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Göran Ericsson

Göran Ericsson
Department Chair and Chaired Professor in Wildlife Ecology

Presentation

My tenured professorship focuses on three main topics;

  • plant-animal interactions and animal ecology
  • the use of the biological resource base (e.g. wildlife, forests) in the boreal landscapes and the human user groups (e.g. hunters, tourists)
  • interactions between the resource base and the users

As the strategic leader of SLU:s competence area "Animal Ecology" I promote and encourage basic research, their application for a wider societal user, and outreach. Consequently we study a wide range of topics from herbivore-plant interactions via animal ecology, forestry, arctic issues, physiological stress in animals, adaptive natural resource management, to a range of human interactions with wildlife. A key feature of our studies is multi-species habitat use and movement ecology using state-of-the-art technology and analytical approaches. In Europe I am one of the forerunners in the studies of the human dimensions of wildlife.
Annually we give the advanced international two year Master program "Management of Fish and Wildlife Populations" where Human Dimensions is a signature subject. I also lead the research school "ECOS" – Ecology and Society. Commonly I am called to serve on various boards and committees of trust nationally and internationally, including governmental assignments.

Undervisning

Graduate
I have developed the research school ECOS – Ecology and Society, jointly with members from the department of forest economics at SLU. Organiser and convener from 2017- and ongoing.

Undergraduate
I have developed the curriculum for and launched the advanced level, multidisciplinary course "Human Dimensions of Fish and Wildlife". The course is unique on the European level and is part of the International Master Program "Fish and Wildlife" which I am one of the developers of. I have furthermore developed the revised curriculum for the course "Hunting Tourism" focusing in natural resource use of wildlife in general. I have together with Lars Edenius revised the course package regarding Wildlife Management and Administration, this is cooperation with the Swedish Association for Hunting and Wildlife Management, I regularly teach on a variety of both undergraduate and graduate courses as a lecturer during shorter modules. I also participate as a teaching consultant on courses outside the academia, including governmental commissions. Below I list the courses where I have had or still have a major teaching responsibility as a lecturer.

  • Advanced course in Human Dimensions of Fish and Wildlife Management. Spring 2005- ongoing. Organiser and convener.
  • Hunting Tourism. 2009 - 2013. Organiser and convener.
  • Human Dimensions of Fish and Wildlife Management. Spring 2005- ongoing. Organiser and convener.
  • Management of Fish and Wildlife Spring 2003, 2004. Organiser and convener.
  • How to survive as a scientist? October. 2002. SLU. Umeå. Lecturer.
  • The Forest Ecosystem. September. 2002. SLU. Umeå. Lecturer.
  • Wildlife Administration. Lectures. December. 1996, 1997, 2000. SLU. Umeå. Lecturer.
  • Game Biology. Lectures and group discussions. May. 1996-2000 Umeå University.
  • Applied Population Ecology, 10p. Fall 1998.
  • Ungulates and their predators. County Administrative Board of Västerbotten. June 1998. Course organiser and convener.
  • Ecological Census Techniques, April 1998, 1999. Umeå University. Lecturer.
  • Ecology B. Fall 1997. SLU. Umeå. Lecturer.
  • Wildlife and Society. March 1997. Department of Rural Sociology. University of Wisconsin, Madison. Lecturer.
  • D-course in Animal Ecology. 1995, 1996, 1998. SLU. Umeå. Lecturer.
  • Game and Fish Biology. February-May. 1996-1998. SLU. Umeå. Lecturer.
  • Moose biology and population dynamics (Viltvård i samverkan). February. 1996. Swedish Association for Hunting and Wildlife Management, Västerbotten, Sweden. Course organiser and convener.
  • Forest Biology. September. 1995. October. 1996. SLU. Umeå. Lecturer.
  • D-course in Wildlife Ecology. January. 1995, 1996. SLU. Umeå. Lecturer.

Bakgrund

Born: January 18, 1966, V. Vingåker, Södermanland, Sweden.
Citizenship: Sweden

Education/appointments

  • Department Chair Wildlife, Fish, and Environmental Studies, SLU, Umeå. 2016-
  • Professor in Wildlife Ecology (fully tenured position), Faculty of Forestry, SLU, Sweden. 2011-
  • The Research Council of Norway. "Miljøforsk". Vice chair, board member. 2015-
  • SLU Board. Elected Member. 2011-2013. Re-elected for the period 2014-2017.
  • Appointed by SLU's vice-chancellor to leader of two governmental commissions (Regeringsuppdrag) on Adaptive Moose Management and Outreach 2011-2012. Full Time.
  • The Research Council of Norway. "Miljö 2015". Board member. 2010-2015.
  • Professor in Fish and Wildlife Tourism (chaired, tenured position), Faculty of Forestry, SLU, Sweden. 2007-2011.
  • Leader SLU Forest Faculty's thematic program "Wildlife and Forestry". 2007-
  • Deputy Department Chair Wildlife, Fish, and Environmental Studies, SLU, Umeå. 2007-2015.
  • Scientific leader EU/Interreg Botnia-Atlantica "Älg i Mittskandia / Moose in MidScandinavia" 2004-2007.
  • Deputy program leader "Adaptive Management of Fish and Wildlife Management". 2004-2010.
  • Associate Professor in Animal Ecology, SLU, 2002.
  • Ph.D. in Animal Ecology, SLU, 1999.
  • M.Sc. in Biology, Economy & Business Adm., 255 p. Uppsala University, 1994.
  • Military Academy School, Linköping. 1985-1986.

Professional courses

  • SUUN's Tomorrow's Academic Leadership program #5. (Stockholm-Uppsala University Network . Mal 5, Morgondagens Akademiska Ledarskap). 2010/2011. By selection only.
  • SLU's Leadership Program for Department Heads (Prefektutbildning/Hållbart ledarskap). 2009/2010.
  • Grading course (Betygskriterier och betygsbedömning), SLU, 2008.
  • Higher University Lecturer Course ("Docentkurs"), SLU, 2000.
  • Southern Temperate Ecosystem of Patagonia. Argentina. January 1998.
  • Animal Care & Ethical Concern in Natural Science. Umeå. January 1995. December 1997.
  • Wildlife & Society. Madison, USA, Spring 1997.
  • Introduction to Survey Methodology, USA, Spring 1997.
  • Winter School on Population Dynamics, CWI, Stichting Matematical Centrum, Amsterdam, Holland. January 1996.
  • University Lecturer Course ("Grundläggande pedagogisk kurs"), SLU, 1995/1996.

Positions and fellowships, professional experience

  • Sept 11 - Professor (tenured) in Wildlife Ecology, Faculty of Forestry, SLU
  • Oct 08 - Sep 09 Leave of absence. Paternity leave. Frida Ericsson.
  • Sept 07- Sep 11 Professor (tenured) in Fish and Wildlife Tourism, Faculty of Forestry, SLU
  • July 07 - Dec 12 Leader SLU Forest Faculty's thematic program "Wildlife and Forestry"
  • Jan 07 - Deputy Department Chair Wildlife, Fish, and Environmental Studies, SLU, Umeå
  • Mar 04 - Oct 04 Leave of absence. Paternity leave. Axel Ericsson.
  • July 04 - Dec 10 Deputy program leader; Adaptive Management of Fish and Wildlife Populations at SLU
  • July 02 - June 06 Thematic leader Interdisciplinary project "Mountain MISTRA"
  • June 02 Associate professor in Animal Ecology, SLU
  • Jan 02 - June 02 Senior Scientific Officer, 50%. Research Council, Swedish EPA Stockholm
  • Mar. 01 - June 02 Fulbright Senior Research Scholar and STINT Postdoctoral fellow. University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA.
  • Sept. 00 - Feb. 01 Senior Scientific Officer. Research Council, Swedish EPA, Stockholm
  • Mar. 00 - Aug 00 Researcher. SLU, Umeå.
  • Aug. 99 - Feb 00 Information officer. Swedish Institute for Ecological Sustainability (Institutet för ekologisk hållbarhet (IEH)

Laboratory visits

  • Mar 01 - Dec 01 Department of Rural Sociology. University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.
  • Jan 97 - Apr 97 Department of Rural Sociology. University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.

Awards

  • 2010 Guldälgen. Prize for Outstanding Outreach Work for Wildlife Road Safety. Älgskadefondsföreningen
  • 2001 Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research & Higher Education (STINT)-postdoctoral fellow.
  • 2000 Fulbright Commission Senior Research Scholar

Oral presentations - international

  • IUFRO, Birmensdorft, Schweiz 14-16 October 2016. Speaker, chair.
  • International School of Ethology - Climate and Populations 9-14 Nov 2015. Erice, Italien. Invited keynote lecture
  • European Grouse meeting. 5-6 Nov 2015. Thüringen Forst, Thüringen. Invited speaker.
  • 14th Arctic Ungulate Conference, Røros, Norway 16-21 August 2015. Invited speaker.
  • 4th Fennoscandmoose meeting. August 11-13 2015. Himos, Finland. Presenter.
  • Norwegian Research Councils start-up conference on Ecosystem Research. Oslo May 6. 2015. Keynote speaker.
  • 3rd Fennoscandmoose meeting. August 13-15 2014. Öster Malma, Sweden. Opening, closing presenter. Keynote speaker.
  • Towards a European Forest Risk Facility FRISK organized by EFI and INRA. July 7-10 2014. Nogent-sur-Vernisson, France. Keynote speaker.
  • 9th European Vertebrate Pest Management Conference, Tuurku, Finland. 22-27 September 2013. Keynote speaker.
  • 10th Biennial Scientific Conference on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Questioning Greater Yellowstone's Future: Climate, Land Use, and Invasive Species. Superintendent's International Lecture. October 11-13 2010. Keynote speaker.
  • Fennoscandmoose meeting. August 17-18 2010. Öster Malma, Sweden. Opening presenter, organizer.
  • ISAZ 19th Annual Conference. 2010 (International Society of Anthrozoology). Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Human-Animal Interactions. Stockholm, Sweden. June 30. Keynote speaker.
  • 45th North American Moose Conference & Workshop: Moose in a Warming World. International Falls, MI, June 23-26 2010. Presenter.
  • WFSA (World Forum on the Future of Sports Shooting Activities): The Ecologic and Economic Benefits of Regulated Sport Hunting, Namibia, September 14-18 2009. Keynote speaker and session chair.
  • IUFRO/SNS (SamNordisk Skogsforskning) Network of Climate Change Risks on Forests (FoRisk). Umeå, Sweden. August 29 2008. Keynote speaker and session chair.
  • ISSRM 2007 (International Symposium on Society and Resource Management). The consumptive network around hunting; can that explain why we see attitude stability in Sweden? Park City, Utah, USA. June 21. Presenter
  • Invigning De5Stora 2005. Royal Inauguration of Large Carnivore Information Center at Järvzoo, Järvsö, Sweden. June 13. Invited honorary speaker.
  • ISSRM 2005. The King Carl XVI Gustaf Honorary session. Östersund, Sweden. June 16. Invited speaker.
  • ISSRM 2005. Östersund, Sweden. June 16-19. Session Chair & Presenter.
  • 5th International Moose Symposium. Hafjell, Norway August 8 2002. Keynote address
  • The Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry (KSLA)Attitudes to Large Carnivores - Aspects for Conservation and Management. Stockholm, Sweden, 20 March 2002. Invited paper.
  • International Union of Game Biologists (IUGB), Lemesos, Cyprus 5 September 2001. Presenter, session chair.
  • Ecological Society of America. Annual meeting, Madison, Wisconsin 6 August 2001. Presenter.
  • Annual winter seminar-series. Aberdeen, Scotland. Macauley Land Use Res. Institute, 4 October 2000 (with Lars Edenius).
  • Disturbance dynamics in boreal forests. Kuhmo, Finland, 21 August 2000 (with Lars Edenius, Margareta Bergman & Kjell Danell).
  • Moose management in the Baltic Sea region, CIC-conference. Sagadi, Estonia, October 1999. Invited paper.
  • 24th IUGB Congress, Thessaloniki, Greece September 20, 1999. Presenter.
  • Integrating herbivory across spatial scales: moose browsing on aspen in Sweden. Ungulate Ecology & Management: integrating across spatial scales, Nelson, British Columbia, Canada, August 1999 (with Lars Edenius).
  • Workshop on Cervids & Biodiversity. Hällnäs, Umeå, Sverige. May 1999. Invited paper.
  • Simon Fraser University. Vancouver, October 8, 1998. Invited paper.
  • Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska. Fairbanks, September 30, 1998. Invited paper.
  • Kenai Moose Research Centre, Soldotna, Alaska, September 28, 1998. Invited paper.
  • Alaska Department of Fish & Game. Anchorage, Alaska, September 25, 1998. Invited paper.
  • Department of Interior, BRD. Anchorage, Alaska, September 25, 1998. Invited paper.
  • 32nd North American Moose Conference & Workshop. Banff. April 20-24, 1996. Presenter
  • 2nd European Congress of Mammalogy. Southampton. March 27 - April 1. 1995. Presenter


