DKI válogatott közlemények (2010 - 2015)

2010

Bolla B, Borics G, Kiss K T, Reskóné Nagy M, Várbíró G, Ács É: Recommendations for ecological status assessment of lake Balaton (largest shallow lake of central Europe), based on benthic diatom communities. VIE ET MILIEU-LIFE AND ENVIRONMENT 60:(3) pp. 197-208. (2010)

Kozubikova E, Puky M, Kiszely P & Petrusek A: Crayfish plague pathogen in invasive North American crayfish species in Hungary. J Fish Dis, 33(11): 925-929 (2010)

Schöll K: Spatial and temporal diversity patterns of planktonic rotifer assemblages in water bodies of the Floodplain Gemenc (Duna-Dráva National Park, Hungary). Int Rev Hydrobiol, 95(6): 450–460 (2010)

Sipkay Cs, Drégelyi-Kiss Á, Horváth L, Garamvölgyi Á, Kiss K T & Hufnagel L: Community ecological effects of climate change. In Simard SW & Austin ME (eds.) Climate Change and Variability, Sciyo, p. 139-162. ISBN: 978-953-307-144-2

Szabó KÉ, Kiss KT, Logares R, Eiler A, Ács É, Tóth B, Bertilsson S: Composition and dynamics of microeukaryote communities in the River Danube. Fottea, 10: 99-113 (2010)

2011
Bódis E; Nosek J; Oertel N; Tóth B; Hornung E; Sousa R. Spatial distribution of bivalves in relation to environmental conditions (Middle Danube catchment, Hungary). Community Ecology 12: (2) pp. 210-219. (2011)

Borics, G., Abonyi, A., Krasznai, E., Várbíró, G., Grigorszky, I., Szabó, S., Deák, C. and Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Small-scale patchiness of the phytoplankton in a lentic oxbow. Journal of Plankton Research, p.166.

Borza P. Revision of invasion history, distributional patterns, and new records of Corophiidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in Hungary. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 57: (1) pp. 75-84. (2011)

Engloner AI, Major Á: Clonal diversity of Phragmites australis propagating along water depth gradient. AQUATIC BOTANY 94:(4) pp. 172-176. (2011)

Schöll K; Szövényi G. Planktonic rotifer assemblages of the Danube River at Budapest after the red sludge pollution in Hungary. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 87: pp. 124-128. (2011) DOI: 10.1007/s00128-011-0331-y.

Solak CN, Ács É: Water Quality Monitoring in European and Turkish Rivers Using Diatoms. TURKISH JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES 11:(1-2) pp. 329-337. (2011)

2012

Egri Á, Blahó M, Kriska Gy, Farkas R, Gyurkovszky M, Åkesson S, Horváth G. Polarotactic tabanids find striped patterns with brightness and/or polarization modulation least attractive: An advantage of zebra stripes. Journal of Experimental Biology 215: 736-745 (2012)

Engloner, A.I. Alternative ways to use and evaluate Kohler’s ordinal scale to assess aquatic macrophyte abundance. Ecological Indicators, 20: 238–243 (2012)

Horváth G, Farkas E, Boncz I., Blahó M, Kriska G. Were cavemen better at representing realism of walking quadrupeds than modern artists? Erroneous walking illustrations in the finearts from prehistory to today. Public Library of Science ONE (PLoS ONE) 7(12): e49786. (2012)

Kiss K. T, Klee R, Ector L, Ács É. Centric diatoms of large rivers and tributaries in Hungary: morphology and biogeographic distribution. ACTA BOTANICA CROATICA 71: 1-53. (2012)

Schöll K, Kiss A, Dinka M, Berczik Á. Flood-Pulse Effects on Zooplankton Assemblages in a River-Floodplain System (Gemenc Floodplain of the Danube, Hungary) INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY 97: 41-54. (2012)

