Other publications

Other publications

Publication

High Grazing Pressure of Geese Threatens Conservation and Restoration of Reed Belts (November 2018)

Where to go goose hunting? Using pattern-oriented modeling to better understand human decision processes. Human Dimensions of Wildlife (August 2018)

Managing geese with recreational hunters? Ambio (July 2018)

Maize stubble as foraging habitat for wintering geese and swans in northern Europe. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (May 2018)

Taiga Bean Goose

ЛЕСНОЙ ГУМЕННИК В ЯМАЛО-НЕНЕЦКОМ АВТОНОМНОМ ОКРУГЕ (June 2018)

Report: Staging and wintering Taiga Bean Geese Anser fabalis fabalis in south Sweden 2016/17 - 2018/19 (February 2019)

Making do with less: must sparse data preclude informed harvest strategies for European waterbirds? Ecological Applications (December 2017)

 

Pink-footed Goose

Crippling ratio: A novel approach to assess hunting-induced wounding of wild animals. Ecological Indicators (September 2017)

Body mass dynamics of pink-footed geese (Anser brachyrhynchus) during stopover on autumn migration in Norway. Waterbirds (July 2017)

Combining modelling tools to evaluate a goose management scheme. Ambio (March 2017)

Scaring as a tool to alleviate crop damage by geese: Revealing differences between farmers’ perceptions and the scale of the problem. Ambio (March 2017)

Goose management schemes to resolve conflicts with agriculture: Theory, practice and effects. Ambio (March 2017)

Implementation of the first adaptive management plan for a European migratory waterbird population: The case of the Svalbard pink-footed goose Anser brachyrhynchus. Ambio (February 2017)

Eggs brought in from afar: Svalbard-breeding pink-footed geese can fly their eggs across the Barents Sea. Journal of Avian Biology (February 2017)

Impact of hunting along the migration corridor of pink-footed geese (Anser brachyrhynchus) - implications for sustainable harvest management. Journal of Applied Ecology (December 2016)

Improving goose hunting practices at a regional scale: learning from Nord-Trøndelag, Norway. Journal of Wildlife Biology (November 2016*)

Arctic tundra degradation: late snow melt and grubbing. Ecoscience (October 2016*)

Regulation of the hunting season as a tool for adaptive harvest management? Journal of Wildlife Biology (September 2016*)

Is it worthwhile scaring geese to alleviate crop damages? Journal of Applied Ecology (January 2016*)

Response of pink-footed geese to the loss of a key autumn staging area. Journal of Ornithology (August 2015*)

Abrupt Changes in Migratory Behaviour on Harvest. PLOSOne (August 2015*)

Measuring neck collar loss of Pink-footed Geese. BTO Bird Study (July 2015*)

Winter Harshness and Post-Winter Body Condition on Spring-Fattening in Pink-footed Geese. PLOSOne (July 2015*)

Value of information in natural resource management: technical developments and application to pink-footed geese. Ecology and Evolution (November 2014)

Influence of spring snow cover, food proximity and predators on the breeding of pink-footed geese. Polar Biology (September 2014*)

Effects of neckbands on body condition of migratory geese. Journal of Ornithology (May 2014*)

Uncertainty, robustness, and the value of information in managing an expanding Arctic goose population. Ecological Modelling (December 2013)

Improving the allocation of subsidies to alleviate goose-agricultural conflicts. Ambio (December 2013*)

The connectivity between east and west populations of the pink-footed goose. Journal of Applied Ecology (December 2013*)

Stakeholder perspectives when setting waterbird population targets. PLOSOne (November 2013*)

Snow conditions as an estimator for breeding output of pink-footed geese. Polar Biology (November 2013*)

Evaluating the impact of uncertainty when managing  the pink-footed goose population. Ecological Modelling (October 2013*)

Working towards resolving goose-agricultural conflicts in North Norway. PLOSOne (August 2013*)

 

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* online academic publication