Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Social information use is a process across time, space, and ecology, reaching heterospecifics.
Decision making can be facilitated by observing other individuals faced with the same or similar problem, and recent research suggests that this social information use is a widespread phenomenon.… Expand
Long‐Term Effects of Forestry on Birds of the Eastern Canadian Boreal Forests: a Comparison with Fennoscandia
: Logging is considered the most important threat to species in boreal forests. In contrast to eastern Canada, where most boreal forests remain largely untouched, in Fennoscandia it is possible to… Expand
Demographic Responses by Birds to Forest Fragmentation
Despite intensive recent research on the effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on bird popu- lations, our understanding of underlying demographic causes of population declines is limited. We… Expand
Do migrant birds have more pointed wings?: A comparative study
- M. Mönkkönen
- Evolutionary Ecology
- 1 September 1995
SummaryDo birds that migrate over longer distances have more pointed wings than more sedentary birds? Within several bird genera, species differ considerably in their migration distances. This makes… Expand
Diversity patterns in Palaearctic and Nearctic forest bird assemblages
- M. Mönkkönen
- 1 March 1994
Random processes and geographic species richness patterns: why so few species in the north?
In response to the suggestion that the latitudinal gradient in species richness is the result of stochastic processes of species distributions, we created a computer simulation program that enabled… Expand
Co-variation and indicators of species diversity: Can richness of forest-dwelling species be predicted in northern boreal forests?
Abstract Design and establishment of ecologically good networks of conservation areas often requires quick assessments of their biodiversity. Reliable indicators would be useful when doing such… Expand
Participation and compensation claims in voluntary forest conservation: A case of privately owned forests in Finland
Abstract A new market-based voluntary programme aimed at preserving forest habitats on private land has been implemented in Finland. This scheme is based on conservation by fixed-term agreements… Expand
Spatially dynamic forest management to sustain biodiversity and economic returns.
- M. Mönkkönen, A. Juutinen, +5 authors O. Tikkanen
- Economics, Medicine
- Journal of environmental management
- 15 February 2014
Production of marketed commodities and protection of biodiversity in natural systems often conflict and thus the continuously expanding human needs for more goods and benefits from global ecosystems… Expand
Woodland key habitats in northern Europe: concepts, inventory and protection
Abstract The woodland key habitat (WKH) concept has become an essential instrument in biodiversity-orientated forest management in northern Europe. The philosophy behind the concept is basically the… Expand