Editorial Board of Ornis Svecica


Sören Svensson, Professor Emeritus
Department of Biology, Lund University

Subject Editors 

Robert Ekblom, Assistant Professor
Evolutionary Biology Centre, Uppsala University
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Anouschka R Hof, Assistant Professor
Resource Ecology Group, Wageningen University & Research
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Åke Lindström, Professor
Department of Biology, Lund University
Åke is a professor of animal ecology at the Department of Biology at Lund University. His main work is to track and explain the populations trends of Swedish birds. This is achieved through the project Svensk Fågeltaxering, a national environmental monitoring project funded by The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency. Other research interests include migration ecology, moult, and birds in arctic environments. Åke is also co-coordinating LUVRE, a broad ecological research program in Ammarnäs, in the Swedish mountains.

Martin Stervander, PhD
Institute of Ecology and Evolution, University of Oregon
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Martin is a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Oregon, presently focusing on the evolution of the snout-like mouths of pipefish and seahorses. Whether fish or birds are the target, Martin's research makes use of modern DNA sequencing technology to understand what in the genome may explain differences between populations and species, and in the end leade to diversification.  Martin has a broad interest in ornithology, including e.g. taxonomy, migration ecologym and phenology.
Jonas Waldenström, Professor
Department of Biology and Environmental Science, Linnaeus University
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Jonas is a professor at the Linnaeus University in Kalmar, where he heads a research group studing bird-borne infections, among others avian influenza virus. The research spans ecology, epidemiology, viral and bacterial evolution as well as avian migration ecology studied by cutting-edge GPS trackers. Jonas is also the chair of Ottenby Bird Observatory, and a connoisseur of Swedish science fiction from the 1970s.
Helena Westerdahl, Associate Professor
Department of Biology, Lund University

Managing Editor

Martin Stervander (details above)