Study of the structure, biological functions and long-term changes of aquatic, wetland and grassland ecosystems and their communities (mainly waterbirds), with particular regard to the effects of climate change, land use, water use, river management, agriculture, and other human activities. The scientific basis for activities to restore wetlands, wetlands, and habitats. His main task is to conduct and organize national and international limnological research on soda-saline waters and shallow lakes, with particular regard to the abiotic character, nutrient cycles, and trophic relationships, as well as the ecological role of animal communities (especially waterfowl).
Emil BOROS PhD
GINOP Sustainable Ecosystems Group
head of department, research associate professor
DRI Department of Animal Ecology
drborose [at] gmail.com
+36 87 448 244/ 126; 1 279 31 00/102
Brief description of the main scopes:
Main profile in keywords:
waterbirds, limnology, wetland ecology, nature conservation
Boros Emil, Marina Kolpakova (2018): A review of the defining chemical properties of soda lakes and pans: An assessment on a large geographic scale of Eurasian inland saline surface waters PLOS ONE 13:(8) Paper e0202205.
Boros E, Jurecska L, Tatár E, Vörös L, Kolpakova M (2017): Chemical composition and trophic state of shallow saline steppe lakes in central Asia (North Kazakhstan) Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 189 (11): p. 546. 189 (11): p. 546-.
Boros E, V-Balogh K, Vörös L, Horváth Zs (2017): Multiple extreme environmental conditions of intermittent soda pans in the Carpathian Basin (Central Europe) Limnologica 62: pp. 38-46
Boros E, Pigniczki Cs, Sápi T, V.-Balogh K, Vörös L, Somogyi B (2016): Waterbird-mediated Productivity of Two Soda Pans in the Carpathian Basin in Central Europe Waterbirds 39(4): pp. 388-401.
Boros E, Ecsedi Z, Oláh J (eds) (2013): Ecology and Management of Soda Pans in the Carpathian Basin Hortobágy Environmental Association, Balmazújváros. p. 551 (ISBN: 9789630894715 OSZK)