Erik Öckinger
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The role of biotic interactions in shaping distributions and realised assemblages of species: implications for species distribution modelling
MS Wisz, J Pottier, WD Kissling, L Pellissier, J Lenoir, CF Damgaard, ...
Biological reviews 88 (1), 15-30, 2013
Extinction debt: a challenge for biodiversity conservation
M Kuussaari, R Bommarco, RK Heikkinen, A Helm, J Krauss, R Lindborg, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 24 (10), 564-571, 2009
Habitat fragmentation causes immediate and time‐delayed biodiversity loss at different trophic levels
J Krauss, R Bommarco, M Guardiola, RK Heikkinen, A Helm, M Kuussaari, ...
Ecology letters 13 (5), 597-605, 2010
Semi‐natural grasslands as population sources for pollinating insects in agricultural landscapes
E Öckinger, HG Smith
Journal of applied ecology 44 (1), 50-59, 2007
Life-history traits predict species responses to habitat area and isolation: a cross-continental synthesis
E Ockinger, O Schweiger, TO Crist, DM Debinski, J Krauss, M Kuussaari, ...
Ecology Letters 13, 969-979, 2010
Handbook of protocols for standardized measurement of terrestrial invertebrate functional traits
M Moretti, ATC Dias, F De Bello, F Altermatt, SL Chown, FM Azcárate, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (3), 558-567, 2017
Dispersal capacity and diet breadth modify the response of wild bees to habitat loss
R Bommarco, JC Biesmeijer, B Meyer, SG Potts, J Pöyry, SPM Roberts, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1690), 2075-2082, 2010
Effects of grassland abandonment, restoration and management on butterflies and vascular plants
E Öckinger, AK Eriksson, HG Smith
Biological conservation 133 (3), 291-300, 2006
The importance of fragmentation and habitat quality of urban grasslands for butterfly diversity
E Öckinger, Å Dannestam, HG Smith
Landscape and Urban Planning 93 (1), 31-37, 2009
Landscape composition and habitat area affects butterfly species richness in semi-natural grasslands
E Öckinger, HG Smith
Oecologia 149, 526-534, 2006
Landscape matrix modifies richness of plants and insects in grassland fragments
E Öckinger, R Lindborg, NE Sjödin, R Bommarco
Ecography 35 (3), 259-267, 2012
Is local distribution of the epiphytic lichen Lobaria pulmonaria limited by dispersal capacity or habitat quality?
E Öckinger, M Niklasson, SG Nilsson
Biodiversity & Conservation 14, 759-773, 2005
The relationship between local extinctions of grassland butterflies and increased soil nitrogen levels
E Öckinger, O Hammarstedt, SG Nilsson, HG Smith
Biological Conservation 128 (4), 564-573, 2006
Density of insect‐pollinated grassland plants decreases with increasing surrounding land‐use intensity
Y Clough, J Ekroos, A Báldi, P Batáry, R Bommarco, N Gross, ...
Ecology letters 17 (9), 1168-1177, 2014
Do corridors promote dispersal in grassland butterflies and other insects?
E Öckinger, HG Smith
Landscape ecology 23, 27-40, 2008
Predicting bee community responses to land-use changes: Effects of geographic and taxonomic biases
A De Palma, S Abrahamczyk, MA Aizen, M Albrecht, Y Basset, A Bates, ...
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 31153, 2016
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, 121-131, 2012
Butterfly distribution and abundance is affected by variation in the Swedish forest-farmland landscape
Å Berg, K Ahrné, E Öckinger, R Svensson, B Söderström
Biological conservation 144 (12), 2819-2831, 2011
Extinction debt for plants and flower‐visiting insects in landscapes with contrasting land use history
R Bommarco, R Lindborg, L Marini, E Öckinger
Diversity and Distributions 20 (5), 591-599, 2014
Crop diversity benefits carabid and pollinator communities in landscapes with semi‐natural habitats
G Aguilera, T Roslin, K Miller, G Tamburini, K Birkhofer, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 57 (11), 2170-2179, 2020
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