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Ecology

Ecology is the scientific analysis and study of interactions among organisms and their environment.


Det finns 690 sidor som är taggade med Ecology:
Bommarco lab

Bommarco lab

We perform research on insect and plant ecology in agricultural landscapes. We explore how farming practices, land use and climate affect biodiversity and ecosystem services such as crop yield,

Mats Gyllin

Mats Gyllin

Employed as researcher at the Department of Work Science, Business Economics, and Environmental Psychology. Teaches ecology, botany and environmental psychology in several programmes at the Alnarp

Forest Ecology and Sustainable Management

Forests worldwide are under increasing pressure to provide multiple products, ecosystem services, and to play a key role for bio-based economy. SLU is currently ranked as number one in forestry

Pesticide monitoring

Pesticide monitoring

The Swedish national environmental monitoring program for pesticides started in 2002 with the aim to track long-term trends in agricultural influences on surface- and groundwater quality from

Environmental Assessment

Environmental Assessment

We have central role in the monitoring of inland surface waters in Sweden. Our strength is the combination of research and environmental assessment.

Eliza Maher Hasselquist

Eliza Maher Hasselquist

I’m an ecologist who has a background in natural resource management, and uses tools from stream ecology, biogeochemistry, and hydrology to study the effects of ecosystem management on waterways and

Nadia Maaroufi

Nadia Maaroufi

I am a soil ecologist and my research is focused on understanding how global change drivers impact ecosystem functioning. I am particularly interested in the interactions between above- and

Animal welfare for wild animals

Animal welfare for wild animals

NordCAW seminar Animal welfare for wild animals josefina.zidar@slu.se Animal welfare can be defined as an animal's psychological and physical state, which may vary from good to bad. Special

Protected Areas Are Too Small for Snow Leopards

A new scientific report has confirmed that nearly 40% of all protected areas across the snow leopard’s range are too small to support even one breeding pair of these endangered cats. Published by

The Oak: hidden connections in a changing world

An oak is a living thing. But look closely, and you’ll see that it is also home to a whole community of smaller living things. Researchers from SLU and Stockholms University have worked together with

Disp Florence Uwamahoro

Disp Florence Uwamahoro

Banana xanthomonas wilt and potato bacterial wilt in Rwanda: Biology, risk factors and farmer´s awareness maisam.ali@slu.se Florence Uwamahoro defends her thesis "Banana xanthomonas wilt and potato

FEM Seminar 20190529

FEM Seminar 20190529

FEM Seminar: Effects of climate change on tree seedling regeneration and ecosystem properties following fire and salvage logging in boreal forests gustaf.egnell@slu.se Open 30 minutes seminar at

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