Case Studies for the SUMCULA project

Published case studies (mainly in Ecocycles and even in other journals and some conference proceedings (only complete articles), books, book chapters and other relevant periodicals by the SUMCULA- group of scientists and experts)

I. Articles and book chapters

  1. Alfoldi, Z. (2020). The prospects for organic agriculture in Hungary – A human ecological approach. Ecocycles, 6(2), 32–37.

  1. Alfoldi, Z., & Alfoldi, P. (2019). Environmental attitudes of Hungarian students and the prospects for environmental education. Ecocycles, 5(1), 19–25.

  1. Angler, K. (2020). Upgrading the wine hospitality training in Hungary. Ecocycles, 6(2), 46–48.
  2. Arvai, M., Fekete, K., Pasztor, L., & Komives, T. (2020). Human geography of drylands. I. Planning the database: Physical, built-up, chemical, biological (ecological), and social indicators. Ecocycles, 6(2), 19–24.

  1. Augiseau, V. (2020). Construction materials flows and stocks in Paris region: an overview. Ecocycles, 6(1), 18–22.
  2. Bajner, M. (2019). Women, the silent champions: Time to close the gender gap in biodiversity. Ecocycles, 5(2), 74–79.
  3. Bartos, A., Banyai, A., Koltay, I., Ujj, Z., Such, N., Mando, Z., & Novinszky, P. (2019). Veterinary use of thermal water and mud from Lake Hévíz for equestrian injury prevention and rehabilitation. Ecocycles, 5(2), 19–23.

  1. Bazan, G., & Galizia, G. (2018). Geographical and ecological outline of metal(loid) accumulating plants in Italian vascular flora. Ecocycles, 4(1), 47–64.
  2. Bielek, P. (2018). Soil use practices for sustainable agricultural land and water management. Ecocycles, 4(2), 72–79.
  3. Bittsanszky, A., & Gyulai, G. (2017). Increased glutathione S-transferase activity in 35S(CaMV)-Zmgstf4 transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana. Ecocycles, 3(2), 13–16.
  4. Borkowski, K., Borkowski, J. and Durmała, M. (2021): Construction of green hostels based on biologically renewable construction materials and natural economic media network. Ecocycles 7(1) 30-37 (2021). DOI: 10.19040/ecocycles.v7i1.187 (not activated yet)
  5. Bornmalm, L. and Lagerqvist, B. (2019). From seeboat to steel trawler – Impact on the development history of the Bohuslän fishing boat. (In Swedish: Från Sjöbåt till Ståltrålare – Nedslag i den bohuslänska fiskebåtens utvecklingshistoria. In: Alexandersson, H., Bornmalm, L., Hallén, P. och Sjöberg, D., (reds. 2019): Fisken i forskningen. Riksarkivet, Landsarkivet i Göteborg, s. 60 – 117.
  6. Bornmalm, L. (2019). Atlantic Container Line – m/s Atlantic Conveyor. In Swedish. Länspumpen, 47, 4-13. ISSN: 0281-4242
  7. Bornmalm, L., Ingvarsson, A., Bång, K. och Carlsson, L-O. (2017). Ö-varvet 100 år 1916 – 2016. Breakwater Publishing AB, Göteborg, 158 p.
  8. Bujdoso, Z., Benko, & Patkos, Cs. (2021). The role of art colonies in local development through the example of Cered Art Colony. Ecocycles 7(1) 14-19 (2021)

DOI: 10.19040/ecocycles.v7i1.184 (not activated yet)

  1. Csapo, J., & Nemethy, S. (2018). Functional, health protecting and health maintaining food products. Ecocycles, 4(1), 73–82.
  2. Csapó, J. and Némethy, S. (2019): About food forgery in general – forgery of milk and milk products. Ecocycles, Vol. 5. issue 1.
  3. Czuba, Michal (2019):Effects of initiatives related to the sharing economy on the ecological security of urban residents – Polish experiencesEcocycles, Vol. 5 issue 1; eISSN 2416-2140.
  4. Darvas, B. (2020). Why is SARS-CoV-2 so successful for outbreak? An ecotoxicological perspective. Ecocycles, 6(1), 23–27.