Oral presentations - national

In 2016 I held some 15 public presentations including seminars ranging from official governmental hearings to local seminars for foresters and hunters, national and international. The projection for 2017 is the same amount of meetings and public appearances. I regularly appear in national and international TV and Radio programs.

Handledning

Supervision - graduate work
PhD Candidates; 8 Completed and 5 in progress.

  1. Christian Fohringer. 2017. -(PhD). REXSAC: Impacts of multiple pressures on Arctic landscapes & societies. Assistant supervisor.
  2. Sabrina Dressel. 2015-(PhD). Adaptive management and governance: Challenges for a future multi-species management. Main supervisor.
  3. Gro Kvelprud Moen. 2015- (PhD). Trophic cascading effects caused by reactions by brown bears to human disturbance. Assistant supervisor.
  4. Andrew Allen. 2012. - 2016 (PhD). Movement ecology to the rescue: optimising the management of moving animals. Assistant supervisor.
  5. Max Eriksson. 2012- 2016 (PhD). Conservation and/or exploitation: the usage of rural common pool resources. Assistant Supervisor.
  6. Ida-Maria Blåhed. 2011- (PhD). Demography and population history of moose. Assistant Supervisor.
  7. Berit Inga. 2011- (PhD). Traditional ecological knowledge among Reindeer Herders in Northern Sweden. Main supervisor.
  8. Anders Kagervall. 2009 - 2014 (PhD). On the Conditions for Developing Hunting and Fishing Tourism in Sweden. Main supervisor.
  9. Per Eriksson Ljung. 2009 - 2014(PhD). On Man and Moose; Profiling hunting, human impact, and a key wildlife species in the Swedish society. Main supervisor.
  10. Henrik Thurfjell. 2005- 2011. (PhD). Spatial Behaviour of Wild Boar (Sus scrofa). Main supervisor.
  11. Jonas Kindberg. 2003-2010. (PhD). Habitat selection and potential expansion of brown bear. Main supervisor.
  12. Wiebke Neumann 2005- 2009. (PhD). Moose (Alces alces) habitat use under impact of human activity. Main supervisor.
  13. Jens Persson. 1999-2003. (PhD). Wolverine population dynamics. Assistant Supervisor.

Completed; Master candidates, honorary thesis. All as main supervisor. SLU thesis published on https://stud.epsilon.slu.se

  1. Ida Olofsson. 2017. (MSc). Land use changes and its consequences on moose habitat – Ändrad markanvändning och dess konsekvenser på älghabitat. Master thesis 30p, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.
  2. Ruben Bloemsma. 2016. (MSc). Increased public participation as a potential human : large carnivore conflict mitigation measure. Master thesis 30p, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.
  3. Fredrika Vretling 2016. (MSc). Analysis of the successfulness of wolverine (Gulo gulo) depredation control in Västerbotten County
  4. Sofie Kruse 2016. (BSc). Development of dressed body weight in the Malingsbo-Kloten Area.
  5. Moa Walldén, 2016. (MSc). Skogsarbete i björnområde : en pilotstudie om arbetsmiljöfrågor. Master thesis 30p, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.
  6. Linnea Aronsson 2015. (MSc). Hunting dogs in Sweden: Are the abundances of hunting dog breeds influenced by the population sizes of game species?
  7. Jerk Sjöberg 2015. (MSc). Performance of adaptive and ecosystem-based management plans within the new Moose Management System in Sweden
  8. Evelina Svensson 2014. (MSc). Tick burden in neonatal roe deer (Capreolus capreolus): the role of age, weight, hind foot length, and vegetation and habitat on bed sites.
  9. Sofia Nordquist 2014. (BSc). Glappet i den svenska vargattityden. En fråga om närhet till naturen?
  10. Peter Lojander. 2013. (MSc). Site fidelity of a migratory species towards its annual range. Master thesis 30p, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.
  11. Jerk Sjöberg 2013. (BSc). Relationship between moose (Alces alces) home range size and crossing wildlife fences.
  12. Mattia Colombo 2013 (MSc).Determinants of winter kill rates of wolves in Scandinavia.
  13. Emma Kvastegård. 2013 (MSc). Social and economic consequences of wolf (Canis lupus) establishments in Sweden.
  14. Sabrina Dressel 2012. (MSc). A quantitative and qualitative summary of attitude surveys on bears and wolves across Europe
  15. Robbert Langenberg 2012 (MSc) Year-round habitat selection differences in moose (Alces alces) along a latitudinal gradient in Sweden.
  16. Alexandra Haydn 2012 (MSc). Calving site selection by moose (Alces alces) along a latitudinal gradient in Sweden.
  17. Jerker Hellstadius. 2011. (MSc). What factors correlates with the use of game meat, wild fish, berries and mushroom in Swedish households : urban vs. rural areas
  18. Robert Mannelqvist 2010 (MSc). Attitudes toward large carnivores and underlying factors. A case study of Västerbotten County.
  19. Erik Lindberg 2010 (MSc). Hunter demography, trends and correlates of hunting participation in Sweden.
  20. Anneli Stigsdotter 2008 (MSc). A risk analysis of moose close to roads.
  21. Leif Nilsen. 2008. MSc. The presence of the wild animals in Sweden on a landscape perspective.
  22. Linda Englund. 2008 (MSc). The impact of founder events and introductions on genetic variation in the muskox Ovibos moschatus.
  23. Nils-Olov Eklund 2008 (MSc). Supplemental feeding of moose.
  24. Dan-Erik Lindberg 2008 (MSc). Attitudes towards brown bears in Sweden.
  25. Frida Jonsson 2007 (MSc). A moose management plan for Öland.
  26. Bjarni Serup 2007 (MSc). Female hunting participation in Europe and North America.
  27. Per Zakriasson 2006 (MSc). A Re-evaluation of the moose observation programme.
  28. Ingela Jansson 2005. (MSc). A pilot study of brown bear (Ursus arctos) habitat use in central Sweden at two temporal scales using GPS.
  29. Daniel Kohlmann. 2004 (MSc). Differences in home range between female moose with calves versus females without calves.
  30. Nils Olanders. 2004 (MSc). Human dimensions of lynx re-introduction in Germany.
  31. Johan Nyqvist. 2004 (MSc). Habitat requirement of muskoxen.
  32. Eva-Lena Andersson 2004. (MSc). Early establishment of aspen seedlings.
  33. Åke Granström 1999 (MSc). The use of PVA in conservation biology and management.
  34. Linnea Lans 1999 (MSc).Distribution and browsing on aspen in central Sweden.
  35. Peter Näslund 1999 (MSc) Summer browsing on aspen.
  36. David Sundström 1999. (MSc) The impact from ungulates on aspen re-generation.

Supervisions - post docs

  1. Jonas Malmsten. 2017-2019. Wildlife reproduction.
  2. Åsa Lindgren. 2009-2011. Effects of climate change and reindeer grazing on vegetation on the Fennoscandian Tundra.
  3. Jean-Michel Roberge. 2009-2012. Wildlife feeding and forage production.
  4. Nils Bunnefeld. 2008-2010. Movement strategies and temporal use.
  5. Jonas Sahlsten. 2008-2010. Landscape use, spatial use and habitat composition of moose.
  6. Johan Månsson. 2008-2009. Wildlife feeding and forage production.
  7. Ole-Gunnar Støen. 2006-2009. Impact on brown Bears from human disturbance.

Examination committees (external examiner)
Opponent

  • Anika Sieber. 2016. Land-use change, protected area effectiveness, and wildlife dynamics in post-Soviet European Russia. Geography Department, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. External committee member.
  • Gundula S Bartzke. 2014. Effects of power lines on moose (Alces alces) habitat selection, movements and feeding activity. NTNU(Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Trondheim. First opponent.
  • Raisa Tiilikainen. 2010. The effects of selective harvesting on life history traits of moose Alces alces. Opponent. University of Eastern Finland.
  • Dennis Ikanda. 2009. Dimensions of a human-lion conflict: the ecology of human predation and persecution of African lions Panthera leo in Tanzania. NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Trondheim. First opponent

Grade committees

  • Julia Carlsson. 2017. Participatory Scenario Analysis in Forest Resource Management. SLU.
  • Kristin Ahlm. 2014. Traffic and drowning incidents with emphasis on the presence of alcohol and drugs. Umeå University
  • Thomas Meijer. 2013. To survive and reproduce in a cyclic environment - demography and conservation of the Arctic fox in Scandinavia. Stockholm University
  • Andreas Seiler. 2003. The toll of the automobile: Wildlife and roads in Sweden. SLU
  • Susanne Sylvén. 2003. Management and Regulated Harvest of Moose (Alces alces) in Sweden. SLU

Pre-Evaluator for the licentiate degree.

  • Wennberg Di-Gasper. 2005. Already adaptive? An investigation of the performance of Swedish moose management organizations.

