Prof Ove Eriksson

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Evolutionary ecology of dust seeds: recruitment processes and interactions with fungi
01/01/2011 - 31/12/2013
Angiosperms possess a tremendous variation in seed size, from several kilogram giants down to seeds weighing just a few micrograms. Understanding the ecological and evolutionary background of this variation has attracted a lot of attention. I have previously contributed to this f...

Community recruitment limitation - an assessment of species pool effects and their dependence of landscape context
01/01/2008 - 31/12/2010
This project concerns the mechanisms that determine assembly of communities of plant species, and focuses explicitly on processes that act on various spatial and temporal scales. The major objectives of the project are to examine community level seed limitation and the effects of...

The role of propagule pressure for shifts in vegetation composition: niche vs dispersal assembly of semi-natural grasslands and deciduous forest communities
01/01/2007 - 31/12/2009
This proposal is a development of previous research funded by Formas, aiming at providing basic knowledge of how recruitment processes influence species diversity of fragmented habitats with high conservation values, semi-natural grasslands and species-rich deciduous forests....

01/01/2001 - 31/12/2008
Det interdisciplinära forskningsprogrammet HagmarksMISTRA har fått anslag för två faser (2001-2008). Medfi nansiering av forskningsprogrammet sker via olika universitetsinstitutioner och forskningsanslag från bland annat lantbruksnäringen.


Vulnerability of Ecosystem Services to Land Use Change in Traditional Agricultural Landscapes
01/11/2002 - 31/10/2005
VISTA aims to compile an integrated assessment of the vulnerability of European traditional agro pastoral landscapes to land use change (LUC) that will assist land managers and policy makers in their sustainable development strategies. VISTA will use Plant Functional Traits (PFT)...

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