Heikki Mykrä focuses on Ecology, Community structure, Species richness, Biodiversity and Invertebrate. His Ecology study frequently involves adjacent topics like STREAMS. His work deals with themes such as Spatial analysis and Spatial variability, which intersect with Community structure.
His Species richness research focuses on subjects like Species diversity, which are linked to Biogeography and Landscape ecology. His studies in Biodiversity integrate themes in fields like Land use, Climate change, Aquifer, Groundwater and Water resources. His study focuses on the intersection of Invertebrate and fields such as Drainage basin with connections in the field of River ecosystem, Peat and Ecosystem.
Heikki Mykrä mainly focuses on Ecology, STREAMS, Invertebrate, Biodiversity and Species richness. Ecosystem, Boreal, Habitat, Community structure and Benthic zone are the primary areas of interest in his Ecology study. His research investigates the link between Community structure and topics such as Spatial analysis that cross with problems in Bioregion, Spatial distribution and Ecoregion.
His Invertebrate research integrates issues from Taxon and Beta diversity. His Biodiversity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Indicator species, Riparian zone and Water resources. His Species richness research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Rare species, Species diversity and Disturbance.
Heikki Mykrä mainly investigates Ecology, STREAMS, Biodiversity, Ecosystem and Diatom. Heikki Mykrä is interested in Benthic zone, which is a branch of Ecology. His Benthic zone study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Abundance, Boreal, Disturbance, Species richness and Decomposer.
His STREAMS research includes themes of Taxon, Taxonomic rank and Invertebrate. The various areas that Heikki Mykrä examines in his Biodiversity study include Riparian forest, Riparian zone and Boreal zone. Heikki Mykrä combines subjects such as Environmental chemistry, Nitrate, Nutrient and Water resources with his study of Diatom.
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Climate change impacts on groundwater and dependent ecosystems
Bjørn Kløve;Pertti Ala-Aho;Guillaume Bertrand;Jason J. Gurdak.
Journal of Hydrology (2014)
Scale‐related patterns in the spatial and environmental components of stream macroinvertebrate assemblage variation
Heikki Mykrä;Heikki Mykrä;Jani Heino;Timo Muotka;Timo Muotka.
Global Ecology and Biogeography (2006)
Twenty years of stream restoration in Finland : little response by benthic macroinvertebrate communities
Pauliina Louhi;Heikki Mykrä;Riku Paavola;Ari Huusko.
Ecological Applications (2011)
Geographical patterns of micro-organismal community structure: are diatoms ubiquitously distributed across boreal streams?
Jani Heino;Luis Mauricio Bini;Satu Maaria Karjalainen;Heikki Mykrä.
DEFINING MACROINVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGE TYPES OF HEADWATER STREAMS: IMPLICATIONS FOR BIOASSESSMENT AND CONSERVATION
Jani Heino;Timo Muotka;Heikki Mykrä;Riku Paavola.
Ecological Applications (2003)
Ecological filters and variability in stream macroinvertebrate communities: do taxonomic and functional structure follow the same path?
Jani Heino;Heikki Mykrä;Juho Kotanen;Timo Muotka.
Control of stream insect assemblages: roles of spatial configuration and local environmental factors
Jani Heino;Heikki Mykrä.
Ecological Entomology (2008)
Responses of taxonomic distinctness and species diversity indices to anthropogenic impacts and natural environmental gradients in stream macroinvertebrates
Jani Heino;Heikki Mykrä;Heikki Hämäläinen;Jukka Aroviita.
Freshwater Biology (2007)
Environmental disturbance can increase beta diversity of stream macroinvertebrate assemblages
Charles P. Hawkins;Heikki Mykrä;Heikki Mykrä;Jari Oksanen;Jacob J. Vander Laan.
Global Ecology and Biogeography (2015)
Weak relationships between landscape characteristics and multiple facets of stream macroinvertebrate biodiversity in a boreal drainage basin
Jani Heino;Heikki Mykrä;Juho Kotanen.
Landscape Ecology (2008)
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