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Kompetanse:

Ornitologi, med vekt på artskunnskap, økologi, evolusjonsbiologi og atferd.

Jeg har en bred interesse for ornitologi med erfaring fra prosjekter innen evolusjonsbiologi, økologi, bevaringsbiologi og atferd.

Forskningen min er fokusert på evolusjonen av livshistoriestrategier (hovedsakelig eggstørrelse og kullstørrelse), evolusjonen av parbåndsystemer og kroppsstørrelse, samt foreldreomsorg og parbindingsatferd. Jeg studerer disse temaene i felt eller ved bruk av fylogenetisk komparative metoder.

Redaksjonell rådgiver i Ornis Norvegica: https://boap.uib.no/index.php/ornis

 

Jeg er engasjert i en rekke formidlingsprosjekter, for tiden primært som faglig leder for Utstillingsprosjektet (2011-2019) der vi arbeider med å lage nye utstillinger i den gamle museumsbygningen på Muséplass 3. Dette er en del av Museumsprosjektet 2014.

Jeg skriver også populærvitenskapelige artikler, formidler vitenskap og naturkunnskap i mediene, holder foredrag og svarer på naturrelaterte spørsmål i mediene og fra publikum generelt.

En liste over mine formidlingsbidrag finnes i Cristin-databasen (under fanen Publikasjoner).

Lislevand, T. 2017. Ageing and sexing series 12: Ageing and sexing the Temminck’s Stint Calidris temminckii. Wader Study 124: 55–59.

Lislevand, T., Briedis, M., Heggøy, O. & Hahn, S. 2016. Seasonal migration strategies of the Common Ringed Plover Charadrius hiaticula. Ibis 159: 225–229.

Byrkjedal, I., Lislevand, T. & Fjeldheim, V. F. 2016. The appearance of Lapland Buntings Calcarius lapponicus in song flight. Ornis Norvegica 39: 37–38.

Blatti, E., López, A. & Lislevand, T. 2016. Characteristics of Lesser Spotted Woodpeckers Dendrocopos minor on irruptive autumn movement along the coast of southern Norway. Ornis Norvegica 39: 1–5.

Byrkjedal, T., Grønstøl, G. & Lislevand, T. 2016. Probable resource-defence polygyny in the extinct Rodrigues Solitaire Pezophaps solitaria (Columbidae: Raphini). Ibis 158: 199–201.

Breistøl, A., Högstedt, G. & Lislevand, T. 2015. Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca prefer ectoparasite-free nest sites when old nest material is present. Ornis Norvegica 38: 9–13. doi: 10.15845/on.v38i0.871

Lislevand, T., Chutný, B., Byrkjedal, I., Pavel, V., Briedis, M., Adamik, P. & Hahn, S. 2015. Red-spotted Bluethroats Luscinia s. svecica migrate along the Indo-European flyway: a geolocator study. Bird Study 62: 508–515.

Lislevand, T. & Hahn, S. 2015. Skipping-type migration in a small Arctic wader, the Temminck’s stint Calidris temminckii. J. Avian Biol. 46: 001-006. doi: 10.1111/jav.00653 

Byrkjedal, I., Lislevand, T. & Grønstøl, G. 2013. Rapid sampling of males and territories by female Northern Lapwing Vanellus vanellus. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125: 809-811.

Lislevand, T. & Hahn, S. 2013. Effects of geolocator deployment by using flexible leg-loop harnesses in a small wader. Wader Study Group Bulletin 120: 108–113.

Grønstøl, G., Hafsmo, J. E., Byrkjedal, I. & Lislevand, T. 2013. Chick growth and survival in northern lapwings (Vanellus vanellus) indicate that secondary females do the best of a bad job. Journal of Avian Biology 44: 376–382.

Byrkjedal, I., Lislevand, T. & Vogler, S. 2012. Do passerine birds utilise artificial light to prolong their diurnal activity during winter at northern latitudes?. Ornis Norvegica 35: 37–42.

Ramírez-Morales, R., Lislevand, T., Retana-Salazar, A., Solhøy, T. & Roth, S. 2012. Ectoparasite loads of the Central American Whiptail Lizard Ameiva festiva (Squamata: Teiidae). Herpetological Journal 22: 151–155.

Lislevand, T. 2012. Habitat and nest placement of Red-backed Shrikes Lanius collurio breeding in clear-cuts in southern Norway. Ornis Norvegica 35: 28–36.

Byrkjedal, I. & Lislevand, T. 2011. “Cat-beside-mousehole–technique” employed by Nordmann’s Greenshank hunting for crabs. Wader Study Group Bulletin 118: 190–191.

Gohli, J., Røer, J. E., Selås, V., Stenberg, I. & Lislevand, T. 2011. Migrating Lesser Spotted Woodpeckers Dendrocopos minor along the coast of southern Norway: where do they come from? Ornis Fennica 88: 121–128.

