IEB Department of Terrestrial Ecology
kertesz.miklos [at] ecolres.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:


Kertész M., Ónodi G., Botta-Dukát Z., Lhotsky B., Barabás S., Bölöni J., Csecserits A., Molnár Cs., Nagy J., Szitár K., Rédei T (2020): Different impacts of moderate human land use on the plant biodiversity of the characteristic Pannonian habitat complexes Flora 267: Article number 151591


Czúcz, B ; Arany, I ; Potschin-Young, M ; Bereczki, K ; Kertész, M ; Kiss, M ; Aszalós, R ; Haines-Young, R (2018): Where concepts meet the real world: A systematic review of ecosystem service indicators and their classification using CICES ECOSYSTEM SERVICES 29 pp. 145-157. , 13 p.
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.


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.