Ladislav Smejda


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ORDCID number: 0000-0002-9117-9389

Assistant Professor (full-time) at the Department of Anthropology, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic

Assistant Professor (part-time) at the Department of Applied Geoinformatics and Spatial Planning, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic


Janovský, M.P., Karlík, P., Horák, J., Šmejda, L., Asare Opare, M., Beneš, J., Hejcman, M., 2020. Historical land-use in an abandoned mountain village in the Czech Republic is reflected by the Mg, P, K, Ca, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Ni, Cu, Zn, Rb, Zr, and Sr content in contemporary soils. CATENA 187, 104347.

Asare, M.O., Apoh, W., Afriyie, J.O., Horák, J., Šmejda, L., Hejcman, M., 2020. Traces of German and British settlement in soils of the Volta Region of Ghana. Geoderma Regional, e00270.

Šmejda, L., Hejcman, M., Horák, J., Shai, I., 2018. Multi-element mapping of anthropogenically modified soils and sediments at the Bronze to Iron Ages site of Tel Burna in the southern Levant. Quaternary International 483, 111-123.

Horák, J., Janovský, M., Hejcman, M., Šmejda, L., Klír, T., 2018. Soil geochemistry of medieval arable fields in Lovětín near Třešť, Czech Republic. CATENA 162, 14-22.

Šmejda, L., 2017. Interpretive and Analytical Approaches to Aerial Survey in Archaeology. Interdisciplinaria archaeologica: Natural sciences in archaeology 8, 79–92.

Smejda, L., Hejcman, M., Horak, J., Shai, I., 2017. Ancient settlement activities as important sources of nutrients (P, K, S, Zn and Cu) in Eastern Mediterranean ecosystems – The case of biblical Tel Burna, Israel. CATENA 156, 62-73.