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Christine Haaland

Christine Haaland
Researcher and lecturer, ecologist, head of the landscape planning unit

Presentation

My interests are biodiversity, nature conservation, landscape ecology and green structure planning in rural, peri-urban and urban landscapes. The development of multifunctional green infrastructure - with focus on biodiversity, recreation, aesthetics and cultural heritage – is another topic that has been important to me.

 

Teaching

Examiner of the course  "Biological systems of the landscape" (more info here) for first year undergraduate landscape architect students

Teaching in courses at undergraduate and graduate level on sustainable urban development, biodiversity, ecosystem services and landscape ecology.

 

Research

In my research I have worked with issues concerning biodiversity and landscape ecology and in particular with butterflies. The development and planning of (multifunctional) green structure has been another topic that I have studied (in interdisciplinary research groups).

Ongoing research project (participant): VivaPlan

Project recently finished (participant):  BiodiverCity, where I investigate butterflies and bumblebees in green structures - including green roofs - in Malmö.

 

Cooperation

Background

Master (Diploma) in Biology (nature conservation) from Philipps Universität Marburg, Germany (1995)

PhD from SLU, Department of Landscape Planning, Alnarp (2003)

Selected publications

Selected publications:

Haaland, C. (2017) How to preserve a butterfly species within an urbanising settlement and its surroundings: a study of the scarce copper (Lycaena virgaureae L.) in southern Sweden. Journal of Insect Conservation 21, 917–927

Haaland, C. & Konijnendijk van den Bosch, C. (2015) Challenges and strategies for urban green-space planning in cities undergoing densification: a review. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 14, 760-771

Haaland, C. (2015) Abundances and movement of the Scarce Copper Butterfly (Lycaena virgaureae L.) on future building sites at a settlement fringe in southern Sweden. Journal of Insect Conservation 19, 255-264

Haaland, C., Fry, G. & Peterson, A. (2011) Designing farmland for multifunctionality, Landscape Research 36 (1), 41-62

Haaland, C., Naisbit, R,E. & Bersier, L.-F. (2011) Sown wildflower strips for insect conservation – a review, Insect Conservation and Diversity 4 (1), 60-80

Haaland, C. & Gyllin, M. (2010) Butterflies and bumblebees in greenways and sown wildflower strips in southern Sweden, Journal of Insect Conservation 14, 125-132

Schneider, C. (2003) The influence of spatial scale on quantifying insect dispersal: an analysis of butterfly data, Ecological Entomology 28, 252-256

Links

ResearchGate: Christine Haaland


Contact
Researcher at the Institutionen för landskapsarkitektur, planering och förvaltning
Telephone: 040-415481
Postal address:
Box 58
23053 Alnarp
Visiting address: Sundsvägen 4, Alnarp, Alnarp