Reviewer

  • Alces 2000-present
  • Applied Vegetation Science 2007-present
  • Behavioural Ecology 1999 - present
  • Biological Conservation 2006 -present
  • Canadian Journal of Zoology 2000- present
  • Conservation Biology 2007-present
  • Ecography 1998 -present
  • Ecology 2000 - present
  • European Journal of Wildlife Research 2006-present
  • Forest Ecology and Management 2000-present
  • Human Dimensions of Wildlife 2007-
  • Journal of Applied Ecology 2006-present
  • Journal of Wildlife Management 2002 - present
  • Oecologia 2008-present
  • PNAS 2017- present
  • Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 1999 – present
  • Society and Natural Resources 2009-present
  • Wildlife Biology 1999 - present

Commissions

  • Member of the international Advisory committee of ENETWILD: Wildlife: collecting and sharing data on wildlife populations, transmitting animal disease agents. 2016-
  • EU Interreg/Botnia-Atlantica TransAlgae. Chairman, steering group. 2016 -
  • Centrum för miljö- och naturresursekonomi (CERE). Board member 2016 -
  • Green Capital of Europe 2016– Umeå Application. Chairman of thematic working group for land, water and snow ("Grön, blå, vit stad").
  • The Research Council of Norway. "Miljøforsk". Vice chair, board member. 2015 -
  • Formas Expert Panel "Third call-Forest raw materials and biomass - Research syntheses". 2015.
  • Swedish Arctic Innovation Initiative, SAII. Board member, SLU representative. 2014 -
  • The Swedish EPA; 2014. Appointed member the Scientific Council for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (Naturvårdsverkets vetenskapliga råd för biologisk mångfald och ekosystemtjänster).
  • Pathways 2014: Common Futures. Integrating human dimensions into fisheries and wildlife management. October 5th-9th. Estes Park Colorado. Organizer and Co-chair.
  • ARCUM; Arctic Research Centre at Umeå University. Board member 2013 -.
  • Leader of two governmental commissions (Regeringsuppdrag) on Adaptive Moose Management and Outreach on Adaptive Moose Management 2011-2012. Full Time
  • SLU Board. Elected Member. 2011-2017
  • SLU Board Committee on Building Issues. Member June 2012-Dec 2013
  • The Research Council of Norway. "Miljö 2015". Board member. 2010-2015
  • The Research Council of Norway. "Miljö 2015". Chairman of the committee for Terrestrial (Land) research. 2010-2015
  • Oecologia. Handling Editor 2010-2015
  • Member, chair of the committee for the Kempe Award 2008-
  • Member of the committee for the Swedish Travel and Tourist Industry Federation annual prize. 2008-2012
  • The Research Council of Norway. "Miljö 2015". Member of the committee for Terrestrial (Land) research. 2007-2010.
  • IUGB 2007. Chair and organizer of the session for Adaptive Management. Uppsala, Sweden. August 13-17. Member of the scientific committee.
  • Member of the advisory committee for ungulate research in Norway "Hjortvilt 2030". 2006-2007.
  • Scientific leader EU/Interreg Botnia-Atlantica "Älg I Mittskandia / Moose in MidScandinavia" 2004-2007
  • Deputy program leader Adaptive management of fish and wildlife management. 2004 -
  • Executive and board member Center for Fish and Wildlife research. 2004 -
  • Associate Editor Wildlife Biology. 2003 -
  • Thematic interdisciplinary leader Mountain Mistra (FjällMistra), Phase 2: 2003-2006
  • Scientific Evaluator and Member of the Research Committee at the Swedish Association for Hunting and Wildlife Management. 2002 -
  • Chair. Human Dimensions. 5th International Moose Symposium. Norway August 2002
  • Chair. Man and Wildlife - Culture, Traditional Hunting; Conflicts and Values. International Union of Game Biologists (IUGB), Limasol, Cyprus Sept. 2001.
  • International review of Swedish Wildlife Research 1996-2000. Acting secretary and organiser. 2000-2001.
  • The Royal Swedish Academy of Agricultural and Forestry, Stockholm. Acting secretary, The Committee for Preservation of Game. 1999-2007.
  • Acting Swedish Liaison Officer at the 24th IUGB Congress, September 1999.
  • Remittances work at the Dept. of Animal Ecology, SLU, Umeå. 1999 -
  • Evaluator of Ph.D-candidates, Faculty of forestry, SLU 1999 -
  • Member of the Norwegian-Swedish evaluation group for "Sett Elg/Älgobs och Cersim". 1996 - 1998.

