Mattias Edman
Mattias Edman
Associate professor, Mid Sweden University
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Colonization and extinction patterns of wood‐decaying fungi in a boreal old‐growth Picea abies forest
MT Jönsson, M Edman, BG Jonsson
Journal of Ecology 96 (5), 1065-1075, 2008
1562008
Local dispersal sources strongly affect colonization patterns of wood‐decaying fungi on spruce logs
M Edman, N Kruys, BG Jonsson
Ecological Applications 14 (3), 893-901, 2004
1292004
Spatial pattern of downed logs and wood‐decaying fungi in an old‐growth Picea abies forest
M Edman, BG Jonsson
Journal of Vegetation Science 12 (5), 609-620, 2001
1112001
Abundance and viability of fungal spores along a forestry gradient–responses to habitat loss and isolation?
M Edman, M Gustafsson, J Stenlid, L Ericson
Oikos 104 (1), 35-42, 2004
962004
Species associations during the succession of wood-inhabiting fungal communities
E Ottosson, J Nordén, A Dahlberg, M Edman, M Jönsson, KH Larsson, ...
Fungal Ecology 11, 17-28, 2014
922014
Temporal variation of wood‐fungi diversity in boreal old‐growth forests: implications for monitoring
H Berglund, M Edman, L Ericson
Ecological Applications 15 (3), 970-982, 2005
912005
Spore deposition of wood‐decaying fungi: importance of landscape composition
M Edman, M Gustafsson, J Stenlid, BG Jonsson, L Ericson
Ecography 27 (1), 103-111, 2004
912004
Thresholds in nesting habitat requirements of an old forest specialist, the Brown Creeper (Certhia americana), as conservation targets
JF Poulin, MA Villard, M Edman, PJ Goulet, AM Eriksson
Biological Conservation 141 (4), 1129-1137, 2008
682008
Effects of enhanced tree growth rate on the decay capacities of three saprotrophic wood-fungi
M Edman, R Möller, L Ericson
Forest Ecology and Management 232 (1-3), 12-18, 2006
632006
Fungi and wind strongly influence the temporal availability of logs in an old‐growth spruce forest
M Edman, M Jönsson, BG Jonsson
Ecological Applications 17 (2), 482-490, 2007
602007
Effects of selection cutting on the abundance and fertility of indicator lichens Lobaria pulmonaria and Lobaria quercizans
M Edman, AM Eriksson, MA Villard
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (1), 26-33, 2008
572008
Diverse ecological roles within fungal communities in decomposing logs of Picea abies
E Ottosson, A Kubartová, M Edman, M Jönsson, A Lindhe, J Stenlid, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 91 (3), 2015
552015
Screening for species potentially sensitive to habitat fragmentation
H Dettki, M Edman, PA Esseen, H Hedenås, BG Jonsson, N Kruys, ...
Ecography 21 (6), 649-652, 1998
301998
Increased heat resistance in mycelia from wood fungi prevalent in forests characterized by fire: a possible adaptation to forest fire
F Carlsson, M Edman, S Holm, AM Eriksson, BG Jonsson
Fungal biology 116 (10), 1025-1031, 2012
272012
Effects of restoration fire on deadwood heterogeneity and availability in three Pinus sylvestris forests in Sweden
AM Eriksson, J Olsson, BG Jonsson, S Toivanen, M Edman
Silva Fennica 47 (2), Art. no. 954, 2013
262013
Climate and wood quality have decayer-specific effects on fungal wood decomposition
P Venugopal, K Junninen, R Linnakoski, M Edman, J Kouki
Forest Ecology and Management 360, 341-351, 2016
252016
Wood-disk traps provide a robust method for studying spore dispersal of wood-decaying basidiomycetes
M Edman, M Gustafsson
Mycologia 95 (3), 553-556, 2003
252003
Landscape and substrate properties affect species richness and community composition of saproxylic beetles
J Olsson, T Johansson, BG Jonsson, J Hjältén, M Edman, L Ericson
Forest ecology and management 286, 108-120, 2012
192012
Effect of heat on interspecific competition in saprotrophic wood fungi
F Carlsson, M Edman, S Holm, BG Jonsson
Fungal ecology 11, 100-106, 2014
162014
Resveratrol, piceatannol, and isorhapontigenin from Norway spruce (Picea abies) debarking wastewater as inhibitors on the growth of nine species of wood-decaying fungi
E Hedenström, AF Edfeldt, M Edman, BG Jonsson
Wood science and technology 50 (3), 617-629, 2016
132016
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