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Organising team

Katalin Enikő Magyari Dr.Katalin Enikő Magyari Dr.

professor, scientific advisor

Primary environment research using paleoecological methods in Central and Southeastern Europe, pollen-based vegetation and paleoclimate reconstructions for the past 30,000 years, long-term ecological studies, Holocene and late glacial vegetation dynamics, and paleogenetics are her main research areas.


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Krisztina Buczkó Dr.Krisztina Buczkó Dr.

svcientific advisor, Doctor of Science (DSc)

She is an internationally recognized diatom researcher. The study of diatoms in the lakes of the Southern Carpathians and the preparation of quantitative phosphorus and pH reconstructions play a significant role in her work. She is an expert in high-resolution multi-proxy studies, species and trait-based analyzes. Thesis supervisor of the CRYPTIC project. She is a specialist in the paleolimnology of Lake Balaton. She is currently the supervisor of the Riverine project at the Institute of Aquatic Ecology at the Institute of Ecological Research.

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János Korponai Dr.János Korponai Dr.

associate professor

He conducts neo- and paleolimnological research based on microscopic crustaceans and their remains. The central topic of his research is the study of the role and trophic relationships of zooplankton in aquatic ecosystems, and the analysis of short- and long-term changes in ecosystems.

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Zoltán SzabóZoltán Szabó

PhD student, assistant lecturer

His main research topic is the study of paleolimnological changes based on sub-fossil chironomids larvae. His research focuses primarily on exploring the causes of aquatic ecosystem transformations in the last 500-1000 years, and detecting the effects of human activity and climate change. Sub-fossil chironomids larvae are suitable for July mean temperature reconstruction, thus performing quantitative temperature reconstructions in the late-glacial and early Holocene period, as well as for the last 1000 years in the Carpathian Region. These results contribute to a more accurate understanding of the local variability and drivers of global climate change here in the Carpathian Basin.

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