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Between 18 and 20 July we built a second foil tent and replanted our seeding experiment native (Festuca vaginata, Galium verum, Gypsophila paniculata, Saponaria officinalis) and non-native plants (Asclepias syriaca, Conyza canadensis, Tragus racemosus) to flowerpots twice the size of the previous ones, since some species grew significantly. We had...

Between July 7-15 our research group completed the fieldwork related to the study which examine the impact of the landscape structure on restoration success. We made vegetation samplings on five restoration project sites and within the 500 m radius of the surrounding landscape in the Kiskunság sandy region. We hope that the collected data from the...

On June 8, 2022, our group was attended a field workshop in Hortobágy, Hungary. The main topic was how to reconstruct the unique loess grasslands in locations Kungyörgy, Kapróhát, Egyek, Tiszacsegei Széles-halom and Öt-halom.

To help upscale ecological restoration of degraded lands, landscape factors and longer time scales should be considered when assessing restoration efforts. We evaluated the impact of initial restoration intervention, landscape composition, and elapsed time since the restoration began on the long-term progress of Pannonic sand grassland restoration....

The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity is pleased to announce the Biodiversity Day 2022 slogan: "Building a shared future for all life". The slogan was chosen to continue building momentum and support for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework to be adopted at the upcoming UN Biodiversity Conference.

On March 12, 2022 the Restoration Ecology Group was in the Kiskunság National Park to restore a sandy grassland, remove the unwanted shrubs, and plant native species in the unique sand forest-steppe in Kunpeszér.