A single access point to all data in the Swedish Lifewatch infrastructure.
90 billions. Find more facts in the statistics from the Swedish NFI.
Find some current examples of the work we do.
Read more about SLU´s work on forest damage questions.
Are landscapes and waters used sustainably? In addition to research and education the Government has charged SLU with the task of conducting environmental monitoring and assessment (EMA).
SLU monitors the country's forests, agricultural landscapes, lakes, watercourses and species in order to analyse environmental trends. This makes the university a key player in interpreting and understanding changes such as those that may result from a warmer climate.
ForestAgricultural landscapeLakes and watercoursesCoastal and sea areasBuilt environmentClimateBiodiversityEutrophicationAcidificationNon-toxic environment
Our results are used to track progress towards Sweden's environmental objectives and its commitments under international agreements.
The Species Observation System
Forest sustainability analysis
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