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Zlinszky András, Timár Gábor (2013): Historic maps as a data source for socio-hydrology: a case study of the Lake Balaton wetland system, Hungary Hydrology and Earth System Sciences., 17, 4589–4606 Tovább ››


Blahó M, Egri Á, Báhidszki L, Kriska Gy, Hegedüs R, Akesson S, Horváth G (2012): Spottier targets are less attractive to tabanid flies: on the tabanid-repellency of spotty fur patterns. Public Library of Science ONE (PLoS ONE) 7(8): pp. e41138. + supporting information Tovább ››
Kovács-Hostyánszki Anikó, Báldi András (2012): Set-aside fields in agri-environment schemes can replace the market-driven abolishment of fallows Biological Conservation, 152: pp. 196-203. Tovább ››
Molnár Zsolt (2012): Classification of pasture habitats by Hungarian herders in a steppe landscape (Hungary). Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 8:28. Tovább ››
Shapiro JT, Báldi András (2012): Lost locations and the (ir)repeatability of ecological studies Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 10: 235-236. Tovább ››
Somodi Imelda, Molnár Zsolt, Jörg Ewald (2012): Towards a more transparent use of the potential natural vegetation concept - an answer to Chiarucci et al. Journal of Vegetation Science 23: pp. 590-595. Tovább ››
Somodi Imelda, Andraž Čarni, Daniela Ribeiro, Tomaž Podobnikar (2012): Recognition of the invasive species Robinia pseudacacia from combined remote sensing and GIS sources Biological Conservation 150 (1): pp. 59-67. (2012) Tovább ››


Czúcz Bálint, Csecserits Anikó, Botta-Dukát Zoltán, Kröel-Dulay György, Szabó Rebeka, Horváth Ferenc, Molnár Zsolt (2011): An indicator framework for the climatic adaptive capacity of natural ecosystems Journal of Vegetation Science 22(4): 711-725. Tovább ››
Erős, T, Schmera, D, Schick, RS (2011): Network thinking in riverscape conservation – a graph-based approach. Biological Conservation 144: 184-192. Tovább ››
Horváth G, Móra A, Bernáth B, Kriska Gy. (2011): Polarotaxis in non-biting midges: female chironomids are attracted to horizontally polarized light. Physiology and Behavior 104: pp. 1010-1015. + cover picture Tovább ››


Horváth G, Blahó M, Egri Á, Kriska Gy, Seres I, Robertson B. (2010): Reducing the maladaptive attractiveness of solar panels to polarotactic insects. Conservation Biology 24: pp. 1644-1653. + electronic supplement Tovább ››
Podani J, Csányi B. (2010): Detecting indicator species: Some extensions of the IndVal measure. Ecological Indicators 10(6): pp. 1119-1124. Tovább ››


Horváth G, Kriska Gy, Malik P, Robertson B. (2009): Polarized Light Pollution: A New Kind of Ecological Photopollution. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(6): pp. 317–325. Tovább ››


Kriska Gy, Malik P, Szivák I, Horváth G. (2008): Glass buildings on river banks as 'polarized light traps' for mass–swarming polarotactic caddis flies. Naturwissenschaften 95: pp. 461–467. Tovább ››
Szabó K É, Makk J, Kiss Keve Tihamér, Ács Éva, Eiler A, Tóth B, Kiss Á K, Bertilsson S (2008): Sequential colonization of river periphyton analysed by microscopy and molecular fingerprinting. Freshwater Biology 53(7): pp. 1359-1371. Tovább ››


Csabai Z, Boda P, Bernáth B, Kriska Gy, Horváth G. (2006): A ‘polarisation sun–dial’ dictates the optimal time of day for dispersal by flying aquatic insects. Freshwater Biology 51: pp. 1341–1350. Tovább ››