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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.

Det finns 85 sidor som är taggade med Forest science:


The publications and reports from the Unit of Risk Assessment of Plant Pests at SLU are listed here. - Reports from the unit - Rapid Pest Risk Analysis Xyleborinus attenuatus Rapid Pest Risk Analysis Xylosandrus germanus Publications - Jeger M, Bragard ...



This program is a top choice for you who are open-minded and wish to get profound understanding in forest management, ecology, planning and policy that goes beyond certain national tradition. Forests are no longer regarded as simply factories for wood ...


SLU researcher at the Committee on World Food Security in Rome

Camilla Widmark from the Department of Forest Economics gave a keynote about the gender situation in the Swedish forest sector. ©FAOGiulio-Napolitano The 44rd session of the UN Committee on Food Security (CFS43), in Rome, is on this week and SLU is ...

Department of Forest Ecology and Management

Department of Forest Ecology and Management

Our mission is to advance the understanding of forest ecosystem processes and to progress the principles of forest ecosystem management Staff Publications Contact Calendar 27 October 2017 Dissertation: Uneven-aged silviculture ...


Short rotation forestry (SRF)

Planting willow trial. Photo: Nils-Erik Nordh Fast-growing deciduous tree species can be used to replace fossil fuels and to diminish human impact on the climate. Our research contributes to a more efficient and environmentally sustainable cultivation ...


Plant protection in agriculture and forestry

Pine weevil. Photo: Niklas Björklund Our research contributes to sustainable methods of protecting agricultural crops and forests against pests. More knowledge is needed about the interaction between insect pests, their enemies and the plants and trees ...


The fungal community of spruce stumps may affect treatment against root rot

Stumps are treated with the biological control agent Rotstop, which is applied on stumps following harvest. Photo: Jonas Olivà. The most serious pathogen in Swedish forestry is the fungus Heterobasidion annosum. The most important counteraction constitutes ...


What's SLU Global? And what's Restoration of degraded rural landscapes?

A presentation of SLU Global and one of its themes: Restoration of degraded rural landscapes. Followed by a presentation by Lars Laestadius: Restoration of Landscapes and Livelihoods - The New REDD? Programme - What´s SLU Global? - A presentation of ...

Department of Ecology

Department of Ecology

How can we manage forests and land without threating biodiversity and ruining ecosystem services? These divergent goals require a broad understanding of ecological interactions in nature. Research, education and collaboration at the department of Ecology ...



All the news from the Unit for Risk Assessment of Plant Pests are listed here. Symposium in Norway - Environmental Risk Assessment External web The symposium "Advancing environmental risk assessment by accounting for biodiversity and ecosystem services ...


Lars Edenius, wildlife ecology, ungulate scecies

Lars Edenius is an external collaboration specialist in wildlife ecology with a focus on ungulate species. He wants to improve management of wildlife and fish together with society and stakeholders in particular. My area of expertise is the management ...

Åsa Ranlund

Åsa Ranlund

For more information about Åsa, visit the Swedish page. Read more about: Ecology Forest science Department of Ecology S Faculty Contact Doctoral Student at the Department of Ecology; Conservation Biology Unit Telephone: 018-672372 E-mail: ...

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