Lislevand, T. Figuerola, J. & Székely, T. 2009. Evolution of sexual size dimorphism in grouse and allies (Aves: Phasianidae) in relation to mating competition, fecundity demands and resource division. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22: 1895-1905.

Lislevand, T., Grønstøl, G. B. & Byrkjedal, I 2009. Dispersal and age at first breeding in Norwegian Northern Lapwings (Vanellus vanellus). Ornis Fennica 86: 11-17.

Lislevand, T., Marthinsen, G. & Lifjeld, J. 2009. Sex differences in body size and body condition in breeding Temminck’s Stints Calidris temminckii. Journal of Ornithology 150: 299-302.

Selås, V., Steen, R., Kobro, S., Lislevand, T. & Stenberg, I. 2008. Direct and indirect weather impacts on spring populations of lesser spotted woodpecker Dendrocopos minor in Norway. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 23: 148-153.

Dale, J., Dunn, P. O., Figuerola, J., Lislevand, T., Székely, T. & Whittingham, L. A. 2007. Sexual selection explains Rensch’s rule in birds. Proc. R. Soc. B. 274: 2971-2979.

Székely, T., Lislevand, T. & Figuerola, J. 2007. Sexual size dimorphism in birds. Pp. 27-37 in W. Blanckenhorn, D. Fairbairn & T. Székely (eds.): Sex, Size and Gender Roles. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Lislevand, T., Figuerola, J. & Székely, T. 2007. Avian body sizes in relation to fecundity, mating system, display behaviour and resource sharing. Ecology 88: 1605.

Grønstøl, G., Langeland Myking, O., Lislevand, T. & Byrkjedal, I. 2007. Plasmatestosterone levels of incubating female Northern Lapwings Vanellus vanellus. Ornis Norvegica 30: 124-126.

Lislevand, T. & Thomas, G. H. 2006. Limited male incubation ability and the evolution of egg size in shorebirds. Biology Letters 2: 166-168.

Lislevand, T. & Kjøstvedt, J. H. 2005. Wintering Water Rails Rallus aqaticus in Aust-Agder county, south Norway. Ornis Norvegica 28: 118-125.

Lislevand, T., Byrkjedal, I., Borge, T. & Sætre, G.-P.2005. Egg size in relation to sex of embryo, brood sex ratios and laying sequence in Northern Lapwings Vanellus vanellus. Journal of Zoology 267: 81-87.

Lislevand, T. & Byrkjedal, I. 2004. Incubation behaviour in male Northern Lapwings Vanellus vanellus in relation to mating opportunities and female body condition. Ardea 92: 19-30.

Falkenberg, F.,Lislevand, T.& Solheim, K. E.2004.Occurrence of Long-tailed Skuas Stercorarius longicaudus at Hardangervidda. Ornis Norvegica 27: 86-93.

Lislevand, T., Byrkjedal, I., Grønstøl, G. B., Hafsmo, J. E., Kallestad, G. R. & Larsen, V. A.2004.Incubation behaviour in Northern Lapwings:nocturnal incubation and possible importance of breeding quality. Ethology 110: 177-192.

Larsen, V. A., Lislevand, T.& Byrkjedal, I. 2003. Is clutch size limited by incubation ability in Northern Lapwings? Journal of Animal Ecology 72: 784-792.

Hafsmo, J. E., Byrkjedal, I., Grønstøl, G. B. &Lislevand, T.2001. Simultaneous tetragyny in Northern Lapwing Vanellus vanellus. Bird Study 48: 124-125.

Lislevand, T., Byrkjedal, I., Grønstøl, G. B. & Hafsmo, J. E. 2001. Mate replacement and male brood adoption in Lapwings Vanellus vanellus. Wader Study Group Bull. 95: 55-58.

Lislevand, T. 2001. Male incubation in Northern Lapwings: effects on egg temperatures and possible benefits to females. Ornis Fennica 78: 23-29.

Byrkjedal, I., Grønstøl, G. B., Hafsmo, J. E. &Lislevand, T.2000. Chick punishment and chick adoption in Northern Lapwings. Ornis Fennica 77: 89-92.

Grønstøl, G. B., Byrkjedal, I., Hafsmo, J. E. & Lislevand, T.1999. Northern Lapwing Vanellus vanellus copulating with a grass turf. Ornis Norvegica 22: 60-62.

Byrkjedal, I., Grønstøl, G.,Lislevand, T., Pedersen, K. M., Sandvik, H. & Stalheim, S.1997.Mating systems and territory in Lapwings Vanellus vanellus. Ibis 139: 129-137.

