John Strand

John Strand

PhD Limnology, Hushållningssällskapet Halland

Research interests: Applied research on ecosystem services of constructed wetlands in the agricultural landscapes and the multi-functionality of CWs (e.g. nutrient retention, aquatic biodiversity, buffering).  Also work with applied nature conservation measures and environmental monitoring projects and advisory service to landowners. Project leader for: “Constructed wetlands as hydrological Buffers”.

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Tel. +46 (0) 70-843 82 18

Lisa Feuerbach-Wengel

Lisa Feuerbach-Wengel

BSc. Environmental Science, Hushållningssällskapet Halland

Sofia Hedman

Sofia Hedman

BSc Biology, Hushållningssällskapet Halland

Lea Schneider

Lea Schneider

PhD Aquatic Ecology, Hushållningssällskapet Halland

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+46 (0) 73-960 11 50

 

 

Björn Klatt

Björn Klatt

Sci.agr.dr. Agroecology, Lund University/Hushållningssällskapet Halland

Research interests: The influence of climate change, pesticides, land-use change and their combinations on bees and pollination as an ecosystem function and the development of new strategies to mitigate detrimental effects from such stressors. Project leader for: “Wetlands 2.0”.

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Peter Hambäck

Peter Hambäck

Professor Ecology, Stockholm University

Research interests: Arthropod ecology, with a particular focus on the landscape ecology of species interactions. Within wetlandscape ecology, the interest is focussed on the role of the aquatic system on species living on the shoreline. Project leader for: “Managing constructed and natural wetlands for arthropod diversity in agricultural landscapes”.

peter.hamback(a)su.se.

Tel. +46 (0) 73-076 51 26

David Åhlén

David Åhlén

PhD-student Ecology, Stockholm University

Research interests: Terrestrial arthropod community dynamics, and the effect of management regimes of CW’s in the agricultural landscape. Mainly working with spiders and predatory insects to investigate aquatic-terrestrial interactions in predator-prey systems.

david.ahlen(a)su.se.

+46 (0)76-296 20 64

Jerker Jarsjö

Jerker Jarsjö

Professor Hydrologi, Stockholm University

Research interests: Wetland hydrology, hydro-climatic conditions and large-scale wetland systems within the landscape. This includes relations between hydrological characteristics (water levels, water residence times, and discharges) and wetland functions (buffering capacity, retention of nutrients / pollutants and biodiversity support).

jerker.jarsjo(a)natgeosu.se.

+46 (0) 8-16 49 58

Imenne Åhlén

Imenne Åhlén

PhD-student Hydrology, Stockholm University

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