Miklós KERTÉSZ

GINOP Sustainable Ecosystems Group
research associate professor
IEB Department of Terrestrial Ecology
kertesz.miklos [at] okologia.mta.hu
+36 28 360-122, 360-147 / 159
Brief description of the main scopes: 

National co-ordinator of the Hungarian Long-Term Ecological Research Network (LTER-Hungary)
Co-ordinator of KISKUN LTER
Member of the Alter-NET Network Counsil
In the LTER Europe, he participate in constructing restricted vocabulary for the ecosystem research community
He conducts field work in the Kiskunság Sand Ridge region.

Selected publications:

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.

2015

Kelemen Eszter, Lazányi Orsolya, Arany Ildikó, Aszalós Réka, Bela Györgyi, Czúcz Bálint, Kalóczkai Ágnes, Kertész Miklós, Megyesi Boldizsár és Pataki György (2015): Ökoszisztéma szolgáltatásokról a kiskunsági Homokhátság társadalmának szemszögéből TERMÉSZETVÉDELMI KÖZLEMÉNYEK 21: pp. 116-129. (2015)

2014

Czúcz B, Arany I, Kertész M, Horváth F, Báldi A, Zlinszky A, Aszalós (2014): The relevance of habitat quality for biodiversity and ecosystem service policies Vienna University of Technology, 2014. pp. 18-24.
Czúcz B, Arany I, Kertész M, Horváth F, Báldi A, Zlinszky A, Aszalós (2014): The relevance of habitat quality for biodiversity and ecosystem service policies Vienna University of Technology, 2014. pp. 18-24.
Ónodi G, Altbäcker V, Aszalós R, Botta-Dukát Z, Hahn I, Kertész M (2014): Long-term weather sensitivity of open sand grasslands of the Kiskunság Sand Ridge forest-steppe mosaic after wildfires COMMUNITY ECOLOGY 15 (1): 121-129.