Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Department of Ecology

Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Henrik Andrén 

 

Henrik Andrén

Professor, Director for Grimsö 


Contact:

Telephone: +46 581 - 69 73 02
E-mail: Henrik.Andren@slu.se 
Room: 137

Address:

Grimsö Wildlife Research Station
Department of Ecology
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
SE-730 91 Riddarhyttan
Sweden


Research interests

Henrik Andrén’s research focuses population and community ecology of large carnivores, specially the Eurasian lynx. One part focuses on temporal and spatial variation in reproduction and survival and linking demography to habitat and social organisation in lynx. Another part focuses on lynx as a predator and its effects on roe deer and reindeer populations. In Northern Sweden (the reindeer husbandry area) we study the coexistence of lynx and wolverine, the interaction between them and their total impact on reindeer. In Southern Sweden, we study the lynx colonization and establishment, as well as the interaction between lynx and wolf. The research has partly an applied aspect and includes forecasting the lynx population under different management strategies.


Recent publication (send e-mail for reprints)

Rauset, G.R., Mattisson, J., Andrén, H., Charpon, G. and Persson, J. 2013. When species ranges meet: Assessing differences in habitat selection between sympatric large carnivores. - Oecologica 172: 701-711.

Hobbs, N.T., Andrén, H., Persson, J., Aronsson, M. and Chapron, G. 2012. Native predators reduce harvest of reindeer by Sámi pastoralists. – Ecological Applications 22:1640-1654.

Nilsen, E.B., Linnell, J.D.C., Odden, J., Andersen, R., Andrén, H. and Samelius, G. 2012. Patterns of variation in reproductive parameters in Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx). – Acta Theriologica 57:217-223.

Samelius, G., Andrén, H., Liberg, O., Linnell, J.D.C., Odden, J. Ahlqvist, P., Segerström, P. and Sköld K. 2012. Spatial and temporal variation in natal dispersal by Eurasian lynx in Scandinavia. – Journal of Zoology 286: 120-130

Andrén, H., Persson, J., Mattisson, J. and Danell, A.C. 2011. Modelling the combined effect of an obligate predator and a facultative predator on a common prey - lynx Lynx lynx and wolverine Gulo gulo predation on reindeer Rangifer tarandus. – Wildlife Biology 17: 33-43.

Mattisson, J., Persson, J., Andrén, H. and Segerström, P. 2011. Temporal and spatial interactions between an obligate predator, the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx), and a facultative scavenger, the wolverine (Gulo gulo). – Canadian Journal of Zoology 89: 79-89.

Mattisson, J., Andrén, H., Persson, J. and Segerström, P. 2011. The influence of intraguild interactions on resource use by wolverine and Eurasian lynx. – Journal of Mammalogy 92(6):1321-1330

Mattisson, J., Odden, J., Nilsen, E.B., Linnell, J.D.C., Persson, J. and Andrén, H. 2011. Factors affecting Eurasian lynx kill rates on semi-domestic reindeer in northern Scandinavia: Can ecological research contribute to the development of a fair compensation system? – Biological Conservation 144: 3009-3017.

 

Complete list of publications (pdf)

CV-Henrik Andrén (pdf) 

 
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