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Martin Schroeder
Martin Schroeder
Swedish Univertsity of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Ecology, Box 7044, 750 07 Uppsala
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Sustainable utilisation of forest biomass for energy—possibilities and problems: policy, legislation, certification, and recommendations and guidelines in the Nordic, Baltic …
I Stupak, A Asikainen, M Jonsell, E Karltun, A Lunnan, D Mizaraitė, ...
Biomass and Bioenergy 31 (10), 666-684, 2007
3142007
Climate drivers of bark beetle outbreak dynamics in Norway spruce forests
L Marini, B Økland, AM Jönsson, B Bentz, A Carroll, B Forster, ...
Ecography 40 (12), 1426-1435, 2017
2812017
Attraction of scolytids and associated beetles by different absolute amounts and proportions of α-pinene and ethanol
LM Schroeder, Å Lindelöw
Journal of Chemical Ecology 15 (3), 807-817, 1989
2201989
Attacks on living spruce trees by the bark beetle Ips typographus (Col. Scolytidae) following a storm‐felling: a comparison between stands with and without removal …
LM Schroeder, Å Lindelöw
Agricultural and forest entomology 4 (1), 47-56, 2002
1762002
Long‐term priority effects among insects and fungi colonizing decaying wood
J Weslien, LB Djupström, M Schroeder, O Widenfalk
Journal of animal ecology 80 (6), 1155-1162, 2011
1722011
Attacks by Ips typographus and Pityogenes chalcographus on windthrown spruces (Picea abies) during the two years following a storm felling
E Göthlin, LM Schroeder, A Lindelöw
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 15 (5), 542-549, 2000
1612000
Stand specific occurrence of coarse woody debris in a managed boreal forest landscape in central Sweden
B Ekbom, LM Schroeder, S Larsson
Forest ecology and management 221 (1-3), 2-12, 2006
1372006
Attraction of the bark beetle Tomicus piniperda and some other bark‐ and wood‐living beetles to the host volatiles α‐pinene and ethanol
LM Schroeder
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 46 (3), 203-210, 1988
1331988
Ips typographus population development after a severe storm in a nature reserve in southern Sweden
A Komonen, LM Schroeder, J Weslien
Journal of Applied Entomology 135 (1‐2), 132-141, 2011
1212011
Population levels of bark beetles and associated insects in managed and unmanaged spruce stands
J Weslien, LM Schroeder
Forest ecology and management 115 (2-3), 267-275, 1999
1211999
Modelling the potential impact of global warming on Ips typographus voltinism and reproductive diapause
AM Jönsson, S Harding, P Krokene, H Lange, Å Lindelöw, B Økland, ...
Climatic Change 109 (3), 695-718, 2011
1172011
Diversity patterns of wild bees and wasps in managed boreal forests: effects of spatial structure, local habitat and surrounding landscape
D Rubene, M Schroeder, T Ranius
Biological Conservation 184, 201-208, 2015
1112015
Population dynamics of the spruce bark beetle: a long‐term study
L Marini, Å Lindelöw, AM Jönsson, S Wulff, LM Schroeder
Oikos 122 (12), 1768-1776, 2013
1112013
Forest management and natural biocontrol of insect pests
MJ Klapwijk, H Bylund, M Schroeder, C Björkman
Forestry 89 (3), 253-262, 2016
992016
Guess the impact of Ips typographus—An ecosystem modelling approach for simulating spruce bark beetle outbreaks
AM Jönsson, LM Schroeder, F Lagergren, O Anderbrant, B Smith
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 166, 188-200, 2012
982012
Saproxylic beetle diversity in a managed boreal forest: importance of stand characteristics and forestry conservation measures
MA McGeoch, M Schroeder, B Ekbom, S Larsson
Diversity and Distributions 13 (4), 418-429, 2007
972007
Ips typographus and Dendroctonus ponderosae models project thermal suitability for intra-and inter-continental establishment in a changing climate
BJ Bentz, AM Jönsson, M Schroeder, A Weed, RAI Wilcke, K Larsson
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 2, 1, 2019
962019
Reproductive success of the spruce bark beetle Ips typographus (L.) and occurrence of associated species: a comparison between standing beetle-killed trees and cut trees
PO Hedgren, LM Schroeder
Forest Ecology and management 203 (1-3), 241-250, 2004
952004
Saproxylic beetles in high stumps of spruce: Fungal flora important for determining the species composition
M Jonsell, M Schroeder, J Weslien
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 20 (1), 54-62, 2005
932005
Methods to identify the prey of invertebrate predators in terrestrial field studies
K Birkhofer, H Bylund, P Dalin, O Ferlian, V Gagic, PA Hambäck, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (6), 1942-1953, 2017
922017
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