Current examples of SLU's contribution in water issues
Doctoral Thesis to be defended 27 March. Effects of ozonated sewage effluents and pharmaceuticals in zebrafish (Johannes Pohl, 2020)
Doctoral Thesis to be defended 15 April. New advice on how to create stable agricultural ditches (Daniel Avilés, 2020)
Video. Stefan Bertilsson, Professor at SLU, is studying microorganisms in freshwater systems (select subtitles in English).
Wastewater knowledge. Organic micropollutants in wastewater – how efficient are wastewater treatment plants?
Developing knowledge. New study on organic environmental pollution in Lake Mälaren.
Doctoral Thesis. Temperature- and body size scaling: effects on individuals, populations and food webs (Max Lindmark, 2020).
Vice-Chancellors' blog. World Water Day highlights the blue SLU working towards Agenda 2030.
Video and current research. Jennie Barron, Professor at SLU, studying agricultural water managment, presents her research (select subtitles in English). Current project: Extreme weather - risks and solutions to increase the resilience of the Swedish agricultural production.
Study. The course package Sustainable Fisheries and Aquatic Ecosystems at advanced level and the master´s programme Soil, water and environment. Additional courses and programs focusing on water.
Why water, how, what? Jens Olsson elaborates on why water issues are essential to the Agenda 2030 and more (scroll down).
Nordic cooperation. BIOWATER is a Nordic Centre of Excellence, with a main goal to examine the impacts of the bioeconomy on land use and freshwater quality and quantity.
Preview of the future Baltic Sea. Fish Communities & Climate Change.
Knowledge bank. Combined filtration makes removal of PFAS in drinking water more efficient.
Web. Drinking water and health.
Experience. Visit Baltic Sea Science Center, at Skansen, where SLU proudly contribute with our knowledge.
SLU provide knowledge, decision support and facts about water issues.