Publications

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Strasevicius, Darius
Jonsson, Micael
Nyholm, N. Erik I.; et al.

Reduced breeding success of Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca along regulated rivers
Ibis, 155(2): 348-356

2013

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Nyholm, Erik

Dynamics and reproduction of a nest-box breeding population of Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca in a subalpine birch forest in Swedish Lapland during a period of 46 years
Ornis Svecica, 21: 133-156

2011

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Rodushkin, Ilia
Engstrom, Emma
Sorlin, Dieke; et al.

Uptake and Accumulation of Anthropogenic Os in Free-Living Bank Voles (Myodes glareolus)
Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 218(1-4): 603-610

2011

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Berglund, Åsa
Nyholm, Erik

Slow improvements of metal exposure, health- and breeding conditions of pied flycatchers (Ficedula hypoleuca) after decreased industrial heavy metal emissions
Science of the Total Environment, 409(20): 4326-4334

2011

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Berglund, Åsa
Ingvarsson, Pär
Danielsson, H; et al.

Lead exposure and biological effects in pied flycatchers (Ficedula hypoleuca) before and after the closure of a lead mine in northern Sweden.
Environmental Pollution, 158(5): 1368-75

2010

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Berglund, Åsa
Klaminder, Jonatan
Nyholm, Erik

Effects of reduced lead deposition on Pied flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca): tracing exposure routes using stable lead Isotopes
Environmental Science and Technology, 43(1): 208-213

2009

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Niklasson, Bo
Nyholm, Erik
Feinstein, Ricardo E; et al.

Diabetes and myocarditis in voles and lemmings at cyclic peak densities--induced by Ljungan virus?
Oecologia, 150(1): 1-7

2006

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Both, Christiaan
Sanz, Juan José
Artemyev, Aleksandr V.; et al.

Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca travelling from Africato breed in Europe: differential effects of winter andmigration conditions on breeding date
Ardea, 94(3): 511-525

2006

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Saether, Bernt-Erik
Lande, Russell
Engen, Steinar; et al.

Generation time and temporal scaling of bird population dynamics.
Nature, 436(7047): 99-102

2005

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Both, Christiaan
Artemyev, Aleksandr V
Blaauw, Bert; et al.

Large-scale geographical variation confirms that climate change causes birds to lay earlier.
Proc Biol Sci, 271(1549): 1657-62

2004

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