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Scientific publications

2018

  1. De Wit P, Yamada K, Panova M, André C & Johannesson KDiet-dependent gene expression highlights the importance of Cytochrome P450 in detoxification of algal secondary metabolites in a marine isopod. Scientific Reports, November 2018.
  2. Lundmark C, Sandström A, Andersson K and Laikre L. Monitoring the effects of knowledge communication on conservation managers’ perception of genetic biodiversity – A case study from the Baltic Sea. Marine Policy, October 2018.
  3. Rugiu L, Manninen I, Rothäusler E and Jormalainen V. Tolerance to climate change of the clonally reproducing endemic Baltic seaweed, Fucus radicans: is phenotypic plasticity enough? Journal of Phycology, October 2018.
  4. Rothäusler E, Rugiu L and Jormalainen V. Forecast climate change conditions sustain growth and physiology but hamper reproduction in range-margin populations of a foundation rockweed species. Marine Environmental Research, September 2018.
  5. Heckwolf MJ, Meyer BS, Döring T, Eizaguirre C and Reusch TBH. Transgenerational plasticity and selection shape the adaptive potential of sticklebacks to salinity change. Evolutionary Applications, August 2018.
  6. Thorsten B. H. Reusch, Dierking J, Andersson HC, Bonsdorff E, Carstensen J, Casini M, Czajkowski M, Hasler B, Hinsby K, Hyytiäinen K, Johannesson K, Jomaa S, Jormalainen V, Kuosa H, Kurland S, Laikre L, MacKenzie BR, Margonski , Melzner F, Oesterwind D, Ojaveer H, Refsgaard JC, Sandström A, Schwarz G, Tonderski K, Winder M and Zandersen M. The Baltic Sea as a time machine for the future coastal ocean. Science Advances, May 2018.
  7. Jonsson PR, Kotta J, Andersson HC, Herkül K, Virtanen E, Nyström Sandman A and Johannesson K. High climate velocity and population fragmentation may constrain climate-driven range shift of the key habitat former Fucus vesiculosus. Diversity and Distributions, March 2018.
  8. Rugiu L, Manninen I, Rothäusler E and Jormalainen V. Tolerance and potential for adaptation of a Baltic Sea rockweed under predicted climate change conditions. Marine Environmental Research, March 2018.
  9. Wennerström, L, Bekkevold, D and Laikre L. Population genetics of pike. In: Biology and Ecology of Pike, Eds Christian Skov, P Anders Nilsson. Jan 2018.

 

2017

  1. Johansson D, Pereyra R T, Rafajlović M and Johannesson K. Reciprocal transplants support a plasticity-first scenario during colonisation of a large hyposaline basin by a marine macro alga. BMC Ecology 17:14.
  2. Jonsson PJ, Kotta J, Andersson HC, Herkül K, Virtanen E, Nyström Sandman A and Johannesson K. High climate velocity and population fragmentation may constrain climate-driven range shift of the key habitat former Fucus vesiculosus. Diversity and Distributions 2018; 00:1–14.
  3. Jormalainen V, Danelli M, Gagnon K, Hillebrand H, Rothäusler E, Salminen J-P and Sjöroos J. Genetic variation of a foundation rockweed species affects associated communities. Ecology 98: 2940-2951.
  4. Lundmark C, Andersson K, Sandström A and Laikre L. Effectiveness of short-term knowledge communication on Baltic Sea marine genetic biodiversity to public managers. Regional Environmental Change 17:841-849.
  5. Obregón, C., Lyndon, A. R., Barker, J., Christiansen, H., Godley, B. J., Kurland, S., Piccolo, J. J., Potts, R., Short, R., Tebb, A. and Mariani, S. Valuing and understanding fish populations in the Anthropocene: key questions to address. J Fish Biol. doi:10.1111/jfb.13536.
  6. Olsson F, Laikre L, Hössjer O and Ryman N. GESP: A computer program for modelling genetic effective population size, inbreeding and divergence in substructured populations. Molecular Ecology Resources, 17:1378–1384.
  7. Rafajlović M, Kleinhans D, Gulliksson C, Fries J, Johansson D, Ardehed A, Sundqvist L, Pereyra R, Mehlig B, Jonsson P and Johannesson K. Neutral processes forming large clones during colonisation of new areas. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 30: 1544–1560.
  8. Rothäusler E, Haavisto F, Jormalainen V. Is the future as tasty as the present? Elevated temperature and hyposalinity affect the quality of Fucus (Phaeophyceae, Fucales) as food for the isopod Idotea balthica. Marine Biology 164:7.
  9. Rugiu L, Manninen I, Sjöroos J, Jormalainen V. Variations in tolerance to climate change in a key littoral herbivore. Marine Biology 165:18.
  10. Rugiu L, Manninen I, Rothäusler E, Jormalainen V. Tolerance and potential for adaptation of a Baltic Sea rockweed under predicted climate change conditions. Marine Environmental Research, Vol 134: 76-84. 
  11. Wennerström L, Jansson E and Laikre L. Baltic Sea genetic biodiversity: Current knowledge relating to conservation management. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 27:1069–1090.
  12. Wennerström L, Olsson J, Ryman N, Laikre L. Temporally stable, weak genetic structuring in brackish water northern pike (Esox lucius) in the Baltic Sea indicates a contrasting divergence pattern relative to freshwater populations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 74:562-571.
  13. Wennerström, L, Bekkevold, D, Laikre L. Population genetics of pike. In Biology and Ecology of Pike. Eds Christian Skov, P Anders Nilsson. 2018.
     

