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PhD students

Current students

Helena Olsson  - Conservation Ecology

PhD theses

Hristina Bodin [Bojcevska] (2013) Wastewater treatment in constructed wetlands: Effects of vegetation, hydraulics and data analysis methods

Håkan Lättman (2012) Studies on spatial and temporal distributions of epiphytic lichens

Nicklas Jansson (2009) Habitat requirements and preservation of the beetle assemblages associated with hollow oaks

Johan Bergstedt (2008) Boreal vegetation responses to forestry as reflected in field trial and survey data and the quality of cover estimates and presence/absence in vegetation inventory

Laila Karsson (2007) Seed dormancy and germination in an ecological context: comparative studies of annual weeds

Sofia Bastviken (2006) Nitrogen removal in treatment wetlands: factors influencing spatial and temporal variations

Elisabeth Lundkvist (2003) Diversity, dispersal, and interactions among diving beetles and mosquitoes in Swedish wetlands

Gustav Ebenå (2003) Sulfidic mine waste migroorganisms in an ecological context

Jenny Bäckman (2003) Nitrification and nitrifying bacterial communitites in coniferous forest soils: effects of liming and clear-cutting

Karl-Olof Bergman (2000) Ecology and conservation of the butterfly Lopinga achine

Annie Jonsson (2000) Life histories and population dynamics

Licenciate theses

Karin Johannesson (2011) Analysis of phosphorus retention variations in constructed wetlands receiving variable loads from arable land

Håkan Lättman (2008) Description of spatial and temporal distributions of epiphytic lichens

Hristina Bojcevska [Bodin] (2007) Treamtent wetlands in a tropical climate

Johan Bergstedt (2004) Boreal vegetation responses to forestry as reflected in field trial and survey data

Sofia Bastviken (2002) Nitrogren removal in treatment wetlands: model and microcosm studies

Elisabeth Lundkvist (2000) The importance of wetlands for biodiversity in agricultural and urban landscapes

Gustav Ebenå (2001) The environmental context of Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidnas and its potential role as an ecosystem engineer in sulphidic mine waste

Karl-Olof Bergman (1998) Host plant choice, habitat selection, dispersal ability and population structure of a threatened butterly, Lopinga achine


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