IEB Department of Terrestrial Ecology
boloni.janos [at] ecolres.hu
+36 28 360-122, 360-147 / 124
Brief description of the main scopes: 

1. Research of composition, stand structure and dynamics of managed, unmanaged and old-qrowth oak forests.
2. Elaboration of the methods of coneservation oriented forest management and monitoring of conservation oriented forest management.
3. Research of changes in forest cover and extension of main forest types in Hungary.
4. Habitat classification and maping.

Main profile in keywords: 
forest ecology, forest biodiversity, forest history, oak forest structure, habitat mapping
Selected publications:


Biró, M., Bölöni, J. and Molnár, Zs. (2018): Use of long-term data to evaluate loss and endangerment status of Natura 2000 habitats and effects of protected areas. Conservation Biology. 32(3):660-671.


Aszalós, R., Horváth, F., Mázsa, K., Ódor, P., Lengyel, A., Kovács, G., Bölöni, J. (2017): First signs of old-growth structure and composition of an oak forest after four decades of abandonment. Biologia (Bratislava) 72: 1264-1274.
Bölöni János, Ódor Péter, Ádám Réka, William S Keeton , Aszalós Réka (2017): Quantity and dynamics of dead wood in managed and unmanaged dry-mesic oak forests in the Hungarian Carpathians FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 399: pp. 120-131.


Varga Anna, Ódor Péter, Molnár Zsolt, Bölöni János (2015): The history and natural regeneration of a secondary oak-beech woodland on a former wood-pasture in Hungary Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae 84: 215-225.


Bölöni J, Botta-Dukát Z, Illyés E, Molnár Zs (2011): Hungarian landscape types: classification of landscapes based on the relative cover of (semi-) natural habitats - Applied Vegetation Science (14): 537-546.