Tibor Standovár
Tibor Standovár
associate professor of ecology, Eötvös University, Budapest
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Biodiversity differences between managed and unmanaged forests: Meta‐analysis of species richness in Europe
Y Paillet, L Bergčs, J Hjältén, P Ódor, C Avon, M Bernhardt‐Römermann, ...
Conservation biology 24 (1), 101-112, 2010
Dead wood in European beech (Fagus sylvatica) forest reserves
M Christensen, K Hahn, EP Mountford, P Odor, T Standovár, ...
Forest ecology and management 210 (1-3), 267-282, 2005
Forest microclimate dynamics drive plant responses to warming
F Zellweger, P De Frenne, J Lenoir, P Vangansbeke, K Verheyen, ...
Science 368 (6492), 772-775, 2020
Biodiversity evaluation tools for European forests
TB Larsson, P Angelstam, G Balent, A Barbati, RJ Bijlsma, A Boncina, ...
Ecological Bulletins 50, 2001
Diversity of dead wood inhabiting fungi and bryophytes in semi-natural beech forests in Europe
P Ódor, J Heilmann-Clausen, M Christensen, E Aude, KW van Dort, ...
Biological conservation 131 (1), 58-71, 2006
Effects of gap size and associated changes in light and soil moisture on the understorey vegetation of a Hungarian beech forest
L Gálhidy, B Mihók, A Hagyó, K Rajkai, T Standovár
Plant Ecology 183, 133-145, 2006
Drivers of temporal changes in temperate forest plant diversity vary across spatial scales
M Bernhardt‐Römermann, L Baeten, D Craven, P De Frenne, R Hédl, ...
Global change biology 21 (10), 3726-3737, 2015
A review on natural stand dynamics in beechwoods of East Central Europe
T Standovár, K Kenderes
Applied ecology and environmental research 1 (1), 19-46, 2003
Richness of bryophyte vegetation in near-natural and managed beech stands: the effects of management-induced differences in dead wood
P Ódor, T Standovár
Ecological bulletins, 219-229, 2001
A természetvédelmi biológia alapjai
T Standovár, RB Primack
Nemzeti Tankönyvkiadó, 2001
Global environmental change effects on plant community composition trajectories depend upon management legacies
MP Perring, M Bernhardt‐Römermann, L Baeten, G Midolo, H Blondeel, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (4), 1722-1740, 2018
Combining biodiversity resurveys across regions to advance global change research
K Verheyen, P De Frenne, L Baeten, DM Waller, R Hédl, MP Perring, ...
BioScience 67 (1), 73-83, 2017
Communities of wood‐inhabiting bryophytes and fungi on dead beech logs in Europe–reflecting substrate quality or shaped by climate and forest conditions?
J Heilmann‐Clausen, E Aude, K van Dort, M Christensen, A Piltaver, ...
Journal of Biogeography 41 (12), 2269-2282, 2014
Thirty years of gap dynamics in a central European beech forest reserve
K Kenderes, B Mihok, T Standovar
Forestry 81 (1), 111-123, 2008
Replacements of small-by large-ranged species scale up to diversity loss in Europe’s temperate forest biome
IR Staude, DM Waller, M Bernhardt-Römermann, AD Bjorkman, J Brunet, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (6), 802-808, 2020
Observer and relocation errors matter in resurveys of historical vegetation plots
K Verheyen, M Bažány, E Chećko, M Chudomelová, D Closset‐Kopp, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 29 (5), 812-823, 2018
Natural gap dynamics in a Central European mixed beech—spruce—fir old-growth forest
K Kenderes, K Kral, T Vrška, T Standovár
Ecoscience 16 (1), 39-47, 2009
Dynamic response of herbaceous vegetation to gap opening in a Central European beech stand
K Kelemen, B Mihók, L Gálhidy, T Standovár
Sensitivity of ground layer vegetation diversity descriptors in indicating forest naturalness
T Standovár, P Ódor, R Aszalós, L Gálhidy
Community Ecology 7 (2), 199-209, 2006
Understanding context dependency in the response of forest understorey plant communities to nitrogen deposition
MP Perring, M Diekmann, G Midolo, DS Costa, M Bernhardt-Römermann, ...
Environmental pollution 242, 1787-1799, 2018
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