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Climate Change- Hungary

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Rebeka Varga

on 18 February 2014

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The fauna of treeless communities
field mouse
field vole
hamster
field hare
suslik
pheasant
partridge
dove
bustard
Climate Change- Hungary
Biodiversity
Biodiversity is the degree of variation of life. This can refer to genetic variation, species variation, or ecosystem variation within an area, biome, or planet.
Communities in Hungary
Woody communities
Climazonal forests
:
1.turkey oak forest
2.honrbeam-oak forest
3.beech forest
4.coniferous forests
Intrazonal forests:
5.gallery forests
6.fen woods
7.sandy forests
8.tomentous/fluffy oak forests
9.lime tree-ash mixed forests
Fauna of tree communities
red deer
roe deer
fallow deer
wild boar
wood mouse
red squirrels
wood voles
fat dormice
bud-eating birds
gypsy moth
insectivorous songbirds
woodpeckers
shrew
Treeless communities
Intrazonal treeless communities
sandy grasslands
saline communities
rock grasses
slope steppe meadows
fen meadows
swamp/marsh meadows
high sedge communities
reeds
weed communities
Some geographic features
The fauna of aquatic communities
Moderately continental climate
4 seasons
Annual mean temperature: 10 Celsius degree
Average annual rainfall: around 600-1000 mm

Hungary

Population: 10 million
Area: 93,000 sq km
Capital city: Budapest
Location: Carpathian Basin

Country in the heart of Europe

Moderately continental climate
4 seasons
Annual mean temperature: 10 Celsius degree
Average annual rainfall: around 600-1000 mm

Climate

-At the crossroads of three climates:

- Continental
- Oceanic
Mediterranean

VULNERABILITY



bats
red fox
badger
wild cat
marten
falconiforms
owls
worms
insects
snails
fungi
bacteria
grasshoppers
crickets
locusts
falnoniforms
worms
insects
fungi
bacteria
Aquatic communities
Aquatic plants
rooted acquatic plants
water lily
arrowhead
water spike
floating tangly
pondweeds
watersilk
lemna
thalloid algae
phytoplankton
protozoa
sponges
worms
snails
hydra
water fleas
cyclopses
insect larvae
water strider
insects
fish amphibians
birds
eels
carp
bream
snails
mussels
crayfish
bacteria
Lake Balaton
Also called "the Hungarian Sea"
The largest lake in Middle Europe
It is a freshwater and shallow lake
The Zala River provides water inflow
77km long and about 3-3.6 m deep
Tourism is important there
At some parts it is possible to go fishing
Was created in the mesozoic
37 fish species






Small Balaton
National Parks in Hungary
Name Date of establishment
Hortobágyi NP 1973
Kiskunsági NP 1975
Bükki NP 1977
Aggteleki NP 1985
Fertő-Hanság NP 1919
Duna-Dráva NP 1996
Körös-Maros NP 1997
Balaton-Felvidéki NP 1997
Duna-Ipoly NP 1997
Őrségi NP 2002
UNESCO World Heritage and Natura 2000
the caves of Aggtelek
the Tihany Peninsula
Tokaj wine region
the Old Village of Hollókő
the Puszta at the Hortobágyi National Park.

Lake Hévíz
Balatonfelvidéki National Park
8km from Keszthely
2nd largest thermal lake in the world
Several species can be found only there
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