Prof. David Storch, Ph.D.
Prof. David Storch, Ph.D., (*1970) is a biologist. He is focused on macroecology, biodiversity and ecological theory. He has held postdoctoral positions at the University of Sheffield and the Santa Fe Institute; he is a professor at the Faculty of Science, Charles University. He is associate editor of Ecology Letters and Global Ecology and Biogeography. In addition to research papers and science popularization articles, he has written a number of books, including (in Czech) "Introduction to Contemporary Ecology" (with Stanislav Mihulka) and "Biology of the Landscape" (with Jiří Sádlo), and (in German) “Evolution: Ein Lesse-Lehrbuch”. He edited the books "Scaling Biodiversity" (published by Cambridge University Press) and (in Czech) "The Anthropocene" (with Petr Pokorný). He is a chairman of the Committee of the Czech Society for Ecology, and member of the Board of the Nature Conservation Forum and of the Board of the Director of the Nature Conservation Agency of the Czech Republic. He is an elected member of the Learned Society of the Czech Republic and Academia Europaea.
Current grants (Principal investigator):
The equilibrium theory of biodiversity dynamics - macroecological perspective [detail]
2020 - 2024, GA ČR EXPRO 20-29554X board n. EX5
Transdisciplinary Research of the Anthropocene [detail]
2022 - 2026, Cooperatio, PANEL – SCI
Current grants (Researcher):
BIODYNAMICS: Spatio-temporal dynamics of biotic interactions [detail]
2018 - 2023, UNCE/SCI/005
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