Keeping tabs on ecosystems
Our objective is to support a growing bioeconomy and long-term sustainable development with expertise and up-to-date data on the environmental impacts of resource use.
It's about providing answers to pressing questions on sustainable futures, by applying SLU's knowledge about biodiversity, forests, agricultural landscapes, aquatic ecosystems and built areas.
An essential part of that work is designing and operating systems to capture high quality environmental data that can improve environmental management, advance our understanding of ecosystem function, and identify emerging problem areas.
We work in ten programmes. Do you want to get involved with us? Get in touch with us.
Kevin Bishop, SLU´s Pro Vice-Chancellor for environmental monitoring and assessment.