Levente Hufnagel

Csaba Sipkay2
Csaba Vadadi-Fülöp2
Réka Homoródi1
Gergely Mészáros1
2Csaba Sipkay
2Csaba Vadadi-Fülöp
1Réka Homoródi
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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)
Our knowledge of the assembly processes of species-rich oribatid mite communities is fairly limited. Also, very little information is available on the effects of habitat factors on these processes. In this paper, the role of litter quality in pattern formation was investigated in a microcosm experiment using the “home-field advantage” approach. Native(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)
Several indicators have been available for evaluating the coenological-ecological status of habitats. Of these, functions that are simple to use in a standardized way are of great importance in environmental biology. One such method involves listing the genera occurring in a given habitat with large abundance and species richness. In our study, the(More)
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