Kinga Öllerer
Kinga Öllerer
Institute of Biology Bucharest, Romanian Academy; Centre for Ecological Research, Hungary
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TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
2722020
Fitocenozele din România: sintaxonomie, structură, dinamică şi evoluţie
V Sanda, K Öllerer, P Burescu
Ars Docendi, 2008
214*2008
The effect of fish and aquatic habitat complexity on amphibians
T Hartel, S Nemes, D Cogălniceanu, K Öllerer, O Schweiger, CI Moga, ...
Hydrobiologia 583 (1), 173-182, 2007
1652007
Wood-pastures in a traditional rural region of Eastern Europe: Characteristics, management and status
T Hartel, I Dorresteijn, C Klein, O Máthé, CI Moga, K Öllerer, M Roellig, ...
Biological Conservation 166, 267-275, 2013
1322013
Amphibian distribution in a traditionally managed rural landscape of Eastern Europe: probing the effect of landscape composition
T Hartel, O Schweiger, K Öllerer, D Cogălniceanu, JW Arntzen
Biological Conservation 143 (5), 1118-1124, 2010
1212010
The contributions of Indigenous Peoples and local communities to ecological restoration
V Reyes‐García, Á Fernández‐Llamazares, P McElwee, Z Molnár, ...
Restoration Ecology 27 (1), 3-8, 2019
752019
Pond and landscape determinants of Rana dalmatina population sizes in a Romanian rural landscape
T Hartel, S Nemes, D Cogălniceanu, K Öllerer, CI Moga, D Lesbarreres, ...
Acta Oecologica 35 (1), 53-59, 2009
412009
Seeing the oakscape beyond the forest: a landscape approach to the oak regeneration in Europe
A Bobiec, A Reif, K Öllerer
Landscape ecology 33 (4), 513-528, 2018
402018
Pond and landscape characteristics-which is more important for common toads (Bufo bufo)? A case study from central Romania
T Hartel, S Nemes, L Demeter, K Ollerer
Applied Herpetology 5 (1), 1, 2008
392008
Using connectivity metrics and niche modelling to explore the occurrence of the northern crested newt Triturus cristatus (Amphibia, Caudata) in a traditionally managed landscape
T Hartel, S Nemes, K Oellerer, DAN COGĂLNICEANU, C Moga, ...
Environmental Conservation 37 (2), 195-200, 2010
372010
Spatial and temporal distribution of amphibian road mortality with a Rana dalmatina and Bufo bufo predominance along the middle section of the Târnava Mare basin, Romania.
T Hartel, CI Moga, K Oellerer, M Puky
North-Western Journal of Zoology 5 (1), 2009
372009
The ground vegetation management of wood-pastures in Romania–insights in the past for conservation management in the future
K Oellerer
Applied Ecology and Environmental Research 12 (2), 549-562, 2014
322014
Habitat selection at the sand lizard (Lacerta agilis): ontogenetic shifts
S Nemes, M Vogrin, T Hartel, K Öllerer
North-Western Journal of Zoology 2 (1), 17-26, 2006
302006
A proposal towards the incorporation of spatial heterogeneity into animal distribution studies in Romanian landscapes.
TR Hartel, CI Moga, K Öllerer, L Demeter, I Sas, DM Ruşti, A Balog
North-Western Journal of Zoology 4 (1), 2008
292008
Environmental determinants of the old oaks in wood-pastures from a changing traditional social–ecological system of Romania
CI Moga, C Samoilă, K Öllerer, RI Băncilă, KO Réti, C Craioveanu, ...
Ambio 45 (4), 480-489, 2016
282016
Ancient oak wood-pasture as a habitat for the endangered tree pipit Anthus trivialis
C Moga, T Hartel, K Öllerer
Biologia 64 (5), 1011-1015, 2009
242009
Local turnover and factors influencing the persistence of amphibians in permanent ponds from the Saxon landscapes of Transylvania.
T Hartel, K Öllerer
North-Western Journal of Zoology 5 (1), 2009
242009
Beyond the obvious impact of domestic livestock grazing on temperate forest vegetation–A global review
K Öllerer, A Varga, K Kirby, L Demeter, M Biró, J Bölöni, Z Molnár
Biological Conservation 237, 209-219, 2019
202019
Environmental education–the bumpy road from childhood foraging to literacy and active responsibility
K Öllerer
Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 12 (3), 205-216, 2015
192015
Contributions to the study and control of the degradation by corrosion of the underground cables. The biodegradability of the underground cables
I Lingvay, K Öllerer, C Lingvay, C Homan
Revista de Chimie 58 (7), 624-627, 2007
182007
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