Zoltán Botta-Dukát, DSc

Scientific Advisor

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Main profile in keywords:
assembly rules, biological invasion, phytosociology, data analysis

Research topics in nutshell:

Assembly Rules: studying trait based assembly rules by comparing observed functional diversity to random references; identifying traits influenced by environmental filtering and competition

Biological invasion: pattern of plant invasion in Hungary; studying invasiveness by comparative ecological and experimental methods.

Phytosociology: syntaxonomical revision of Molinietalia meadows, development of Hungarian Phytosociological Database

Development new methods for data analysis: functional diversity, fidelity, co-occurrence based niche-width, validation of classification, semi-supervised classification.

PhD supervising:

Attila Lengyel: Diversity patterns of Hungarian mesophilous meadows. Doctoral School of Biology, ELTE
Annamária Fenesi:Traits influencing the invasion success of
annual plant species., Doctoral School of Biology, ELTE
Lajos Balogh: Plant invasions in Western Hungary, Doctoral School of Botany, University of Pécs

University textbooks:

Ecology BSc textbook (in Hungarian)
Theory based ecology MSc textbook