JOHANSSON Jacob

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  • Evolutionary Ecology, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
  • Climate change, Community ecology, Eco-evolutionary dynamics, Evolutionary ecology, Theoretical ecology
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I am a research fellow at Lund University and Imperial College London (Silwood park). I am interested in how organisms and ecological communities respond to environmental changes such as global warming, intensified agriculture or contamination. Currently I am focusing on how pollinator populations are affected by changed seasonal variation in flower resources and episodes of pesticide exposure. My background is in theoretical ecology and I apply various mathematical tools such as game theory, population dynamic models and optimization theory to study problems in ecology and evolution.

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2020-06-16
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Environmental perturbations and transitions between ecological and evolutionary equilibria: an eco-evolutionary feedback framework
Tim Coulson
10.1101/509067

Recommended by Tom Van Dooren based on reviews by Jacob Johansson, Katja RÀsÀnen and 1 anonymous reviewer
Stasis and the phenotypic gambit

The preprint "Environmental perturbations and transitions between ecological and evolutionary equilibria: an eco-evolutionary feedback framework" by Coulson (2020) presents a general framework for evolutionary ecology, useful to interpret patterns of selection and evolutionary responses to environmental transitions. The paper is written in an accessible and intuitive manner. It reviews important concepts which are at the heart of evolutionary ecology. Together, they serve as a worldview which yo...

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