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Jörgen Sjögren

Jörgen Sjögren

Selected publications

(Between 2003 and 2018 as Rudolphi)

35. Klein, J., Low, M., Sjögren, J., Eggers, S. (In print) Short-term experimental support for bird diversity retention measures during thinning in European boreal forests. (Accepted for publication in FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT)

34. Bostedt, G., de Jong, J., Ekvall, H., Hof, A., Sjögren, J., Zabel, A. (2021) An empirical model for forest landscape planning and its financial consequences for landowners. SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH 36(7-8): 626-638; doi: 10.1080/02827581.2021.1998599

33. Klein, J., Low, M., Thor, G., Sjögren, J., Lindberg, E., Eggers, S. (2021) Tree species identity and composition shape the epiphytic lichen community of structurally simple boreal forests over vast areas. PLoS ONE  16(9): e0257564; doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0257564
32. Espinosa del Alba, C., Hjältén, J., Sjögren, J. (2021) Restoration strategies in boreal forests: Differing field and ground layer response to ecological restoration by burning and gap cutting. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 494; doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2021.119357
31. Maher Hasselquist, E., Kuglerová, L., Sjögren, J., Hjältén, J., Ring, E., Sponseller, R., Andersson, E., Lundström, J., Mancheva, I., Nordin, A., Laudon, H. (2021) Moving towards multi-layered, mixed-species forests in riparian buffers will enhance their long-term function in boreal landscapes. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 493; doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2021.119254
30. Stüber, M., Tack, A., Zewdie, B., Mendesil, E., Shimeles, T., Ayalew, B., Nemomissa, S., Sjögren, J., Wezel, A., Hylander, K. (2021) Multi-scale mosaics in top-down pest control by ants from natural coffee forests to plantations. ECOLOGY doi: 10.1002/ecy.3376
29. Rodríguez, A., Hekkala, A.-M., Sjögren, J., Strengbom, J., Löfroth, T. (2021) Boreal forest fertilization leads to functional homogenization of ground beetle assemblages. JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.13877
28. Kärvemo, S, Jönsson, M, Hekkala, A-M, Sjögren, J, Strengbom, J. (2021) Multi-taxon conservation in northern forest hot-spots: the role of forest characteristics and spatial scales. LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY 36, 989-1002; doi: 10.1007/s10980-021-01205-x

27. Jönsson M., Sjögren J., Hannrup B., Larsolle A., Mörtberg U., Nordström M., Olsson, B., Strömgren M. (2020) A spatially explicit decision support model for assessment of tree stump harvest using biodiversity and economic criteria. SUSTAINABILITY 12, 8900; doi:10.3390/su12218900
26. Klein, J., Thor, G., Low, M., Sjögren, J., Lindgren, E., Eggers, S. (2020) What is good for birds is not always good for lichens: interactions between forest structure and species richness in managed boreal forests. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 473; doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118327
25. Bjärstig, T., Sandström, C., Sjögren, J., Sonesson, J., Nordin, A. (2019) A struggling collaborative process – revisiting the woodland key habitat concept in Swedish forests. SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH; doi: 10.1080/02827581.2019.1674916
24. Ranius T., Hämäläinen A., Sjögren J., Hiron M., Jonason D., Kubart A., Schroeder M., Dahlberg A., Thor G., Jonsell M. (2019) The Evolutionary Species Pool Concept does not explain occurrence patterns of dead-wood dependent organisms: implications for logging residue extraction. OECOLOGIA; doi: 10.1007/s00442-019-04473-2

23. Michanek, G., Bostedt, G., Ekvall, H., Forsberg, M., Hof, A., de Jong, J., Rudolphi, J., Zabel, A. 2018. Landscape planning – Paving the way for effective conservation of forest biodiversity and a diverse forestry? FORESTS 9, 523; doi:10.3390/f9090523

22. Hof. R. A., Löfroth, T., Rudolphi, J., Work, T., Hjältén, J. 2018. Simulating long-term effects of bioenergy extraction on dead wood availability at a landscape scale in Sweden. FORESTS 9,457; doi:10.3390/f9080457 

21. Ranius, T., Hämäläinen, A., Egnell, G., Olsson, B., Eklöf, K., Stendahl, J, Rudolphi, J., Sténs, A., Felton, A. 2018. The effects of logging residue extraction for energy on ecosystem services and biodiversity: a synthesis. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 209: 409-425.

