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Teresa Montràs Janer

Teresa Montras Janer
Postdoctoral researcher at the Landscape ecology unit. My research seeks to understand how the interaction of climate change and land-use change shape species distributions and patterns of biodiversity across different temporal and spatial scales. I am also interested in the modelling and analytical applications intended to capture and investigate patterns and processes of spatial and spatio-temporal ecological data.

Background

During my PhD, I investigated spatial and temporal patterns of large grazing birds (geese, swans and cranes) and the crop damage they cause to guide management practices (https://slupub.slu.se/converis/mypages/browse/Publication/156923703).

Previously, I collaborated with the Great Reed Warbler team from Lund University on bird migration ecology research, and worked as a field ornithologist and bird ringer in Spain, UK, Canada, Colombia, Australia, Israel, Denmark and Sweden. 

Selected publications

Strong, E; Redpath, S, Montràs-Janer, T; Elmberg, J & Månsson, J (2021). Seeking greener pastures: crop selection by greylag geese (Anser anser) during the moulting season. Ornis Fennica. 98: 00 – 00 . 

Montràs-Janer, T; Knape, J; Stoessel, M; Nilsson, L; Tombre, I; Pärt, T & Månsson, J (2020). Spatio-temporal patterns of crop damage caused by geese, swans and cranes – Implications for crop damage prevention. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 300: 107001. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2020.107001

Montràs-Janer, T; Knape, J; Nilsson, L; Tombre, I; Pärt, T & Månsson, J (2019). Relating national levels of crop damage to the abundance of large grazing birds: Implications for management. Journal of Applied Ecology. 56 (10): 2286 – 2297. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13457

Hasselquist, D; Montràs-Janer, T.; Tarka, M & Hansson, B (2017). Individual consistency of long-distance migration in a songbird: significant repeatability of autumn route, stopovers and wintering sites but not in timing of migration. Journal of Avian Biology. 48 (1): 91 – 102. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jav.01292


Contact

Postdoctor at the Department of Ecology; NJ, Landscape Ecology Unit
Postal address:
Inst för Ekologi, Box 7044
750 07 UPPSALA
Visiting address: Ulls Väg 16, Uppsala