Research coordinator, SAPES
I mainly work with SAPES, a FORMAS-funded strong research environment with the aim to develop a sustainable agriculture that benefits biodiversity and ecosystem services. In our research, we collaborate with other universities as well as farmers and stakeholders. My various working tasks include contact with involved farmers, coordination of field work, data handling, organization of meetings and workshops, report writing and different administrative duties.
About me: After my dissertation in a project investigating the importance of farmland as stopover habitat for migrating birds, I am now employed as a research administrator at CEC.
Retrieved from Lund University's publications database
- Can intensively farmed arable land be favourable for birds during migration? The case of the Eurasian golden plover Pluvialis apricaria
- Consequences of organic farming and landscape heterogeneity for species richness and abundance of farmland birds.
- Farmland as stopover habitat for migrating birds - effects of organic farming and landscape structure