Jan Sulavik

Jan Sulavik
Høgskulen på Vestlandet | HVL

Doctor of Philosophy

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March 2015 - present
University of Oslo
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  • PhD Student

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1.Species composition is a vital attribute of any ecosystem. Accordingly, ecological restoration often has the original, or ‘natural’, species composition as its target. However, we still lack adequate methods for predicting the expected time to compositional recovery in restoration studies. 2.We describe and explore a new, ordination regression‐ba...
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Pollination is an ecosystem function of global importance. Yet, who visits the flower of specific plants, how the composition of these visitors varies in space and time, and how such variation translates into pollination services is hard to establish. The use of DNA barcodes allows us to address ecological patterns involving thousands of taxa that...
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This is the first release (v.1.0.0) of auxiliary R functions ('DiMat' and 'DiGroup') for ordination regression-based approach (ORBA) described in Rydgren et al. 2018 Journal of Applied Ecology. 'DiMat' creates a n-dimensional distance matrix between all study plots and 'plot group'=factor-level centroids based on their scores at ordination axes. N...
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1. Restoration of degraded ecosystems may take decades or even centuries. Accordingly, information about the current direction and speed of recovery provided by methods for predicting time to recovery may give important feedback to restoration schemes. While predictions of time to recovery have so far been based mostly upon change in species richne...
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Functional traits are linked to ecosystem processes and services and therefore relevant in recovery assessment. However, traits of bryophytes and lichens, important components of many ecosystems, have received less attention than those of vascular plants. We explored the use of functional traits of multiple important organism groups in recovery ass...
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Poster about different rate of recovery of species and functional trait compositions during two decades of succession at four restored alpine spoil heaps
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In a recent study, the value of the economic benefits generated by the national parks and landscape protection areas of the Slovak Republic was estimated at 500 million euros per year (Table 5). The two categories of economic values captured in this estimate are the direct use values and the non-use values associated with downstream water services,...

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