Consortional main: Quantifying the effects of climate change on long distance migratory birds: A case study using Hungarian Sand Martins (Riparia riparia)  Page description

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Identifier
120348
Type K
Principal investigator Szép, Tibor
Title in Hungarian Konzorcium, fő p.: A klímaváltozás hatásainak mérése a hosszútávon vonuló madárfajoknál: esettanulmány a magyar partifecske (Riparia riparia) állomány alapján
Title in English Consortional main: Quantifying the effects of climate change on long distance migratory birds: A case study using Hungarian Sand Martins (Riparia riparia)
Keywords in Hungarian Hosszútávon vonuló madarak, állománycsökkenés, klímaváltozás, túlélés, szaporodás, integrált monitoring, partifecske
Keywords in English Long-distance migrant birds, population decline, climate change, survival, reproductive success, integrated monitoring, Sand Martin
Discipline
Population biology, anthropology (Council of Complex Environmental Sciences)40 %
Ortelius classification: Population biology
Environmental biology, ecotoxicology (Council of Complex Environmental Sciences)40 %
Ortelius classification: Animal ecology
Biodiversity, conservation biology and genetics, invasion biology (Council of Complex Environmental Sciences)20 %
Panel Ecology and evolution
Department or equivalent Környezettudományi Intézet Környezettan Tanszék (University of Nyíregyháza)
Participants Dyke, Gareth
Hörcsik, T. Zsolt
Jekö, József
Molnár, Mónika
Mónus, Ferenc
Starting date 2016-12-01
Closing date 2020-11-30
Funding (in million HUF) 29.590
FTE (full time equivalent) 9.00
state running project




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