Saija Kuusela (os. Sirkiä)
TitleCited byYear
Hemiptera of the Sudan, with remarks on some species of the adjacent countries. 4. Miridae and Isometopidae
R Linnavuori
Annales Zoologici Fennici, 1-118, 1975
521975
Investigation of isolation rates of Pseudomonas aeruginosa with and without multidrug resistance in medical facilities and clinical laboratories in Japan
T Kirikae, Y Mizuguchi, Y Arakawa
Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy 61 (3), 612-615, 2008
442008
Are the declining trends in forest grouse populations due to changes in the forest age structure? A case study of Capercaillie in Finland
S Sirkiä, A Lindén, P Helle, A Nikula, J Knape, H Lindén
Biological Conservation 143 (6), 1540-1548, 2010
422010
Why taxonomists and ecologists are not, but should be, carpooling?
P Halme, S Kuusela, A Juslén
Biodiversity and conservation 24 (7), 1831-1836, 2015
192015
Persistence of Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) lekking areas depends on forest cover and fine-grain fragmentation of boreal forest landscapes
SM Sirkiä, P Helle, H Lindén, A Nikula, K Norrdahl, P Suorsa, ...
Ornis Fennica, 2011
162011
Framework for assessing and reversing ecosystem degradation–Report of the Finnish restoration prioritization working group on the options and costs of meeting the Aichi …
JS Kotiaho, S Kuusela, E Nieminen, J Päivinen, A Moilanen
Ympäristöministeriö, 2016
92016
Application of the Red List Index as an indicator of habitat change
A Juslén, J Pykälä, S Kuusela, L Kaila, J Kullberg, J Mattila, J Muona, ...
Biodiversity and conservation 25 (3), 569-585, 2016
82016
Defining spatial priorities for capercaillie Tetrao urogallus lekking landscape conservation in south-central Finland
S Sirkiä, J Lehtomäki, H Lindén, E Tomppo, A Moilanen
Wildlife biology 18 (4), 337-354, 2012
82012
Balancing the needs of capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) and moose (Alces alces) in large-scale human land use
S Sirkiä, J Pellikka, H Lindén
European journal of wildlife research 56 (3), 249-260, 2010
82010
Contemporary mature forest cover does not explain the persistence of Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) lekking areas in Finland
S Sirkiä, A Nikula, P Helle, H Lindén, K Norrdahl, P Suorsa, P Valkeajärvi
Ornis Fennica 88 (4), 208, 2011
52011
Elinympäristöjen tilan edistäminen Suomessa
JS Kotiaho, S Kuusela, E Nieminen, J Päivinen
Ympäristöministeriö, 2015
42015
Effects of large-scale human land use on Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus L.) populations in Finland
S Sirkiä
Helsingin yliopisto, 2010
42010
METSO-yhteistoimintaverkostot 2012–raporttien yhteenveto
S Sirkiä
Suomen ympäristökeskus, 2013
32013
Birds in boreal protected areas shift northwards in the warming climate but show different rates of population decline
R Virkkala, A Rajasärkkä, RK Heikkinen, S Kuusela, N Leikola, J Pöyry
Biological conservation 226, 271-279, 2018
22018
Etelä-Suomen metsien monimuotoisuuden toimintaohjelma 2008-2020 METSOn tilannekatsaus 2013
M Rantala, S Kuusela, K Syrjänen, S Anttila
Finnish Forest Research Institute, 2014
22014
The timeliest grouse hunting regulation in the world?: Decisions on Finnish grouse hunting bags are now based on data “fresh from the oven”
K Ikonen, S Kuusela, P Helle, H Lindén
IUCN, Species Survival Commission, Galliformes Specialist Group, Grouse Group, 2014
22014
The unknown northern green: evaluation of a national forest biodiversity research program
A Juslén, S Sirkiä
Biodiversity and conservation 22 (3), 811-823, 2013
22013
METSO-yhteistutkimushankkeiden ja valtakunnallisten luonnonhoidon kehittämishankkeiden vaikuttavuuden arviointi 2009-2012
S Kuusela, M Rantala
Finnish Forest Research Institute, 2013
22013
Etelä-Suomen metsien monimuotoisuuden toimintaohjelma 2008-2020 METSOn tilannekatsaus 2012
K Syrjänen, M Rantala, S Sirkiä, S Anttila
Finnish Forest Research Institute, 2013
22013
Significance of Protected Area Network in Preserving Biodiversity in a Changing Northern European Climate
R Virkkala, RK Heikkinen, S Kuusela, N Leikola, J Pöyry
Handbook of Climate Change and Biodiversity, 377-390, 2019
12019
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