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Climate research

Climatology or climate research is the study of climate, scientifically defined as weather conditions averaged over a period of time. This modern field of study is regarded as a branch of the atmospheric sciences and a subfield of physical geography, which is one of the Earth sciences.


There are 215 pages tagged with Climate research:

Master-thesis-30/60-ECTS

Do you want to work with marine biology, marine ecology, freshwater biology, freshwater ecology, limnology or sustainable development? Make a difference for the Baltic Sea, the Skagerrak or Kattegat,

The greenhouse gas inventory

Climate change affects ecosystems and society. To mitigate these effects, greenhouse gas emissions must be reduced. Greenhouse gas emissions and removals are monitored through the reporting to the UN

Diss Niina Sundin

Sustainability of food waste prevention through food consumption charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Niina Sundin defends her thesis "Sustainability of food waste prevention through food consumption" on

From healthy food to junk food

The northern landscapes are warming twice as fast as the Earth’s average because of climate change. This impacts lake ecosystem functions. Researchers have noticed changes in lake food webs. In many

Bachelor thesis 15 ECTS

Do you want to work with marine biology, marine ecology, freshwater biology, freshwater ecology, limnology or sustainable development? Make a difference for the Baltic Sea, the Skagerrak or Kattegat,

Climate Conversations across disciplines

Researchers’ roles, activism, and transformative science are some of the topics discussed in the Climate Conversations at SLU - a webinar series for SLU staff to increase the scientific dialogue

Varmare klimat minskar myggornas blodtörst

Studies from SLU show that mosquitoes exposed to higher temperatures are more likely to favour plant nectar over blood, which could reduce the spread of malaria in a warmer climate. Read the full

About us

An intriguing mix of interdisciplinary research and researchers focused on providing scientifically founded decision, support and knowledge to the surrounding society

Sow a seed

One third of the world's tropical rainforests have been lost. Half of what remains is degraded. This project was launched in 1998 to show whether it is possible to rehabilitate severely degraded

Education

We offer education and courses for those who are interested in fish, fishery, marine biology, limnology (freshwater biology) and aquatic ecology. Our courses are highly rated by our students and we

Bachelors Forestry Program at the Department of Forest Ecology and Management

Join the movement to becoming a forest expert- your first step begins HERE!   Our world-class team of experts can help you channel your passion into creating a better future for forests and people

Thesis presents unique study on flood mitigation in newly rewetted peatlands

Rewetting some of Sweden's drained peatlands has been touted as a measure to mitigate the effects of extreme weather. But how effective is this? In her doctoral thesis Shirin Karimi at SLU in Umeå

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