Kiemelt publikációk

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2012

Somodi Imelda, Andraž Čarni, Daniela Ribeiro, Tomaž Podobnikar (2012): Recognition of the invasive species Robinia pseudacacia from combined remote sensing and GIS sources Biological Conservation 150 (1): pp. 59-67. (2012) Tovább ››

2011

Czúcz Bálint, Csecserits Anikó, Botta-Dukát Zoltán, Kröel-Dulay György, Szabó Rebeka, Horváth Ferenc, Molnár Zsolt (2011): An indicator framework for the climatic adaptive capacity of natural ecosystems Journal of Vegetation Science 22(4): 711-725. Tovább ››
Erős, T, Schmera, D, Schick, RS (2011): Network thinking in riverscape conservation – a graph-based approach. Biological Conservation 144: 184-192. Tovább ››
Horváth G, Móra A, Bernáth B, Kriska Gy. (2011): Polarotaxis in non-biting midges: female chironomids are attracted to horizontally polarized light. Physiology and Behavior 104: pp. 1010-1015. + cover picture Tovább ››

2009

Horváth G, Kriska Gy, Malik P, Robertson B. (2009): Polarized Light Pollution: A New Kind of Ecological Photopollution. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(6): pp. 317–325. Tovább ››

2008

Kriska Gy, Malik P, Szivák I, Horváth G. (2008): Glass buildings on river banks as 'polarized light traps' for mass–swarming polarotactic caddis flies. Naturwissenschaften 95: pp. 461–467. Tovább ››
Szabó K É, Makk J, Kiss Keve Tihamér, Ács Éva, Eiler A, Tóth B, Kiss Á K, Bertilsson S (2008): Sequential colonization of river periphyton analysed by microscopy and molecular fingerprinting. Freshwater Biology 53(7): pp. 1359-1371. Tovább ››

2006

Csabai Z, Boda P, Bernáth B, Kriska Gy, Horváth G. (2006): A ‘polarisation sun–dial’ dictates the optimal time of day for dispersal by flying aquatic insects. Freshwater Biology 51: pp. 1341–1350. Tovább ››

2005

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