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Renewable energy

Bioenergy is renewable energy made available from materials derived from biological sources. Biomass is any organic material which has stored sunlight in the form of chemical energy.

There are 147 pages tagged with Renewable energy:

Nordic-Baltic workshop

Boreal peatlands provide an important carbon sink and play a key role in the global carbon cycle and climate system. During the past century, >10 million ha of natural peatlands have been drained in

Boreal biosphere-climate interactions

Land-atmosphere exchanges of greenhouse gases, water and energy in the boreal landscape

Trees and Forests for Global Development

Sustainable management of trees and forest for people and the environment


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Researchers PostDoc PhD Students tejshree.tiwari@slu.se geny jafa lsus0001 rago0002 goha dalu anue0001 aola0002 ardh0001 icka0001 Aida Bargues Tobella, Postdoctor Department of Forest


Research on biogeochemistry at the forest ecology and management department focuses on understanding the biogeochemical transformation and cycling of energy, water, carbon, nitrogen, and other

Soil biogeochemistry

Here, the focus is largely on the organic and inorganic compounds that comprise the soil phase. Specifically, the focus is on soil processes occurring in situ on the landscape, viewing soil as a



Aquatic biogeochemistry

Greenhouse gas dynamics in the ground- and surface waters Freshwaters are an important component of the global carbon (C) cycle, emitting large amounts of the important greenhouse gases carbon


Research at the department Specific research areas Our research is organised under seven subject areas where we develop knowledge about forest ecosystems and the processes that drive them. This

Forest landscape biogeochemistry

Forest landscape biogeochemistry includes the hydrology and biogeochemistry of forests, wetlands and surface waters and the speciation, mobility and bioavailability of carbon, nutrients and metals.