Péter Ódor
Péter Ódor
Centre for Ecological Research, University of Sopron
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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
Where are Europe’s last primary forests?
FM Sabatini, S Burrascano, WS Keeton, C Levers, M Lindner, ...
Diversity and distributions 24 (10), 1426-1439, 2018
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
The effect of light conditions on herbs, bryophytes and seedlings of temperate mixed forests in Őrség, Western Hungary
F Tinya, S Márialigeti, I Király, B Németh, P Ódor
Plant Ecology 204, 69-81, 2009
Factors influencing epiphytic bryophyte and lichen species richness at different spatial scales in managed temperate forests
I Király, J Nascimbene, F Tinya, P Ódor
Biodiversity and conservation 22, 209-223, 2013
Updated checklist and red list of Hungarian bryophytes
B Papp, P Erzberger, P Ódor, Z Hock, P Szövényi, E Szurdoki, Z Tóth
Studia botanica hungarica 41, 31-59, 2010
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
Stand structural drivers of microclimate in mature temperate mixed forests
B Kovács, F Tinya, P Ódor
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 234, 11-21, 2017
Preferences of dead wood inhabiting bryophytes for decay stage, log size and habitat types in Hungarian beech forests
P Ódor, ADFM Van Hees
Journal of bryology 26 (2), 79-95, 2004
Patterns and drivers of species composition of epiphytic bryophytes and lichens in managed temperate forests
P Ódor, I Király, F Tinya, F Bortignon, J Nascimbene
Forest Ecology and Management 306, 256-265, 2013
The effects of stand structure on ground-floor bryophyte assemblages in temperate mixed forests
S Márialigeti, B Németh, F Tinya, P Ódor
Biodiversity and Conservation 18, 2223-2241, 2009
The effect of stand structure and tree species composition on epiphytic bryophytes in mixed deciduous–coniferous forests of Western Hungary
I Király, P Ódor
Biological Conservation 143 (9), 2063-2069, 2010
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
Effects of forest heterogeneity on the efficiency of caterpillar control service provided by birds in temperate oak forests
K Bereczki, P Ódor, G Csóka, Z Mag, A Báldi
Forest Ecology and Management 327, 96-105, 2014
Environmental drivers of the composition and diversity of the herb layer in mixed temperate forests in Hungary
S Márialigeti, F Tinya, A Bidló, P Ódor
Plant Ecology 217, 549-563, 2016
Protection gaps and restoration opportunities for primary forests in Europe
FM Sabatini, WS Keeton, M Lindner, M Svoboda, PJ Verkerk, J Bauhus, ...
Diversity and Distributions 26 (12), 1646-1662, 2020
Congruence of the spatial pattern of light and understory vegetation in an old-growth, temperate mixed forest
F Tinya, P Ódor
Forest Ecology and Management 381, 84-92, 2016
Unfolding the effects of different forestry treatments on microclimate in oak forests: results of a 4‐yr experiment
B Kovács, F Tinya, C Németh, P Ódor
Ecological Applications 30 (2), e02043, 2020
Drivers of macrofungal species composition in temperate forests, West Hungary: functional groups compared
G Kutszegi, I Siller, B Dima, K Takács, Z Merényi, T Varga, G Turcsányi, ...
Fungal Ecology 17, 69-83, 2015
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