Bence KOVÁCS

assistant research fellow
IEB Department of Terrestrial Ecology
kovacs.bence [at] okologia.mta.hu
+36 28 360-122, 360-147 / 147
Brief description of the main scopes: 

Effects of stand structure and forest management on forest microclimate.
Biodiversity consequences of forest management.
Effects of land-use history on forest biodiversity.
GIS application in ecological researches.

Main profile in keywords: 
forest ecology, forest biodiversity, microclimate, deadwood, GIS
Selected publications:

2018

Elek, Z., Kovács, B., Aszalós, R., Boros, G., Samu, F., Tinya, F., Ódor, P. (2018): Taxon-specific responses to different forestry treatments in a temperate forest. Scientific Reports 8, 16990.
Kovács, B., Tinya, F., Guba, E., Németh, Cs., Sass, V., Bidló, A., Ódor, P. (2018): The short-term effects of experimental forestry treatments on site conditions in an oak–hornbeam forest. Forests 9: 406

2017

Kovács, B., Tinya, F., Ódor, P. (2017): Stand structural drivers of microclimate in mature temperate mixed forests Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 234–235: pp. 11–21.

2016

Lhotsky B, Kovács B, Ónodi G, Csecserits A, Rédei T, Lengyel A, Kertész M, Botta-Dukát Z (2016): Changes in assembly rules along a stress gradient from open dry grasslands to wetlands Journal of Ecology 104(2): 507-517.
Standovár, T., Szmorad, F., Kovács, B., Kelemen, K., Lattner, M., Roth, T., Pataki, Zs. (2016): A novel forest state assessment methodology to support conservation and forest management planning Community Ecology 17 (2): pp. 167-177