My interest in nature started early, and so did my interest in research. Over the years, this has involved forestry, forest ecology, wetland ecology, species-rich grasslands, arable land, general plant ecology and especially seed ecology. A common theme is my strive for doing something useful beyond the narrow community of researchers. Along this line, I am an advocate of evidence-based conservation. I have enjoyed travelling, in search for interesting plants and birds, was a postdoc in Western Australia, and have supervised PhD students working in Ethiopia and Nicaragua.
- BSc in 1987 (biology, chemistry, quaternary geology & forestry; Lund, Uppsala, Umeå, Stockholm)
- PhD in 1993 (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala)
- Docent (associate professor) in 1996, in crop production science
- Postdoc, School of Environmental Biology, Curtin University in Perth, Australia
- Professor of ecology since 2005
- Adjunct professor sinece 2016
Over the years, I have taught mainly in the following areas: botany, ecology, evolution, conservation biology; I was responsible for the two-year MSc programme in "Ecology & the Environment".
I am one of the subject editors of Nordic Journal of Botany. For many years, I was a member of the editorial board of Seed Science Research and acted as a subject editor of Weed Research.
Contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org
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Last updated: 06/22/16