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Joris Cromsigt

Joris Cromsigt
Associate Professor in Wildlife Ecology interested in the ecology of large mammals and how they affect the ecosystems they live in.

Bakgrund

2011-ongoing, Dept. Wildlife, Fish & Environmental Sciences, SLU, Umeå

2009-2011, Marie Curie Intra-European postdoctoral fellow, Center for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis, University of Oslo, Norway

2008-2009, Marie Curie postdoctoral fellow, Mammal Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences, Białowieża, Poland

2006-2007, Postdoctoral researcher, University of Groningen, the Netherlands

2001-2006, PhD, University of Groningen, the Netherlands

1999-2000, MSc, Wageningen University, the Netherlands

Publikationer i urval

Recent publications

Gosling CM, Schrama M, van Erk A, Olff H and Cromsigt JPGM. 2016. Contrasting effects of mammalian herbivores and rainfall on termite activity in an African savanna. Biotropica. In press.

Kuijper DPJ, Bubnicki JW, Churski M and Cromsigt JPGM. 2016. Multi-trophic interactions in anthropogenic landscapes: the devil is in the detail. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. In press.

van der Plas F, Howison RA, Mpanza N, Cromsigt JPGM and Olff H. 2016. Different‐sized grazers have distinctive effects on plant functional composition of an African savannah. Journal of Ecology DOI 10.1111/1365-2745.12549.

Sahlén E, Noell S, DePerno CS, Kindberg J, Spong G and Cromsigt JPGM. 2016. Phantoms of the forest: Legacy risk effects of a regionally extinct large carnivore. Ecology and Evolution 6: 791-799.

Nichols RN, Cromsigt JPGM and Spong G. 2015. Using eDNA to experimentally test ungulate browsing preferences. SpringerPlus 4:489.

Fox HV, Bonnet O, Cromsigt JPGM, Fritz H and Shrader AM. 2015. Legacy effects of different land-use histories interact with current grazing patterns to determine grazing lawn soil properties. Ecosystems 18:720-733.

Nichols RN, Cromsigt JPGM and Spong G. 2015. DNA left on browsed twigs uncovers bite-scale resource use patterns in European ungulates. Oecologia 178:275-284.