His primary areas of study are Ecology, Habitat, Species richness, Picea abies and Coarse woody debris. Ecology is represented through his Species diversity, Lichen, Forest management, Boreal and Old-growth forest research. His Habitat research includes themes of Forest ecology and Woodland.
In his work, Community structure, Riparian forest, Fomitopsis, Fomitopsis rosea and Environmental gradient is strongly intertwined with Abundance, which is a subfield of Species richness. His Picea abies research includes elements of Forest dynamics and Taiga. His Taiga research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Extinction debt and Substrate.
Bengt Gunnar Jonsson spends much of his time researching Ecology, Biodiversity, Taiga, Forest management and Picea abies. Habitat, Species richness, Old-growth forest, Boreal and Coarse woody debris are the subjects of his Ecology studies. Bengt Gunnar Jonsson has included themes like Agroforestry, Forest restoration, Ecology and Environmental resource management in his Biodiversity study.
The concepts of his Taiga study are interwoven with issues in Forest floor and Physical geography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Forest ecology and Disturbance. His Picea abies research incorporates themes from Biological dispersal, Forestry and Substrate.
Biodiversity, Taiga, Ecology, Agroforestry and Forest management are his primary areas of study. His work in Biodiversity addresses issues such as Prescribed burn, which are connected to fields such as Temperate climate. In his study, Green infrastructure and Occupancy is strongly linked to Habitat, which falls under the umbrella field of Taiga.
When carried out as part of a general Ecology research project, his work on Boreal, Ungulate and Vegetation is frequently linked to work in Natural and Biological sciences, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His research on Agroforestry also deals with topics like
Bengt Gunnar Jonsson spends much of his time researching Taiga, Green infrastructure, Biodiversity, Forest management and Wood production. The study incorporates disciplines such as Habitat, Disturbance, Clearcutting, Physical geography and Foothills in addition to Taiga. His Green infrastructure course of study focuses on Mountain range and Protected area.
His Biodiversity study contributes to a more complete understanding of Ecology. His study on Climate change and Understory is often connected to Biological sciences, Disturbance and Northern norway as part of broader study in Ecology. His studies deal with areas such as Convention on Biological Diversity, Ecosystem services, Ecoregion, Land tenure and Landscape planning as well as Wood production.
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Biodiversity in dead wood.
Jogeir N. Stokland;Juha Siitonen;Bengt Gunnar Jonsson.
Biodiversity in dead wood. (2012)
Measurement and evaluation of local muscular strain in the shoulder during constrained work.
Journal of human ergology (1982)
Ecology of Species Living on Dead Wood - Lessons for Dead Wood Management
Bengt Gunnar Jonsson;Nicholas Kruys;Thomas Ranius.
Silva Fennica (2005)
Fine woody debris is important for species richness on logs in managed boreal spruce forests of northern Sweden
Nicholas Kruys;Bengt Gunnar Jonsson.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (1999)
Wood-inhabiting cryptogams on dead Norway spruce (Picea abies) trees in managed Swedish boreal forests
Nicholas Kruys;Clas Fries;Bengt Gunnar Jonsson;Tomas Lämås.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (1999)
Kinesiology: with special reference to electromyographic kinesiology.
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Supplement (1978)
Exploring potential biodiversity indicators in boreal forests
Bengt Gunnar Jonsson;Mats Jonsell.
Biodiversity and Conservation (1999)
Treefall disturbance maintains high bryophyte diversity in a boreal spruce forest.
Bengt Gunnar Jonsson;Per-Anders Esseen.
Journal of Ecology (1990)
Habitat loss: ecological, evolutionary and genetic consequences
Andrew Sih;Bengt Gunnar Jonsson;Gordon Luikart.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2000)
Differences in habitat quality explain nestedness in a land snail meta‐community
Kristoffer Hylander;Christer Nilsson;Bengt Gunnar Jonsson;Tove Göthner.
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