Orsolya Valkó
Orsolya Valkó
Lendület Seed Ecology Research Group; Institue of Ecology and Botany, Centre for Ecological Research
Verified email at okologia.mta.hu
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Grazing vs. mowing: A meta-analysis of biodiversity benefits for grassland management
M Tälle, B Deák, P Poschlod, O Valkó, L Westerberg, P Milberg
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 222, 200-212, 2016
1492016
Restoring grassland biodiversity: sowing low-diversity seed mixtures can lead to rapid favourable changes
P Török, B Deák, E Vida, O Valkó, S Lengyel, B Tóthmérész
Biological Conservation 143 (3), 806-812, 2010
1272010
Is regular mowing the most appropriate and cost-effective management maintaining diversity and biomass of target forbs in mountain hay meadows?
O Valkó, P Török, G Matus, B Tóthmérész
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 207 (4), 303-309, 2012
1122012
Mechanisms shaping plant biomass and species richness: plant strategies and litter effect in alkali and loess grasslands
A Kelemen, P Török, O Valkó, T Miglécz, B Tóthmérész
Journal of Vegetation Science 24 (6), 1195-1203, 2013
1102013
Restoration potential in seed banks of acidic fen and dry‐mesophilous meadows: can restoration be based on local seed banks?
O Valkó, P Török, B Tóthmérész, G Matus
Restoration Ecology 19 (101), 9-15, 2011
1102011
Prospects and limitations of prescribed burning as a management tool in European grasslands
O Valkó, P Török, B Deák, B Tóthmérész
Basic and applied Ecology 15 (1), 26-33, 2014
1032014
Cultural monuments and nature conservation: a review of the role of kurgans in the conservation and restoration of steppe vegetation
B Deák, B Tóthmérész, O Valkó, B Sudnik-Wójcikowska, II Moysiyenko, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 25 (12), 2473-2490, 2016
892016
Livestock type is more crucial than grazing intensity: Traditional cattle and sheep grazing in short‐grass steppes
E Tóth, B Deák, O Valkó, A Kelemen, T Miglécz, B Tóthmérész, P Török
Land Degradation & Development 29 (2), 231-239, 2018
852018
Classification of herbaceous vegetation using airborne hyperspectral imagery
P Burai, B Deák, O Valkó, T Tomor
Remote Sensing 7 (2), 2046-2066, 2015
802015
Environmental factors driving seed bank diversity in alkali grasslands
O Valkó, B Tóthmérész, A Kelemen, E Simon, T Miglécz, BA Lukács, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 182, 80-87, 2014
802014
Recovery of native grass biodiversity by sowing on former croplands: Is weed suppression a feasible goal for grassland restoration?
P Török, T Miglécz, O Valkó, A Kelemen, B Deák, S Lengyel, ...
Journal for Nature Conservation 20 (1), 41-48, 2012
642012
Litter and graminoid biomass accumulation suppresses weedy forbs in grassland restoration
B Deák, O Valkó, A Kelemen, P Török, T Miglécz, T Ölvedi, S Lengyel, ...
Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant …, 2011
642011
Traditional cattle grazing in a mosaic alkali landscape: Effects on grassland biodiversity along a moisture gradient
P Török, O Valkó, B Deák, A Kelemen, B Tóthmérész
PLoS One 9 (5), e97095, 2014
632014
Fine-scale vertical position as an indicator of vegetation in alkali grasslands–Case study based on remotely sensed data
B Deák, O Valkó, C Alexander, W Mücke, A Kania, J Tamás, H Heilmeier
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 209 (12), 693-697, 2014
592014
Secondary succession in sandy old‐fields: a promising example of spontaneous grassland recovery
ÁJ Albert, A Kelemen, O Valkó, T Miglécz, A Csecserits, T Rédei, B Deák, ...
Applied Vegetation Science 17 (2), 214-224, 2014
532014
Micro-topographic heterogeneity increases plant diversity in old stages of restored grasslands
B Deák, O Valkó, P Török, A Kelemen, T Miglécz, S Szabó, G Szabó, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 16 (4), 291-299, 2015
522015
Factors threatening grassland specialist plants-A multi-proxy study on the vegetation of isolated grasslands
B Deák, O Valkó, P Török, B Tóthmérész
Biological Conservation 204, 255-262, 2016
502016
Lucerne‐dominated fields recover native grass diversity without intensive management actions
P Török, A Kelemen, O Valko, B Deak, B Lukacs, B Tothmeresz
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (1), 257-264, 2011
482011
Solonetz meadow vegetation (Beckmannion eruciformis) in East-Hungary–an alliance driven by moisture and salinity
B Deák, O Valkó, P Török, B Tóthmérész
Tuexenia 34, 187-203, 2014
472014
Sustaining recovered grasslands is not likely without proper management: vegetation changes after cessation of mowing
A Kelemen, P Török, O Valkó, B Deák, T Miglécz, K Tóth, T Ölvedi, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 23 (3), 741-751, 2014
462014
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