Publikationer i urval

International journals

  1. feffer, S., Spitzer, R., Allen. A. M., Hofmeester, T. R., Ericsson, G., Widemo, F., Singh, N. J. & Cromsigt, J. P.G.M. Pictures or Pellets? Comparing camera trapping and dung counts as methods for estimating population densities of ungulates Accepted. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation.
  2. Gudmannsson, P., Berge, J., Druid, H., Ericsson, G. & Eriksson, A. 2017. A unique fatal moose attack mimicking homicide. Journal of Forensic Sciences. DOI: 10.1111/1556-4029.13579.
  3. Krange, O., Sandström, C., Tangeland, T. & Ericsson, G. 2017. Approval of Wolves in Scandinavia: A Comparison Between Norway and Sweden. Society and Natural Resources 30:9, 1127-1140. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08941920.2017.1315652
  4. Allen, A., Dorey, A., Malmsten, J., Edenius, L., Ericsson, G., & Singh, N. 2017. Habitat-performance relationships of a large mammal on a predator-free island dominated by humans. Ecology and Evolution 7: 305-319. DOI 10.1002/ece3.2594
  5. Niemi, M., Rolandsen, C., Neumann, W., Kukko, T., Tilikainen, R., Pusenius, J., Solberg, E. & Ericsson, G. 2017. Temporal patterns of moose-vehicle collisions with and without personal injuries. Accident Analysis & Prevention 98:167-173. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aap.2016.09.024
  6. Johansson, M., Sandström, C., Pedersen, E. & Ericsson, G. 2016. Factors governing human fear of wolves: Moderating effects of geographical location and standpoint on nature protection. European of Wildlife Research 62:749-760. DOI: 10.1007/s10344-016-1054-5
  7. Allen, A.M., Månsson, J., Sand, H., Malmsten, J., Ericsson, G. & Singh. N.J 2016. Scaling up movements: from individual space use to population patterns. Ecosphere 7(10):e01524. 10.1002/ecs2.1524.
  8. Johansson, M., Dressel, S., Kvastegård, E., Ericsson, G., Fischer, A., Kaltenborn, B. P., Vaske, J. & Sandström, C. 2016. Describing Human-Wildlife Interaction from a European Perspective. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 21(2): 158-168.
  9. Singh, N., Allen, A. & Ericsson, G. 2016. Quantifying migration behaviour using Net Squared Displacement approach: clarifications and caveats. PlosOne. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0149594
  10. Lian M, Evans A, Björck S, Esteruelas N, Beckmen K, Jones K, Angel M, Stenbacka F, Bentzen T, Demma D, Ericsson G, Tryland M, dasNeves C, Os Ø, Aanes R, Andersen R, Strand O& Arnemo J. 2015. Arterial blood-gas evaluation before and after intranasal oxygen supplementation in chemically immobilized arctic ungulates.Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 2015, 42, A56–A57
  11. Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Neumann, W., Arnemo, JM. & Singh, NJ. 2015. Offset between GPS collar recorded temperature and ambient weather station data. European Journal of Wildlife Research 61(6): 919-922. DOI 10.1007/s10344-015-0968-7
  12. Neumann, W., Martinuzzi, S., Estes, A.B., Pidgeon, A. M., Dettki, D., Ericsson, G. & Radeloff, V. C. 2015. Opportunities for the application of advanced remotely-sensed data in ecological studies of terrestrial animal movement. Movement Ecology 3(1):8. DOI 10.1186/s40462-015-0036-7
  13. Thulin, C.-G., Malmsten, J. & Ericsson, G. 2015. Growing wildlife populations in Sweden shift the baseline for societal perception of ecosystem services and zoonoses. European Journal of Wildlife Research. 61 (5):649-656 DOI 10.1007/s10344-015-0945-1
  14. Månsson, J., Roberge, J.-M., Edenius, L., Bergström, R., Nilsson, L., Lidberg, M., Komstedt, K., & Ericsson, G. 2015. Food Plots as a Habitat Management Tool: Forage Production and Ungulate Browsing in Adjacent Forest. Wildlife Biology 21:246-253. DOI. 10.2981/wlb.00019
  15. Eriksson, M., Sandström, C., & Ericsson, G. 2015. Direct experience and attitude change towards bears and wolves. Wildlife Biology, 21(3), 131-137. http://dx.doi.org/10.2981/wlb.00062
  16. Edenius, L., Månsson, J., Hjortstråle, T, Roberge, J.-M. & Ericsson, G. 2015. Effects of high-stump pre-commercial thinning on moose browsing and damage in young Scots pine stands. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 30(5), 382-387. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02827581.2015.1021374.
  17. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W, & Dettki, H. 2015. Moose anti-predator behaviour towards baying dogs in a wolf-free area. European Journal of Wildlife Research. Volume 61 (4): 575-582 DOI: 10.1007/s10344-015-0932-6
  18. Ljung, P. E., Riley, S. J., & Ericsson, G. 2015. Game meat consumption feeds urban support of traditional use of natural resources. Society & Natural Resources, 28(6):657-669. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08941920.2014.933929
  19. Dressel, S., Sandström, C. & Ericsson, G. 2015. A Meta-Analysis of attitude surveys on bears and wolves across Europe 1976-2012. Conservation Biology 29(2):565-574. 10.1111/cobi.12420
  20. Edenius, L. & Ericsson, G. 2015. Effects of ungulate browsing on recruitment of aspen and rowan: a demographic approach, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 30(4):283-288. DOI: 10.1080/02827581.2014.999823
  21. Thurfjell, H., Spong, G., Olsson, M., & Ericsson, G. 2015. Avoidance of high traffic levels results in lower risk of wild boar-vehicle accidents. Landscape and Urban Planning, 133, 98-10 4. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2014.09.015
  22. Singh, N. & Ericsson, G. 2014. Linking movement speeds and turnings to reproduction in a large mammal. Biology letters, 10(6), 20140379. DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2014.0379
  23. Ljung, P., Widemo, F. & Ericsson, G. 2014. Trapping in predator management: catching the profile of trap users in Sweden. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 60(4), 681-689. DOI: 10.1007/s10344-014-0837-9
  24. Singh, N. J., K. Danell, L. Edenius and Ericsson, G. 2014. Tackling the motivation to monitor: success and sustainability of a participatory monitoring program. Ecology & Society 19 (4): http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-06665-190407
  25. Lian, M., Evans, A.L., Bertelsen, M.F., Fahlman, Å., Haga, H.A, Ericsson, G.& Arnemo, J.M. 2014. Improvement of arterial oxygenation in free-ranging moose (Alces alces) immobilized with etorphine-acepromazine-xylazine. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 56: 51. doi:10.1186/s13028-014-0051-5
  26. Thurfjell, H., Spong, G. & Ericsson, G. 2014. Effects of weather, season and daylight on female wild boar movement. Acta Theriologica 59(3): 467-472. doi:10.1007/s13364-014-0185-x
  27. Kagervall, A., Heberlein, T.A., Hellström. G., & Ericsson, G. 2014. Conceptualization and Measurement of Catch-and-release Norms. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, Vol 14:139-153. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10871209.2014.843221
  28. Edenius, L., Roberge, J.-M., Månsson, J. & Ericsson, G. 2014. Ungulate-adapted forest management: effects of harvest timing and slash treatment on forage availability and use following final felling and commercial thinning. European Journal of Forestry Research 133:191–198. DOI:10.1007/s10342-013-0758-2.
  29. Boman, M., Fredman, P., Lundmark, L. & Ericsson, G. 2013. Outdoor recreation - a necessity or a luxury? Estimation of Engel curves for Sweden. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 3-4:49–56. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jort.2013.09.002
  30. Neumann W., Ericsson G., Dettki H, & Radeloff V. 2013. Behavioural response to infrastructure of wildlife adapted to natural disturbances? Landscape and Urban Planning 114:9-27. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2013.02.002
  31. Thurfjell, H., Spong, G. & Ericsson, G. 2013. Effects of hunting on wild boar Sus scrofa behaviour. Wildlife Biology 19:87-93.
  32. Ljung, P., Riley, S., Heberlein, T. & Ericsson, G. 2012. Eat Prey and Love: Game Meat Consumption and Attitudes toward Hunting. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36(4): 669-675. 10.1002/wsb.208
  33. Evans, A. L., Fahlman, Å., Ericsson, G., Haga, H.A., & Arnemo, J. M. 2012. Physiological Evaluation of Free-ranging Moose (Alces alces) Immobilized with Etorphine-Xylazine-Acepromazine in Northern Sweden. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica.2012, 54:77. DOI: 10.1186/1751-0147-54-7734.
  34. Ezebilo, E., Sandström, C. & Ericsson, G. 2012. Browsing damage by oose in Swedish forests: assessments by hunters and foresters. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 27:659-668. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02827581.2012.698643
  35. Singh, N.J., Börger, L., Dettki, H., Bunnefeld, N. & Ericsson, G. 2012. From migration to nomadism: movement variability in a northern ungulate across its latitudinal range. Ecological Applications 22(7):2007-2020. DOI. 10.1890/12-0245.1
  36. Larsson, T., Rosqvist, G., Ericsson, G. & Heinerud, J. 2012. Climate Change, Moose and Humans in Northern Sweden 4000 cal. yr BP. Journal of Northern Studies. 6(1):9-30
  37. Månsson, J., Bunnefeld, N., Andrén, H. & Ericsson, G. 2012. Spatial and temporal predictions of moose Alces alces winter distribution. Oecologia 170:411-419. DOI 10.1007/s00442-012-2305-0.
  38. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Bunnefeld, N., Keuler, N. S., Helmers, D. P. & Radeloff, V. C. 2012. Difference in spatiotemporal patterns of wildlife road-crossings and moose-vehicle collisions. Biological Conservation 145:70–78.
  39. Neumann W., Ericsson G., Dettki, H. & Arnemo J.M. 2011. Effect of immobilizations on female moose (Alces alces) activity and space use. Canadian Journal of Zoology 89: 1013–1018.
  40. Neumann W., Ericsson G. & Dettki H. 2011. The impact of human recreational activities – moose as case study. ALCES 47: 17-25.
  41. Boman, M., Mattsson, L., Ericsson, G. & Kriström, B. 2011. Moose Hunting Values in Sweden Now and Two Decades Ago: The Swedish Hunters Revisited. Environmental Resource Economics 50:515–530.
  42. Kindberg, J., Swenson, J.E., Ericsson, G., Bellemain, E., Miquel, C. & Taberlet, P. 2011. Estimating population size and trends of the Swedish brown bear (Ursus arctos) population. Wildlife Biology 17: 114-123.
  43. Thulin, C.-G., Englund, L., Ericsson, G. & Spong. 2011. G. The impact of founder events and introductions on genetic variation in the muskox Ovibos moschatus in Sweden. Acta Theriologica 56:305-314.
  44. Håkansson, C., Bostedt, G. & Ericsson G. 2011. Exploring Distributional Determinants of Large Carnivore conservation in Sweden. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 54(5): 577-595.
  45. Edenius, L., Ericsson, G., Kempe, G., Bergström, R., & Danell, K. 2011. Effects of changing land use and browsing on aspen abundance and regeneration: a fifty year perspective from Sweden. Journal of Applied Ecology 48: 301–309.
  46. Bunnefeld, N., Börger, L., van Moorter, B., Rolandsen, C., Dettki, H., Solberg, E. & Ericsson, G. 2011. A model-driven approach to quantify migration patterns: individual, regional and yearly differences. Journal of Animal Ecology 80: 466–476.
  47. Støen, O.-G., Neumann, W, Ericsson, G., Swenson, J. E., Dettki, H., Kindberg, J. & Nellemann, C. 2010. Behavioral response of moose and brown bears to direct helicopter approach by researchers. Wildlife Biology16: 292-300.
  48. Neumann W., Ericsson G., Dettki H. 2010. Does off-trail backcountry skiing disturb moose? European Journal of Wildlife Research 56: 513-518.
  49. Sahlsten, J., Bunnefeld, N., Månsson, J., Ericsson, G., Bergström, H. & H. Dettki. 2010. Can supplementary feeding be used to redistribute moose Alces alces? Wildlife Biology 16:85-92.
  50. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G. & Dettki, H. 2009. The non-impact of hunting on moose Alces alces movement, diurnal activity, and activity range. European Journal of Wildlife Research 55:255-265.
  51. Persson, J., Ericsson, G. and Segerström, P. 2009. Human caused mortality in the endangered Scandinavian wolverine population. Biological Conservation 142: 325-331.
  52. Kindberg, J., Ericsson, G. & Swenson, J. 2009. Monitoring rare or elusive large mammals using effort-corrected voluntary observers; the brown bear as a case study. Biological Conservation 142:159-165.
  53. Heberlein, T.A., Serup, B. & Ericsson, G. 2008. Female hunting participation in North America and Europe. Human Dimensions of Wildlife.13:6,443-458.
  54. Heberlein, T. & Ericsson, G. 2008. Public Attitudes and the Future of Wolves (Canis lupus) in Sweden. Wildlife Biology 14: 391-394.
  55. Ericsson, G., Bostedt, G., & Kindberg, J. 2008. Wolves as a symbol for people's willingness to pay for large carnivore conservation. Society and Natural Resources. 21:1-16.
  56. Dettki, H, & Ericsson, G. 2008. Screening Radiolocation Datasets for Movement Strategies with Time Series Segmentation. Journal of Wildlife Management 72 (2): 535-542.
  57. Bostedt, G., Ericsson. G. & Kindberg, J. 2008. Contingent Values as Implicit Contracts - Estimating Minimum Legal Willingness To Pay for Conservation of Large Carnivores in Sweden. Environmental and Resource Economics. Vol 39 (2): 189-198.
  58. Ericsson, G., Bostedt, G., & Kindberg, J. 2007. Willingness to pay (WTP) for wolverine Gulo gulo conservation. Wildlife Biology 13 (suppl. 2):2-12.
  59. Zakrisson, C., Ericsson, G., & Edenius, L. 2007. Effect of browsing on the recruitment and mortality of European aspen (Populus tremula L.) Scandinavian Journal of Forestry Research 22:324-332.
  60. Nellemann, C, Støen O-G, Kindberg, J, Swenson, J. Vistnes, I, Ericsson, G. Katajisto, J, Kaltenborn, B. & Martin, J. 2007. Terrain use by brown bears in relation to resorts and human settlements. Biological Conservation 138: 157-165.
  61. Edenius. L., Ericsson, G. 2007. Aspen demographics in relation to spatial context and ungulate browsing: implications for conservation and forest management. Biological Conservation 135: 293-301.
  62. Ericsson, G., Sandström, C. & Bostedt, G. 2006. The problem of spatial scale when studying human dimensions of a natural resource conflict: humans and wolves in Sweden. International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 2:343-349.
  63. Arnemo, J, M., Ahlquist, P., Andersen, R., Berntsen, F, Ericsson, G., Odden, J., Brunberg, S., Segerström, P. & Swenson, J.E. 2006. Risk of capture related mortality in free-ranging mammals: experiences from Scandinavia. Wildlife Biology 12: 109-113.
  64. Heberlein, T. & Ericsson, G. 2005. Ties to the countryside: Urban attitudes toward hunting, wildlife and wolves. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. volume 10: 213-227.
  65. Ericsson, G., Heberlein, T., Karlsson, J., Bjärvall, A. & Lundvall, A. 2004. Support for hunting as a means of wolf population control in Sweden. Wildlife Biology. 10:269-276.
  66. Dettki, H., Ericsson, G. & Edenius, G. 2004. Real-time moose tracking: an internet based mapping application using gps/gsm-collars in Sweden. Alces 40: 13-21.
  67. Jaren, V., Sinclair, A.R.E., Andersen, R., Danell, K., Schwartz, C., Peterson, R.O., Bowyer, R.T. & Ericsson, G. 2003. Moose in northern integrated ecosystem management – how should the Malawi principles be adapted? Alces 39:1-10.
  68. Ericsson, G. 2003. Of moose and man: the past, the present and the future of human dimensions in moose research. Alces 39:11-26.
  69. Heberlein T. A, Ericsson, G. & Wollscheid, K.-U. 2003. Correlates of hunting participation in Europe and North America. European Journal of Wildlife Research (Zeitschrift für Jagdwissenschaft) 48 (supplement): 320-326.
  70. Ericsson, G. & Heberlein, T. A. 2003. "Jägare talar naturens språk" (Hunters speak nature's language): A comparison of outdoor activities and attitudes toward wildlife among Swedish hunters and the general public. European Journal of Wildlife Research (Zeitschrift für Jagdwissenschaft) 48 (supplement): 301-308.
  71. Ericsson, G. & Heberlein. T. 2003. Attitudes of hunters, locals and the general public in Sweden now that the wolves are back? Biological Conservation 111(2): 149-159.
  72. Danell, K., Bergström, R., Edenius, L. & Ericsson, G. 2003. Ungulates as drivers of tree population dynamics. Forest Ecology and Management 181:67-76.
  73. Suominen, O., Edenius, L., Ericsson, G. & Resco de Dios, V. 2003. Gastropod diversity in isolated and aggregated aspen stands in coastal northern Sweden. Forest Ecology and Management 175: 403-412.
  74. Williams, C. K., Ericsson, G. & Heberlein, T. A. 2002. A quantitative summary of attitudes toward wolves and their reintroduction (1972-2000). Wildlife Society Bulletin 30(2):575-584.
  75. Ericsson, G. & von Essen, H. 2002. Moose shot at and not retrieved in Sweden. Proceeding of the 24th Int Congress of Game Biologists pp 55-63.
  76. Edenius, L., Bergman, M., Ericsson, G. & Danell, K. 2002. The role of moose as a disturbance factor in managed boreal forests. Silva Fennica 36(1): 57-67.
  77. Edenius, L., Ericsson, G. & Näslund, P. 2002. Selectivity by moose versus the spatial distribution of aspen: a natural experiment. Ecography 25(3):289-294.
  78. Ericsson, G., Ball, J. P. & Danell, K. 2002. Moose offspring body mass along an altitudinal gradient. Journal of Wildlife Management 55 (1):91-97.
  79. Ericsson, G. 2001. Reversed cost of reproduction in moose Alces alces through human harvest. ALCES 37: 61-69.
  80. Ericsson, G., Edenius, L. & Sundström, D. 2001. Factors affecting browsing on European aspen Populus tremula L. in a managed boreal landscape. Écoscience. 8(3):344-349.
  81. Ericsson, G. & Wallin, K. 2001. Age-specific moose Alces alces mortality in a predator free environment: evidence for senescence in females. Écoscience 8:157-163.
  82. Ericsson, G., Wallin, K., Ball, J.P. & Broberg, M. 2001. Age-related reproductive effort and senescence in free-ranging moose Alces alces. Ecology 82: 1613-1620.
  83. Ericsson, G., Boman, M. & Mattsson, L. 2000. Selective versus random moose harvesting: Does it pay to be a prudent predator? Journal of Bioeconomics 2:1-16.
  84. Ball, J. P., Ericsson, G. & Wallin, K. 1999. Climate change, moose and their human predators. Ecological Bulletins 47:178-187.
  85. Ericsson, G. & Wallin, K. 1999 Hunter observations as an index of moose population parameters. Wildlife Biology 5:177-185.
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Book chapters - International

  1. Dettki, H., Ericsson, G., Giles, T. & Norrsken-Ericsson, M. 2013. Wireless Remote Animal Monitoring (WRAM) - A new international database e-infrastructure for telemetry sensor data from fish and wildlife. p. 247-256. In: Proceedings Etc 2012: Convention for Telemetry, Test Instrumentation and Telecontrol (Eds. The European Society of Telemetry.). Books on Demand, pp. 292, ISBN: 978-3-7322-5646-4.
  2. Mattsson L, Boman M, Ericsson G, Paulrud A, Laitila T, Kriström B. & Brännlund, R. 2008. Welfare foundations for efficient management of wildlife and fish resources for recreational use in Sweden. In Consumptive Wildlife Tourism – Hunting, Shooting and Sport Fishing. (Editor: B.Lovelock, Dept of Tourism, University of Otago, New Zeeland). Taylor and Francis.

