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Fish and aquacultural science

This includes fisfarming,fish genetics, fish breeding, fish ecology and fish ethology. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms such as fish, crustaceans, molluscs and aquatic plants, to be used e.g. as food.


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About us

The Department of Aquatic Resources (SLU Aqua) study the dynamics of aquatic ecosystems and how they are affected by environment and human activity. We monitor and assess seas, coastal waters, lakes

Education

We offer education and courses for those who are interested in fish, fishery, marine biology, limnology (freshwater biology) and aquatic ecology. We provide several courses within SLU’s basic

Sustainable aquatic feeds for resilient aquatic food systems in Sub-Saharan Africa

SLU is the academic partner in a collaborative WorldFish project in Sub-Saharan Africa. The project will run until 2027 and aims to increase the income and improve food security of 5,000 smallholder

Our newsletters

SLU Water Forum sends out newsletters twice a year. Below you will find our previous letters. The first one came in the autumn 2020. SLU Water Forum newsletter spring 2022 . We report on a new

Coastal and sea areas

The Coastal and sea areas programme gathers SLU's expertise on marine environments and their assessment with special emphasis on fish and shellfish stocks and communities. The programme has a strong

Seminar: Anomaly detection techniques applied to fishery data for the identification of possible misreporting

Seminar:Anomaly detection techniques applied to fishery data for the identification of possible misreporting hilda.edlund@slu.se The SLU Center of Statistics (Statistics@SLU) invites you to a

Round goby – turning risk into resource

The round goby is increasingly common in Swedish waters. This invasive fish species can both outcompete and consume native species, having significant negative consequences for the ecosystem. At the

The course Sustainability perspectives on contemporary fisheries. Where have all the fishes gone?

Are you interested in how we can combine lakes and seas full of life, with a sustainable production of blue food? In this online course, you will meet Sweden's leading experts on sustainable

New films prove that wild stingrays voluntarily make noise

Sharks, rays, and skates – elasmobranchs – are generally thought to be unable to intentionally make noise, but new research suggests that this is a misconception. Researchers from Sweden, Spain and

BSSC Eng

Interested in the Baltic Sea? Discover all about it at the Baltic Sea Science Center (BSSC) located at Skansen, Stockholm, or join our digital events. SLU proudly contributes to the content of the

A Non-Toxic Environment

We provide decision support and expertise in the work towards A Non-Toxic Environment in Sweden. The data from our monitoring programmes contributes to the overall picture of the environmental status

Eutrophication

The Eutrophication Programme is intended to provide data on which to base action to combat eutrophication of our aquatic systems. It should provide an up-to-date picture of the source and size of

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