  1. Djelal, H., Estrada Martinez, P., Haddouche, D., & Chabani, M. (2020). Assessment of the biodegradation of doxycycline by biostimulation with addition of glucose, phenol or/and copper. Ecocycles, 6(2), 25–31.
  2. Dos-Santos, M. J. (2019). Sustainable and commercial development of aquaponics through the certification in Europe. Ecocycles, 5(2), 12–18.

  1. East, M., Pinhero Gibsone, K.U., Combes, B. (2021): Design for sustainable cultural landscapes – A whole-systems framework. Ecocycles 7(1) 1-13 (2021). DOI: 10.19040/ecocycles.v7i1.185 (not activated yet)
  2. East, M. (2020). The transition from sustainable to regenerative development. Ecocycles, 6(1), 106–109.
  3. East, M. (2019). Mapping the ‘presency’ of women in cities. Ecocycles, 5(2), 1–5.
  4. East, M., & Mare, C. (2018). Community-based solutions to locally-sourced food production systems featuring the revival of indigenous knowledge. Ecocycles, 4(1), 32–40.
  5. East, M. (2018). Regenerative strategies for climate justice. Ecocycles, 4(1), 41–46.
  6. Giber, V. and Klausmann-Dinya, A. (2021): Energy production and use in multifunctional organic agriculture: interpretation and application of the Azienda Agricola Model for energy management. (In Hungarian with English abstract). Gazdálkodás, 2021 (1). Under publication
  7. Giber, V. (2019). The energy policy of the European Union and China toward the Arctic in view of falling oil and gas prices, climate change and low-carbon economies. Ecocycles, 5(2), 80–96.
  8. Giber, V. (2020). An unsustainability issue: the antagonism between fossil energy use and public health in China. Ecocycles, 6(1), 28–38.

  1. Gyulai, G. Z., Malone, R. P., Czako, M., Murenetz, L., & Gyulai, G. (2018). How mushrooms break through the evolutionary dead end? Genetics and the roles of mushrooms in the global carbon cycle. Ecocycles, 4(2), 46–57.
  2. Hoevenaars, K., Junge, R., Bardocz, T., & Leskovec, M. (2018). EU policies: New opportunities for aquaponics. Ecocycles, 4(1), 10–15.

  1. Hoque, S. A., Ahmed, M. M. M. & Bhuiyan, M. M. I. . (2019). Investigating rapid deforestation and carbon dioxide release in Bangladesh using geospatial information from remote sensing data. Ecocycles, 5(2), 97–105.

  1. Imbeah, N., & Bujdoso, Z. (2018). Tourist safety and security in the Central Region of Ghana – overview and case study. Ecocycles, 4(2), 33–45.

  1. Imtiaz, S. (2018). Ecological impact of Rohingya refugees on forest resources: remote sensing analysis of vegetation cover change in Teknaf Peninsula in Bangladesh. Ecocycles, 4(1), 16–19.
  2. Kaprinyak, T., & Fari, M. (2019). Horticultural uses of botanical variations of woodland sage (Salvia nemorosa L.). Ecocycles, 5(2), 24–32.

  1. Khandaker, M., & Kotzen, B. (2018). Taste testing bitter gourd (Momordica charantia) grown in Aquaponics. Ecocycles, 4(2), 19–22.