Book chapters - National

  1. Dettki, H. & Ericsson, G. 2016. Wireless Remote Animal Monitoring – a Swedish LifeWatch data provider. In Swedish LifeWatch – a national e-infrastructure for biodiversity data. Artdatabanken, SLU, Uppsala 72 p,
  2. Lundberg, P., Mörner, T., Bergström, R., Danell, K., Elmberg, J. & Ericsson, G. 2010. Viltpopulationer och deras dynamik. I Vilt, människa, samhälle. (Eds. Danell, K. & Bergström, R.). Liber, Stockholm, Sverige.
  3. Willebrand, T., Ericsson, G., Andrén, H., Liberg, O. & Kjellander´, P. 2010. Populationsekologi – tre exempel. I Vilt, människa, samhälle. (Eds. Danell, K. & Bergström, R.). Liber, Stockholm, Sverige.
  4. Bergström, R., Helldin, J.-O., Boman, M., Mattsson, L., Karlsson, J., Ericsson, G., Hake, M., Mörner, M., Persson, I.-L., Risberg, P., & Danell, K. 2010. Viltet i samhället. I Vilt, människa, samhälle. (Eds. Danell, K. & Bergström, R.). Liber, Stockholm, Sverige.
  5. Ericsson, G., Danell, K., Boman, M., Mattsson, L. & Weinberg, U. 2010. Viltet och människan. I Vilt, människa, samhälle. (Eds. Danell, K. & Bergström, R.). Liber, Stockholm, Sverige.
  6. Lundberg, P., Kjellander, P., Hörnell-Willebrand, M., Elmberg, J., Liberg, O., Ericsson, G., Andrén, H., Spong, G. & Thulin, C.-G. 2010. Åtgärder – beskattning. I Vilt, människa, samhälle. (Eds. Danell, K. & Bergström, R.). Liber, Stockholm, Sverige.
  7. Ericsson, G. 2005. Människan - ett accepterat rovdjur. Pages 24-30 in: Viltvård, älgar och jaktturism. Tvärvetenskapliga perspektiv på jakt och vilt i Sverige 1830-2000, Ed. S. Åkerberg. Hållbarhetsrådet, Umeå, Sweden.

Abstract and Conference Contributions, international

  1. Neumann, W., Sandström, C., Östlund, L. & Ericsson, G. 2016. Evaluating a management indicator from an biological, ecological, and social perspective. Transdisciplinary Wildlife Management : The XVI Nordic Congress of Wildlife Research, Arctic Centre, Rovaniemi, Finland, May 31-June 3, 2016. ISBN:978-952-326-226-3
  2. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G. 2015. Landscape use and movement of reindeer and moose in the Scandinavian mountainous landscape. 14th Arctic Ungulate Conference, Røros, Norway 16-21 August 2015.
  3. Ericsson, G. 2015. Experiences from adaptive management in Sweden; a new moose management system? 14th Arctic Ungulate Conference, Røros, Norway 16-21 August 2015.
  4. Neumann W., Ericsson G. Land use of reindeer and moose in the Swedish Mountain landscape. Ann Oikos Meeting 2015, Umeå, Sweden.
  5. Lian M, Evans A, Björck S, Esteruelas N, Beckmen K, Jones K, Angel M, Stenbacka F, Bentzen T, Demma D, Ericsson G, Tryland M, dasNeves C, Os Ø, Aanes R, Andersen R, Strand O& Arnemo J. 2015. Arterial blood-gas evaluation before and after intranasal oxygen supplementation in chemically immobilized arctic ungulates. Abstracts presented at the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia Annual Meeting,19th September,2015,WashingtonDC,USA.
  6. Neumann W., Ericsson G., Sandström C., Östlund L., Holmgren L., Josefsson T. Miljöövervakning och beslutsstöd i fjällen. 2015 Naturvårdsverket årliga forskningskonferens, Stockholm, Sweden.
  7. Lian M, Evans AL, Björck S, Angel M, Stenbacka F, Singh NJ, Ericsson G, Arnemo JM. 2014. Helicopter chase and capture event's effect on the physiology of free-ranging moose (Alces alces) using blood gasses, lactate and body temperature as variables. 48th North Americam Moose Conference and Workshop, 28 April - 1 May 2014, Girdwood, Alaska, USA.
  8. Singh NJ, Arnemo JM, Ericsson G, Evans AL, Stenbacka F. 2014. Internal state versus external environment: combining eco-physiology and movement ecology of a large herbivore. Symposium on Animal Movement and the Environment, 5-7 May 2014, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.
  9. Lian M, Evans AL, Björck S, Angel M, Stenbacka F, Singh NJ, Ericsson G, Arnemo JM. 2014. Physiological evaluation of the effect of the capture event on free-ranging moose (Alces alces) using blood gasses, lactate and body temperature as variables. 11th EWDA Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, 24-29 August 2014.
  10. Singh NJ, Evans AL, Stenbacka F, Ericsson G, Arnemo JM. 2004. Neither too hot nor too cold. Thermoregulation in Scandinavian moose. 5th Bio-logging Science Symposium, Strasbourg, France, 22-26 September 2014.
  11. Dressel, S., Sandström, C. & Ericsson, G. 2014. From common interest to common management – a meta-analysis of attitude towards large carnivores across Europe. Pathways 2014: Common Futures. Integrating human dimensions into fisheries and wildlife management. October 5th-9th. Estes Park Colorado.
  12. Kvastegård, E., Sandström, C. & Ericsson, G. 2014. Social and economic consequences of wolf re-colonization in Sweden. Pathways 2014: Common Futures. Integrating human dimensions into fisheries and wildlife management. October 5th-9th. Estes Park Colorado.
  13. Krange, O., Sandström, C., Ericsson, G. & Tangeland, T. 2014. Opinions on wolves in Scandinavia: Comparison between Norway and Sweden. Pathways 2014: Common Futures. Integrating human dimensions into fisheries and wildlife management. October 5th-9th. Estes Park Colorado.
  14. Evans AL, Butler E, Singh N, Ericsson G, Arnemo JM. 2013. New developments in biologging techniques: physiological sensors with a mortality alert. 62nd International Conference of the Wildlife Disease Association, 27 July-2 August 2013, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA.
  15. Thulin C-G, Malmsten J, Ericsson G. 2013. Zoonosis and societal perception of wildlife – A Swedish perspective. The 62nd International Conference of the Wildlife Disease Association, July 27- August 2, 2013 Knoxville, Tennessee.
  16. Heberlein, T. A. & Ericsson, G. 2012. Social change and sustainable sport hunting: Maintaining hunter populations. International Conference on Hunting for sustainability: Ecology, Economics and Society, Ciudad Real, Spain. March 27-29, 2012.
  17. Neumann, W. & Ericson, G. 2012. Does hunting disturbances increase risk for wildlife-vehicle collissions? IENE 2012 Int. Conf. Potsdam, Berlin. Germany.
  18. Dettki, H., Ericsson, G., Giles, T. & Norrsken-Ericsson, M. 2012. Wireless Remote Animal Monitoring (WRAM) – A new international database e-infrastructure for telemetry sensor data from fish and wildlife. European Telemetry and Test Conference 2012, Munich, Germany.
  19. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Dettki, H. & Radeloff V. 2012 Behavioural response to infrastructure of wildlife adapted to natural disturbances. The 7th Int. Moose Symposium, Bialowieza, Polen.
  20. Evans, A.L., Fahlman, Å., Ericsson, G., Haga, A. & Arnemo, J.M. Physiological evaluation of free-ranging moose (Alces alces) immobilized with etorphine-xylazine-acepromazine in Northern Sweden. 2nd IRSAE Conference, Evenstad, Norway, 8-12 August 2011.
  21. Lian, M., Evans, A.L., Bertelsen, M.F., Fahlman, Å., Haga, H.A., Ericsson, G. & Arnemo, J.M. Alleviating hypoxemia in immobilized free-ranging moose (Alces alces) immobilized. Wildlife Disease Association International Conference, Lyon, France, 22-27 July 2012.
  22. Evans, A.L., Fahlman, Å., Ericsson, G., , Haga, H A., & Arnemo, J. M. 2011. Physiological Evaluation of Free-ranging Moose (Alces alces) Immobilized with Etorphine-Xylazine-Acepromazine in Northern Sweden. International Research School in Applied Ecology (IRSAE). Evenstad, Norway, 8-12 August 2011.
  23. Edenius, L. & Ericsson, G. 2011. Implementation of a new moose management system in Sweden – challenges and opportunities. Abstracts from the XVth Nordic Congress of wildlife research: transboundary wildlife management, Reykjavik, Iceland, 21-23 May 2011.
  24. Dettki, H., Spong, G. & Ericsson, G. Moose on the move – From GPS to genes: Moose research at SLU – a presentation. CAnMove Symposium 'The Genetics of Migration', Lund University, December 6th 2010.
  25. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G. & Dettki H. 2010. Behavioural side effects of human harvest in ungulates? 24th International Congress for Conservation Biology ICCB, Edmonton, Canada.
  26. Ericsson, G., Langenberg, R. & Bunnefeld, N. 2010. Year-around habitat selection by GPS collared moose in Northern Sweden. 45th North American Moose Conference, International Falls, USA.
  27. Dettki, H., Ericsson, G., Neumann, W. & Berger, A. 2010. How do GPS-collared moose deal with temperature induced heat stress during summer? – a case study in Northern Scandinavia. 45th North American Moose Conference, International Falls, USA.
  28. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G. & Dettki, H. 2010. The impact of human recreational activities on wildlife – moose as case study. 45th North American Moose Conference, International Falls, USA.
  29. Bunnefeld, N., Zwennes, K., Mysterud, A., Leo, L.- E. & Ericsson, G. 2009. Movement patterns of red deer and moose during rutting. Meeting on movement modeling. Center for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis, Oslo, Norway.
  30. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G. & Dettki, H. 2009. Scared moose? Final conference of the Program Adaptive Management of Fish and Wildlife, Uppsala, Sweden.
  31. A. Berger, H. Dettki, G, Ericsson. 2009. Annual and diurnal patterns of continuously measured activity in moose (Alces alces) Poster at 7th Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife at IZW Berlin (21-24th Sept)
  32. Ericsson, G. SNS Network of Climate Change Risks on Forests (FoRisk) 2008.
  33. Boman, M., Ericsson, G. & Mattsson, L. 2008. Moose hunting values in Sweden now and two decades ago. The Swedish hunters revisited. 16th annual conference of The European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE),Gothenburg,Sweden, June 25-28, 2008.
  34. Neumann W., Ericsson G., Dettki H. 2008. Wildlife behavior and habitat use towards tourism activities - experimental disturbances of moose. The Wildlife Society 15th Annual Conference TWS, Miami, 2008-11-08 - 2008-11-12.
  35. Dettki H., Ericsson G., Solberg E.J. 2008. Real-Time Tracking of Moose Using GPS and GSM Telemetry in Scandinavia: Internet based Database and Mapping Tools for Foresters and Hunters. 28th European Telemetry Conference, Munich, Germany, 2008-04-15 - 2008-04-17.
  36. Dettki H., Ericsson G. 2007.Screening Large GPS and VHF Datasets for Movement Strategies with Time Series Segmentation. 6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics, Berlin, Germany, 2007-10-07 - 2007-10-10.
  37. Dettki H., Ericsson G., Neumann W. 2007 Moose in Midscandinavia - How to handle large GPS and activity datasets? IUGB; International Union of Game Biologists, Uppsala, 2007-08-13 - 2007-08-18. In: IUGB 2007. Book of abstracts.
  38. Neumann W., Dettki H., Ericsson G. 2007. Monitoring disturbance effects on moose using real-time data. IUGB; International Union of Game Biologists, Uppsala, 2007-08-13 - 2007-08-13.In: IUGB. Book of abstracts. .
  39. Ericsson G. 2007. The consumptive network around hunting; can that explain why we see attitude stability in Sweden? ISSRM 2007. Park City, Utah, USA. June 21.
  40. Thulin C-G, Ericsson G, Danell K., & Bergström R. 2007. Long-term genetic consequences of intense hunting pressure on Swedish moose. Evolutionary change in human altered environments Los Angeles, USA Feb 8-10 2007.
  41. Dettki, H. & Ericsson, G. 2006. Home range calculations vs. movement analysis; Separation of dispersal, migration and nomadic movement when using GPS-data. The Wildlife Society 13th Annual Conference in Anchorage, Alaska, September 23-27.
  42. Ericsson, G. Neumann, W. & Dettki. H. 2006. Selection of moose calving sites in relation to human activity. The Wildlife Society 13th Annual Conference in Anchorage, Alaska, September 23-27.
  43. Sandström, C. & Ericsson, G. 2006. G. Co-management of large carnivores in a multi-level institutional setting: problems and prospects. The 12th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM), Vancouver, Canada, June 3-8.
  44. Ericsson, G. Kindberg, J. & Bostedt, G. 2005. Who are willing to pay for Wolverines? Results from a unique national survey. 1st International Symposium on Wolverine Research and Management. Jokkmokk, Sweden, June 16-18.
  45. Ericsson, G. & Sandström. C. 2005. The problem of scale when studying human dimensions of natural resource conflict: Human and carnivores a case study. The 11th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM). Östersund, Sweden, June 16-19.
  46. Stedman, R. & Ericsson. G. 2005 Understanding the human predator: Predicting willow grouse hunting by integrating ecological and sociological theory. The 11th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM). Östersund, Sweden, June 16-19.
  47. Ericsson, G. 2005. Invigning De5Stora. Royal Inauguration of Large Carnivore Information Center at Järvzoo, Järvsö, Sweden.
  48. Dettki, H. & Ericsson, G. 2005. Internet based mapping tools for wildlife management: Real-time GPS/GSM moose tracking and habitat analysis. The Wildlife Society 12th Annual Conference in Madison, Wisconsin, September 25-29.
  49. Arnemo, J.-M., Ericsson G, Øen, E. O., Broman, E., Heim, M., Wallin, K., Os, Ø. & Ball, J.P. Immobilization of free-ranging moose (Alces alces) with etorphine or etorphine-acepromazine-xylazine in Scandinavia 1984-2003: A review of 2,754 captures [abstract]. Proceedings American American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, Wildlife Disesase Association and American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians Joint Conference; San Diego (CA), USA; 27 August - 3 September 2004: 519-520.
  50. Edenius, L. & Ericsson, G. 2003. Co-management of large ungulates and browsing-prone woody plants: moose and aspen in Sweden. Page 370 in Programme and Abstracts from "3rd International Wildlife Management Congress", Christchurch, New Zealand 1-5 December 2003.
  51. Ericsson, G. 2002. On moose and man: The past, the present and the future of human dimension in moose research. The 5th International Moose Symposium, Hafjell, Norway 4-9 August. Invited paper

