PhD Andràs Abonyi

Postdocs LIPTOX

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Research experiences and interests

• phytoplankton ecology
• functional ecology (group & trait concepts)
• biodiversity – ecosystem functioning (BEF)
• functional diversity and trophic coupling
• Phytoplankton Chytrid parasites in food webs
• lake and river plankton


Selected Publications

• Abonyi A., Horváth Z. & Ptacnik R. (2018) Functional richness outperforms taxonomic richness in predicting ecosystem functioning in natural phytoplankton communities. Freshwater Biology, 63, 178–186.
• Abonyi A., Ács É., Hidas A., Grigorszky I., Várbíró G., Borics G. & Kiss K.T. (2018) Functional diversity of phytoplankton highlights long-term gradual regime shift in the middle section of the Danube River due to global warming, human impacts and oligotrophication. Freshwater Biology, 63, 456-472.
• Wang C., B-Béres V., Stenger-Kovács C., Li X. & Abonyi A. (2018) Enhanced ecological indication based on combined planktic and benthic functional approaches in large river phytoplankton ecology. Hydrobiologia, 818, 163–175.
• Abonyi A., Leitão M., Stanković I., Borics G., Várbíró G. & Padisák J. (2014) A large river (River Loire, France) survey to compare phytoplankton functional approaches: Do they display river zones in similar ways? Ecological Indicators, 46, 11-22.
• Abonyi A., Leitão M., Lançon A.M. & Padisák J. (2012) Phytoplankton functional groups as indicators of human impacts along the River Loire (France). Hydrobiologia, 698, 233-249.

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