  1. Klausmann-Dinya, A. (2020). Managing challenges of increasing complexity in sustainability. Ecocycles, 6(2), 49–53.
  2. Komives, T., & Junge, R. (2018). Importance of nickel as a nutrient in aquaponic systems – some theoretical considerations. Ecocycles, 4(2), 1–3.
  3. Komives, T., & Kiraly, Z. (2020). Importance of plant virus research – a brief revisit. Ecocycles, 6(1), 146–148.
  4. Komives, T., & Kiraly, Z. (2019). Disease resistance in plants: The road to phytoalexins and beyond. Ecocycles, 5(1), 7–12.
  5. Komives, T., & Kiraly, Z. (2019). Cultural heritage – the first research campus in Hungary. Ecocycles, 5(2), 6–11.
  6. Kovacs, B. (2018). Sustainable soil management in the Badacsony Wine District. Ecocycles, 4(2), 80–84.
  7. Kozumplíková, A., Kalasová, Ž., Vyskot, I. (2021). Drought and its impact on the bio-production of forests. Ecocycles 7(1) 25-29 (2021). DOI: 10.19040/ecocycles.v7i1.186 (not activated yet)
  8. Kozumplíková, A., Hübelová, D., Austová, K. (2018): Sustainable development evaluation in Pálava protected landscape area. Proceedings, 16th International Scientific Days Conference, Eszterházy Károly University, 12-13. 04. 2018. Gyöngyös, Hungary
  9. Kozumplikova, A., Chmelikova, G., Hlavackova, P., & Konecny, O. (2018). Recreational mountain biking – a new tool in rural development. Ecocycles, 4(2), 23–32.
  10. Krahl, I. and Siewert, C. (2021): SUMCULA project report: student evaluation of the pilot excursion to the Experimental Research Station in Bad Lauchstädt. Ecocycles 7(1) 19-24 (2021). DOI: 10.19040/ecocycles.v6i2.153 (not activated yet)
  11. Krahl, I., Schwitzky, E., & Siewert, C. (2019). Cherry growing in Germany, science and education – a field trip summary. Ecocycles, 5(2), 39–43.

