Ulrika has more than 25 years' experience and thorough knowledge of aquatic ecology. Her expertise concerns monitoring and analyses of fish stocks, including methods for data-poor stocks, biotic interactions involving fish, as well as effects of human impacts and ecosystem changes in aquatic communities. In connection with the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD), Ulrika has worked with developing and applying methods for the assessment of ecological status using fish. She has substantial experience of counselling in management of fish stocks and inland fisheries to governmental and regional authorities, non-governmental organizations, and fishermen.
- Size- and environment-dependent individual processes
- Interactions across habitats
- Factors regulating population and community structure
- Effects of environmental change