2016

  1. Hössjer O, Laikre L and Ryman N. Effective sizes and time to migration–drift equilibrium in geographically subdivided populations. Theoretical Population Biology 112:139-156, 2016.
  2. Wennerström L, Olsson J, Ryman N, & Laikre L. 
    Temporally stable, weak genetic structuring in brackish water
    northern pike (Esox lucius) in the Baltic Sea indicates a
    contrasting divergence pattern relative to freshwater
    populations
    . Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2016.
  3. Kotta J, Orav-Kotta H, Jänes H, Hummel H, Arvanitidis C, van Avesaath P, Bachelet G, Benedetti-Cecchi L, Bojanic N, Como S, Coppa S, Coughlan J, Crowe T, Dal Bello M, Degraer S, Juanes de la Pena J A, Fernandes de Matos VK, Espinosa F, Faulwetter S, Frost M, Guinda X, Jankowska E, Jourde J, Kerckhof F, Lavesque N, Leclerc J-C, Magni P, Pavloudi C, Pedrotti ML, Peleg O, Pérez-Ruzafa A, Puente A, Ribeiro P, Rilov G, Rousou M, Ruginis T, Silva T, Simon N, Sousa-Pinto I, Troncoso J, Warzocha J and Weslawski JM. Essence of the patterns of cover and richness of intertidal hard bottom communities: a pan-European study. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 2016.
  4. Dal Bello M, Leclerc J-C, Benedetti-Cecchi L, Arvanitidis C, van Avesaath P, Bachelet G, Bojanic N, Como S, Coppa S, Coughlan J, Crowe T, Degraer S, Espinosa F, Faulwetter S, Frost M, Guinda X, Jankowska E, Jourde J, Kerckhof F, Kotta J, Lavesque N, de Lucia GA, Magni P, de Matos V, Orav-Kotta H, Pavloudi C, Pedrotti ML, Peleg O, de la Pena JAJ, Puente A, Ribeiro P, Rigaut-Jalabert F, Rilov G, Rousou M, Rubal M, Ruginis T, Pérez-Ruzafa A, Silva T, Simon N, Sousa-Pinto I, Troncoso J, Warzocha J, Weslawski J.M and Hummel H. Consistent patterns of spatial variability between NE Atlantic and Mediterranean rocky shores. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, pp. 1–9. 2016.
  5. Rothäusler E, Sjöroos J, Heye K and Jormalainen V. Genetic variation in photosynthetic performance and tolerance to osmotic stress (desiccation, freezing, salinity) in the rocky littoral foundation species Fucus vesiculosus (Phaeophyceae, Fucales). Journal of Phycology 2016.
  6. Ardehed A, Johansson D, Sundqvist L, Schagerström E, Zagrodzka Z, Kovaltchouk N A, Bergström L, Kautsky L, Rafajlovic M, Pereyra R T & Johannesson K. Divergence within and among Seaweed Siblings (Fucus vesiculosus and F. radicans) in the Baltic Sea. PLoS ONE 2016.
  7. Sandström A, Lundmark C, Jansson E, Edman M & Laikre L. Assessment of management practices regarding genetic biodiversity in Baltic Sea marine protected areas. Biodiversity and Conservation 2016.
  8. Laikre L, Lundmark C, Jansson E, Wennerström L, Edman M & Sandström, A. Lack of recognition of genetic biodiversity: International policy and its implementation in Baltic Sea marine protected areas. Ambio 2016.
  9. Jormalainen, V, Gagnon, K, Sjöroos, J & Rothäusler, E. 2016. The invasive mud crab enforces a major shift in a rocky littoral invertebrate community of the Baltic Sea. Biological Invasions, Volume 18, Issue 5, pp 1409-1419.
  10. Bodin Ö, Sandström A and Crona B. Collaborative networks for effective ecosystem-based management: A set of working hypotheses. Policy Studies Journal 2016.
  11. Jonsson PR, Nilsson Jacobi M, Moksnes PO. How to select networks of marine protected areas for multiple
    species with different dispersal strategies
    . Diversity and Distributions 22, 161–173.
  12. Puente A, Guinda X, Juanes JA, Ramos E, Echavarri-Erasun B, De La Hoz CF, Degraer S, Kerckhof F, Bojanić N, Rousou M, Orav-Kotta H, Kotta J, Jourde J, Pedrotti ML, Leclerc J-C, Simon N, Bachelet G, Lavesque N, Arvanitidis C, Pavloudi C, Faulwetter S, Crowe TP, Coughlan J, Cecchi LB, Dal Bello M, Magni P, Como S, Coppa S, De Lucia GA, Rugins T, Jankowska E, Weslawski JM, Warzocha J, Silva T, Ribeiro P, De Matos V, Sousa-Pinto I, Troncoso J, Peleg O, Rilov G, Espinosa F, Ruzafa AP, Frost M, Hummel H and Van Avesaath P. The role of physical variables in biodiversity patterns of intertidal macroalgae along European coasts. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Vol 97, Issue 3 (European Marine Biology Symposium) pp. 549-560
     