  1. Kutics, K. (2019). Evolution of water quality of Lake Balaton. Ecocycles, 5(2), 44–73.
  2. Kutics, K., & Kravinszkaja, G. (2020). Lake Balaton hydrology and climate change. Ecocycles, 6(1), 88–97.
  3. Lagerqvist, B. (2020). Education and training in heritage practices – the case of heritage craft education at University of Gothenburg as an opportunity for Albania. Ecocycles, 6(2), 1–12.
  4. Lo Papa, G., Dazzi, C., Némethy, S., Corti, G., & Cocco, S. (2020). Land set-up systems in Italy: A long tradition of soil and water conservation sewed up to a variety of pedo-climatic environments. Italian Journal of Agronomy, 15(4), 281-292.
  5. Laposi, R., Beko, L., Kaprinyak, T., Moljak, S., & Toth, S. Z. (2020). Evaluation of soil bacteria treatments on some physiological parameters of crops by spectral vegetation indices. Ecocycles, 6(1), 134–145.
  6. Lazikova, J., Bandlerova, A., & Lazikova, Z. (2020). Legislation on land protection in Slovakia. Ecocycles, 6(1), 98–105.
  7. Magyary, I. (2018): Recent advances and future trends in zebrafish bioassays for aquatic ecotoxicology. Ecocycles, eISSN 2416-2140 | DOI prefix 10.19040. Vol 4 No 2 (2018)
  8. Mas, A., Beltran, G., & Torija, M.-J. (2020). Microbiological control of alcoholic fermentation. Ecocycles, 6(2), 57–72.
  9. Melichova, K., Majstríková, L., Valach, M., Strnal, M. (2018): Policy instruments and barriers to rural tourism development – a case study of cluster in the Liptov touristic region in Slovakia. Ecocycles, eISSN 2416-2140. Volume 4, issue 2. 2018
  10. Nagy, B. (2018): Experimented methods to moderate the impact of climate change in Auroville. Ecocycles, 4(1)
  11. Nemethy, S. (2020). A review of the book ’Cold-blooded Vertebrates in Nicaragua and its Regional Development’ by Ivo Pavlík and Miguel Ángel Garmendia Zapata. Ecocycles, 6(2), 54–56.
  12. Nemethy, S., Takacs, T., Szemethy, L., Lagerqvist, B., Barocsi, Z., Dinya, A., & Peterffy, I. (2020). Collection, cultivation and processing of medical plants, herbs and spices in the Balaton Ecomuseum – herbal medicine as intangible cultural heritage. Ecocycles, 6(1), 52–87.
  13. Némethy, Sándor (2019): The Balaton Ecomuseum – Touristic Product and Landscape Management in One System. In English with English and Polish abstract; Chapter in monography: Parki Narodowe i Otoczenie Społeczno – Gospodarcze. Skazani na Dialog (National Parks and the Socio – economic Environment. Condemned to Dialogue) pp. 175 – 203. Wyższa Szkoła Turystyki i Ekologii w Suchej Beskidzkiej, ISBN 978-83-947044-1-4
  14. Nemethy, S. (2019). Management of cultural landscapes through ecomuseums and landscape observatories – an evolutionary perspective, illustrated by the new concept of Balaton Ecomuseum. In: Ribeiro, Daniela; Gabrovec, Matej; Gasperic, Primoz; Gersic, Matjaz; Koderman, Miha (szerk.): IGU Thematic Conference “Transformation of Traditional Cultural Landscapes”: Abstract and Guide Book. Ljubljana, Slovenia: Zalozba ZRC, (2019) pp. 62-62., 1 p.
  15. Némethy, S., Zádori, I., Nemeskéri, Zs. (2019): Sustainability and Internationalization in Higher Education:The Case of the Sustainable Management of Cultural Landscape (SUMCULA) Interdisciplinary Programme Development. In: Fodorné, Tóth Krisztina; Németh, Balázs (szerk.): Higher education innovations in the age of learning: the challenges of digitalisation, skills development and networking – study volume. Pécs, Hungary, MELLearN – Higher Education Network for Lifelong Learning, (2019) pp. 255-263. 9 p.
  16. Némethy, Sándor (2019): Ásványi alapú talajjavító anyagok jelentősége a szőlészetekben. (The importance of mineral-based soil improvement substances in viticulture. In Hungarian). Értékálló Aranykorona, országos mezőgazdasági szaklap. 19. évf. 3. sz. 16 – 18. oldal. ISSN: 1586-9652 (Ref: MATARKA)
  17. Némethy, S. (2018): Bioenergetics in the Context of Society, Economy, and Environment (Bioenergetika társadalmi, gazdasági és környezeti kontextusban). In Hungarian with English abstract (translated to English for SUMCULA). Magyar Tudomány (Hungarian Science) 179 (8) pp. 1232 – 1243Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó. 2018/8
