Levente Hufnagel

John Wesley Theological College

Dr. Levente Hufnagel is an associate professor and the head of the Research Institute of Multidisciplinary Ecotheology, John Wesley Theological College, Budapest, Hungary. He works on ecology, biogeography, ecological research methodology, and sustainability and has more than twenty years of experience leading Hungarian academic institutions. He has taught and supervised Ph.D., MSc, and BSc students from various social and cultural backgrounds. He has published more than 280 scientific publications (on both aquatic and terrestrial ecological aspects of plants, animals, and microbes at the community as well as population levels) and has more than 1000 independent citations. As a participant in several big ecological research and development projects, Dr. Hufnagel has significant experience in multidisciplinary collaborations (with more than 200 coauthors in different publications). He is editor-in-chief of an international scientific journal. Dr. Hufnagel graduated from Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary, with a master’s degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a Ph.D. in Hydrobiology. He also has a Ph.D. in Agricultural Science from Szent István University as well as other degrees from the Corvinus University of Budapest and Adventist Theological College.

5books edited

9chapters authored

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Natural History and Ecology of Mexico and Central America presents an interesting overview of the frontiers of biodiversity and ecological research in the geographical area of Mexico and Central America. Chapters cover such topics as biodiversity and ecology of plant communities, tropical subterranean ecosystems, floating Sargassum species, the endangered species Dioon edule, Kemp’s ridley sea turtles, fish and fisheries, urbanization and bats, and food and sustainable diet.

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