Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet


Vetenskapliga publikationer

Kärvemo, S., Boeckel, T.P., Gibert, M., Gregoire, JC & Schroeder, M. 2014. Large-scale risk mapping of an eruptive bark beetle– importance of forest susceptibility and beetle pressure. Forest Ecology and Management 318: 158-166.

Öhrn, P., Långström, B., Lindelöw, Å., Björklund, N. (2014) Seasonal flight patterns of Ips typographus in southern Sweden and thermal sums required for emergence. Agriculture and Forest Entomology. Published on-line 5 JAN 2014. [ARTICLE] [Open access manuscript version]

'Marini, L., Lindelöw, Å., Jönsson, A.M., Wulf, S. & Schroeder, L.M. 2013. Population dynamics of the spruce bark beetle: A long-term study. Oikos, 122: 1768-1776.

Schroeder, L.M. 2013. Monitoring of Ips typographus and Pityogenes chalcographus: influence of trapping site and surrounding landscape on catches. Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 15: 113-119.

Jönsson, A.M., Schroeder, M., Lagergren, F.; Anderbrant, O. & Smith, B. 2012. Guess the impact of Ips typographus – an ecosystem modeling approach for simulationg spruce bark beetle outbreaks. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 166-167: 188-200.

Wulff, S, Lindelöw, Å, Lundin, L, Hansson, P, Axelsson, A-L, Barklund, P, Wijk, S, Ståhl G. 2012. Adapting forest health assessments to changing perspectives on threats—a case example from Sweden. Environmental Monitoring And Assessment. 184(4): 2453-2464.

Jönsson, A.M., Harding, S., Krokene, P., Lange, H., Lindelöw, Å., Økland, B., Ravn, H.P. &Schroeder, L.M. 2011. Modelling the potential impact of global warming on Ips typographus voltinism and reproductive diapauses. Climatic Change, 109: 695-718.

Komonen, A., Schroeder, L.M. & Weslien, J. 2011. Ips typographus population development after a severe storm in a nature reserve in southern Sweden. Journal of Applied Entomology, 135: 132-141.

Zhao T, Krokene P, Hu J, Christiansen E, Björklund N, et al. (2011) Induced Terpene Accumulation in Norway Spruce Inhibits Bark Beetle Colonization in a Dose-Dependent Manner. PLoS ONE 6(10): e26649. [FULL TEXT]

Økland, B., Erbilgin, N., Skarpaas, O., Christiansen, E. and Långström, B. 2011. Inter-species interactions and ecosystem effects of non-indigenous invasive and native tree-killing bark beetlesBiological Invasions 13: 1151-1164. [FULL TEXT]

Komonen, A., Schroeder, L.M. & Weslien, J. 2011. Ips typographus population development after a severe storm in a nature reserve in southern Sweden. Journal of Applied Entomology, 135: 132-141.

Schroeder, L.M. 2010. Colonisation of storm gaps by the spruce bark beetle – influence of gap and landscape characteristics. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 12: 29-39.

Kärvemo, S. & Schroeder, L.M. 2010. A comparison of outbreak dynamics of the spruce bark beetle in Sweden and the mountain pine beetle (Curculionidae: Scolytinae) in Canada. Entomologisk Tidskrift, 131: 215-224.

Långström, B., Lindelöw, Å., Schroeder, M., Björklund, N. & Öhrn, P. 2009.The spruce bark beetle outbreak in Sweden following the January-storms in 2005 and 2007. Proceedings of a workshop on "Insects and Fungi in Storm Areas" organised by the IUFRO WG7.03.10 "Methodology of Forest Insect and Disease Survey in Central Europe" on September 15 to 19, 2008 in Štrbské Pleso, Slovakia (in press).

Lindelöw, Å. & Schroeder, M. 2008. The Storm ”Gudrun” and the Spruce Bark Beetle in Sweden. Forstschutz Aktuell 4. Proceedings of the Second Meeting of Forest Protection and Forest Phytosanitary Specialists November 27-28, 2007, Vienna, Austria.

Schroeder, L.M. 2008. Insect pests and forest energy. In: D. Röser et al. (eds.), sustainable use of forest biomass for energy – a synthesis with focus on the Nordic and Baltic countries, 109-127. Springer.