Várbíró G, Borics G, Csányi B, Fehér G, Grigorszky I, Kiss KT, Tóth A, Ács É. Improvement of the ecological water qualification system of rivers based on first results of the Hungarian phytobenthos surveillance monitoring. HYDROBIOLOGIA 695: pp. 125-135. (2012)

2013

Borics G, Várbíró G, Padisák J.: Disturbance and stress - different meanings in ecological dynamics? HYDROBIOLOGIA 711: pp. 1-7. (2013)

Borza Péter, Boda Pál: Range expansion of Ponto-Caspian mysids (Mysida, Mysidae) in the River Tisza: first record of Paramysis lacustris (Czerniavsky, 1882) for Hungary. CRUSTACEANA 86:(11) pp. 1316-1327. (2013)

Engloner A, Szalma E, Sipos K, Dinka M: Occurrence and habitat preference of aquatic macrophytes in a large river channel. COMMUNITY ECOLOGY 14: pp. 243-248. (2013)

Gaebele T, Potyó I, Weiperth A, Guti G, Puky M: Abundant prey or optimal microhabitat? Natrix tessellata stays hidden in safe areas in a diverse floodplain along the Danube at Göd, Hungary. North-Western J. of Zoology 9:(2) pp. 374-382. (2013)

Kiss Keve T, Genkal Sergei I, Ector Luc, Molnár Levente, Duleba Mónika, Bíró Péter, Ács Éva: Morphology, taxonomy and distribution of Stephanodiscus triporus (Bacillariophyceae) and related taxa. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY 48:(4) pp. 363-379. (2013)

Kriska György: Freshwater Invertebrates in Central Europe: A Field Guide. Wien: Springer Science+Business Media, 2013. 411 p. (ISBN:978-3-7091-1546-6)

Lukács BA, Sramkó G, Molnár VA: Plant diversity and conservation value of continental temporary pools. Biol. Conservation 158: pp. 393-400. (2013)

Specziár A, György ÁI, Erős T: Within-lake distribution patterns of fish assemblages: the relative roles of spatial, temporal and random environmental factors in assessing fish assemblages using gillnets in a large and shallow temperate lake. J. of fish Biol. 82:(3) pp. 840-855. (2013)

2014
Abonyi A., Leitao M., Stankovic I., Borics G., Varbiro G., Padisak J.: A large river (River Loire, France) survey to compare phytoplankton functional approaches: Do they display river zones in similar ways? ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS 46 (2014) 11-22.

Boda P, Horváth G, Kriska Gy, Blahó M, Csabai Z: Phototaxis and polarotaxis hand in hand: night dispersal flight of aquatic insects distracted synergistically by light intensity and reflection polarization. Naturwissenschaften 101(5): 385-395. (2014)

Bódis E., Tóth B., Sousa R.: Impacts of Dreissena fouling on the physiological condition of native and non-native bivalves: interspecific and temporal variations. Biological Invasions 16 (2014) 1373-1386.

Bódis E, Tóth B, Sousa R: Massive mortality of invasive bivalves as a potential resource subsidy for the adjacent terrestrial food web. Hydrobiologia 735 (2014) 253-262.

Bódis E., Tóth B., Szekeres J., Borza P., Sousa R.: Empty native and invasive bivalve shells as benthic habitat modifiers in a large river. Limnologica 49 (2014) 1-9.

Borics G, Görgényi J, Grigorszky I, László-Nagy Z, Tóthmérész B, Krasznai E, Várbíró G The role of phytoplankton diversity metrics in shallow lake and river quality assessment. ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS 45: pp. 28-36. (2014)

Borics G., Lukács B. A., Grigorszky I., László-Nagy Z., G-Tóth L., Bolgovics Á., Szabó S., Görgényi J., Várbíró G.: Phytoplankton-based shallow lake types in the Carpathian basin: steps towards a bottom-up typology. FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED LIMNOLOGY 184 (1) (2014) 23-34.

Borza P.: Life history of invasive Ponto-Caspian mysids (Crustacea: Mysida): A comparative study. Limnologica 44 (2014) 9-17.