Reports

  1. Ericsson, G, Neumann, W., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L., Dettki, H, Arnemo, J., Singh, N. & Jatko, M. 2017. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna i Svappavaara 2016-2017; rörelse och aktivitet. Umeå: Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Environmental Studies, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Rapport / Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö.
  2. Ericsson G., Neumann, W., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L., Pettersson, J., Dettki, H, Arnemo J., Singh, N. & Saitzkoff, R. 2017. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Norrbotten 2016-2017 :vandring och rörelseaktivitet i Haparanda-Kalix, Junosuando och Gällivare. Umeå: Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Environmental Studies, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Rapport / Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö.
  3. Eriksson, M., Sandström, C. & Ericsson, G. 2017. Undersökning om attityder till aktiviteter i skyddad natur i Jämtland Umeå: Institutionen för Vilt, Fisk och Miljö, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet . Rapport / Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö.
  4. Neumann, W., Stenbacka, F., Dettki, H. & Ericsson, G. 2017. Slutrapport GPS-renar i Jovnevaerie sameby och vindkraftparken Mörttjärnberget, januari 2014 till december 2016. Umeå: Institutionen för Vilt, Fisk och Miljö, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet . Rapport / Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö,
  5. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Pettersson, J., Dettki, H., Stenbacka, F., Edenius, L., Evans, A.L., Arnemo, J., Widemo, F., Cromsigt, J. & Singh, N. 2016. Årsrapport SYDÄLG Öster Malma 2015/2016: Rörelse, hemområden och reproduktion. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2016:8
  6. Ericsson, G., Malmsten, J., Neumann, W., Dettki, H., Nilsson, K., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L., Arnemo, J., Edenius, L., Cromsigt, J. & Singh, N. 2016. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Öland 2015/2016. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2016:7
  7. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Nilsson, K., Stenbacka, F., Arnemo, J., Edenius, L., Cromsigt, J. & Singh, N. 2016. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Växjö 2015/2016. Rapport Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2016:6
  8. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Edenius, L., Malmsten, J., Nilsson, K., Stenbacka, F., Arnemo, J., Singh, N& Cromsigt, J. 2016. Årsrapport GPS-rådjur på Öland 2015/2016: Rörelse och överlevnad. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2016:5
  9. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Dettki, H., Edenius, L., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L., Arnemo, J., Cromsigt, J. & Singh, N. 2016.. Årsrapport GPS-märkta älgarna i Nikkaluokta 2015-2016. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2016:4
  10. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L., Pettersson, J., Dettki, H., Arnemo, J., Cromsigt, J. & Singh, N. 2016. Slutrapport GPS‐älgarna i Tjåmotis 2014‐2016: Rörelse och reproduktion. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2016:3
  11. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Allen, A., Stenbacka, F., Pettersson, J., Dettki, H., Cromsigt, J., Singh, N. & Kindberg, J. 2016. Slutrapport GPS-älgarna Norrbotten 2013-2015; rörelse och reproduktion i Arvidsjaur, Niemisel, och Ängesån; 2016:2
  12. Neumann, W., Dettki, H., Stenbacka, F., Andersson, E., Klemensson, K.‐O. & Ericsson, G. 2016. Delrapport GPS-renar i Jovnevaerie sameby: Januari 2014 till Mars 2015. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö ; 2016:1
  13. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Dettki, H., Andersson, E., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L. & Arnemo, J. 2014. Årsrapport GPS-märkta älgarna i Nikkaluokta 2013-2014. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2015:11
  14. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Pettersson, J., Andersson, E., Dettki, H., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L., Edenius, L., Arnemo, J., Widemo, F., Cromsigt, J. & Singh, N. 2015. Årsrapport Sydälg Öster Malma 2014/2015: rörelse, hemområden och reproduktion. Rapport.Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2015:7
  15. Ericsson, G., Malmsten, J., Neumann, W., Dettki, H., Nilsson, K., Andersson, E., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L., Arnemo, J., Edenius, L., Cromsigt, J. & Singh, N. 2015. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Öland 2014/2015; rörelse, reproduktion och överlevnad. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2015:6
  16. Dalin, A. -M., Ericsson, G., Gren, I.-M., Kjellander, P. & Thulin, C.-G. 2015. SLU satsar vilt och brett! Umeå: Dept. of Ecology, Dept. of Economics, Dept. of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies, Dept. of Clinical Sciences, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.
  17. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Hågeryd, A., Andersson, E., Dettki, H., Stenbacka, F., Edenius, L., Evans, A. L., Arnemo, J., Widemo, F., Cromsigt, J. & Singh, N. 2015. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Växjö 2014/2015. Umeå: Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2015:5
  18. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Dettki, H., Edenius, L., Andersson, E., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L., Arnemo, J., Cromsigt, J. & Singh, N. 2015. Årsrapport GPS-märkta älgarna i Nikkaluokta 2014-2015. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2015:4
  19. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L., Pettersson, J., Andersson, E., Dettki, H., Arnemo, J., Cromsigt, J., Singh, N., & Kindberg, Jonas. 2015. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna i Tjåmotis 2014-2015; rörelse och reproduktion. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2015:3
  20. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Edenius, L., Malmsten, J., Nilsson, K., Stenbacka, F., Arnemo, J., Singh, N& Cromsigt, J. 2015. Årsrapport GPS-rådjur på Öland 2014-2015; rörelse, reproduktion och överlevnad. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2015:2
  21. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L., Pettersson, J., Andersson, E., Dettki, H., Arnemo, J., Cromsigt, J., Singh, N., Jatko, M., Sundgren, B., Saitzkoff, R. & Kindberg, J. 2015. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Norrbotten 2014-2015; rörelse och reproduktion i Arvidsjaur, Niemisel, och Ängesån. Rapport. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö; 2015:1
  22. Neumann, W., Pettersson, J., Dettki, H., Andersson, E., Stenbacka, F., Nordström, Å., Edenius, L., Singh, N., Cromsigt, J., Malmsten, J., Dalin, A. –M. & Ericsson, G. Årsrapport SYDÄLG Öster Malma 2013/2014: Rörelse, hemområden och reproduktion. SLU, Rapport 2014, Nr 8.
  23. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Malmsten, J., Dalin, A.- M., Dettki, H., Nilsson, K., Andersson, E., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L., & Arnemo, J. 2014. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Öland 2013/2014. Rapport (Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö). 2014:7
  24. Neumann, W., Hågeryd, A., Andersson, E., Nordström, Å., Dettki, H., Stenbacka, F., Edenius, L., Singh, N., Cromsigt, J., Malmsten, J., Dalin, A.- M., & Ericsson, G. 2014. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Växjö 2013/2014. Umeå. Rapport. SLU, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö. 2014:6.
  25. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Stenbacka, F., Evans, A. L,. Pettersson, J., Andersson, E., Kagervall, A., Dettki, Holger & Arnemo, Jon. 2014. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Norrbotten 2013-2014. Umeå. Rapport. SLU, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö) ; 2014:4
  26. Ljung, P.E, Sandström, C., Ericsson, G. & Kvastegård, E. Konsumtion av skogens ekosystemtjänster – vilt, svamp och bär. Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö, SLU, Rapport 2014: 2.
  27. Sandström, C., Ericsson, G., Dressel, S., Eriksson, M.& Kvastegård, Emma. 2014. Attityder till rovdjur och rovdjursförvaltning. Umeå. Rapport. SLU, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö. Rapport 2014: 1
  28. Kvastegård, E., Ericsson, G. & Sandström, C. 2013. Vargen påverkar jakten – men inte markpriset. Fakta Skog 6:2013. 4p.
  29. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Dettki, H., Andersson, E., Nordström, Å., Stenbacka, F., Edenius, L., Evans, A. L, & Arnemo, J. 2013. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Nikkaluokta/Norrbotten 2012-2013. Umeå. Rapport. SLU, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö. 2013:8
  30. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Hågeryd, A., Andersson, E., Nordström, Å., Dettki, H., Stenbacka, F., Edenius, L., Malmsten, J& Dalin, A. –M. 2013. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Växjö 2012/2013. Umeå. Rapport. SLU, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö. 2013:6
  31. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Bergqvist, G., Andersson, E., Nordström, Å., Stenbacka, F., Edenius, L., Malmsten, J.& Dalin, A.- M., 2013. Årsrapport SYDÄLG Öster Malma 2012/2013. Umeå. Rapport. SLU, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö. 2013:5
  32. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Malmsten, J., Dalin, A.-M., Dettki, H., Nilsson, K., Andersson, E., Nordström, Å. & Stenbacka, F. 2013. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Öland 2012/2013: rörelse, reproduktion och överlevnad. Umeå. Rapport. SLU, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö. 2013:4
  33. Ericsson, G., Edenius, L., Roberge, J.-M., Månsson, J. Cromsigt, J., Singh, N. & Neumann, W. Slutrapport. Temaforskningsprogram Vilt och Skog. Rapport 2013:3 Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö. 31 pp.
  34. Ericsson, G., Sandström, C., Kagervall, A. & Johansson, M. 2013. Attityder till varg och vargförvaltning. 2013. Rapport 2013:1 Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö. 32 pp.
  35. Krange, O., Tangeland,T., Sandström,C. & Ericsson,G. 2012. "Holdinger til store rovdyr i Norge og Sverige En komparativ studie av holdinger til rovdyr og rovviltforvaltning." NINA (In Norwegian).
  36. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Bunnefeld, N., Keuler, N. S., Helmers, D. P. & Radeloff, V. C. 2012. Reducing roadkill: driver awareness needs improving. European Commission DG ENV News Alert 290.
  37. Ericsson, G., Dalin, A-M. & Malmsten, J. 2012. Återrapportering Insamling Öster Malma Södermanland. Rapport. SLU, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö. 2012.
