Publikációk

2022

Wirth, Tamás, Kovács, Dániel, Sebe, Krisztina, Lengyel, Attila, Csiky, János. Changes of 70 years in the non-native and native flora of a Hungarian county seat (Pécs, Central Europe) PLANT BIOSYSTEMS. 156: 24-35

Ónodi, Gábor, Zoltán, Botta-Dukát, Dániel, Winkler, Tamás, Rédei. Endangered lowland oak forest steppe remnants keep unique bird species richness in Central Hungary JOURNAL OF FORESTRY RESEARCH. 33: 343-355

Vári, Ágnes, Podschun, Simone A., Erős, Tibor, Hein, Thomas, Pataki, Beáta, Iojă, Ioan-Cristian, Adamescu, Cristian Mihai, Gerhardt, Almut, Gruber, Tamás, Dedić, Anita, Ćirić, Miloš, Gavrilović, Bojan, Báldi, András. Freshwater systems and ecosystem services: Challenges and chances for cross-fertilization of disciplines AMBIO: A JOURNAL OF THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT. 51: 135-151

Reyes-García, V., Fernández-Llamazares, Á., Aumeeruddy-Thomas, Y., Benyei, P., Bussmann, R.W., Diamond, S.K., García-del-Amo, D., Guadilla-Sáez, S., Hanazaki, N., Kosoy, N., Lavides, M., Luz, A.C., McElwee, P., Meretsky, V.J., Newberry, T., Molnár, Z., Ruiz-Mallén, I., Salpeteur, M., Wyndham, F.S., Zorondo-Rodriguez, F., Brondizio, E.S. Recognizing Indigenous peoples’ and local communities’ rights and agency in the post-2020 Biodiversity Agenda AMBIO: A JOURNAL OF THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT. 51: 84-92

Brooks, Daniel R., Hoberg, Eric P., Boeger, Walter A., Trivellone, Valeria. Emerging infectious disease: An underappreciated area of strategic concern for food security TRANSBOUNDARY AND EMERGING DISEASES. 69: 254-267

Schifani, Enrico, Giannetti, Daniele, Csősz, Sándor, Castellucci, Filippo, Luchetti, Andrea, Castracani, Cristina, Spotti, Fiorenza A, Mori, Alessandra, Grasso, Donato A. Is mimicry a diversification-driver in ants? Biogeography, ecology, ethology, genetics and morphology define a second West-Palaearctic Colobopsis species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY. 194: 1424-1450

Green, Andy J., Baltzinger, Christophe, Lovas-Kiss, Adam. Plant dispersal syndromes are unreliable, especially for predicting zoochory and long-distance dispersal OIKOS. 22: -

Elek, Zoltán, Růžičková, Jana, Ódor, Péter. Functional plasticity of carabids can presume better the changes in community composition than taxon‐based descriptors ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS. 32: -

Tölgyesi, Csaba, Vadász, Csaba, Kun, Róbert, Csathó, András István, Bátori, Zoltán, Hábenczyus, Alida, Erdős, László, Török, Péter. Post‐restoration grassland management overrides the effects of restoration methods in propagule‐rich landscapes ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS. 32: -

Alexander G., Rusanov, Tibor, Bíró, Keve T., Kiss, Krisztina, Buczkó, István, Grigorszky, András, Hidas, Mónika, Duleba, Zsuzsa, Trábert, Angéla, Földi, Éva, Ács. Relative importance of climate and spatial processes in shaping species composition, functional structure and beta diversity of phytoplankton in a large river SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT. 2022: -

Cevallos, D, Szitár, K, Halassy, M, Kövendi-Jakó, A, Török, K. Larger seed mass predicts higher germination and emergence rates in sand grassland species with nondormant seeds ACTA BOTANICA HUNGARICA. IN PRESS: -

Martyn G., Kelly, Geoff, Phillips, Heliana, Teixeira, Gábor, Várbíró, Fuensanta Salas, Herrero, Nigel J., Willby, Sandra, Poikane. Establishing ecologically-relevant nutrient thresholds: A tool-kit with guidance on its use SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT. 807: -

Tölgyesi, Csaba, Torma, Attila, Bátori, Zoltán, Šeat, Jelena, Popović, Miloš, Gallé, Róbert, Gallé‐Szpisjak, Nikolett, Erdős, László, Vinkó, Tamás, Kelemen, András, Török, Péter. Turning old foes into new allies—Harnessing drainage canals for biodiversity conservation in a desiccated European lowland region JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY. 59: 89-102

Vincze, Orsolya, Fernando, Colchero, Jean-Francois, Lemaître, Dalia, A. Conde, Samuel, Pavard, Margaux, Bieuville, Araxi, Urrutia, Beata, Ujvari, Amy, M. Boddy, Carlo, C. Maley, Frederic, Thomas, Mathieu, Giraudeau. Cancer risk across mammals NATURE. 601: 263-267

William, Jones, Luke, J. Eberhart-Hertel, Robert, P. Freckleton, Joseph, I. Hoffman, Oliver, Krüger, Brett, K. Sandercock, Orsolya, Vincze, Sama, Zefania, Tamás, Székely. Exceptionally high apparent adult survival in three tropical species of plovers in Madagascar JOURNAL OF AVIAN BIOLOGY. 1: 1-10

