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KÖTELEZŐ AFFILIÁCIÓ:
"MTA Centre for Ecological Research, GINOP Sustainable Ecosystems Group, 8237 Tihany, Klebelsberg Kuno u. 3." ... Többes affiliáció lehetséges.

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
Use of long‐term data to evaluate loss and endangerment status of Natura 2000 habitats ...
Biró, M., J. Bölöni, Z. Molnár (2017) Use of long‐term data to evaluate loss and endangerment status of Natura 2000 habitats and effects of protected areas. Conservation Biology 32(3): 660-671. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13038
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
Effect of landscape context on fish metacommunity structuring in stream networks
Erős, T. et al. ... (2017) Effect of landscape context on fish metacommunity structuring in stream networks. Freshwater Biology 62:215-228
Long-term effects of climate change on carbon storage and tree species composition in a dry deciduous forest
Fekete, I. ... G. Várbíró ... et al. (2017) Long-term effects of climate change on carbon storage and tree species composition in a dry deciduous forest. Global Change Biology 23(8): 3154–3168
Ecosystem services and disservices provided by small rodents in arable fields: Effects of local and landscape management
Fischer, C. ... P. Batáry (2017) Ecosystem services and disservices provided by small rodents in arable fields: Effects of local and landscape management. J Appl Ecol. 00:1–11. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13016
Stand structural drivers of microclimate in mature temperate mixed forests
Kovács, B. et al. ... (2017) Stand structural drivers of microclimate in mature temperate mixed forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 234:11-21
The role of annual periodic behavior of water quality parameters in primary production: chlorophyll-a estimation
Kovács, J. ... G. Várbíró ... et al. (2017) The role of annual periodic behavior of water quality parameters in primary production: chlorophyll-a estimation. Ecological Indicators 78: 311-321
Ecological intensification to mitigate impacts of conventional intensive land use on pollinators and pollination
Kovács-Hostyánszky, A. et al. ... (2017) Ecological intensification to mitigate impacts of conventional intensive land use on pollinators and pollination. Ecology Letters 20:673-689
Grassland management in agricultural vs. forested landscapes drives butterfly and bird diversity
Lunja M. Ernst, T. Tscharntke, P. Batáry (2017) Grassland management in agricultural vs. forested landscapes drives butterfly and bird diversity. Biological Conservation 216: 51-59
Mayfly and fish species identification and sex determination in bleak (Alburnus alburnus) by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry
Maasz, G, P Takács, P Boda, G Varbiro & Z Pirger (2017) Mayfly and fish species identification and sex determination in bleak (Alburnus alburnus) by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry . Science of The Total Environment 601-602: 317-325.
Biodiversity on the waves of history: conservation in a changing social and institutional environment in Hungary, a post-soviet EU member state
Mihók, B. et al. ... (2017) Biodiversity on the waves of history: conservation in a changing social and institutional environment in Hungary, a post-soviet EU member state. Biological Conservation 211: 67-75
Influence of environmental factors and individual traits on the diet of non-native hybrid bigheaded carp ...
Mozsár, A, A Specziár, I Battonyai, G Borics, J Görgényi, H Horváth, M Présing, L G-Tóth, Z Vitál & G Boros (2017) Influence of environmental factors and individual traits on the diet of non-native hybrid bigheaded carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix × H. nobilis) in Lake Balaton. Hydrobiologia 794: 317-332
Octospora erzbergeri (Pyronemataceae), a bryophilous Ascomycete in Hungary
Németh, Cs. (2017) Octospora erzbergeri (Pyronemataceae), a bryophilous Ascomycete in Hungary. Acta Botanica Hungarica 45(1):105-123
Estimating aboveground herbaceous plant biomass via proxies: The confounding effects of sampling year and precipitation
Ónodi, G. et al. ... (2017) Estimating aboveground herbaceous plant biomass via proxies: The confounding effects of sampling year and precipitation. Ecological Indicators 79:355-360
Comparing the accuracy of three non-destructive methods in estimating aboveground plant biomass
Ónodi, G. et al. ... (2017) Comparing the accuracy of three non-destructive methods in estimating aboveground plant biomass. Community Ecology 18(1):56-62
On the operative use of community overlap in analyzing incidence data
Schmera, D (2017) On the operative use of community overlap in analyzing incidence data. Community Ecology 18(1): 117-119
Implementation and application of multiple potential natural vegetation models – a case study of Hungary
Somodi, I. et al. ... (2017) Implementation and application of multiple potential natural vegetation models – a case study of Hungary. Journal of Vegetation Science, in press, available on-line
Prevalence dependence in model goodness measures with special emphasis on true skill statistics
Somodi, I., N. Lepesi, Z. Botta-Dukát (2017) Prevalence dependence in model goodness measures with special emphasis on true skill statistics. Ecology and Evolution 7(3): 863-872
Biodiversity and Conservation
Táborská, M. ... P. Ódor (2017) Wood-inhabiting bryophyte communities are influenced by different management intensities in the past. Biodiversity and Conservation 26: 2893-2909
Limnological changes in South Carpathian glacier-formed lakes (Retezat Mountains, Romania) during the Late Glacial and the Holocene: a synthesis
Tóth, M. et al. ... (2017) Limnological changes in South Carpathian glacier-formed lakes (Retezat Mountains, Romania) during the Late Glacial and the Holocene: a synthesis. Quaternary International, In press, available on-line

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