https://fenyecset.hu/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Bajomi_Balint_2013_Onarckep.jpg Bálint is finalizing his PhD at ELTE University, Hungary. His research topic is about the reintroduction of endangered animal species. He is a photograher and reporter at National Geographic Hungary. You can find his articles here (in Hungarian). Last but not least he is working as a communication expert in the lab of Péter Török.

 

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

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Selected publications (Publication download is only permitted for research and educational use.)

  1. Fehér, Z., Majoros, G., Ötvös, S., Bajomi, B. & Sólymos, P. (2018): Black nerite – an aquatic snail re-introduction in Hungary. In Soorae, Pritpal S. (szerk): Global Re-introduction Perspectives: 2018. Case-studies from around the globe. IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group, Environmental Agency, Gland, Svájc; Abu-Dhabi, Egyesült Arab Emírségek. [pdf]
  2. Fehér, Z., Majoros, G., Ötvös, S., Bajomi, B. & Sólymos, P. 2017. Successful reintroduction of the endangered black nerite, Theodoxus prevostianus (Pfeiffer, 1828) (Gastropoda: Neritidae) in Hungary. Journal of Molluscan Studies 83: 240-242. [pdf]
  3. Tatár, S., Bajomi, B., Specziár, A., Tóth, B., Müllerné Trenovszki, M., Urbányi, B., Csányi, B., Szekeres, J. & Müller, T. 2017. Habitat establishment, captive breeding and conservation translocation to save threatened populations of the Vulnerable European mudminnow Umbra krameri. Oryx 51: 718-729. [pdf]
  4. Čanády, A., Krišovský, P., Bajomi, B., Huber, A., Czabán, D. & Olekšák, M. 2016. Is new spread of the European beaver in Pannonian basin an evidence of the species recovery? European Journal of Ecology 2: 44-63. [pdf]
  5. Bajomi, B., Pullin, A.S., Stewart, G.B. & Takács-Sánta, A. 2010. Bias and dispersal in the animal reintroduction literature. Oryx 44: 358-365. [pdf]