Selected publications of the project

Selected publications produced by the project

Livinʼ on the edge: The importance of adjacent intermittent habitats in maintaining macroinvertebrate diversity of permanent freshwater marsh systems
Boda, P, A Móra, G Várbíró, Z Csabai (2018) Livinʼ on the edge: The importance of adjacent intermittent habitats in maintaining macroinvertebrate diversity of permanent freshwater marsh systems. Inland Waters, DOI: 10.1080/20442041.2018.1461969
A review of the defining chemical properties of soda lakes and pans ...
Boros, E & M Kolpakova (2018) A review of the defining chemical properties of soda lakes and pans: An assessment on a large geographic scale of Eurasian inland saline surface waters. PLoS ONE 13(8): e0202205. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0202205
Temporal and spatial dynamics in aquatic macroinvertebrate communities along a small urban stream
Bozóki, T, E Krasznai-Kun, A Csercsa, G Várbíró & P Boda (2018) Temporal and spatial dynamics in aquatic macroinvertebrate communities along a small urban stream. Environmental Earth Sciences 77: 559
Taxon-specific responses to different forestry treatments in a temperate forest
Elek, Z., Kovács, B., Aszalós, R. et al. (2018) Taxon-specific responses to different forestry treatments in a temperate forest. Sci Rep 8, 16990
A unified model for optimizing riverscape conservation
Erős, T JR O’Hanley & I Czeglédi (2018) A unified model for optimizing riverscape conservation. Journal of Applied Ecology 55(4): 1871-1883.
Evaluating and benchmarking biodiversity monitoring: Metadata-based indicators for sampling design, sampling effort and data analysis
Lengyel, Sz, B Kosztyi, DS Schmeller, P-Y Henry, M Kotarac, Y-P Lin & K Henle (2018) Evaluating and benchmarking biodiversity monitoring: Metadata-based indicators for sampling design, sampling effort and data analysis. Ecological Indicators 85: 624-633
Colonisation processes in benthic algal communities are well reflected by functional groups
Lukács Á, Zs Kókai, P Török, I Bácsi, G Borics, G Várbíró, E T-Krasznai, B Tóthmérész & V B-Béres (2018) Colonisation processes in benthic algal communities are well reflected by functional groups. Hydrobiologia 1-15.
Timing of major forest compositional changes and tree expansions in the Retezat Mts during the last 16,000 years
Magyari, Enikő, Ildikó Vincze, Ildikó Orbán, Tamás Bíró & Ilona Pál (2018) Timing of major forest compositional changes and tree expansions in the Retezat Mts during the last 16,000 years. QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL 477: pp. 40-58.
Reed management influences philopatry to reed habitats in the Great Reed-Warbler (Acrocephalus arundinaceus)
Mérő, TO, A Žuljević, K Varga & Sz Lengyel (2018) Reed management influences philopatry to reed habitats in the Great Reed-Warbler (Acrocephalus arundinaceus). Condor: Ornithological Applications 120: 94-105
Resisting annihilation: relationships between functional trait dissimilarity, assemblage competitive power and allelopath
Muhl, Rika MW, DL Roelke, T Zohary, M Moustaka‐Gouni, U Sommer, G Borics, U Gaedke, FG Withrow & J Bhattacharyya (2018) Resisting annihilation: relationships between functional trait dissimilarity, assemblage competitive power and allelopath. Ecology Letters 21(9): 1390-1400
Through the jungle of methods quantifying multiple-site resemblance
Schmera, D & J Podani (2018) Through the jungle of methods quantifying multiple-site resemblance. Ecological Informatics 44: 1–6
On the reliability of the Elements of Metacommunity Structure framework for separating idealized metacommunity patterns
Schmera, D, J Podani, Z Botta-Dukát & T Erős (2018) On the reliability of the Elements of Metacommunity Structure framework for separating idealized metacommunity patterns. Ecological Indicators 85: 853–860
Does isolation influence the relative role of environmental and dispersal-related processes in stream networks? An empirical test of the network position hypothesis using multiple taxa
Schmera, D. et al. ... (2018) Does isolation influence the relative role of environmental and dispersal-related processes in stream networks? An empirical test of the network position hypothesis using multiple taxa. Freshwater Biology 63: 74-85.
Environmental and spatial drivers of beta diversity components of chironomid metacommunities in contrasting freshwater systems
Specziár, A, D Árva, M Tóth, A Móra, D Schmera, G Várbíró & T Erős (2018) Environmental and spatial drivers of beta diversity components of chironomid metacommunities in contrasting freshwater systems. Hydrobiologia 819(1): 123–143.
Asclepias syriaca can have facilitative effects on native grass establishment ...
Szitár, K, Gy Kröel-Dulay & K Török (2018) Invasive Asclepias syriaca can have facilitative effects on native grass establishment in a water‐stressed ecosystem. Applied Vegetation Science. doi: 10.1111/avsc.12397
How length of light exposure shapes the development of riverine algal biomass in temperate rivers?
Várbíró G, J Padisák, Z Nagy-László, A Abonyi, I Stanković, M Gligora Udovič, V B-Béres & G Borics (2018) How length of light exposure shapes the development of riverine algal biomass in temperate rivers? . Hydrobiologia 809: 53–63.
Enhanced ecological indication based on combined planktic and benthic functional approaches in large river phytoplankton ecology
Wang, C, V B-Béres, C Stenger-Kovács, X Li & A Abonyi (2018) Enhanced ecological indication based on combined planktic and benthic functional approaches in large river phytoplankton ecology. Hydrobiologia 818(1): 163-175
Ács, É. et al. ... (2017) Biogeography and morphology of a poorly known S e l l a p h o r a species. FOTTEA, Olomouc 17(1):57-64
Nitzschia austriaca Hustedt: a characteristic diatom of Hungarian inland saline waters including a morphological comparison with the type material
Ács, É. et al. ... (2017) Nitzschia austriaca Hustedt: a characteristic diatom of Hungarian inland saline waters including a morphological comparison with the type material. Phytotaxa 308(1):054-065
Ecological background of diatom functional groups: Comparability of classification systems
B-Béres, V , P Török, Zs Kókai, Á Lukács, E T-Krasznai, B Tóthmérész & I Bácsi (2017) Ecological background of diatom functional groups: Comparability of classification systems. Ecological Indicators 82: 183-188.
Ecological background of diatom functional groups: Comparability of classification systems
B-Béres, V. et al. ... (2017) Ecological background of diatom functional groups: Comparability of classification systems. Ecological Indicators 82:183-188
Non-linearities in bird responses across urbanisation gradients: a meta-analysis
Batáry, P. et al. (2017) Non-linearities in bird responses across urbanisation gradients: a meta-analysis. Glob Change Biol. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1111/gcb.13964
Phytoplankton of rhithral rivers: Its origin, diversity and possible use for quality-assessment
Bolgovics, Á. et al. ... (2017) Phytoplankton of rhithral rivers: Its origin, diversity and possible use for quality-assessment. Ecological Indicators 81:587-596
Quantity and dynamics of dead wood in managed and unmanaged dry-mesic oak forests in the Hungarian Carpathians
Bölöni, J. et al. ... (2017) Quantity and dynamics of dead wood in managed and unmanaged dry-mesic oak forests in the Hungarian Carpathians. Forest Ecology and Management 399:120-131
Scaling fish metacommunities in stream networks: synthesis and future research avenues
Erős, T. (2017) Scaling fish metacommunities in stream networks: synthesis and future research avenues. Community Ecology 18(1):72-86

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