Magne Neby

Magne Neby
Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

PhD

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7 Research Items
58 Citations
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Additional affiliations
October 2013 - January 2016
Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
August 2011 - January 2012
Harvard University
Field of study
  • Evolution
August 2010 - May 2012
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Field of study
  • Northern Populations and Ecosystems
July 2007 - May 2008
University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS)
Field of study
  • Arctic ecology

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Publications (8)
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Natural regeneration after anthropogenic disturbance is slow in the tundra biome, but assisted regeneration can help speed up the process. A tracked off-road vehicle damaged a High Arctic dwarf shrub heath in Svalbard in May 2009, drastically reducing vegetation cover, soil seed bank and incoming seed rain. We assisted regeneration the following ye...
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During the last decade, methods based on high-throughput sequencing such as DNA metabarcoding have opened up for a range of new questions in animal dietary studies. One of the major advantages of dietary metabarcoding resides in the potential to infer a quantitative relationship between sequence read proportions and biomass of ingested food. Howeve...
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Most small rodent populations in the world have fascinating population dynamics. In the northern hemisphere, voles and lemmings tend to show population cycles with regular fluctuations in numbers. In the southern hemisphere, small rodents tend to have large amplitude outbreaks with less regular intervals. In the light of vast research and debate ov...
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Seasonality has been suggested as a necessary factor for the initiation of vole population cycles in Fennoscandia. This has been well described for a latitudinal gradient. Here, we used an elevational gradient as a proxy for winter length to study how the length of the winter season correlates with the amplitude of bank vole Myodes glareolus popula...
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Fluctuating asymmetry and averageness is correlated with our perception of beauty in human faces. Yet, whether deviations of centrality in the positioning of the eyes, the nose, and the mouth have different effects on our perception of asymmetry in a holistic human face, is still uncertain. In this study we aimed to test the relative effect of dece...

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Projects (2)
Project
Intensive monitoring of the small rodent community at Evenstad, Inland Norway to increase our understanding of fluctuating population dynamics.
Project
A study of population dynamics in Microtus and Myodus in relation to their diet.