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Marko Nieminen
Marko Nieminen
Faunatica Oy, Kutojantie 6-8, 02630 Espoo, FINLAND
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Simple connectivity measures in spatial ecology
A Moilanen, M Nieminen
Ecology 83 (4), 1131-1145, 2002
10302002
Metapopulation structure and migration in the butterfly Melitaea cinxia
I Hanski, M Kuussaari, M Nieminen
Ecology 75 (3), 747-762, 1994
5871994
An experimental study of migration in the Glanville fritillary butterfly Melitaea cinxia
M Kuussaari, M Nieminen, I Hanski
Journal of animal Ecology, 791-801, 1996
3801996
Experimental confirmation that inbreeding depression increases extinction risk in butterfly populations
M Nieminen, MC Singer, W Fortelius, K Schöps, I Hanski
The American Naturalist 157 (2), 237-244, 2001
2102001
Long‐term metapopulation study of the Glanville fritillary butterfly (Melitaea cinxia): survey methods, data management, and long‐term population trends
SP Ojanen, M Nieminen, E Meyke, J Pöyry, I Hanski
Ecology and evolution 3 (11), 3713-3737, 2013
1562013
Delineating species with DNA barcodes: a case of taxon dependent method performance in moths
M Kekkonen, M Mutanen, L Kaila, M Nieminen, PDN Hebert
PloS one 10 (4), e0122481, 2015
1422015
Effect of iridoid glycoside content on oviposition host plant choice and parasitism in a specialist herbivore
M Nieminen, J Suomi, S Van Nouhuys, P Sauri, ML Riekkola
Journal of chemical ecology 29, 823-844, 2003
1362003
Population history and life history influence the migration rate of female Glanville fritillary butterflies
I Hanski, CJ Breuker, K Schöps, R Setchfield, M Nieminen
Oikos 98 (1), 87-97, 2002
1322002
Structure and dynamics of Melitaea cinxia metapopulations
M Nieminen, M Siljander, I Hanski
On the wings of checkerspots: a model system for population biology, 63-91, 2004
1252004
Climate‐induced increase of moth multivoltinism in boreal regions
J Pöyry, R Leinonen, G Söderman, M Nieminen, RK Heikkinen, TR Carter
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (2), 289-298, 2011
1152011
Migration of moth species in a network of small islands
M Nieminen
Oecologia 108, 643-651, 1996
1031996
Predictable allele frequency changes due to habitat fragmentation in the Glanville fritillary butterfly
T Fountain, M Nieminen, J Sirén, SC Wong, R Lehtonen, I Hanski
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (10), 2678-2683, 2016
922016
Body size and migration rate in moths
M Nieminen, H Rita, P Uuvana
Ecography 22 (6), 697-707, 1999
821999
Spatial and temporal patterns of caterpillar performance and the suitability of two host plant species
S Van Nouhuys, MC Singer, M Nieminen
Ecological Entomology 28 (2), 193-202, 2003
702003
The parasitoid complex attacking Finnish populations of the Glanville fritillary Melitaea cinxia (Lep: Nymphalidae), and endangered butterfly
GC Lei, V Vikberg, M Nieminen, M Kuussaari
Journal of Natural History 31 (4), 635-648, 1997
701997
Species–area relationships across four trophic levels–decreasing island size truncates food chains
T Roslin, G Várkonyi, M Koponen, V Vikberg, M Nieminen
Ecography 37 (5), 443-453, 2014
572014
Metapopulations of moths on islands: a test of two contrasting models
M Nieminen, I Hanski
Journal of Animal Ecology 67 (1), 149-160, 1998
531998
Colonization success of carabid beetles on Baltic islands
DJ Kotze, J Niemelä, M Nieminen
Journal of Biogeography 27 (4), 807-819, 2000
472000
Doppler radar detection of exceptional mass-migration of aphids into Finland
M Nieminen, M Leskinen, J Helenius
International journal of biometeorology 44, 172-181, 2000
452000
Cherckerspot reproductive biology
C Boggs, MJ Nieminen
On the wings of checkerspots: A model system for population biology, 92-111, 2004
432004
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