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      Sonja Leidenberger

      Senior Lecturer in Bioscience
      School of Bioscience
      Room G2306

      Research

      2023

      Sarah J. Bourlat, Georg F. Tschan, Sebastian Martin, Muhammad Iqram, Sonja Leidenberger

      Biological Conservation

      2023. Article. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2023.110247 Open Access

      Mats Niklasson, Emil Svensson, Sonja Leidenberger, Niclas Norrström, Elizabeth Crawford

      Journal of Insect Conservation

      2023. Article. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10841-023-00541-4 Open Access

      Ludmila Sromek, Eeva Ylinen, Mervi Kunnasranta, Simo N. Maduna, Tuula Sinisalo, Craig T. Michell, Kit M. Kovacs, Christian Lydersen, Evgeny Ieshko, Elena Andrievskaya, Vyacheslav Alexeev, Sonja Leidenberger, Snorre B. Hagen, Tommi Nyman

      Ecology and Evolution

      2023. Article. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.10608 Open Access

      2022

      Elizabeth Crawford, Sonja Leidenberger, Niclas Norrström, Mats Niklasson

      Sonja Leidenberger, Niclas Norrström, Mats Niklasson, Åslög Dahl

      Fauna och flora

      2022. Article.

      2021

      Kamil Hupało, Markus Majaneva, Molly Victoria Czachur, Lucas Sire, Daniel Marquina, Darío A. Lijtmaer, Vladislav Ivanov, Sonja Leidenberger, Fedor, Jr Čiampor, Zuzana Čiamporová-Zaťovičová, Izabela S. Mendes, Andrea Desiderato, Lasse Topstad, Kenny Meganck, Danial Hariz Z. A. et al.

      Environmental DNA

      2021. Article. https://doi.org/10.1002/edn3.152 Open Access

      Sonja Leidenberger, Andrea Kilströmer, Matthew Herring, Eric Bergwall

      2021. Report.

      Sonja Leidenberger, Iqram Muhammed, Sarah J. Bourlat

      1st DNAQUA International Conference 2021

      2021. Conference paper, oral presentation with abstract. Open Access

      Sonja Leidenberger, Niclas Norrström, Mats Niklasson

      NordBi-Aktuellt

      2021. Article. Open Access

      Ongoing projects

      Improve habitat quality and climate-adaptivity of freshwater ecosystems through management of alien invasive aquatic invertebrates

      The CLANCY project will increase the capacity of the North Sea Region to preserve climate-adaptive, biodiverse ecosystems, through management of the Chinese Mitten Crab.

      May 2023 - April 2028 Systems Biology

      End biodiversity loss through improved tracking of threatened invertebrates

      In today’s biodiversity crisis, there is an urgent need to monitor terrestrial and aquatic species in their natural habitats, especially those that may be endangered, invasive or elusive. Studies conducted within this project will lead to a new metod of tracking down threatened species, the results will be integrated into current monitoring programmes (e.g. red-listing) and action plans.

      April 2019 - March 2024 Systems Biology

      Finished projects

      Biodiversity in the marine algae belt

      The marine algae belt is one of the most active primary producing environments in the sea. It harbors a great diversity of animals including sea squirts, ribbon/nick/serpulid and spionid worms as well as ghost shrimps. Globally there exist over 7,000 species with around 250 species from Norway. The knowledge about their taxonomy and dis-tribution is poor. Specimens in museum collections are often quite old and wrongly determined. Many of these taxa include invasive species causing high economic dam-age in aquaculture and ship transportation. This is why we urgently need a field inven-tory to collect species from the Skagerrak up to 70°N i Norway. With morphological and molecular methods, we will determine the species and learn more about their dis-tribution.

      October 2020 - September 2023 Systems Biology

      Studying Nordic brown bees

      Imagine a bee collecting nectar and pollen from a flower. Their job as pollinators is one of the most important biological processes on our planet. Our survival depends on bees and other pollinators. But within recent years, reports show that our bees are not feeling well. To find out the wellbeing of different Swedish and Norwegian bee species we are going to compare these species in our research project, Supporting Nordic brown bees.

      January 2019 - December 2021 Systems Biology

      Landscape biodiversity capacity: a tool for measuring, monitoring and managing

      Sweden and the vast majority of other countries in the world have agreed to preserve biodiversity, ie the variation of species and natural environments. Man need biodiversity as the basis for ecosystem services. Some examples of ecosystem services are carbon sequestration that slows down global warming, water purification that gives clean drinking water and pollination that increases crops.

      April 2019 - December 2021 Systems Biology

      Inventory of invasive alien species in Lake Vänern

      Invasive alien species can affect biodiversity as they can compete with native species or spread infections. The consequences of alien species are often very costly. It is therefore important to detect invasive species as early as possible in order to control them. How is the situation in Lake Vänern? Researchers at the University of Skövde will carry out a feasibility study with the aim of taking an inventory of invasive alien crustaceans in the country's largest lake. Behind the assignment are the Lake Vänern Water Management Association and the county administrative boards around Lake Vänern.

      January 2021 - October 2021 Systems Biology
      Published: 1/9/2020
      Edited: 1/9/2020
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