Schroeder, L.M. 2007. Retention or salvage logging of standing trees killed by the spruce bark beetle Ips typographus – consequences for dead wood dynamics and biodiversity. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. 22: 524-530.

Schroeder, L.M. 2007. Escape in space from enemies: a comparison between stands with and without enhanced densities of the spruce bark beetle. Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 9: 85-91.

Lindelöw, Å. 2005. Conflict- leaving windfallen spruce trees as dead wood for Ips typographus or biodiversity?. Lesne Prace Badawcze, 2005/3. Proforest Workshop WP. 5.3. 3-7.VII 2004 Hajnowka.

Lindhe, A., Lindelöw,Å., & Åsenblad, N. 2005. Saproxylic beetles in standing dead wood density in relation to substrate sun-exposure and diameter. Biodiversity and Conservation 14:3033-3053.

Hedgren, P.O. & Schroeder, L.M. 2004. Reproductive success of the spruce bark beetle Ips typographus (L.) and occurrence of associated insects: a comparison between standing beetle-killed trees and cut trees. For. Ecol. Manage. 203: 241-250.

Lindhe, A. & Lindelöw, Å. 2004. Cut high stumps of spruce, birch, aspen and oak as breeding substrates for saproxylic beetles. Forest Ecology and Management. 203: 1-20.

Schroeder, L.M. & Lindelöw, Å. 2003. Response of Ips typographus (Scolytidae: Coleoptera) and other bark- and wood-boring beetles to a flash flood event. Scand. J. For. Res. 18: 218-224.

Schroeder, L.M. 2001Tree mortality by the bark beetle Ips typographus (L.) in storm-disturbed stands. Integrated Pest Management Reviews. 6: 169-175. (Published in 2003).

Schroeder, L.M. 2003. Differences in responses to a-pinene and ethanol, and flight periods between the bark beetle predators Thanasimus femoralis and T. formicarius (Col.: Cleridae). For. Ecol. Management. 177: 301-311.

Hedgren, P.O., Schroeder, L.M. & Weslien, J. 2003. Tree killing by Ips typographus (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) at stand edges with and without colonised felled spruce trees. Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 5: 67-74.

Schroeder, L.M. & Lindelöw, Å. 2002. Attacks on living spruce trees by the bark beetle Ips typographus (Col.: Scolytidae) following a storm-felling: a comparison between stands with and without removal of wind-felled trees. Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 4: 47-56.

Lindelöw, Å, Schroeder, M. 2001. Attack dynamic of the spruce bark beetle (Ips typographus L.) within and outside unmanaged and managed spruce stands after a stormfelling. Knizek, M. et al. (eds) 2001: Methodology of Forest Insect and Disease Survey in Central Europé. Proceedings of the IUFRO WP 7.03.10 Workshop, September 24-28, 2000, Bursteni, Romania. Forest Research and Management Institute (ICAS), Section of Brasov.

Lindelöw, Å, Schroeder, M. 2001. Spruce bark beetle, Ips typographus (L.), in Sweden: monitoring and risk assessment. J. of Forest Science 47, (Special Issue): 40-42.

Göthlin, E., Schroeder, L.M. & Lindelöw, Å. 2000. Attacks by Ips typographus and Pityogenes chalcographus on Windthrown Spruces (Picea abies) During the Two Years Following a Storm Felling. Scand. J. For. Res. 15: 542-549.

Lindelöw, Å. & Schroeder, L.M. 1999. Monitoring of the spruce bark beetle (Ips typographus) in Sweden. Proc. from the IUFRO WP 7.03.10 Workshop. Switzerland, April 20-23, 1999.

Schroeder, L.M. 1999. Prolonged development time of the bark beetle predator Thanasimus formicarius (Col.: Cleridae) in relation to its prey species Tomicus piniperda and Ips typographus (L.). Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 1: 127-135.

Weslien, J. & Schroeder, L.M. 1999. Population levels of bark beetles and associated insects in managed and unmanaged spruce stands. For. Ecol. Management. 115: 267-275.

Schroeder, L.M., Weslien, J., Lindelöw, Å. & Lindhe, A. 1999. Attacks by bark- and wood-boring Coleoptera on mechanically created high stumps of Norway spruce in the two years following cutting. For. Ecol. Management. 123: 21-30.