Our research provides a scientific basis for the management of Swedish wildlife and predators. Information is needed on how the animals live and where in Sweden they are found, alongside biological
I am a spatial ecologist with broad interest in the interactions of animals with their environment, including humans. I enjoy linking ecological and evolutionary theory with data, developing new
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I work mainly with populations and communities of birds in agricultural landscapes, but sometimes I include plants, insects and mammals as well. I view basic science as an important part of my
My main research interest is within the classical field of factors explaining differences in spatial distribution and foraging patterns of animals, from a small spatial level (e.g. foraging site) to
email@example.com I have a MSc in horticulture and is a science editor at the division of communication. I am also the main editor of SLU:s external web. More information on the Swedish page.
The Swedish Wildlife Damage Centre provides information and education about management of protected wildlife, such as large carnivores and large grazing birds.