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Dr. Katerina NOVOTNA

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Dr. Katerina NOVOTNA
Institution:Silva Tarouca Research Institute for Landscape and Ornamental Gardening
Role in the Action: MC substitute, WG 2

Phonenumer: +420 296 528 378



Research interests related to EuroCoppice

  • short rotation coppice systems
  • coppice growth and yield
  • nature conservation
  • Populus nigra


Publications related to EuroCoppice

  • Benetka, V., Novotná, K., Štochlová, P., 2014: Biomass production of Populus nigra L. clones grown in short rotation coppice systems in three different environments over four rotations. iForest (early view): e1–e7 [online 2014-03-10] URL:http://www.


  • Benetka, V., Novotná, K., Štochlová, P., 2012: Wild populations as a source of germplasm for black poplar (Populus nigra L.) breeding programmes. Tree Genetics and Genomes 8(5): 1073–1084.


  • Benetka, V., Černý, K., Pilařová, P., Kozlíková, K., 2011: Effect of Melampsora larici-populina on growth and biomass yield of eight clones of Populus nigra. Journal of Forest Science 57(2): 41–49.


  • Benetka, V., Kozlíková, K., Štochlová, P., 2011: New clones of black poplar (Populus nigra L.) for short rotation coppice cultures. Acta Pruhoniciana 97: 33–38. (in Czech with English abstract).


  • Benetka, V., Kozlíková, K., Pilařová, P., 2008: Comparison of energy production of poplar from short rotation coppice with annual crops in potato growing region. Acta Pruhoniciana 89: 79–82. (in Czech with English abstract).


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