• Arthropod distribution in a tropical rainforest: tackling a four dimensional puzzle 

      Basset, Yves; Cizek, Lukas; Cuénoud, Philippe; Didham, Raphael K.; Novotny, Vojtech; Ødegaard, Frode; Roslin, Tomas; Tishechkin, Alexey K.; Schmidl, Jürgen; Winchester, Neville N.; Roubik, David W.; Aberlenc, Henri-Pierre; Bail, Johannes; Barrios, Héctor; Bridle, Jonathan R.; Castano-Meneses, Gabriela; Corbara, Bruno; Curletti, Gianfranco; da Rocha, Wesley Duarte; de Bakker, Domir; Medianero, Enrique; de Oliveira, Evandro Gama; Orivel, Jérôme; Marc, Pollet; Rapp, Mathieu; Ribeiro, Sérvio P.; Roisin, Yves; Schmidt, Jesper B.; Sørensen, Line; Lewinsohn, Thomas M.; Leponce, Maurice; Kitching, Roger L. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Quantifying the spatio-temporal distribution of arthropods in tropical rainforests represents a first step towards scrutinizing the global distribution of biodiversity on Earth. To date moststudies have focused on narrow ...
    • Assessing the effects of climate on host-parasite interactions: a comparative study of European birds and their parasites 

      Møller, Anders Pape; Merino, Santiago; Soler, Juan José; Antonov, Anton; Badás, Elisa P.; Calero-Torralbo, Miguel A.; de Lope, Florentino; Eeva, Tapio; Figuerola, Jordi; Flensted-Jensen, Einar; Garamszegi, László Zsolt; González-Braojos, Sonia; Gwinner, Helga; Hanssen, Sveinn Are; Heylen, Dieter; Ilmone, Petteri; Klarborg, Kurt; Korpimäki, Erkki; Martínez, Javier; Martínez-de la Puente, Josue; Marzal, Alfonso; Matthysen, Erik; Matyjasiak, Piotr; Molina-Morales, Mercedes; Moreno, Juan; Mousseau, Timothy A.; Nielsen, Jan Tøttrup; Pap, Peter László; Rivero-de Aguilar, Juan; Shurulinkov, Peter; Slagsvold, Tore; Szép, Tibor; Szöllösi, Eszter; Török, Janos; Vaclav, Radovan; Valera, Fransisco; Ziane, Nadia (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Background: Climate change potentially has important effects on distribution, abundance, transmission and virulence of parasites in wild populations of animals. Methodology/Principal Finding: Here we analyzed paired ...
    • Constraining forest certificate's market to improve cost-effectiveness of biodiversity conservation in São Paulo state, Brazil 

      Bernasconi, Paula; Blumentrath, Stefan; Barton, David Nicholas; Rusch, Graciela; Romeiro, Ademar R. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      The recently launched Brazilian ªforest certificatesº market is expected to reduce environmental compliance costs for landowners through an offset mechanism, after a long history of conservation laws based in command-and-control ...
    • Could Have Gone Wrong: Effects of Abrupt Changes in Migratory Behaviour on Harvest in a Waterbird Population 

      Madsen, Jesper; Christensen, Thomas Kjær; Balsby, Thorsten J. S.; Tombre, Ingunn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      To sustainably exploit a population, it is crucial to understand and reduce uncertainties about population processes and effects of harvest. In migratory species, management is challenged by geographically separated changing ...
    • DNA metabarcoding reveals diet overlap between the endangered walia ibex and domestic goats - implications for conservation 

      Mewicha, Berihun Gebremedhin; Flagstad, Øystein; Bekele, Afework; Gelete, Desalegn Chala; Bakkestuen, Vegar; Boessenkool, Sanne; Popp, Magnus; Gusarova, Galina; Schrøder-Nielsen, Audun; Nemomissa, Sileshi; Brochmann, Christian; Stenseth, Nils Christian; Epp, Laura (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Human population expansion and associated degradation of the habitat of many wildlife species cause loss of biodiversity and species extinctions. The small Simen Mountains National Park in Ethiopia is one of the last ...
    • From Svalbard to Siberia: Passerines breeding in the High Arctic also endure the Extreme cold of the Western Steppe 

      Snell, Katherine R. S.; Stokke, Bård Gunnar; Moksnes, Arne; Thorup, Kasper; Fossøy, Frode (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Few species are adapted to high latitudes, and many over-winter in milder climates with migrations involving extensive barrier crossings. By escaping extreme conditions for the majority of the year, physiological and ...
    • Genes suggest ancestral colour polymorphisms are shared across morphologically cryptic species in Arctic Bumblebees 

