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Teräväinen, Malin (2022). Push and pull strategies : behaviour of geese in relation to scaring and set-aside fields. Sveriges lantbruksuniv. ISBN 978-91-576-9986-2 eISBN 978-91-576-9987-9 [Licentiatavhandling]

Montras Janer, Teresa (2021). Large grazing birds and crop damage : investigating spatial and temporal patterns to guide management practices. Diss. (sammanfattning/summary) Sveriges lantbruksuniv., Acta Universitatis Agriculturae Sueciae, 1652-6880

Nilsson, Lovisa (2016). Common Cranes in Agricultural Landscapes Linking Space Use and Foraging Patterns to Conservation and Damage Prevention. Diss. (sammanfattning/summary) Uppsala : Sveriges lantbruksuniv., Acta Universitatis Agriculturae Sueciae, 1652-6880; 2016:123


Ingerstrom 2020 - Laid eggs in vain got eaten by a crane? Investigating habitat selection and activity by Common cranes  to consider potential impact on other wetland bird species

Million 2020 - Use of drones as a potential tool for managing conflicts with large grazing birds

Artiklar i kronologisk ordning


Reducing the number of grazing geese on agricultural fields - Effectiveness of different scaring techniques

Selection of a diversionary field and other habitats by large grazing birds in a landscape managed for agriculture and wetland biodiversity


Field selection of greylag geese (Anser anser): Implications for management of set-aside fields to alleviate crop damage


Hemminger K., König H., Månsson J., Bellingrath-Kimura S-D., & Nilsson L. 2022. Winners and losers of land use change: A systematic review of interactions between the world’s crane species (Gruidae) and the agricultural sector. Ecology and Evolution, 12, 3.

Månsson J., Liljebäck N., Nilsson L., Olsson C., Kruckenberg H. & Elmberg J. 2022. Migration patterns of Swedish Greylag geese Anser anser—implications for flyway management in a changing world. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 28, 2:1-11

Nilsson L., Olsson C., Elmberg J., Bunnefeld N., Liljebäck N. & Månsson J. 2022. Leapfrog migration and residents: New migratory habits in Swedish Greylag geese. Ecoloy and Evolution, 12,3.


Hodgson I.D., Cusack J., Jones I., Minderman J., Nilsson L., Pozo R.A., Rakotonarivo O.S. & Bunnefeld N. 2021. Building Peace to Save Nature: Multi-disciplinary Approaches to Managing Conflicts in Conservation. Book chapter in Wildlife Biodiversity Conservation, pp. 3-22. June 2021, Springer.


Montràs-Janer T., Knape J., Stoessel M., Nilsson L., Tombre I., Pärt T. & Månsson J. 2020. Spatio-temporal patterns of crop damage caused by geese, swans and cranes - implications for crop damage prevention. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 300.

Nilsson L., Bunnefeld N., Minderman J. & Duthie A.B. 2021. Effects of stakeholder empowerment on crane population and agricultural production. Ecological Modelling, 440, 109396.

Nilsson L., Persson J., Bunnefeld N. & Månsson J. 2020. Central place foraging in a human‐dominated landscape ‐ how do common cranes select feeding sites? Journal of Avian Biology, 51, 6:1-9.


Nilsson L., Bunnefeld N., Persson J., Žydelis R. & Månsson J . 2019. Conservation success or increased crop damage risk? The Natura 2000 network for a thriving migratory and protected bird. Biological Conservation. 236: 1-7

Montràs-Janer T., Knape J, Nilsson L., Tombre I, Pärt T. & Månsson J. 2019. Relating national levels of crop damage to the abundance of large grazing birds: implications for management. Journal of Applied Ecology, 56, 10: 2286-2297.


Nilsson, L., Aronsson, M., Persson, J. & Månsson, J. 2018. Drifting space use of common cranes-Is there a mismatch between daytime behaviour and management? Ecological Indicators 85:556–562.

Redpath, S.M., Keane A., Andrén H., Baynham-Herd Z., Bunnefeld N., Duthie A.B., Frank J., Garcia C.A., Månsson J., Nilsson L., Pollard C.R.J., Rakotonarivo O.S., Salk C.F, Travers, H. 2018. Games as tools to address conservation conflicts. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 33, 6:415–426


Nilsson L., Bunnefeld N., Persson J. & Månsson J. 2016. Large grazing birds and agriculture-predicting field use of common cranes and implications for crop damage prevention. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 219:163-170.


Månsson J., Nilsson L. & Hake M. 2013: Territory size and habitat selection of breeding Common Cranes (Grus grus) in a boreal landscape. Ornis Fennica 90: 2. 65–72