Miklós KERTÉSZ, PhD

GINOP Sustainable Ecosystems Group
senior research fellow
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.

Main profile in keywords: 
plant ecology, climate change, fire, ecosystem services, KISKUN LTER, international LTER
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.