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Forest science

Skogsvetenskap är läran om skogen, skogens utnyttjande och skogsråvarans förädling. Skogsvetenskap är således en tillämpad vetenskap med inslag av bland annat botanik, ekologi, geovetenskap, teknik och ekonomi. Här ingår ämnena skogsinventering, skogsplanering, skogsskötsel, skogsproduktion, skogsföryngring, skogshushållning, skogsgenetik, skogsmykologi, skogspatologi, skogsteknologi och skogshistoria.


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News

News

News cajsa.lithell@slu.se News Here you will find news related to the activities at the Unit for Risk Assessment of Plant Pests.

Publications

Publications from the unit of risk assessment of plant pests. Pest Risk Assessments Rapid Pest Risk Analysis Xyleborinus attenuatus , June 2017 Rapid Pest Risk Analysis Xylosandrus germanus , May

Projects

Here you will find completed and ongoing major projects that the unit is involved in. Completed projects Trade and production of plants and plant products in Sweden - A knowledge base for pest risk

Risk assessment of plant pests

Risk assessment of plant pests

We perform independent analyses which will provide support to the Swedish Board of Agriculture in their effort to counter the damage of non-indigenous pests.

Tree microbiomes

In this project, we study the ecological mechanisms contributing to the assembly of a tree’s microbiome. The project will reveal host traits correlated with pathogen susceptibility relevant for

Emerging diseases

Most part of the species that follows human transports, animal migration and distant air-and water-flow from one part of the world to another remains unnoticed. However, in special cases one single

Episode 3

In this episode of Wild Research Bites we discuss master studies and thesis work with Anna Widén and Stephanie Higgins who both took part in the Fish and wildlife master's programme. The master's

Avsnitt 4

We discuss the Ph.D. course on Global Perspectives on Adaptive Wildlife Management that took place in Kruger National Park in South Africa earlier this year. In this episode of Wild Research Bites we

Episode 1

In this first episode of Wild Research Bites you will be introduced to the vision for the podcast and a personal story of how two nature interested children became Ph.D. students at the Swedish

Avsnitt 2

In this episode, Emelie and Olli are discussing fire in the boreal forest of Fennoscandia while also making comparisons to savanna ecosystems of South Africa. Why does it burn in the forest? What are

Podcast Wild research bites

Podcast Wild research bites

A podcast from the Department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies at SLU, Umeå, where two Ph.D. students bite into topics regarding research, education, and current forest and

Retention trees at clear cuts protect the mycorrhizal community

Saving standing trees after harvest is not only a boon to bird life; it also protects the ability of the soil to raise new generations of forest. A new study from SLU shows that a clear cut without