  18. Némethy, S. – Lagerqvist, B. (2018): Multifunctional organic agriculture and sustainable agritourism based on the utilization of local organic products – presentation of the Azienda Agricola Model developed after Italian good practices (in Hungarian: A multifunkcionális ökológiai mezőgazdaság és a helyi ökológiai termékek (organikus v. biotermékek) hasznosítására épülő fenntartható agroturizmus. Az olaszországi jó gyakorlatok alapján kifejlesztett Azienda Agricola Modell bemutatása. In: Gonda Tibor (szerk): Ízes vidék: A helyi termékek és a vadon termő növények szerepe a gasztronómiában és gasztroturizmusban. Pécs, Magyarország KampInvest Kft. pp. 108-129.
  19. Némethy, S. and Nemeskéri, Zs. (2018). Examining the knowledge sharing of administrative human resource management in Sweden and ways to develop HR professionals. In Hungarian, in: Szakács, Gábor; Csóka, Gabriella (eds.): Examining the international practice of knowledge management in human resource management and the development of HR professionals). Budapest, Hungary: National University of Public Service, Faculty of Political Science and Administration, (2018) pp. 201-228., 28 p.
  20. Némethy, S. and Nemeskéri, Zs. (2018). Examination of Sweden’s talent management system in public administration. In: Csóka, Gabriella; Krepelka, Ágnes (eds): Investigation of the international practice of talent management systems in public administration (In Hungarian). Budapest, Hungary: National University of Public Service, Faculty of Political Science and Administration, (2018) pp. 215-232., 18 p.
  21. Némethy, S. and Nemeskéri, Zs. (2018). An examination of Sweden’s leadership selection practice in its public administration. (In Hungarian) In: Csóka, Gabriella; Bokor, Márta (eds.): Investigation of the international practice of leader selection in public administration. Budapest, Hungary: National University of Public Service, Faculty of Political Science and Administration, (2018) pp. 211-226., 16 p.
  22. Némethy, S. (2018): Conservation of cultural landscapes based on the Azienda Agricola Model and the management of cultural heritage by creating landscape observatories and ecomuseums In: Dinya, László; Baranyi, Aranka (szerk.): XVI. International Scientific Days: „Sustainability challenges and answers” – Publications of the Scientific days (A Tudományos Napok Publikációi). Gyöngyös, Hungary: EKE Líceum Publishing (2018) 1 884 p. pp. 1325-1338., 15 p.
  23. Némethy, S., Lagerqvist, B., Dinya, L. Walas, B. and Zádori, I. (2017): A new higher education model for cross-disciplinary education of cultural landscape managers: the sumcula-concept. In: Hülber, László; Tamásné, Fekete Adrienn. (eds.): II. Educational Planning and Educational Informatics Conference: abstract volume. Eger, Hungary: Lyceum Publishing House, (2017) pp. 92-94., 3 p.
  24. Némethy, S., Dinya, L., Bujdosó, Z., Zádori, I. and Varga, G. (2017): Self-sustaining rural farms and village communities based on ecological cycles (in Hungarian). A FALU 32:1 pp. 15-26., 12 p. (2017) ISSN: 0237-4323
  25. Némethy, S., Walas, B. and Lagerqvist, B. (2017): The role of ecosystem services in rural tourism: Evaluation of carrying capacity of touiristic destinations in ecologically sensitive rural areas to prevent over-exploitation. Journal of central european green innovation 5:1 pp. 29-40., 12 p. (2017)
  26. Olah, Z., Okresz, L., Torok, I., Pestenacz, A., Harkai, A., & Kocsis, E. (2020). Effective natural food complements: anti-CoV-2 spike protein directed druggable inhibitors. Ecocycles, 6(2), 38–45.
  27. Otepka, P. and Grynenko, V. (2018): Sustainable development deficit in Europe: modelling, ranking, and classification of countries. Ecocycles, eISSN 2416-2140 | DOI prefix 10.19040. Volume 4, issue 1. 2018
  28. Palsova, L., & Benus, O. (2020). Enforceability of decisions of the Agricultural Paying Agency in matters of direct payments. Ecocycles, 6(2), 13–18.
  29. Pareek, N. (2020). India in a changing Arctic: an appraisal. Ecocycles, 6(1), 1–9.
  30. Pasierbek, T. (2019). Key pillars of the facile cooperation between environmental and cultural education in Poland. Ecocycles, 5(1), 13–18.