20. Santaniello, F., Djupström, L., Ranius, T., Weslien, J-O., Rudolphi, J., Sonesson, J. 2017. Simulated long-term effects of varying tree retention on wood production, dead wood and carbon stock changes. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 201: 37-44

19. Ranius T., Rudolphi J., Sténs A., Mårald E. 2017. Conflicting demands and shifts between policy and intra-scientific orientation during conservation research programmes. AMBIO 46: 621-629

18. Santaniello, F., Djupström, L., Weslien, J-O., Ranius, T., Rudolphi, J., Thor, G. 2017. Large proportion of wood dependent lichens in boreal pine forest are confined to old hard wood. BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION 26(6): 1295-1310

17. Olsson, B., Hannrup B., Jönsson M., Larsolle A., Mörtberg U., Nordström M., Rudolphi J., Strömgren M. 2017. A decision support model for individual tree stump harvesting options based on criteria for economic return and environmental protection. SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH 32(3): 246-259

16. Rudolphi J., Strengbom J. 2016. No support for long-term effects of commercial tree stump harvest on understory vegetation. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 371: 84-89.

15. Santaniello, F., Djupström, L., Ranius, T., Rudolphi, J., Widenfalk, O., Weslien, J-O. 2016. Effects of partial cutting on logging productivity, economic return and dead wood in boreal pine forest. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 365:152-158.

14. Felton, A., Gustafsson, L., Roberge, J-M., Ranius, T., Hjältén, J., Rudolphi, J., Lindbladh, M., Weslien, J-O., Rist, L., Brunet, J., Felton, A.M. 2016. How climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies can threaten or enhance the biodiversity of production forests: Insights from Sweden. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION 194: 11-20.

13. Frisch A., Rudolphi J., Sheil D., Caruso A., Thor G., Gustafsson L. (2015) Epiphytic lichen communities are better predicted by tree species composition than by other environmental factors in an African montane rainforest. BIOTROPICA 47(5): 542–549.

12. Gonthier D., Ennis K., Farinas S., Hsieh H., Iverson A.L., Batáry P., Rudolphi J., Tscharntke T., Cardinale B.J., Perfecto I. (2014) Biodiversity conservation in agriculture requires a multi-scale approach. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B 281:20141358

11. Frisch A., Rudolphi J., Thor G. (2014) Herpothallon inopinatum (Arthoniaceae), a new lichen species from Mexico. ANNALES BOTANICI FENNICI 51: 63-68.

10. Ranius T., Caruso A, Jonsell M., Juutinen A., Thor G., Rudolphi, J. (2014) Dead wood creation to compensate for habitat loss from intensified forestry. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION 169: 277-284.

9. Rudolphi J., Jönsson M.T., Gustafsson L. (2014) Biological legacies buffer local species extinction after logging. JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY 51(1): 53-62.

8. Caruso A., Rudolphi J., Rydin H. (2011) Positive edge effects on epixylic forest cryptogams in matrix habitats. PLoS ONE 6 (11): e27936.

7.  Rudolphi J., Caruso A., von Cräutlein M., Laaka-Lindberg S., Ryömä R., Berglund H. (2011) Relative importance of thinned and clear-cut stands for bryophyte diversity on stumps. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 261: 1911-1918.

6.  Rudolphi J., Gustafsson L. (2011) Forests regenerating after clear-cutting function as habitat for bryophyte and lichen species of conservation concern. PLoS ONE 6(4): e18639.

5. Caruso A. & Rudolphi J. (2009) Influence of substrate age and quality on species diversity of lichens and bryophytes on stumps. THE BRYOLOGIST 112 (3): 520-531.

4. Rudolphi J. (2009) Ant-mediated dispersal of asexual moss propagules. THE BRYOLOGIST 112 (1): 73-79.

3. Caruso A., Rudolphi J., Thor G. (2008) Lichen species diversity and substrate amounts in young planted boreal forests: A comparison between slash and stumps of Picea abies. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION 141 (1): 47-55.

2. Rudolphi J., Gustafsson L. (2005) Effects of forest-fuel harvesting on the amount of deadwood on clear-cuts. SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH 20 (3): 235-242.

1. Snäll T., Hagström A., Rudolphi J., Rydin, H. (2004) Distribution pattern of the epiphyte Neckera pennata on three spatial scales - importance of past landscape structure, connectivity and local conditions. ECOGRAPHY 27 (6): 757-766.