Spatial evolutionary modeling. Listens to jazz fusion while working.
Jonas Wickman is a PhD-student in the department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, at Umeå University since 2013.
Jonas has a bachelor’s degree in physics from Uppsala University, and a master’s degree in physics from Umeå University. He is interested in how evolution through natural selection unfolds in spatially varying environments, where selection acts on the traits, e.g., body size, of organisms in different directions at different points in space.
Jonas grew up in Stockholm, Sweden, and while not at work, he likes to read, listen to music, go on walks, and follow news and politics. His current favorite thing about Icelab is the brightness of the office space at the return of the spring sun.
How geographic productivity-patterns affect food-web evolution
Jonas Wickman (Icelab), Ulf Dieckmann (IIASA), Cang Hui (Stellenbosch University), Åke Brännström (Icelab)
The resource-competition conditions promoting diversity in homogeneous environments prevent greater diversity in heterogeneous environments
Jonas Wickman (Icelab), Åke Brännström (Icelab), Sebastian Diehl (Icelab)
Evolution in crowding organisms
Jonas Wickman (Icelab), Niklas Lundström (Umeå Univeristy), Åke Brännström (Icelab)
How species characteristics affects species extinction in the face of habitat loss?
Haoqi Liu (Xinjiang University), Jonas Wickman (Icelab), Åke Brännström (Icelab), Cang Hui (Stellenbosch University), Ulf Dieckamnn (IIASA)
Fitting temperature dependent functional responses: recommendations for parameter identification
Wojciech Uszko (Icelab), Jonas Wickman (Icelab), Sebastian Diehl (Icelab)
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