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Steve Coulson
Position: Professor, Terrestrial ecology
Phone:

+47 79 02 33 34

Cellular Phone: +47
E-mail: steve.coulson<a>unis.no
Webpage: Personal web page
Room: B 230
Courses: AB-201;  AB-203; AB-206,
UNIS contact: AB-325, AB-825, AB-333, AB-833

 

The terrestrial and freshwater invertebrate biodiversity of the archipelagoes of the Barents Sea; Svalbard, Franz Josef Land and Novaya Zemlya Soil Biology and Biochemistry 2014, 68; 440-470.

(Coulson, S.J., Convey, P., Aakra, K., Aarvik, L., Ávila-Jiménez, M.L., Babenko, A., Biersma, E., Boström, S., Brittain, J., Carlsson, A.M., Christoffersen, K.S., De Smet, W.H., Ekrem, T., Fjellberg, A., Füreder, L., Gustafsson, D., Gwiazdowicz, D.J.,  Holmstrup M., Hansen, L.O., Holmnstrup, M., Kaczmarek, L.,  Kolicka, M., Kuklin, V., Lakka, H-K., Lebedeva, N., Makarova, O., Maraldo, K., Melekhina, E., Ødegaard, F., Pilskog, H.E., Simon, J.C., Sohlenius, B., Solhøy, T., Søli, G.,  Stur, E., Tanaevitch, A., Taskaeva, A., Velle, G. Zawierucha, K. and Zmudczyńska-Skarbek, K.)

The article can be downloaded free from this link until the end of January 2014.

http://elsarticle.com/18ATSG8

 

Short CV  
  Publications  

 

  Checklist of the Terrestrial and freshwater invertebrate fauna of Svalbard (Pdf)  
  SPIDER (Svalbard Pictographic Invertebrate Database and Educational Resource)  
  AVIFauna project "On borrowed wings"- written by Media Research  
  AVIFaauna project "Flying without wings"- written by Media Research  
  What is SPIDER?  
  Arctic Bug Group (temporary UNIS hosted page)  
  Arctic Bug Group (external page under construction)  
  AVIFauna webpage and blog (external page under constrution)  

 

 

Steve Coulson in UNIS news:

 

  Mice on ice!                                                                                                                  (06.09.2012)  
  The snow, the aphid and climate change                                                            (11.07.2012)  
  Insects in Svalbard; what is there and what do we know?                            (18.06.2012)  
  Introducing Isohypsibius coulsoni                                                                       (12.03.2012)  
A long journey for terrestrial invertebrates                                                      (20.09.2011)
Small, but far from insignificant                                                                           (13.07.2011)
Norwegian-Russian workshop on invertebrates                                               (25.03.2011)
Creepy crawlies on Svalbard; unseen and often forgotten                            (01.08.2010)
The Svalbard flora and invertebrate fauna                                                        (29.06.2010)  
  Creepy-crawlies in a seabird’s nest                                                                      (09.07.2009)  

 

 

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Oribatid mite, Diapterobates notatus ((Thorell 1871), ca. 0.5mm in length

Head of the collembolan Ceratophysella longispina (Tullberg 1876)

 

 

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