Gábor ÓNODI, PhD

IEB Department of Terrestrial Ecology
onodi.gabor [at] ecolres.hu
+36 28 360-122 / 159
Brief description of the main scopes: 

Research topics:
(a) wildfire effects on vegetation composition in sand forest-steppe habitats (Kiskunság);
(b) drought effects on primary production and vegetation composition of open sand grasslands;
(c) disturbance effects on the productivity-species richness relationship.

Main profile in keywords: 
sand forest-steppe habitat, wildfire effects, drought effects, disturbance effects, primary production
Selected publications:

2021

Ónodi Gábor; Kertész Miklós; Lengyel Attila; Pándi Ildikó; Somay László ; Szitár Katalin; Kröel‐Dulay György (2021): The effects of woody plant encroachment and wildfire on plant species richness and composition: Temporal changes in a forest–steppe mosaic Applied Vegetation Science 2020 Early view

2018

Ónodi G; Botta-Dukát Z; Kröel-Dulay Gy; Lellei-Kovács ; Kertész M (2018): Reduction in primary production followed by rapid recovery of plant biomass in response to repeated mid-season droughts in a semiarid shrubland PLANT ECOLOGY 219(5): pp. 517-526.

2017

Ónodi G, Kertész M, Kovács-Láng E, Ódor P, Botta-Dukát Z, Lhotsky B, Barabás S, Mojzes A, Kröel-Dulay G (2017): Estimating aboveground herbaceous plant biomass via proxies: The confounding effects of sampling year and precipitation Ecological Indicators 79:355-360
Ónodi G; Kröel-Dulay G; Kovács-Láng E; Ódor P; Botta-Dukát Z; Lhotsky B; Barabás S;Garadnai J; Kertész M (2017): Comparing the accuracy of three non-destructive methods in estimating aboveground plant biomass COMMUNITY ECOLOGY 18(1): pp. 56-62.