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Ágnes Balázsi, PhD

Assistant professor

E-mail: balazsiagnes.sapientia@gmail.com

Research fields:

  • Sustainability
  • Nature conservation
  • Landscape ecology

Courses:

  • Human ecology (BSc)
  • Integrated environmental monitoring (BSc)
  • Environmental policy (MSc)
  • Management of protected areas (MSc)

CV and list of publications (2020)

Recent important publications:

2021

Mattalia G., Stryamets N., Balázsi Á., G. Molnár G., , Gliga A., Pieroni, A., Soukand R., ReyesGarcía V. 2021. Hutsuls’ perceptions of forests and uses of forest resource in Ukrainian and Romanian Bukovina. International Forestry Review 23: 1–18 (IF: 1.836/2021, Q2).

Riechers M., Balázsi Á., García Llorente M.,Loos J. 2021. Human-nature connectedness as leverage point. Ecosystems and People 17: 215-221 (Q1).

Riechers M., Loos J., Balázsi Á., García Llorente M., Bieling C., Burgos-Ayala A., Chakroun L., Mattijssen T.J.M., Muhr M.M., Pérez-Ramírez I., Raatikainen K.J., Rana S., Richardson M., Rosengren L., West S. 2021Key advantages of the leverage points perspective to shape human-nature relationsEcosystems and People 17, 205-214 (Q1).

Riechers M., Balázsi Á., Engler J.-O., Shumi G., Fischer J. 2021. Understanding relational values in cultural landscapes in Romania and GermanyPeople and Nature, In Press.

Riechers M., Pătru-Dușe I.A., Balázsi Á. 2021. Leverage points to foster human–nature connectedness in cultural landscapesAmbio, 50: 1670–1680. (IF: 5.129/2021, D1).

Balázsi Á.Dänhardt J., Collins S., Schweiger O., Settele J., Hartel T. 2021Understanding cultural ecosystem services related to farmlands: Expertsurvey in EuropeLand Use Policy 100, 104900. (IF: 5.398/2021, D1).

2020

Riechers M., Balázsi Á.,  Abson D.J., Fischer J. 2020The influence of landscape change on multiple dimensions of human–nature connectedness. Ecology and Society 25(3):3.  (IF: 3.890/2020, D1).

Riechers M., Balázsi Á., Betz L., Jiren T.S., Fischer J. 2020. The erosion of relational values resulting from landscape simplification. Landscape Ecology 35: 6012612. (IF: 3.573/2020, D1).

2019

Balázsi Á., Riechers M., Hartel T. , Leventon J., Fischer J. 2019. The impacts of social-ecological system transitions on human- nature connectedness: case study from Transylvania, Romania. Land Use Policy 89: 104232. (IF: 3.573/2019, D1).

2018

Hartel T., Fagerholm N., Torralba M., Balázsi Á., Plieninger T. 2018. Forum: Social-Ecological System Archetypes for European Rangelands, Rangeland Ecology & Management 71: 536-544. (IF. 1.967/2018, D1).

Păcurar F.Balázsi Á., Rotar I. , Vaida I., Reif A., Vidican R., Rușdea E., Stoian V., Sângeorzan D2018.  Technologies used for maintaining oligotrophic grasslands and their biodiversity in a mountain landscape. Romanian Biotechnological Letters DOI 10.26327/RBL2018.184. (IF: 0.59/2019, Q4).

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