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Mats Gyllin

Mats Gyllin
Employed as researcher at the Department of Work Science, Business Economics, and Environmental Psychology. Teaches ecology, botany and environmental psychology in several programmes at the Alnarp campus.

Presentation

I have been at SLU since 1993, after a degree in biology at Lund University and consequent employments there. Especially interested in biodiversity and its impact on people. I have also been involved in education administration at several positions since 2008. 

Teaching

Teaches at the landscape architect programme, and several master's programmes at the Alnarp campus. 

Research

Have been involved in several research projects, particularly with an urban focus, regarding urban biodiversity, environmental psychology, recreation and the connection between humans and the green environment.

Cooperation

Have been involved in several projects in cooperation with other departments within SLU and other universities, nationally and internationally.

Supervision

Supervises and examines several bachelor's and master's projects in several programmes annually.

Selected publications

Gyllin, M. (2004). Biological Diversity in Urban Environments - Positions, values and estimation methods. SLU, Alnarp. Retrieved from http://pub.epsilon.slu.se/566/

Gyllin, M. (2009). Slumrande dammar och yrvakna biotoper. In P. Hillbur (Ed.), Närnaturens mångfald - Planering och brukande av Arriesjöns strövområde (pp. 104–121). Malmö: MAPIUS 3, Malmö högskola.

Gyllin, M. (2009). Synen på den biologiska mångfalden - En upplevelsestudie kring Arriesjön. In P. Hillbur (Ed.), Närnaturens mångfald - Planering och brukande av Arriesjöns strövområde (pp. 220–240). Malmö: MAPIUS 3, Malmö högskola.

Gyllin, M. (2004). Det gröna i ögonvrån - om människan och hennes urbaniserade mutualister. In O. Reiter (Ed.), Synvändor - en antologi om landskapsplaneringens teori och praktik (pp. 22–29). Alnarp: Institutionen för landskapsplanering, SLU.

Gyllin, M., & Grahn, P. (2015). Semantic Assessments of Experienced Biodiversity from Photographs and On-Site Observations – A Comparison. Environment and Natural Resources Research, 5(4), 46–62. doi:10.5539/enrr.v5n4p46

Gyllin, M., & Grahn, P. (2005). A semantic model for assessing the experience of urban biodiversity. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 3(3-4), 149–161. doi:10.1016/j.ufug.2005.04.004

Haaland, C., & Gyllin, M. (2010). Butterflies and bumblebees in greenways and sown wildflower strips in southern Sweden. Journal of Insect Conservation, 14(2), 125–132. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10841-009-9232-3

Gyllin, M., & Kruuse af Verchou, A. (2008). Stadens ekologi: många möjligheter i det gröna. In E. Lisberg Jensen & P. Ouis (Eds.), Inne & ute i Malmö - Studier av urbana förändringsprocesser (pp. 138–150). Malmö: MAPIUS 2, Malmö högskola.

Haaland, C., & Gyllin, M. (2011). Sown Wildflower Strips – A Strategy to Enhance Biodiversity and Amenity in Intensively Used Agricultural Areas. In J. L. Pujol (Ed.), The Importance of Biological Interactions in the Study of Biodiversity (pp. 155–172). Rijeka, Croatia: InTech. Retrieved from http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/sown-wildflower-strips-a-strategy-to-enhance-biodiversity-and-amenity-in-intensively-used-agricultur

Haaland, C., Larsson, A., Peterson, A., & Gyllin, M. (2010). Implementing multifunctional greenways in Sweden – challenges and opportunities. In J. G. Fábos, R. L. Ryan, M. Lindhult, P. Kumble, L. Kollányi, J. Ahern, & S. Jombach (Eds.), Proceedings of Fábos Conference on Landscape and Greenway Planning 2010 : Budapest, July 8-11. Proceedings of full papers. Budapest: Corvinus University of Budapest. Retrieved from http://pub.epsilon.slu.se/8304/1/haaland_et_al_110831.pdf

Johansson, M., Gyllin, M., Witzell, J., & Küller, M. (2014). Does biological quality matter? Direct and reflected appraisal of biodiversity in temperate deciduous broad-leaf forest. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 13(1), 28–37. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ufug.2013.10.009

Johansson, M., Rahm, J., & Gyllin, M. (2012). Landowners’ Participation in Biodiversity Conservation Examined through the Value-Belief-Norm Theory. Landscape Research, 1–17. doi:10.1080/01426397.2012.673576

Larsson, A., Peterson, A., Bjärnborg, E., Haaland, C., & Gyllin, M. (2011). Regional Landscape Strategies and Public Participation: Towards Implementing the European Landscape Convention in Sweden. In M. Jones & M. Stenseke (Eds.), The European Landscape Convention : challenges of participation (Landscape Series Volume 13) (pp. 261–274). Dordrecht: Springer Verlag. Retrieved from http://pub.epsilon.slu.se/8306/1/Larsson_et_al_110901.pdf

Peterson, A., Gyllin, M., Haaland, C., & Larsson, A. (2010). Recreation in Swedish agricultural areas – public attitudes to multifunctional greenway designs. In J. G. Fábos, R. L. Ryan, M. Lindhult, P. Kumble, L. Kollányi, J. Ahern, & S. Jombach (Eds.), Proceedings of Fábos Conference on Landscape and Greenway Planning 2010 : Budapest, July 8-11. Proceedings of full papers. Budapest: Corvinus University of Budapest. Retrieved from http://pub.epsilon.slu.se/8309/1/Peterson_et_al_110901.pdf


Contact
Researcher at the Institutionen för människa och samhälle
Telephone: +4640415537, +46727252006
Postal address:
Box 88
23053 Alnarp
Visiting address: Slottsvägen 5, Alnarp