  1. Pavlík, I., Garmendia, M. Á. Z.: Cold-blooded Vertebrates in Nicaragua and its Regional Development. Part 2. Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic, 1st ed., ISBN 978-80-7509-524-4, 2018, pp. 188 (in Czech, English and Spanish).
  2. Ruggieri, G., & Calo, P. (2018). ICT and tourism impacts in islands. Ecocycles, 4(2), 4–11.
  3. Sekhniashvili, G. (2020). Wine tourism destination competitiveness: The case of Georgia. Ecocycles, 6(1), 39–51.
  4. Stefanic, F., & Stefanic, I. (2017). Future agriculture and food supply chain – not even doomsday preppers got it right. Ecocycles, 3(2), 17–23.

  1. Szekacs, A. and Komives, T. (2017): Research directions in plant protection chemistry. Ecocycles 3(2): 4-12 (2017) ISSN 2416-2140

  1. Ternell, A., Nilsson, A. M., Ohlen, B., Stenholm, D., & Berksjo, D. (2020). Public-private partnerships for multifunctional sustainable land use in peri-urban areas to mitigate the adverse effects of climate change. Ecocycles, 6(2), 73–90.
  2. Ternell, A., Stigson, P., Elmqvist, B., Olsson, J. A., Hanson, H., & Nilsson, A. M. (2020). Financial instruments for nature-based solutions to reduce the risks of flooding and drought. Ecocycles, 6(1), 110–133.
  3. Yavuzcan, H., & Bekcan, S. (2020). Control of ectoparasitosis in carp (Cyprinus carpio) induced by Gyrodactylus elegans (Monogenea) with garlic (Allium sativum) and onion (Allium cepa) extracts. Ecocycles, 6(1), 10–17.

  1. Walas, B., Fedyk, W., Pasierbek, T., Nemethy, S. (2018): Diagnosis of functioning of national parks in Poland in their socioeconomic environment. Economic Problems of Tourism 3/2018 (43). ISSN: 1644-0501 | pp. 69–79 |
  2. Walas, B., & Nemethy, S. (2017). Attempt to assess tourist products in rural areas based on the Kano method as basis of customer experience. Ecocycles, 3(2), 24–31.
  3. Walas, B., Fedyk, W., Pasierbek, T. and Némethy, S. (2018): Diagnosis of functioning of national parks in Poland in their socioeconomic environment. Economic Problems of Tourism 3: 43 pp. 69-79., 11 p. (2018).
  4. Wolski, A., & Jankowski, G. (2019). Riverside space and local communities: Selected theoretical aspects. Ecocycles, 5(2), 33–38.

  1. Zádori, I., Nemeskéri, Zs. and Némethy, S. (2017): Changing Human Landuse of an Island: Example of Cumberland Island. Acta Szekszardiensium: Scientific Publications 19:1 pp. 223-241., 20 p. (2017)

II. Books

  1. Carmelo Dazzi & Giuseppe Lo Papa (2021): Soil, Soilscapes, Land Evaluation. Edizioni Le Penseur, Italy

  2. Ivo Pavlík and Miguel Ángel Garmendia Zapata (2020): Chladnokrevní obratlovci v nikaragui a její regionální rozvoj / Cold-blooded vertebrates in nicaragua and its regional development / Vertebrados de sangre fría en nicaragua y su desarrollo regional (Three-lingual book, University of Brno, 2020)

III. Articles under publication (manuscripts received):

  1. Maria Lagerqvist & Bosse Lagerqvist (2021): Saving the unsavable – restoring Svenneby Old Church: the science, art and practice of heritage conservation. Ecocycles, vol. 7. pp: xx – xx.
  2. Lennart Bornmalm (2021): The wooden fishing boats and the shipyards – motorized Swedish-built wooden fishing boats in Swedish fishing. Ecocycles, vol. 7. pp: xx – xx.
  3. Sándor Némethy, Gábor Molnár, László Szemethy (2021): The landscape-based Balaton Ecomuseum – cultural tourism and landscape regional development in one system. Ecocycles, vol. 7. pp: xx – xx
  4. Anders Nilsson, Anna Ternell and Bosse Lagerqvist (2021): Landscape Observatory Västra Götaland – a holistic approach. Ecocycles, vol. 7. pp: xx – xx
  5. Zoltán Oláh & Éva Kocsis (2021): Human Gene & Culture Coevolution. Ecocycles, vol. 7. pp: xx – xx
  6. László Szemethy, István Lakatos és Zsuzsanna Szőke (2021): Investigation of antler distortions in cervids caused by mictoxins. Ecocycles, vol. 7. pp: xx – xx