Emil BOROS PhD

GINOP Sustainable Ecosystems Group
BLI General Limnology Research Team
BLI Nutrient Cycling Research Group
head of department, research associate professor
DRI Department of Animal Ecology
boros.emil [at] okologia.mta.hu
+36 87 448 244/ 126; 1 279 31 00/102
Brief description of the main scopes: 

My special scientific fields are waterbirds and limnology, especially regard to migration, nutrient cycling and trophic web relationships. I am extensively investigating the physical, chemical conditions, phytoplankton, mesozooplankton, macroinvertebrates and waterbird communities of the Eurasian salt and soda lakes/wetlands. I also have nature conservation practices in management and restoration of lakes, wetlands, grasslands as well as bird protection. I had worked at the Kiskunság National Park (Hungary) and the Birdlife Hungary Society both of more than 16 years.

Main profile in keywords: 
waterbirds, limnology, nature conservation
Selected publications:

2018

2017

Boros E, Jurecska L, Tatár E, Vörös L, Kolpakova M (2017): Chemical composition and trophic state of shallow saline steppe lakes in central Asia (North Kazakhstan) Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 189 (11): p. 546. 189 (11): p. 546-.

2014

Boros E., Zs. Horváth, G. Wolfram & L. Vörös (2014): Salinity and ionic composition of the shallow astatic soda pans in the Carpathian Basin Annales de Limnologie - International Journal of Limnology 50: pp. 59–69.

2013

Boros E., Z. Ecsedi & J. Oláh, (ed.) (2013): Ecology and Management of Soda Pans in the Carpathian Basin Hortobágy Environmental Association, Balmazújváros, p. 551.

2008

Boros E., L. Forró, G. Gere, O. Kiss, L. Vörös, & S. †Andrikovics (2008): The role of aquatic birds in the regulation of trophic relationships of continental soda pans in Hungary Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 54 (Suppl. 1): pp. 189–206.