Publikationer

Community analysis of the abundance and diversity of biting midge species (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in three European countries at different latitudes. Möhlmann et al. 2018. Parasites and Vectors (vol. 11, p. 217).

Annual burning of semi‐natural grasslands for conservation favours tall‐grown species with high nectar production. Milberg et al. 2018. Nordic Journal of Botany (vol. 36).

Similar effects of different mowing frequencies on the conservation value of semi-natural grasslands in Europe. Tälle et al. 2018. In press in Biodiversity and Conservation.

Community analysis of the abundance and diversity of mosquito species (Diptera: Culicidae) in three European countries at different latitudes. Möhlmann et al. 2017. Parasites and Vectors (vol. 5, p. 510).

The biodiversity cost of reducing management intensity in species-rich grasslands: Mowing annually vs. every third year. Milberg et al. 2017. Basic and Applied Ecology (vol. 22, p. 61-74).

Grazing vs. mowing: A meta-analysis of biodiversity benefits for grassland management. Tälle et al. 2016, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (vol. 222. p. 200-2012).

The conservation benefit of mowing vs grazing for management of species-rich grasslands: A multi-site, multi-year field experiment. Tälle et al. 2015, Nordic Journal of Botany (vol. 33, iss. 6, p.761-768).

Gräsröjaren – ett skötselalternativ i artrika gräsmarker. Tälle et al. 2015. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift (vol. 109, p. 254-259).

Is spring burning a viable management tool for species-rich grasslands? Milberg et al. 2014, Applied Vegetation Science (vol. 17, iss. 3, p. 429-441).

Mowing for biodiversity: grass trimmer and knife mower perform equally well. Tälle et al. 2014, Biodiversity and Conservation (vol. 23, iss. 12. p. 3073-3089).