      Williams, Paul H.; Byvaltsev, Alexandr M.; Cederberg, Björn; Berezin, Mikhail V.; Ødegaard, Frode; Rasmussen, Claus Nygaard; Richardson, Leif L.; Huang, Jiaxing; Sheffield, Cory S.; Williams, Suzanne T. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Our grasp of biodiversity is fine-tuned through the process of revisionary taxonomy. If species do exist in nature and can be discovered with available techniques, then we expect these revisions to converge on broadly ...
    • Integrating data from multiple sources for insights into demographic processes: Simulation studies and proof of concept for hierarchical change-in-ratio models 

      Nilsen, Erlend Birkeland; Strand, Olav (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Nilsen EB, Strand O (2018) Integrating data from multiple sources for insights into demographic processes: Simulation studies and proof of concept for hierarchical change-in-ratio models. PLoS ONE 13(3): e0194566. ...
    • Macrophytes shape trophic niche variation among generalist fishes 

      Vejříková, Ivana; Eloranta, Antti; Vejřík, Lukáš; Šmejkal, Marek; Cech, Martin; Sajdlová, Zuzana; Frouzova, Jaroslava; Kiljunen, Mikko; Peterka, Jiří (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Generalist species commonly have a fundamental role in ecosystems as they can integrate spatially distinct habitats and food-web compartments, as well as control the composition, abundance and behavior of organisms at ...
    • Memory effects on movement behavior in animal foraging 

      Bracis, Chloe; Gurarie, E.; Van Moorter, Bram; Goodwin, R Andrew (Peer reviewed, 2015)
    • More stable productivity of semi natural grasslands than sown pastures in a seasonally dry climate 

      Ospina, Sonia; Rusch, Graciela; Pezo, Danilo; Casanoves, Fernando; Sinclair, Fergus L. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      In the Neotropics the predominant pathway to intensify productivity is generally thought to be to convert grasslands to sown pastures, mostly in monoculture. This article examines how above-ground net primary productivity ...
    • Numerical responses of saproxylic beetles to rapid increases in dead wood availability following geometrid moth outbreaks in sub-arctic mountain birch forest 

      Laksforsmo Vindstad, Ole Petter; Schultze, Sabrina; Jepsen, Jane Uhd; Biuw, Erik Martin; Kapari, Lauri Teemu; Sverdrup-Thygeson, Anne; Ims, Rolf Anker (Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Saproxylic insects play an important part in decomposing dead wood in healthy forest ecosystems, but little is known about their role in the aftermath of large-scale forest mortality caused by pest insect outbreaks. We ...
    • Respiratory virus detection and clinical diagnosis in children attending day care 

      Moe, Nina; Pedersen, Bård; Nordbø, Svein Arne; Skanke, Lars Høsøien; Krokstad, Sidsel; Smyrnaios, Anastasios; Døllner, Henrik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    • Right on track? Performance of satellite telemetry in terrestrial wildlife research 

      Hofman, M.P.G.; Hayward, M.W.; Heim, Morten; Marchand, P.; Rolandsen, Christer Moe; Mattisson, Jenny; Urbano, Ferdinando; Heurich, Marco; Mysterud, Atle; Melzheimer, Jörg; Morellet, Nicolas; Voigt, Ulrich; Allen, B.L.; Gehr, B.; Rouco, C.; Ullmann, W.; Holand, Øystein; Jørgensen, Nicolai Hermann; Steinheim, Geir; Cagnacci, Fransesca; Kroeschel, Max; Kaczensky, Petra; Buuveibaatar, Bayarbaatar; Payne, J.C.; Palmegiani, I.; Jerina, K.; Kjellander, P.; Johansson, Ö.; LaPoint, S.; Bayrakcismith, R.; Linnell, John Durrus; Zaccaroni, M.; Jorge, M.L.S.; Oshima, J.E.F.; Songhurst, A.; Fischer, C.; Mc Bride Jr., R.T.; Thompson, J.J.; Streif, S.; Sandfordt, R.; Bonenfant, Christophe; Drouilly, M.; Klapproth, M.; Zinner, D.; Yarnell, R.; Stronza, A.; Wilmott, L.; Meisingset, Erling L.; Thaker, M.; Vanak, A.T.; Odden, John (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Satellite telemetry is an increasingly utilized technology in wildlife research, and current devices can track individual animal movements at unprecedented spatial and temporal resolutions. However, as we enter the golden ...
    • The range of the mange: Spatiotemporal patterns of sarcoptic mange in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) as revealed by camera trapping 

      Odden, Morten; Linnell, John Durrus; Odden, John; Carricondo-Sanchez, David (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Sarcoptic mange is a widely distributed disease that affects numerous mammalian species. We used camera traps to investigate the apparent prevalence and spatiotemporal dynamics of sarcoptic mange in a red fox population ...