Projects

running project

Safeguard (101003476) (2021 - 2025)
H2020 Safeguarding European wild pollinators, András BÁLDI, DSc, member of the Academia Europaea
SPRING (2021 - 2023)
Strengthening Pollinator Recovery through INdicators and monitorinG (SPRING), Anikó KOVÁCS-HOSTYÁNSZKI, PhD
(2020 - 2023)
Mosquitoes in double role: pollinators and virus vectors, Zoltán SOLTÉSZ, PhD
(2020 - 2024)
Implementation of an innovative surveillance system for invasive mosquitoes based on citizen science in Hungary with implications for research and practice, GARAMSZEGI, László Zsolt
1907562176 (2020 - 2023)
Invasive plant management of wetlands with Hungarian grey cattle and water buffalo grazing, Katalin SZITÁR, PhD
KKP 133839 (2020 - 2025)
Frontline research excellence: Biodiversity under agricultural and urbanization constrains (KKP 133839), Péter BATÁRY, DSc
OTKA 134329 (2020 - 2024)
Analysing spatial patterns of ecosystem services and condition under anthropogenic pressure and climate change, András BÁLDI, DSc, member of the Academia Europaea
SHOWCASE (2020 - 2025)
SHOWCASing synergies between agriculture, biodiversity and Ecosystem services to help farmers capitalising on native biodiversity, Péter BATÁRY, DSc
CA18201 (2019 - 2023)
COST Action An integrated approach to conservation of threatened plants for the 21st Century, Katalin SZITÁR, PhD
PPD 2141 MTA Premium Postdoctoral Research Programme (2019 - 2022)
Traditional land use practices and biodiversity – Forests and wood-pastures from the Carpathian Basin, and global assessment, Kinga ÖLLERER, PhD
129215 (2018 - 2022)
The bottom-up organisation of culture in bird song: individual characteristics, dyadic interactions and communication networks, GARAMSZEGI, László Zsolt
ED_18-1-2018-0003 (2116) (2018 - 2021)
IPBES 2.0: Facilitating Hungarian contribution to the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, András BÁLDI, DSc, member of the Academia Europaea
LP2018-1/2018 (2018 - 2023)
MTA ÖK Lendület 2018: Need of paradigm shift in nature conservation: considering the effect of landscape structure on biodiversity patterns and functions
NKFI K 129167 (2018 - 2022)
NKFI K 129167 - Tracing the Holocene distribution of beech and oak forests in the Carpathian Basin using standscale paleoecology (Dr. Magyari Enikő)
Super-G (2018 - 2022)
Developing SUstainable PERmanent Grassland systems and policies, András BÁLDI, DSc, member of the Academia Europaea

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