Tanács, Eszter, Belényesi, Márta, Lehoczki, Róbert, Pataki, Róbert, Petrik, Ottó, Standovár, Tibor, Pásztor, László, Laborczi, Annamária, Szatmári, Gábor, Molnár, Zsolt, Bede-Fazekas, Ákos, Somodi, Imelda, Kristóf, Dániel, Kovács-Hostyánszki, Anikó, Török, Katalin, Kisné Fodor, Lívia, Zsembery, Zita, Friedl, Zoltán, Maucha, Gergely. Compiling a high-resolution country-level ecosystem map to support environmental policy: methodological challenges and solutions from Hungary GEOCARTO INTERNATIONAL. IN PRESS: Paper 2005158-

Apari, Péter, Földvári, Gábor. Tick bite induced α‐gal syndrome highlights anticancer effect of allergy BIOESSAYS. 44: -

Kondor, A Cs, Molnár, É, Jakab, G, Vancsik, A, Filep, T, Szeberényi, J, Szabó, L, Maász, G, Pirger, Zs, Weiperth, A, Ferincz, Á, Staszny, Á, Dobosy, P, Horváthné Kiss, K, Hatvani, I G, Szalai, Z. Pharmaceuticals in water and sediment of small streams under the pressure of urbanization: Concentrations, interactions, and risks SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT. 808: -

Gallé, Róbert, Tölgyesi, Csaba, Torma, Attila, Bátori, Zoltán, Lörinczi, Gábor, Szilassi, Péter, Gallé-Szpisjak, Nikolett, Kaur, Hardeep, Makra, Tímea, Módra, Gábor, Batáry, Péter. Matrix quality and habitat type drive the diversity pattern of forest steppe fragments PERSPECTIVES IN ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION. 20: 60-68

Görföl, Tamás, Chun-Chia Huang, Joe, Csorba, Gábor, Győrössy, Dorottya, Estók, Péter, Kingston, Tigga, Szabadi, Kriszta Lilla, McArthur, Ellen, Senawi, Juliana, Furey, Neil M., Tu, Vuong Tan, Thong, Vu Dinh, Khan, Faisal Ali Anwarali, Jinggong, Emy Ritta, Donnelly, Melissa, Kumaran, Jayaraj Vijaya, Liu, Jian-Nan, Chen, Shiang-Fan, Tuanmu, Mao-Ning, Ho, Ying-Yi, Chang, Heng-Chia, Elias, Nurul-Ain, Abdullah, Nur Izzati, Lim, Lee-Sim, Squire, C Daniel, Zsebők, Sándor. ChiroVox: a public library of bat calls PEERJ. 10: 1-15

Godó, Laura, Valkó, Orsolya, Borza, Sándor, Deák, Balázs. A global review on the role of small rodents and lagomorphs (clade Glires) in seed dispersal and plant establishment GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION. 33: -

Czuppon, Gy, Demény, A, Leél-Őssy, Sz, Stieber, J, Óvári, M, Dobosy, P, Berentés, Á, Kovács, R. Cave monitoring in Hungary: An overview CENTRAL EUROPEAN GEOLOGY. 65: 26-39

Biró, Marianna, Molnár, Zsolt, Öllerer, Kinga, Demeter, László, Bölöni, János. Behind the general pattern of forest loss and gain: A long-term assessment of semi-natural and secondary forest cover change at country level LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING. 220: -

Török, Edina, Gallé, Róbert, Batáry, Péter. Fragmentation of forest-steppe predicts functional community composition of wild bee and wasp communities GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION. 33: -

Stubbington, Rachel, Sarremejane, Romain, Laini, Alex, Cid, Núria, Csabai, Zoltán, England, Judy, Munné, Antoni, Aspin, Thomas, Bonada, Núria, Bruno, Daniel, Cauvy‐Fraunie, Sophie, Chadd, Richard, Dienstl, Claudia, Fortuño Estrada, Pau, Graf, Wolfram, Gutiérrez‐Cánovas, Cayetano, House, Andy, Karaouzas, Ioannis, Kazila, Eleana, Millán, Andrés, Morais, Manuela, Pařil, Petr, Pickwell, Alex, Polášek, Marek, Sánchez‐Fernández, David, Tziortzis, Iakovos, Várbíró, Gábor, Voreadou, Catherina, Walker‐Holden, Emma, White, James, Datry, Thibault. Disentangling responses to natural stressor and human impact gradients in river ecosystems across Europe JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY. 59: 537-548

Chelli, Stefano, Ottaviani, Gianluigi, Tsakalos, James L., Campetella, Giandiego, Simonetti, Enrico, Wellstein, Camilla, Bartha, Sandor, Cervellini, Marco, Canullo, Roberto. Intra- and inter-specific leaf trait responses of understorey species to changes in forest maturity FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT. 506: -

Borges, Rui, Boussau, Bastien, Szöllősi, Gergely J, Kosiol, Carolin, dos Reis, Mario. Nucleotide usage biases distort inferences of the species tree GENOME BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION. 14: 1-13

Buczkó, K., Trábert, Zs., Stenger-Kovács, C, Tapolczai, K, Bíró, T., Duleba, M., Földi, A., Korponai, J., Vadkerti, E., Végvári, Zs., Ács, É. Rapid expansion of an aquatic invasive species (AIS) in Central-European surface waters; a case study of Achnanthidium delmontii ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS. 135: -