Research groups

Wetland Ecology Research Group

Head of the research group:

senior research fellow

Members of the research group:

Koleszár, Gergő

assistant research fellow

Löki, Viktor, PhD

research fellow

Lovas-Kiss, Ádám, PhD

research fellow

Vincze, Orsolya, PhD

research fellow

Lukácsné Urgyán, Renáta


Mesterházy, Attila


Zagyva, Tünde Andrea

institute engineer

Nándor Szabó

laboratory assistant

Main profile:

Wetland Ecology Research Group conduct systematic ecological surveys on wetlands. We are basically interested in the process of community assembly in aquatic and semi-aquatic habitats. We do fundamental researches that aim to explore species distribution, autecological characteristics and species interactions. We give high importance to implement the results of fundamental studies into practice. Therefore, we address questions having relevance in restoration ecology and socio-economy (e.g. Water Framework Directive). Our research interest includes but not limited to plants; we do plant ecological researches, complemented with studies on rarely investigated biotas (i.e. bryozoa, porifera).


External collaborators:

Gergő Koleszár
Attila Mesterházy