In my PhD-project I study the relationships between agriculture and climate in different parts of Sweden during from the 16th century until the early 20th century, most notably with a focus on Scania in southern Sweden and Jämtland in northern Sweden.
I employ a variety of sources and methods in my research, albeit guided with an overall quantitative methodology. For example, homogenization of historical instrumental temperature series or integration of different historical data-sets into unified time-series.
Bachelor's Degree in Economic History, Stockholm University 2015
Master's Degree in International Relations, with a specialization in Global Political Economy, Stockholm University 2017
Publikationer i urval
Skoglund, M. K.: Climate variability and grain production in Scania, 1702–1911, Clim. Past, 18, 405–433, https://doi.org/10.5194/cp-18-405-2022, 2022.