2015

  1. Ardehed A, Johansson D, Schagerström E, Kautsky L, Johannesson K, Pereyra RT. 2015. Complex spatial clonal structure in the macroalgae Fucus radicans with both sexual and asexual recruitment. Ecology and Evolution 5:4243-4245
     
  2. Borgström S, Bodin Ö, Sandström A, Crona B. 2015. Developing an analytical framework for assessing progress toward ecosystem-based management. Ambio 44(3): 357-369.
     
  3. Guban P, Wennerström L, Elfwing T, Sundelin B, Laikre L. Genetic diversity in Monoporeia affinis at polluted and reference sites of the Baltic Bothnian Bay. Marine Pollution Bulletin, (2015) 
    http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2015.01.029
     
  4. Hössjer O, Olsson F, Laikre L, Ryman N. Metapopulation inbreeding dynamics, effective size and subpopulation differentiation—A general analytical approach for diploid organismsTheoretical Population Biology, (2015)102: 40–59.
     
  5. Liversage K, Kotta J. (2015). Disturbance-related patterns on unstable rocky benthos of the eastern Baltic coast. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, 64, 53–61.
     
  6. Rothäusler E, Corell H, Jormalainen V. Abundance and dispersal trajectories of floating Fucus vesiculosus in the Northern Baltic Sea. Limnology and Oceanography, doi: 10.1002/lno.10195
     
  7. Sandström A, Bodin Ö & Crona B. 2015. Network Governance from the Top: The Case of Ecosystem-based Coastal and Marine Management. Marine Policy 55:57–63.

2014

  1. Hössjer O, Olsson F, Laikre L, Ryman N. A new general analytical approach for modeling patterns of genetic differentiation and effective size of subdivided populations overtime. Mathematical Biosciences, (2014)258:113-133. 
  2. Hössjer O, Ryman N. Quasi equilibrium, variance effective size and fixation index for populations with substructure. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 69:1057-1128.
  3. Ryman N, Allendorf FW, Jorde PE, Laikre L, Hössjer O. 2014. Samples from subdivided populations yield biased estimates of effective size that overestimate the rate of loss of genetic variation. Molecular Ecology Resources, 14: 87-99.
  4. Schagerström, E.; Forslund, H.; Kautsky, L.; Pärnoja, M.; Kotta, J. Does thalli complexity and biomass affect the associated flora and fauna of two co-occurring Fucus species in the Baltic Sea? Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, (2014) 149, 187–193.

 

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