Researchers

Namesort ascending Research Topic
Imelda SOMODI, Phd
senior research fellow
Potential Natural Vegetation (PNV); Predictive vegetation models; Long-term vegetation dynamics
Zoltán SOLTÉSZ, PhD
assistant research fellow
ecosystem services, Diptera, pollination, biological controll
Péter SÁLY, PhD
research fellow
Riho MARJA, PhD
research fellow
agri-environmental schemes, farmland biodiversity, ecosystem services, landscape structure, land-use intensity, meta-analysis.
Tamás RÉDEI, PhD
research fellow
dry grasslands, assambly rules, succession
Zoltán RÁDAI, PhD
assistant research fellow
life history evolution, ecophysiology, behavioural ecology, physiological costs of alternative life history strategies
Imre Sándor PIROSS
assistant research fellow
Community ecology, parasitology, network biology, ecosystem services, conservation
Raoul PELLATON
assistant research fellow
cultural ecosystem services, pollination
Gábor ÓNODI (woodpecker research)
woodpeckers, forest bird species, habitat use, riparian forests, invasive tree species, conservation biology
Gábor ÓNODI, PhD
research fellow
sand forest-steppe habitat, wildfire effects, drought effects, disturbance effects, primary production
Kinga ÖLLERER, PhD
research fellow
wood-pasture, grazing, land-use history, traditional land use practices, traditional ecological knowledge, biodiversity
Péter ÓDOR, DSc
head of department
scientific advisor
forest ecology, bryophyte ecology, forest biodiversity, vegetation dynamics, dead wood
Csaba NÉMETH, PhD
engineer
field survey, LIFE 4 Oak Forests project, Sorbus taxonomy, bryomycology
Gergely NAGY
assistant research fellow
collared flycatcher, behavioural variance, bird song
Zsolt MOLNÁR, DSc
team leader
scientific advisor
Ethnogeobotany, ethnoecology, traditional ecological knowledge related to vegetation and habitats - Actual vegetation mapping of the territory of Hungary (MÉTA) - Historical landscape ecology
Andrea MOJZES, PhD
research fellow
climate change, drought, grasslands, plant traits, phenotypic plasticity
Katalin MÁZSA, PhD
scientific manager
science manegement and communication, monitoring of seminatural forests, Science for Carpathians (S4C)
Gergely LUNK
plant collection curator
ex-situ conservation, rock garden,perennial and bulbous plants, protected and endangered plant species, National Botanical Garden

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