Jacob Johansson

Jacob Johansson developed eco-evolutionary models for explaining fundamental patterns of variation in plant community structures.

The project was part of an international collaborative effort to create a new generation of evolutionarily informed vegetation models for predicting responses to global climatic trends.

Jacob Johansson received his PhD in Biology (2008) from Lund University, Sweden.

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Funding: Kempe Foundation, Sweden

Nationality: Swedish

Program: Evolution and Ecology Program

Dates: May 2008 – June 2011

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Sjödin, H., Johansson, A.F., Brännström, Å., Farooq, Z., Kriit, H.K., Wilder-Smith, A., Åström, C., Thunberg, J., et al. (2020). COVID-19 healthcare demand and mortality in Sweden in response to non-pharmaceutical mitigation and suppression scenarios. International Journal of Epidemiology 10.1093/ije/dyaa121.

Johansson, J., Brännström, Å., Metz, J., & Dieckmann, U. (2018). Twelve fundamental life histories evolving through allocation-dependent fecundity and survival. Ecology and Evolution 8 (6), 3172-3186. 10.1002/ece3.3730.

Lindh, M., Johansson, J., Bolmgren, K., Lundstrom, N., Brännström, Å., & Jonzen, N. (2016). Constrained growth flips the direction of optimal phenological responses among annual plants. New Phytologist 209 (4), 1591-1599. 10.1111/nph.13706.

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