András BÁLDI, DSc, member of the Academia Europaea

GINOP Sustainable Ecosystems Group
team leader, scientific advisor
IEB Department of Terrestrial Ecology
baldi.andras [at] okologia.mta.hu
+36 28 360-122, 360-147 / 111
Brief description of the main scopes: 

My main research interest is to understand and maintain patterns and processes of biological diversity; recently the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem services are in my focus, mainly - but not exclusively - pollination conservation biological control and soil decomposition.

Main profile in keywords: 
biodiversity and ecosystem services, conservation biology, IPBES
Selected publications:

2020

Ekroos, Johan ; Kleijn, David ; Batáry, Péter ; Albrecht, Matthias ; Báldi, András ; Blüthgen, Nico ; Knop, Eva ; Kovács-Hostyánszki, Anikó ; Smith, Henrik G (2020): High land-use intensity in grasslands constrains wild bee species richness in Europe BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION 241 p. & Paper: 108255

2017

Mihók B, Biró M, Molnár Zs, Kovács E, Bölöni J, Erős T, Standovár T, Török P, Csorba G, Margóczi K, Báldi A (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

2016

Kovács-Hostyánszki, A., Földesi, R., Mózes, E., Szirák, A., Fischer, J., Hanspach, J., Báldi, A. (2016): Conservation of pollinators in traditional agricultural landscapes – New challenges in Transylvania (Romania) posed by EU accession and recommendations for future research. Plos One 11(6): e0151650

2014

Bereczki, K., Ódor, P., Csóka, Gy., Mag, Zs., Báldi, A. (2014): Effects of forest heterogeneity on the efficiency of caterpillar control service provided by birds in temperate oak forests. Forest Ecology and Management 327: 96-105.

2013

Báldi András, Batáry Péter, Kleijn David (2013): Effects of grazing and biogeographic regions on grassland biodiversity in Hungary - analysing assemblages of 1200 species Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 166: 28-34.