Tibor ERŐS, DSc

eros.tibor [at] blki.hu
+36 87 448-244 / 223
Brief description of the main scopes: 

Assemblage organization of fishes in freshwaters, spatial and temporal distribution of biological diversity and its relationship with environmental factors, sample representativity, development of environmental monitoring systems, conservation planning of freshwaters

Main profile in keywords: 
fish ecology, community ecology, conservation biology, environmental monitoring and assessment
Selected publications:



Erős T, O’Hanley JR, Czeglédi I (2018): A Unified Model for Optimizing Riverscape Conservation Journal of Applied Ecology 55(4), 1871-1883.


Erős T, Takács P, Specziár A, Schmera D, Sály P. (2017): Effect of landscape context on fish metacommunity structuring in stream networks. Freshwater Biology 62: pp. 215-228.
Takács P, Czeglédi I, Ferincz Á, Sály P, Specziár A, Vitál Z, Weiperth A, Erős T (2017): Non-native fish species in Hungarian waters: historical overview, potential sources and recent trends in their distribution. Hydrobiologia 795(1):1-22


Takács P, Erős T, Specziár A, Sály P, Vitál Z, Ferincz Á, Molnár T, Szabolcsi Z, Bíró P, Csoma E (2015): Population genetic patterns of threatened European mudminnow (Umbra krameri Walbaum, 1792) in a fragmented landscape: - implications for conservation management. PloS one, 10(9), e0138640.