Publications in collaboration with researchers from Stockholm University (111)

2023

  1. Abundance and trait-matching both shape interaction frequencies between plants and birds in seed-dispersal networks

    Basic and Applied Ecology, Vol. 66, pp. 11-21

  2. Artificial intelligence as a potential tool for micro-histological analysis of herbivore diets

    European Journal of Wildlife Research, Vol. 69, Núm. 1

  3. Impact of patch age and size on forest soil characteristics in European agricultural landscapes

    Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 898

  4. Maladaptive plastic responses of flowering time to geothermal heating

    Ecology, Vol. 104, Núm. 10

  5. Spring temperature drives phenotypic selection on plasticity of flowering time

    Spring temperature drives phenotypic selection on plasticity of flowering time

  6. Spring temperature drives phenotypic selection on plasticity of flowering time

    Spring temperature drives phenotypic selection on plasticity of flowering time

  7. Spring temperature drives phenotypic selection on plasticity of flowering time

    Spring temperature drives phenotypic selection on plasticity of flowering time

  8. Spring temperature drives phenotypic selection on plasticity of flowering time

    Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, Vol. 290, Núm. 2006, pp. 20230670

  9. Temporal activity patterns of bears, wolves and humans in the Cantabrian Mountains, northern Spain

    European Journal of Wildlife Research, Vol. 69, Núm. 5

  10. The relative importance of abiotic and biotic environmental conditions for taxonomic, phylogenetic, and functional diversity of spiders across spatial scales

    Oecologia, Vol. 202, Núm. 2, pp. 261-273

2022

  1. Abundance, predation, and habitat associations of lemming winter nests in northern Sweden

    Ecosphere, Vol. 13, Núm. 6

  2. Data from flowering plants of Cerastium fontanum recorded in 2017 and 2018 in Hengill, a sub-arctic geothermal area in SW-Iceland (64°03’N; 21°18’W, ~360 m.a.s.l.)

    Data from flowering plants of Cerastium fontanum recorded in 2017 and 2018 in Hengill, a sub-arctic geothermal area in SW-Iceland (64°03’N; 21°18’W, ~360 m.a.s.l.)