I am a research fellow at the Centre for Environmental and Climate research at Lund University, Sweden, where I study species' dynamics in response to global change: bird range-shifts in response to temperature rise, bird community changes when forest roads are opened, trees invading semi-natural grasslands.
Find more information about me and my research at my personal webpage: http://paulcaplat.weebly.com/
Retrieved from Lund University's publications database
- Impacts of global change on species distributions : Obstacles and solutions to integrate climate and land use
- Looking beyond the mountain: dispersal barriers in a changing world.
- Slututvärdering av det svenska landsbygdsprogrammet 2007–2013 : Delrapport II: Utvärdering av åtgärder för bättre miljö
- Usefulness of Species Traits in Predicting Range Shifts.
- Modeling population dynamics, landscape structure, and management decisions for controlling the spread of invasive plants
- Reproductive ecology of Pinus nigra in an invasive population : Individual- and population-level variation in seed production and timing of seed release
- Seed terminal velocity, wind turbulence, and demography drive the spread of an invasive tree in an analytical model
- Area mediated shifts in bird community composition : A study on a fragmented Mediterranean grassland
- Effects of disturbance frequency, species traits and resprouting on directional succession in an individual-based model of forest dynamics
- Modelling invasibility in endogenously oscillating tree populations : Timing of invasion matters