Duleba Mónika, Ector Luc, Horváth Zsófia, Kiss Keve Tihamér, Molnár Levente Farkas, Pohner Zsuzsanna, Szilágyi Zsuzsa, Tóth Bence, Vad Csaba Ferenc, Várbíró Gábor, Ács Éva: Biogeography and phylogenetic position of a warm-stenotherm centric diatom, Skeletonema potamos (C.I. Weber) Hasle and its long-term dynamics in the River Danube. Protist 165:(5) pp. 715-729. (2014)

Kelly M., Urbanic G., Ács E., Bennion H., Bertrin V., Burgess A., Denys L., Gottschalk Steffi, K. M., Karjalainen S. M., Kennedy B., Kosi G., Marchetto A., Morin S., Picinska Fałtynowicz J., Poikane S., Rosebery J., Schoenfelder I., Schoenfelder J., Várbiro G.: Comparing aspirations: intercalibration of ecological status concepts across European lakes for littoral diatoms. HYDROBIOLOGIA 734 (2014) 125-141.

Markovic D, Carrizo S, Freyhof J, Cid N, Lengyel Sz, Scholz M, Kasperidus H, Darwall W. 2014. Europe’s freshwater biodiversity under climate change: distribution shifts and conservation needs. Diversity and Distributions 20: 1097-1107. DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12232

Szalóky Z, György ÁI, Tóth B, Sevcsik A, Specziár A, Csányi B, Szekeres J, Erős T: Application of an electrified benthic frame trawl for sampling fish in a very large European river (the Danube River) – Is offshore monitoring necessary? FISHERIES RESEARCH 151: pp. 12-19. (2014)

2015

Borics G, Abonyi A, Várbíró G, Padisák J, T-Krasznai E 2015: Lake stratification in the Carpathian basin and its interesting biological consequences. INLAND WATERS 5:(2) pp. 173-186.

Borza Péter, Csányi Béla, Huber Thomas, Leitner Patrick, Paunović Momir, Remund Nadine, Szekeres József, Graf Wolfram. 2015. Longitudinal distributional patterns of Peracarida (Crustacea, Malacostraca) in the River Danube. FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED LIMNOLOGY 187: 113-126.

Duleba M., Kiss Keve T., Földi A., Kovács J., Borojevic K. K., Molnár L. F., PlenkovicMoraj A., Pohner Zs., Solak C.N., Tóth B., Ács É.; Morphological and genetic variability of assemblages of Cyclotella ocellata Pantocsek/ C. comensis Grunow complex (Bacillariophyta, Thalassiosirales). Diatom Research, 30:(4) 283-306. (2015)

Engloner A. 2015. Proposal for estimating volume based relative abundance of aquatic macrophytes. Community Ecology, 16:33-38.

Lukács, B.A., Tóthmérész, B., Borics, G., Várbíró, G., Juhász, P., Kiss, B., Müller, Z., G-Tóth, L. & Erős, T. 2015. Macrophyte diversity of lakes in the Pannon Ecoregion (Hungary). LIMNOLOGICA 53: 74–83.

Mester B., Szalai M., Mérő T.O., Puky M., Lengyel Sz.; Spatiotemporally variable management by grazing and burning increases marsh diversity and benefits amphibians: A field experiment. Biological Conservation 192: 237-246. (2015)

Szalóky Z, Bammer V, György ÁI, Pehlivanov L, Schabuss M, Zornig H, Weiperth A, Erős T. 2015. Offshore distribution of invasive gobies (Pisces: Gobiidae) along the longitudinal profile of the Danube River. FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED LIMNOLOGY 187:(2) pp. 127-133.

Száz, D., G. Horváth, A. Barta, B. A. Robertson, A. Farkas, Á. Egri, N. Tarjányi, G. Rácz, Gy. Kriska Lamp-lit bridges as dual light-traps for the night -swarming mayfly, Ephoron virgo: Interaction of polarized and unpolarized light pollution. Plos One. 10:(3) Paper e0121194. 18 p. (2015)