Kinga ÖLLERER, PhD

IEB Department of Terrestrial Ecology
ollerer.kinga [at] ecolres.hu
Brief description of the main scopes: 

My work involves research as part of the MTA Premium Postdoctoral research project entitled "Traditional land use practices and biodiversity – Forests and wood-pastures from the Carpathian Basin, and global assessment", and the study of relationships between traditional ecological knowledge and biodiversity in the framework of IPBES.

Publications can be accessed at ResearchGate.

Main profile in keywords: 
wood-pasture, grazing, land-use history, traditional land use practices, traditional ecological knowledge, biodiversity
Selected publications:

2019

Biró, M., Molnár, Zs., Babai, D., Dénes, A., Fehér, A., Barta, S., Sáfián, L., Szabados, K., Kiš, A., Demeter, L., Öllerer, K. (2019): Reviewing historical traditional knowledge for innovative conservation management: A re-evaluation of wetland grazing. Science of The Total Environment. 666: 1114–1125.
Öllerer K., Varga A., Kirby K., Demeter L., Biró M., Bölöni J., Molnár Z (2019): Beyond the obvious impact of domestic livestock grazing on temperate forest vegetation – A global review Biological Conservation 237: 209–219

2018

Bobiec A., Reif A., Öllerer K. (2018): Seeing the oakscape beyond the forest: a landscape approach to the oak regeneration in Europe Landscape Ecology 33: 513–528.

2016

Moga C., Samoilă C., Öllerer K., Băncilă R., Réti K., Craioveanu C., Poszet Sz., Rákosy L. & Hartel T. (2016): Environmental determinants of the old oaks in wood-pastures from a changing traditional social-ecological system of Romania Ambio, 45(4): 480–489

2014