Csaba Sipkay

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Recently, major advances in the climate–zooplankton interface have been made some of which appeared to receive much attention in a broader audience of ecologists as well. In contrast to the marine realm, however, we still lack a more holistic summary of recent knowledge in freshwater. We discuss climate change-related variation in physical and biological(More)
The aim of this study was to reveal the spatial and temporal variation in biomass, density, and size structure of the invasive clam, Corbicula fluminea in the Danube River catchment and to explore the environmental factors determining these patterns. Samples were taken seasonally during the years 2007 and 2008 at 15 sites located along a river continuum(More)
Ecological models have often been used in order to answer questions that are in the limelight of recent researches such as the possible effects of climate change. The methodology of tactical models is a very useful tool comparison to those complex models requiring relatively large set of input parameters. In this study, a theoretical strategic model (TEGM)(More)
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