Zsuzsa TRÁBERT

assistant research fellow
DRI Department of Environmental Chemistry and Plant Ecology
trabert.zsuzsa [at] okologia.mta.hu
+36 1 2793100/143
Brief description of the main scopes: 

Investigation of the connection between biotic (benthic diatom species and traits) and abiotic (physical, chemical and hydromorphological) environmental factors in large river:

1) Effect of a big city on the periphytic diatom assemblages in the Danube River.

2) Investigation of periphytic diatom assemblages in the whole Hungarian stretch of the Danube River, firstly regarding the influence of hydromorphological (bed material) differences.

Main profile in keywords: 
benthic diatoms, large river, environmental factors
Selected publications:

2019

Zsuzsa Trábert, Krisztina Buczkó, Gábor Borics, Marija Gligora Udovič, Balasubramanian Karthick, Luc Ector, Angéla Földi, Keve T. Kiss and Éva Ács (2019): Biogeography and morphology of a poorly known diatom Dorofeyukea rostellata (Hustedt) Kulikovskiy & Kociolek Limnetica (38(2): xxx-xxx.

2018

Angéla Földi, Éva Ács , István Grigorszky, Luc Ector, Carlos Eduardo Wetzel, Gábor Várbíró, Keve Tihamér Kiss, Péter Dobosy, Zsuzsa Trábert, Andrea K. Borsodi, Mónika Duleba (2018): Unexpected consequences of bombing. Community level response of epiphytic diatoms to environmental stress in a saline bomb crater pond area

2017

ÁCS Éva, ANGÉLA FÖLDI, CARLOS E. WETZEL, CSABA F. VAD, KEVE T. KISS, PÉTER DOBOSY, ZSUZSA TRÁBERT, ISTVÁN GRIGORSZKY, ATTILA ENGLONER & LUC ECTOR (2017): Nitzschia austriaca Hustedt: a characteristic diatom of Hungarian inland saline waters including a morphological comparison with the type material Phytotaxa 308 (1): 054–065.
Ács, É;. Wetzel, C. E.; Buczkó, K.; Kiss, K. T.; Nagy, K.; Trábert Zs.; Földi, A..; Pozderka, V..; Werner, P.; Heudre, D. & Luc Ector, L (2017): Biogeography and morphology of a poorly known Sellaphora species Fottea, Olomouc, 17(1): 57–64
Zsuzsa Trábert, Keve Tihamér Kiss, Gábor Várbíró, Péter Dobosy, István Grigorszky, Éva Ács (2017): Comparison of the utility of a frequently used diatom index (IPS) and the diatom ecological guilds in the ecological status assessment of large rivers