  38. Månsson, J., Roberge, J.-M., Edenius, L., Bergström, R., Nilsson, L., Komstedt, K., Lidberg, M. & Ericsson, G. 2012. Kunskap om Vilt och Skog 4: viltåkrar - foderproduktion och indirekta effekter på skogen. SLU. Fakta Skog; 2012:15
  39. Edenius, L., Roberge, J.-M., Månsson, J. & Ericsson, G. 2012. Kunskap om Vilt och Skog 3: risseparering som foderskapande åtgärd för klövvilt vid föryngringsavverkning och gallring. SLU Fakta Skog:2012:14
  40. Bergquist, J., Roberge, J.-M., Edenius, L. & Ericsson, G. 2012. Kunskap om Vilt och Skog: referenshägn som instrument i viltförvaltningen. SLU. Fakta Skog:2012:13
  41. Roberge, J.-M., Månsson, J., Edenius, L., Lindqvist, S. & Ericsson, G. 2012. Kunskap om Vilt och Skog 1: vad visar inventeringar av älgskador och betestryck i skog? SLU Fakta Skog:2012:12
  42. Ericsson, G., Dalin, A-M. & Malmsten, J. 2012. Rapport. Insamling av käkar och reproduktionsorgan, Kronoberg 2011/2012. Rapport. SLU, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö. 2012:5.
  43. Kagervall, A., Sandström, C., Ericsson, G. & Ljung. P. 2012. Om svenskars inställning till jakt och vargjakt. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet. Rapport 8. Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö. 37 s.
  44. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Bergström, R., Nilsson, K., Andersson, E. &Nordström Å. 2012. Årsrapport GPS-älgar Misterhult 2011/2012. Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet, 10pp. http://www.moose-research.se/media/misterhult_2011_2012_20120720.pdf
  45. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Bergström, R., Bergqvist, G., Andersson, E. & Nordström Å. 2012. Årsrapport GPS-älgar Öster Malma 2011/2012. Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet, 11pp. http://www.moose-research.se/media/om_rapport2011_2012_20120716.pdf
  46. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Bergström, R., Hågeryd, A., Andersson, E. & Nordström Å. 2012. Årsrapport GPS-älgar Växjö 2011/2012. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, 10pp. http://www.moose-research.se/media/vx_2011_2012_20120716.pdf
  47. Edenius, L., Roberge, J.-M., Månsson, J., Ericsson G. & Bergström R. 2012. Viltbete och foderproduktion - inventeringsresultat våren 2011. Rapport (Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö) vol. 2012:1
  48. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Dettki, H., Pettersson, J., Granström, Å., Singh, N., Andersson, E., Nordström, Å. & Arnemo, J. 2012. ICEMOOSE. Rapport GPS-älgarna i Nikkaluokta, Norrbotten 2010-2012. Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet, 15 pp.
  49. Neumann, W., Ericsson, G., Sävberger, L. & Seiler, A. 2011. Adaptiv älgförvaltning nr 12: Älg och trafik. Fakta Skog nr 21. 4s.
  50. Danell, K., Ball, J., Bergström R., Ericsson, G., Kindberg, J. & Sand, H. 2011. Inventering för adaptiv älgförvaltning i älgförvaltningsområden (ÄFO)– Älgkalvvikter. Manual nr 4. 11 s
  51. Bergström, R., Månsson, J., Kindberg, J., Pehrson, Å., Ericsson, G. & Danell, K. 2011 Inventering för adaptiv älgförvaltning i älgförvaltningsområden (ÄFO)– Spillningsinventering av älg. Manual nr 3. 15 s.
  52. Ericsson, G. & Kindberg, J. 2011. Inventering för adaptiv älgförvaltning i älgförvaltningsområden (ÄFO)– Älgobservationer (Älgobs). Manual nr 2. 14 s.
  53. Kindberg, J., Ericsson, G., Danell, K. & Bergström, R. 2011. Inventering för adaptiv älgförvaltning i älgförvaltningsområden (ÄFO)– Avskjutningsstatistik för älg. Manual nr 1. SLU. 11 s.
  54. Ericsson G., Neumann W., Dettki H., Bergström R., Nilsson K., Andersson E. & Nordström Å. 2011. Årsrapport GPS-älgarna Misterhult 2010/2011 Rapport (Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö) vol. 2011:6
  55. Ericsson G., Neumann W., Dettki H., Bergqvist G., Bergström R., Andersson E. & Nordström Å. 2011. Årsrapport SYDÄLG Öster Malma 2010/2011 Rapport (Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö) vol. 2011:5
  56. Ericsson G., Dahlin A.M. & Malmsten J. 2011. Återrapportering insamling Öster Malma/ Södermanland 2010/2011 Rapport (Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö) vol. 2011:8
  57. Ericsson G., Dettki H., Kagervall A., Sundgren B., Geibrink O., Neumann W., Andersson E., Nordström Å. & Edenius L. 2011. Förvaltningsmärkning älg i Norrbotten : underlag för framtida adaptiv förvaltning : slutrapport Överkalix/Kalixdalen 2008/2010 Rapport (Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö) vol. 2011:2
  58. Ericsson G., Dahlin A.M., Malmsten J. 2011. Rapport - insamling av käkar och reproduktionsorgan i Växjö, Kronoberg 2010/2011 Rapport (Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö) vol. 2011:7
  59. Neumann W., Ericsson G., Dettki H., Bergström R., Hågeryd A., Andersson E. & Nordström Å. 2011. Tema vilt och skog : årsrapport GPS-älgarna : referensområde Växjö 2010/2011 Rapport (Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Institutionen för vilt, fisk och miljö) vol. 2011:4
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  68. Håkansson, C., Bostedt, G. & Ericsson, G. 2009. Exploring Distributional Determinants of Willingness-To-Pay for Large Carnivore Populations in Sweden. Institutionen för Skogsekonomi. Arbetsrapport 372. 29pp.
  69. Kindberg, J., Swenson, J. & Ericsson, G. 2009. Björnstammens storlek i Sverige 2008 – länsvisa uppskattningar och trender. Rapport 20092 från det Skandinaviska björnprojektet. 6 s.
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  72. Schön, M., Ericsson, G. & Dettki, H. 2007. Slutrapport Älg i MittSkandia. 2004-2007. Storumans kommun. 62 sidor.
  73. Mattsson, L, Boman, M., & Ericsson, G. Jakten i Sverige - Ekonomiska värden och attityder jaktåret 2005/2006. Publicerad på www.viltochfisk.se 29 november 2007.
  74. Neumann W., Ericsson G. & Hörnell-Willebrand, M. 2007. Studie om beskattning av viltförekomst och -fördelning med spillningsdata. SLU.Slurapport KSLA.
  75. Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Neumann, W., Andersson, E., Nordström, Å. & Edenius, L. 2007. Förvaltning av älg i Västerbotten: Märkning av älg som en del av viltövervakningen. Delrapport märkning Malå 2006/2007. Publicerad på www-moosetrack.slu.se 29 october 2007.
  76. Ericsson, G., Pettersson, Å., Åkerrén, O., Örnstedt, B., Lönnerholm, T., & Heberlein, T. 2007. Reserapport Studieresa USA-Kanada. SOU Utredningen om de stora rovdjuren M2006:1. Miljödepartementet, Stockholm. 61 sidor.
  77. Schön, M. & Ericsson, G. Årsrapport Älg i MittSkandia 2006. Storumans kommun. 15 sidor. Published on http://www.algimittskandia.se/
  78. Sandström, C. & Ericsson, G. 2006. Rovdjursfrågan ingen traditionell höger-vänster fråga. Partier går i otakt med sina väljare. FjällMistra Rapport 24. 24 p.
  79. Ericsson, G., Neumann, W., Solberg, E.J., Dettki, H., Andersson, E., Johnsen, B., & Nordström, Å. 2006. 2006 års kalvning Älg i MittSkandia. 29 Aug. 2006. Published on www.algimittskandia.se.
  80. Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Neumann, W., Andersson, E., Nordström, Å. & Edenius, L. 2006. Förvaltning av älg i Västerbotten: Märkning av älg som en del av viltövervakningen. Delrapport märkning Hällnäs 2005/2006. Publicerad på www-moosetrack.slu.se 16 maj 2006.
  81. Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Geibrink, O., Sundgren, B., Neumann, W., Andersson, E., Nordström, Å. & Edenius, L. 2006. Förvaltningsmärkning älg i Norrbotten: Delrapport Arjeplogs kommun 2005/2006. Publicerad på www-moosetrackbd.slu.se. 10 maj 2006.
  82. Ericsson, G., Kindberg, J., Bostedt, G. & Heberlein, T. 2006. Vilka värderar ett ökat antal stora rovdjur i Sverige? FjällMistrarapport Rapport nr: 20.
  83. Danell, K., Baskin, L., Bergström, R., Ericsson, G. & Skarpe, C. 2006. Plant – herbivore systems in Kamchatka. – Swedish Polar Research Institute, Yearbook 2005: 121-124
  84. Ericsson, G. & Larsson, H. 2005. Årsrapport Älg i MittSkandia 2005. Storumans kommun. 15 sidor. Published on http://www.algimittskandia.se/. 5 sidor.
  85. Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Arnemo. J, M., Neumann, W., Ågren, M., Solberg, E. J., Andersson, E. & Nordström, Å. 2005. Älg i Mittskandia. Årsrapport forskningsaktiviteter. 31 november 2005. Publicerad på www.algimittskandia.se.
  86. Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Edenius, L., Ball, J.P. & Andersson, E. 2005. Förvaltning av Älg i Västerbotten: Märkning av Älg som en del av Viltövervakningen - Delrapport märkning Nordmaling 2004/2005. Arbetsrapport, Inst. f. skogl. zooekologi, SLU Umeå.
  87. Kindberg, J., Swenson, J. E. & Ericsson, G. 2005. Populationsutveckling för björnstammen i Sverige 2005 Rapport till Naturvårdsverket från Skandinaviska björnprojektet. 31 maj 2005.
  88. Ericsson, G., Eriksson, T., Laitila, T., Sandström, C., Willebrand, T. & Öhlund, G. 2005. Delrapport om jakt och fiske - omfattning, betydelse och förvaltning. FjällMistrarapport Rapport nr: 14.
  89. Ericsson, G. & Sandström, C. 2005. Delrapport om svenskarnas inställning till rovdjurspolitik och -förvaltning. FjällMistrarapport Rapport nr: 10.
  90. Ericsson, G., Dettki, H., Edenius, L., Ball, JP. & Andersson, E. 2004. Förvaltning av Älg i Västerbotten: Märkning av Älg som en del av Viltövervakningen - Delrapport märkning Åsele 2003/2004. Arbetsrapport, Inst. f. skogl. zooekologi, SLU Umeå.
  91. Edenius, L., Ericsson, G & Zakrisson, C. 2004. Asp betas hårdare i skog än vid åker — ökat betestryck under senaste årtiondet. SLU Skog FAKTA Nr 5.
  92. Persson, J., Zachrisson, A., Sandström, C. & Ericsson, G. 2004. Lokal förvaltning av stora rovdjur; En kunskapssammanställning. FjällMistrarapport Rapport nr: 3.
  93. Kindberg, J., Swenson, J., Brunberg, S. & Ericsson, G. 2004. Preliminär rapport om populationsutveckling och -storlek av brunbjörn i Sverige, 2004. Published on www.naturvardsverket.se June 26 2004.
  94. Ericsson, G. 2003. Svenskarnas syn på viltet – förr (1980) och idag (2001). Kungliga skogs- och lantbruksakademiens tidskrift 142(2):15-20.
  95. Ericsson, G. & Heberlein. T. 2002. Svenskt stöd för varg och vargjakt. Fakta Skog 8:2002. SLU Kontakt. ISSN 1400-7789.
  96. Ericsson, G. & Heberlein. T. 2002. Fyra av fem svenskar stödjer jakt. Fakta Skog 2:2002. SLU Kontakt. ISSN 1400-7789.
  97. Ericsson, G. & Heberlein. T. 2002. Svenskarnas inställning till varg och vargjakt. SLU Kontakt, nr 14. ISBN 91-576-6132-4.
  98. von Essen, H. & Ericsson, G. 1999. Älgjakt och skadskjutning under den första älgjaktsveckan. Viltforum 1999:2.
  99. Albrectsen, B., Andersson, E., Bergman, M., Ericsson, G., Gowda, J., Hjälten, J., Levin, P., Nordengren, C. & Sjöberg, M. 1999. Southern temperate ecosystems of Patagonia: a field course in ecology and natural history. Projekt rapport. SLU. Umeå. 19pp.
  100. Engen, S. Ericsson, G. Jerstad, K. Sæther, B-E, Wallin, K. & Willebrand, T. 1998 Sett elg og Cersim som verktøy i elgforvaltningen. Direktoratet for Naturforvaltning og Svenska Jägareförbundet.
  101. Ericsson, G., Wallin, K., Gustafsson, L., & Cederlund, G. 1997. Att observera älg : En fråga om täthet, rörelse och synbarhet. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.

