Our Team

Ferenc JORDÁN

Scientific adviser

Email: jordan.ferenc @ gmail.com (delete spaces)

I am the leader of this group, being PI of a Hungarian research grant (OTKA) for 2015-2019.


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Anett ENDRÉDI

Assistant research fellow

Email: anett.endredi @ gmail.com (delete spaces)

Anett works mostly on finding statistical relationships between food web structure and functioning. Old problem, still limited knowledge, extreme potential importance. Read this old stuff, for example.

And the papers are coming out:

Endrédi, A., Senánszky, V., Libralato, S. and Jordán, F. 2018. Food web dynamics in trophic hierarchies. Ecological Modelling, 368:94-103.

Móréh, Á., Endrédi, A. and Jordán, F. 2018. Additivity of pairwise perturbations in food webs: topological effects. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 448:112-121.

Ágnes MÓRÉH

Assistant research fellow

Email: morehagi @ gmail.com (delete spaces)

Ági is a young postdoc researcher in my group, we continue research on an earlier story on overfishing marine food webs.

A new paper is to come:

Móréh, Á., Endrédi, A. and Jordán, F. 2018. Additivity of pairwise perturbations in food webs: topological effects. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 448:112-121.

Imre Sándor PIROSS

Assistant research fellow

Email: sandor.piross @ gmail.com (delete spaces)

Sanyi will start to work with us in September. His main research line will be loop analysis of food webs.

Katalin PATONAI

PhD student

Email: kati.patonai @ gmail.com (delete spaces)

Kati works with me on the hardest issue in food web research: how to put data together.

A recent outcome:

Patonai, K. and Jordán, F. 2017. Aggregation of incomplete food web data may help to suggest sampling strategies. Ecological Modelling, 352:77-89.

Juliana PEREIRA

PhD student

Email: julianapereira.mailto @ gmail.com (delete spaces)

Juli works on multi-node centrality in ecological network analysis (landscape connectivity and food webs).

Papers:

Pereira, J., Saura, S. and Jordán, F. 2017. Single-node versus multi-node centrality in landscape graph analysis: key habitat patches and their protection for twenty birds in NE Spain. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12783.

Pereira, J. and Jordán, F. 2017. Multi-node selection of patches for protecting habitat connectivity: fragmentation versus reachability. Ecological Indicators, 81:192-200.

Capocefalo, D., Pereira, J., Mazza, T., Jordán, F. Food web topology and nested keystone species complexes. Complexity, in press.

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