Tidsskriftartikler
  • Lugg, Kristin; Bakken, Vidar; Lislevand, Terje. 2018. A quantitative ring recovery analysis of migration in European Water Rails Rallus aquaticus. Ornis Norvegica. 41: 19-24. doi: 10.15845/on.v41i0.1426
  • Thies, Leon; Tomkovich, Pavel; dos Remedios, Natalie; Lislevand, Terje; Pinchuk, Pavel; Wallander, Johan; Dänhardt, Juliana; Þórisson, Böðvar; Blomqvist, Donald; Küpper, Clemens. 2018. Population and subspecies differentiation in a high latitude breeding wader, the Common Ringed Plover Charadrius hiaticula. Ardea. 106: 163-176. doi: 10.5253/arde.v106i2.a8
  • Lislevand, Terje. 2017. Universitetsmuseet trenger døde fugler. Fuglar i Hordaland. 46: 26-27.
  • Lislevand, Terje. 2017. Temmincksniper fra Finse overvintrer i mali. Fuglar i Hordaland. 46: 6-12.
  • Lislevand, Terje. 2017. Part 12: Ageing and sexing the Temminck’s Stint Calidris temminckii. Wader Study. 124: 55-59. doi: 10.18194/ws.000057

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Mine prosjekter fokuserer hovedsakelig på fuglebiologi, enten ved studier i felt eller ved komparative studier. Noen mulige MSc-prosjekter beskrives nedenfor, men studenter som er interesserte i fugler oppfordres til å ta kontakt med meg for å diskutere evt. andre prosjekter også.

Tilgjengelige MSc-prosjekter:

The importance of predation risk on the evolution of clutch size in shorebirds

Most shorebirds (Charadriiformes) lay four pear-shaped eggs and reasons for this upper clutch size limit are debated. One of the hypotheses predicts that larger shorebird clutches would be more attractive and/or more easily detected by predators, and thus be selected against. This idea has rarely been tested, though. Here I suggest comparing predation rates in artificial nests with four and five eggs in order to test if clutches of five eggs are lost at a higher rate – regardless of parental care. The study could be carried out at Hardangervidda where several shorebird species are breeding. Students interested in this project should be prepared for field work in alpine environments.

Literature:

Arnold TW. 1999. What limits clutch size in waders? J  Avian Biol 30: 216–220.

Larsen V, Lislevand T, Byrkjedal I. 2003. Is clutch size limited by incubation ability in northern lapwings? J Anim Ecol 72: 784-792.

Monaghan P. & Nager RG. 1997. Why don’t birds lay more eggs? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12: 270–274.

 

Incubation behaviour in the Temminck’s stint Calidris teminckii

The Temminck’s stint is one of the smallest shorebirds and has a peculiar breeding system called sequential polyandry. Females may lay two clutches for different males where the first male takes care of the first clutch and brood and the female cares for the second one. The incubation behaviour in this species has never been studied in detail, and this is the goal of the current study. By using temperature loggers and/or small cameras the incubation behaviour will be monitored in nests incubated by both males and females. Research questions to address would be if the two sexes differ in incubation rhythms (frequency of periods off the nest, duration of incubation bouts or periods off the nest, seasonal variation in incubation behaviour etc.). It would also be interesting to measure if incubation efficiency of males differs from that of females and see if incubation behaviour varies with body condition and weather. This project demands a dedicated student prepared for field work in alpine environments.

Literature:

Lislevand, T. & Byrkjedal, I. 2004. Incubation behaviour in male Northern Lapwings Vanellus vanellus in relation to mating opportunities and female body condition. Ardea 92: 19–30.

Lislevand, T., Byrkjedal, I., Grønstøl, G. B., Hafsmo, J. E., Kallestad, G. R. & Larsen, V. A. 2004. Incubation behaviour in Northern Lapwings: nocturnal incubation and possible importance of breeding quality. Ethology 110: 177–192.

Prosjekter

For tiden dreier forskningen min seg mye om trekkfuglenes biologi der jeg bruker geolocator-teknologi for å studere årssyklusen og vandringer til trekkfuglene. Jeg er også spesielt interessert i vadefuglenes atferd, økologi og evolusjon. Mye av min forskning dreier seg om hekkebiologi og atferd i hekketiden, spesielt ruging, kullstørrelser, eggstørrelser og foreldreomsorg. 

Tidligere prosjekter:

Nesting ecology in a Himalayan gallinaceous bird, the Tibetan Partridge (Perdix hodgsoniae) (veileder på PhD-prosjekt for Dr. Tsering Dorge).

Costs of variable incubation conditions in a passerine bird. Marie Curie EIF grant from The European Commission. University of Glasgow, UK 2007-2009.

Parental care during the incubation period in Northern Lapwings. PhD grant from The Research Council of Norway. University of Bergen 2000-2003.

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