• Research work profile

    The primary task of the department is to study the taxonomic, coenological, ecological and physiological studies of the Tisza and its catchment area. To study the biotic impact of the climate dynamics on the watercourse past, present and future consistent investigation of the hydrological, hydrochemical, hydrobiological and landscape geographic consequences of artificial interventions and research on the biological material flow of the Tisza.

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Centre for Ecology

DKI Tisza River research group

The primary task of the department is to study the taxonomic, coenological, ecological and physiological studies of the Tisza and its catchment area, to study the biotic impact of the climate dynamics and the water course, and the natural, past, present and future consistent investigation of the hydrological, hydrochemical, hydrobiological and landscape geographic consequences of artificial interventions and research on the biological material flow of the Tisza.

Research

Current Blog articles

Országos vízinövény monitorozás

A Vizes Élőhelyek Funkcionális Ökológiai Kutatócsport koordinálásában nagyszabású vízinövény (makrofiton) felmérés történt 2019-ben. A felmérés és mintavétel célja az volt,…

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Winners of the Bolyai János Research Grant of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

The János Bolyai Research Scholarship is awarded by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences to outstanding researchers (under 45 years of…

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MTA Bolyai János Kutatási Ösztöndíj nyertesek

A Bolyai János Kutatási Ösztöndíjat kiemelkedő teljesítménnyel bíró fiatal (45 év alatti) kutatóknak adományozza a Magyar Tudományos Akadémia. A kiemelkedő teljesítményt…

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Actual projects

KEHOP-1.1.0-15-2016-0002 Establishment of a research – method development – data collection program in the group of biological and chemical quality elements of the WFD, development of evaluation and data systems, filling professional gaps and performing the tasks of the ecological intercalibration procedure

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Researchers and staff

The research team attaches great importance to applied research on water-related major social issues, and thus plays an active role in responding to domestic and international water policy issues.

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