Popular science

  1. Dettki, H. & Ericsson, G. 2017. Wireless Remote Animal Monitoring – a Swedish LifeWatch data provider. pp 26-27 in Swedish LifeWatch – a national e-infastructure for biodiversity data. Summary report 2010-2016.
  2. Kjellander P, Sand H, Andreassen H, Andrén H, Elmhagen B, Ericsson G, Linnell J D C, Mikusinski G, Mysterud A, Månsson J, Persson J, Solberg E J, Thulin C-G, Wabakken P, Wikenros C 2014. För att påverka naturen krävs minst 4.000 vargar. Dagens Nyheter, Debatt 30/1
  3. Ericsson G, Dalin A-M, Steen M, Thulin C-G, Wallin K, Hård af Segerstad C. 2013. Överdrivna rapporter om massdöd bland vilda djur. Dagens Nyheter, Debatt 25/8
  4. Thulin C-G, Ericsson G, Ståhl G (2013). Älgdöden i Sverige borde vara ett nationellt intresse. Sveriges Television, Debatt (webb) 23/10
  5. Ericsson, G., Larsson, T., Rosqvist, G. & Jonasson, C. 2011. Älgen flyr när klimatet ändras. Miljötrender 4:12-13.
  6. Ericsson, G. & Sandström, C. Fler rovdjur vid vår sida. 2010. Miljötrender 2:3-5.
  7. Ericsson, G., Sandström, C. och Dahl, F. 2009. Färre svenskar lämnar asfaltsdjungeln. Miljötrender 3:3-5
  8. Thulin, C.-G. och Ericsson, G. 2009. Vitsvanshjort nyligen påträffad i Sverige. Fauna & Flora 104 (3), s. 32-36.
  9. Ericsson, G., Eklund N-O., Bergström, R. and Sahlsten, J. 2009. Att utfodra älgar - hur påverkas skogen? Svensk Jakt 11:54-55.
  10. Ericsson, G., Kindberg, J. & J. E. Swenson. 2009. Hur många björnar finns det? Svensk Jakt 9:80-81
  11. Larsson, T. och Ericsson, G. 2008. Älgen och människan - en mångtusenårig relation. Vetenskapsrådet Tvärsnitt 4/08:28-29..
  12. Ericsson, G.,Kindberg, J. & Swenson. J. 2008. Jägarna vet hur många björnar det finns! Svensk Jakt 8:108-109.
  13. Ericsson, G., Ahlgren U. (Ed.). 2008. Många svenskar äter vilt. Miljötrender från SLU, vol 2, 14-14
  14. Ericsson G., Serup B., Heberlein T., Heberlein T., Ahlgren U. (Ed.). 2008. Jägarna behövs i viltförvaltningen. Miljötrender från SLU, vol 2, 12-14
  15. Mattsson, L., Boman, M. & Ericsson, G. 2008. 3 130 000 000 – Så mycket är jakten värd. Svensk Jakt nr 5, s. 74-77.
  16. Dettki H., & Ericsson G. 2004. Bättre viltförvaltning med GPS Miljötrender nr 3-4: s8-9.
  17. Swenson, J.E., Kindberg, J., Bellemain, E., Brunberg, S. & Ericsson, G. 2004. Björnstammen är större än man trott. Våra rovdjur 3:14-15.
  18. Ericsson, G. Danell, K. & Ball. J. P. 2000.Svalka och regn ger stora älgkalvar. Svensk Jakt 12: 68-69.
  19. Ericsson, G. Danell, K. & Ball. J. P. 2000. Tyngre älgkalvar vid kusten. Svensk Jakt 9: 60-61.
  20. Sundström, D., Ericsson, G. och Edenius, L. 1999. Aspen klarar 8 älgar på 1000 hektar. Skogen 5: 64-65.
  21. Ericsson, G. & Kindberg, J. 1998. Fler älgkalvar i söder. Svensk Jakt 12:98-99.
  22. Ericsson, G. & Wallin, K. 1998. Mantimmar bättre än mandagar. Svensk Jakt 11:100-101.
  23. Ericsson, G. & Wallin, K. 1998. Räkna älg en viktig uppgift. Svensk Jakt 10:100-101.
  24. Ericsson, G. Wallin, K. & Cederlund, G. 1997. Hur vanliga är svåra skadskjutningar under älgjakten? Svensk Jakt 2:10-11.
  25. Wallin, K., Ericsson, G. & Cederlund, G. 1996. Taggbegränsning lönar sig. Svensk Jakt 8:68-72.
  26. Ericsson, G. 1996. Liv och död - en summering av älgprojektet i Uppland. ABC-jakt 3:19.
  27. Ericsson, G. 1995. Älgmärkning i Uppland - en lägesrapport. ABC-Jakt 8:6-9.
  28. Wallin, K. & Ericsson, G. 1995. Ålder, horn och reproduktion under älgjakten 1994. Från Hav till Fjäll 19:10-13.
  29. Wallin, K., Ericsson, G. & Cederlund, G. 1995. Egna älgar - och andras. Svensk Jakt 3:36-39.
  30. Ericsson, G. & Wallin, K. 1995. Rätt att spara tvåkalvskor? Svensk Jakt 12:12-15.
  31. Ericsson, G. & Wallin, K. 1994. Antalet älgar som ses - bara en fråga om hur många som finns? SLU (stencil)
  32. Ericsson, G. & Wallin, K. 1994. Ligger brunstuppehållet rätt? Svensk Jakt 10:68-71.
  33. Wallin, K., & Ericsson, G. 1993. Älgobsen - hur ser man älgar? Från Hav till Fjäll. 17(4):8-13.

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