running project

OTKA K 106133 (2013 - 2016)
Formation of landscape-scale patterns in biodiversity , Szabolcs LENGYEL, PhD, DSc
OTKA K 106177 (2013 - 2016)
Comparative ecological study of riverine reed stands, Attila ENGLONER, PhD
OpenNESS EU FP7 (2012)
OPErationalisatioN of Natural capital and EcoSystem Services: from concepts to real-world applications (2012-2017)
EU FP7 grant agreement number 283359 (2011 - 2014)
BioVeL - Biodiversity Virtual e-Laboratory, Biome-BGC Ecosystem Modellling, Ferenc HORVÁTH, PhD

closed project

KEOP-7.9.0/12-2013-0007 (2015 - 2015)
Revision of Water Basin Management Plan, Prof. Éva ÁCS, DSc
IF-006/2013 EcoInfLab (2012 - 2014)
Establishment of the EcoInformatics & GIS Laboratory, Ferenc HORVÁTH, PhD
OTKA Norway Financing Mechanism NNF 85562 (2011 - 2012)
Integrated research in conservation ecology to protect grassland biodiversity: the effect of restoration and management on ecosystem services , Szabolcs LENGYEL, PhD, DSc
OTKA-K 81232 (2010 - 2014)
Perspectives in lichenological research - biodiversity, lichen chemistry
OMFB-01639/2009 (2009)
Application of benthic diatoms in water quality assessment according to the EU-WFD in karstic creeks of Croatia and Hungary , Prof. Éva ÁCS, DSc
OTKA Norway Financing Mechanism NNF 78887 (2009 - 2011)
Integrated botanical and zoological research in conservation ecology to restore, conserve and increase grassland biodiversity , Szabolcs LENGYEL, PhD, DSc
KEOP 2,5-0A (2008 - 2009)
Construction of Database on biological monitoring network, Gábor VÁRBÍRÓ, PhD
OTKA K 68462 (2007)
Direct and indirect polarotaxis in caddis flies and true flies, György KRISKA, PhD
Bolyai János Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences 2006-2009 (2006)
Characteristic phytoplankton assemblages of oxbows
European Union LIFE-Nature programme (2005 - 2009)
Conservation of the Lesser White-fronted Goose Anser erythropus on the European flyway, Szabolcs LENGYEL, PhD, DSc
MTA-OTA (2005)
The algal communities of river ecosystems in boreal and temperate zone in East-Central and East Europe (Inst. Ecol. Bot. HAS – Inst. Biol. Karelia Res. Center RAS) , Keve T KISS, DSc