Hanno Sandvik
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The effect of climate on adult survival in five species of North Atlantic seabirds
H Sandvik, KE Erikstad, RT Barrett, NG Yoccoz
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (5), 817-831, 2005
Public concern over global warming correlates negatively with national wealth
H Sandvik
Climatic Change 90 (3), 333-341, 2008
Climate affects seabird population dynamics both via reproduction and adult survival
H Sandvik, KE Erikstad, BE Sæther
Marine Ecology Progress Series 454, 273-284, 2012
Tree thinking cannot taken for granted: challenges for teaching phylogenetics
H Sandvik
Theory in Biosciences 127 (1), 45-51, 2008
Seabird life histories and climatic fluctuations: a phylogenetic‐comparative time series analysis of North Atlantic seabirds
H Sandvik, K Einar Erikstad
Ecography 31 (1), 73-83, 2008
A latitudinal gradient in climate effects on seabird demography: results from interspecific analyses
H Sandvik, TIM Coulson, BE Sæther
Global Change Biology 14 (4), 703-713, 2008
Persistent organic pollution in a high-Arctic top predator: sex-dependent thresholds in adult survival
KE Erikstad, H Sandvik, TK Reiertsen, JO Bustnes, H Strøm
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280, 20131483, 2013
Generic ecological impact assessments of alien species in Norway: a semi-quantitative set of criteria
H Sandvik, BE Sæther, T Holmern, J Tufto, S Engen, HE Roy
Biodiversity and Conservation 22 (1), 37-62, 2013
Measuring mating competition correctly: available evidence supports operational sex ratio theory
K de Jong, E Forsgren, H Sandvik, T Amundsen
Behavioral Ecology 23 (6), 1170-1177, 2012
Effect of investigator disturbance on the breeding success of the black-legged kittiwake
H Sandvik, RT Barrett
Journal of Field Ornithology 72 (1), 30-42, 2001
Prey density in non-breeding areas affects adult survival of black-legged kittiwakes Rissa tridactyla
TK Reiertsen, KE Erikstad, T Anker-Nilssen, RT Barrett, T Boulinier, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 509, 289-302, 2014
Seabird fish interactions: the fall and rise of a common guillemot Uria aalge population
KE Erikstad, TK Reiertsen, RT Barrett, F Vikebø, H Sandvik
Marine Ecology Progress Series 475, 267-276, 2013
Short-and long-term consequences of reproductive decisions: an experimental study in the puffin
KE Erikstad, H Sandvik, P Fauchald, T Tveraa
Ecology 90 (11), 3197-3208, 2009
High survival of immatures in a long-lived seabird: insights from a long-term study of the Atlantic puffin (Fratercula arctica)
H Sandvik, KE Erikstad, P Fauchald, T Tveraa
The Auk 125 (3), 723-730, 2008
The decline of Norwegian kittiwake populations: modelling the role of ocean warming
H Sandvik, TK Reiertsen, KE Erikstad, T Anker-Nilssen, RT Barrett, ...
Climate Research 60 (2), 91-102, 2014
Modelled drift patterns of fish larvae link coastal morphology to seabird colony distribution
H Sandvik, RT Barrett, KE Erikstad, MS Myksvoll, F Vikebø, NG Yoccoz, ...
Nature Communications 7, 11599, 2016
There is more to climate than the North Atlantic Oscillation: a new perspective from climate dynamics to explain the variability in population growth rates of a long-lived seabird
MS Mesquita, KE Erikstad, H Sandvik, RT Barrett, TK Reiertsen, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 43, 2015
Anthropocentricisms in cladograms
H Sandvik
Biology and Philosophy 24 (4), 425-440, 2009
The stress hormone corticosterone in a marine top predator reflects short‐term changes in food availability
RT Barrett, KE Erikstad, H Sandvik, M Myksvoll, S Jenni‐Eiermann, ...
Ecology and Evolution 5, 1306-1317, 2015
Climate-driven ichthyoplankton drift model predicts growth of top predator young
MS Myksvoll, KE Erikstad, RT Barrett, H Sandvik, F Vikebø
PLoS One 8, e79225, 2013
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