IEB Department of Terrestrial Ecology
lakatos.tamas [at] ecolres.hu
Brief description of the main scopes: 

My research interests are environmental protection and landscape ecology. With social-ecological approach I study the human-nature relationship, interactions and possible scenarios, which contributes to the welfare of people with the help of natural capital. One of my research subjects were wood pastures as well as urban gardens and their ecology. I am passionate about further broadening my knowledge in the area of ecology and related disciplines.

Main profile in keywords: 
social-ecological approach, biodiversity, agroecology, sustainability, urbanisation, ornitology, habitat-fragmentation
Selected publications:


Kuli-Révész K., Korányi D., Lakatos T., Szabó Á.R., Batáry P., Gallé R. (2021): Smaller and isolated grassland fragments are exposed to stronger seed and insect predation in habitat edges Forests 12(1): 54.
Marcolin F., Lakatos T., Gallé R., Batáry P. (2021): Fragment connectivity shapes bird communities through functional trait filtering in two types of grasslands Global Ecology and Conservation 28: e01687