Projects and assignments
Here you will find listings of our research, collaborative projects and assignments.
Research projects, collaborative projects and assignments
Claws and Laws
An interdisciplinary research project in large carnivore ecology and environmental law. Maria Forsberg at CBM is responsible for coordinating the comparative studies to be carried out in Poland, Slovakia, Germany and France as well as to follow-up conferences held.
Maria Forsberg, external resource at CBM from Department of Law, Uppsala University
Lawn as ecological and cultural phenomenon
Lawn as ecological and cultural phenomenon: Search for sustainable lawns in Sweden.
The Swedish Biodiversity Centre is participating in the Lawn project. Lawn is an interdisciplinarity project researching the cultural and ecological phenomenon of lawns in order to understand their roles in sustainable urban planning, design and management. The project is led by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Uppsala.
Financing: The Swedish Research Council Formas, from 2013 until 2016.
Contact at CBM
Jörgen Wissman, researcher, coordinator Lawn
Triekol is a research programme on the impact of transport infrastructure on biodiversity and landscape ecology.
Financing: The Swedish Transport Administration.
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The goal of this project is to show how socio- economic factors can be used to predict biodiversity in urban ponds. A survey of ponds in the city area of Stockholm is used as our study system.
Frank Johansson, External resource person at CBM and professor at Department of Ecology and Genetics, Animal Ecology, Uppsala University
Managing a Magnificent Mountain landscape – can traditional and local knowledge of Sami reindeer herders and Swedish summer farmers contribute to sustainable conservation management?
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