Department of Wildlife Biology and Management
Institute for Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation
Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
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Wildlife Biology; Animal Ecology, Biodiversity Conservation; Ethology, Human-Wildlife Conflicts
Dr. Krisztian Katona has been working at the Institute for Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation of the Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Godollo since 2000, as an Associate Professor. He obtained his Doctoral degree at the Department of Ethology of Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest in 2005. He teaches a wide range of subjects at BSc, MSc and PhD levels and was the supervisor for approx. 200 dissertations and scientific student essay theses so far. He conducts research in wildlife biology, animal science, ecology and ethology. He is skilled in radiotelemetry, trapping, diet composition analysis of herbivores. He has been working on both small mammals (e.g., ground squirrels, mice, rabbits and hares) and large mammals (e.g., roe and red deer, wild boar or beaver) in different habitats. His current main project is about 'Measuring the Impact of Ungulates in Forested and Grassy Ecosystems'.
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