post breeding period. Landscape Ecology 31 (9): 2063-2078; DOI: 10.1007/s10980-016-0382-x. Pobierz pdf

Jankowiak Ł., Skórka P., Ławicki L.,Wylegała P., Polakowski M., Wuczyński A.,Tryjanowski P. 2015.

Patterns of occurrence and abundance of roosting geese: the role of spatial scale for site selection and consequences for conservation. Ecological Research 30: 833-842 (DOI: 10.1007/s11284-015-1282-2).

Myczko L., Skórka P., Dylewski Ł., Sparks T.H., Tryjanowski P. 2015.

Color mimicry of empty seeds influences the probability of predation by birds. Ecosphere (DOI: 6 (10): art177. Pobierz pdf

Skórka P., Lenda M., Moroń D., Martyka R., Tryjanowski P., Sutherland W. J. 2015.

Biodiversity collision blackspots in Poland: separation causality from stochasticity in roadkills of butterflies. Biological Conservation 187: 154-163. [DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2015.04.017].

Tryjanowski P., Morelli F., Skórka P., Artur Goławski, Indykiewicz P., Møller A., Mitrus C., Wysocki D., Zduniak P. 2015.

Who started first? Bird species visiting novel birdfeeders. Scientific Reports 5 (art11858): (DOI: 10.1038/srep11858).

Moroń D., Skórka P., Lenda M., Rozej-Pabjan E., Wantuch M., Kajzer-Bonk J., Celary W., Mielczarek L.E., Tryjanowski P. 2014.

Railway embankments as new habitat for pollinators in agricultural landscape. PLOS ONE, PLOS 9 (7): e101297 (DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0101297).

Nobis A., Skórka P. 2014.

River corridor plants revisited: What drives their unique distribution patterns?. Plant Biosystems, Taylor & Francis (On-line first): (DOI: 10.1080/11263504.2014.972999).

Skórka P., Martyka R., Wójcik J. D., Lenda M. 2014.

An invasive gull replaces native waterbirds to habitats more exposed to native predators. Population Ecology 56: 359-374. Pobierz pdf

Skórka P., Nowicki P., Kudłek J., Pępkowska A., Śliwińska E. B., Witek M., Settele J., Woyciechowski M. 2013.

Movements and flight morphology in the endangered Large Blue butterflies. Central European Journal of Biology 8 (7): 662-669. Pobierz pdf

Lenda M., Skórka P., Knops J.M.H., Moroń D., Tworek S., Woyciechowski M. 2012.

Plant establishment and plant invasions: an increase in a seed disperser combined with land abandonment cause a rapid invasion of the Walnut (Juglans regia) in Central Europe. Proceeding of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences (279): 1491-1497.

Tryjanowski P., Hartel T., Baldi A., Szymanski P., Tobółka M., Herzon I., Goławski A., Konvicka M., Hromada M., Jerzak L., Kujawa K., Lenda M., Orłowski G., Panek M., Skórka P., Sparks T.H., Tworek S., Wuczyński A., Żmihorski M. 2011.

Conservation of farmland birds faces different challenges in Western and Central-Eastern Europe. Acta Ornithologica (46): 1-12. Pobierz pdf


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