Heidi Herlevi

Email: heidi.herlevi@abo.fi

Professional interests

My main research interests are the ecological
of introduced species and how these introductions affect native species and communities.
In my PhD-thesis, I am studying the trophic
between native and introduced species in coastal areas of the Baltic Sea as well as identifying spatial and temporal changes in them. I
am also looking more into how the structure
and function of the species communities
is affected by the introduction of
new predatory species. In my research, I am combining quantitative field-based observational
data with qualitative stable isotope and DNA-based methods, as well as
experimental work.

Peer-reviewed publications

A1 Journal article (refereed)
The food web positioning and trophic niche of the non-indigenous round goby: a comparison between two Baltic Sea populations (2018)
Heidi Herlevi, Katri Aarnio, Riikka Puntila-Dodd, Erik Bonsdorff
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A1 Journal article (refereed)
A laboratory study of potential effects of the invasive round goby on nearshore fauna of the Baltic Sea (2016)
Meagan N Schrandt, Laura C Stone, Brian Klimek, Saara Mäkelin, Kenneth L Heck Jr, Johanna Mattila, Heidi Herlevi
Aquatic Invasions
A1 Journal article (refereed)
Infection rates and prevalence of metazoan parasites of the non-native round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) in the Baltic Sea (2016)
Heidi Herlevi, Riikka Puntila, Harri Kuosa, Hans-Peter Fagerholm
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Other publications

D4 Published development or research report or study
Report assessing the effects of key NIS on ecosystem functioning.: BIO-C3 Deliverable, D2.3 (2017)
Lehtiniemi Maiju, Bonsdorff Erik, Funk Steffen, Herlevi Heidi, Huwer Bastian, Jaspers Cornelia, Kotta Jonne, Kotterba Paul, Lesutiene Jurate, Margonski Piotr, Mattern Sven, Niemax Jan, Nurske Kristiina, Oesterwind Daniel, Ojaveer Henn, Puntila Riikka, Skabeikis Arturas, Smolinski Szymon, Temming Axel, Törnroos Anna, Warzocha Jan
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