Karl-Olof Bergman
Karl-Olof Bergman
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Landscape effects on butterfly assemblages in an agricultural region
KO Bergman, J Askling, O Ekberg, H Ignell, H Wahlman, P Milberg
Ecography 27 (5), 619-628, 2004
A 4.5 kV 6H silicon carbide rectifier
O Kordina, JP Bergman, A Henry, E Janzen, S Savage, J Andre, ...
Applied physics letters 67 (11), 1561-1563, 1995
The landscape matrix modifies the effect of habitat fragmentation in grassland butterflies
E Öckinger, KO Bergman, M Franzén, T Kadlec, J Krauss, M Kuussaari, ...
Landscape Ecology 27 (1), 121-131, 2012
Habitat utilization by Lopinga achine (Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) larvae and ovipositing females: implications for conservation
KO Bergman
Biological Conservation 88 (1), 69-74, 1999
How much and at what scale? Multiscale analyses as decision support for conservation of saproxylic oak beetles
KO Bergman, N Jansson, K Claesson, MW Palmer, P Milberg
Forest Ecology and Management 265, 133-141, 2012
Importance of boreal grasslands in Sweden for butterfly diversity and effects of local and landscape habitat factors
KO Bergman, L Ask, J Askling, H Ignell, H Wahlman, P Milberg
Biodiversity and Conservation 17 (1), 139-153, 2008
Population dynamics and the importance of habitat management for conservation of the butterfly Lopinga achine
KO Bergman
Journal of Applied Ecology 38 (6), 1303-1313, 2001
Population structure and movements of a threatened butterfly (Lopinga achine) in a fragmented landscape in Sweden
KO Bergman, J Landin
Biological Conservation 108 (3), 361-369, 2002
Monitoring of butterflies in semi-natural grasslands: diurnal variation and weather effects
L Wikström, P Milberg, KO Bergman
Journal of insect conservation 13 (2), 203-211, 2009
Distribution of occupied and vacant sites and migration of Lopinga achine (Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) in a fragmented landscape
KO Bergman, J Landin
Biological Conservation 102 (2), 183-190, 2001
Population viability analysis of the butterfly Lopinga achine in a changing landscape in Sweden
KO Bergman, O Kindvall
Ecography 27 (1), 49-58, 2004
Low pre-death growth rates of oak (Quercus robur L.)—Is oak death a long-term process induced by dry years?
M Andersson, P Milberg, KO Bergman
Annals of Forest Science 68 (1), 159-168, 2011
Power-line corridors as source habitat for butterflies in forest landscapes
Å Berg, KO Bergman, J Wissman, M Żmihorski, E Öckinger
Biological conservation 201, 320-326, 2016
History matters: Impact of historical land use on butterfly diversity in clear-cuts in a boreal landscape
M Ibbe, P Milberg, A Tunér, KO Bergman
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (11), 1885-1891, 2011
Tree and site quality preferences of six epiphytic lichens growing on oaks in southeastern Sweden
V Johansson, KO Bergman, H Lättman, P Milberg
Annales Botanici Fennici 46 (6), 496-506, 2009
Evidence-based knowledge versus negotiated indicators for assessment of ecological sustainability: The Swedish Forest Stewardship Council standard as a case study
P Angelstam, JM Roberge, R Axelsson, M Elbakidze, KO Bergman, ...
Ambio 42 (2), 229-240, 2013
Contrasting effects of habitat area and connectivity on evenness of pollinator communities
L Marini, E Öckinger, KO Bergman, B Jauker, J Krauss, M Kuussaari, ...
Ecography 37 (6), 544-551, 2014
Vegetation in clear‐cuts depends on previous land use: a century‐old grassland legacy
D Jonason, M Ibbe, P Milberg, A Tunér, L Westerberg, KO Bergman
Ecology and evolution 4 (22), 4287-4295, 2014
An indicator system for identification of sites of high conservation value for saproxylic oak (Quercus spp.) beetles in southern Sweden
N Jansson, KO Bergman, M Jonsell, P Milberg
Journal of Insect Conservation 13 (4), 399-412, 2009
Oviposition, host plant choice and survival of a grass feeding butterfly, the Woodland Brown (Lopinga achine)(Nymphalidae: Satyrinae)
KO Bergman
J Res Lepidoptera 35, 9-21, 2000
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