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Engineering and technology

Technology is the collection of techniques, skills, methods and processes used in the production of goods or services or in the accomplishment of objectives, such as scientific investigation. Technology can be the knowledge of techniques, processes, etc. or it can be embedded in machines, computers, devices and factories, which can be operated by individuals without detailed knowledge of the workings of such things.This includes e.g. civil engineering, mechanical engineering,environmental engineering and environmental biotechnology.

There are 59 pages tagged with Engineering and technology:

Other activities

Our activities include seminars, workshops and field trips that aim to enrich our students knowledge and promote networking with other researchers, society and industry. Go back to the SSFEB main

Department of Energy and Technology

At the department of energy and technology, research and education are conducted focusing on how agriculture can contribute to a sustainable society. We have extensive expertise in technology and

Forest Planning

Forest planning deals with decision making concerning the future development of the forest. When, where and how will silviculture and harvesting be applied on a forest holding or in a landscape in


Radar using satellites as a platform can be used for mapping forests across large areas. The technology is similar to lidar (laser scanning) using electromagnetic waves but is less affected by e.g.

National forest estimates

An important part of remote sensing is to continuously develop methods for producing national raster databases with estimated variables. An important part of the remote sensing activities is to

Collaborate with us

An important part of our work is to maintain good relations with both the international scientific community in the field, and with a wide range of Swedish stakeholders, such as enterprises,

Landscape visualization

Visualization is a tool used to illustrate the future landscape given different scenarios and also to show historical events and changes in landscape. Building a visualized landscape requires a

Laser scanning

Laser scanning measures positions on objects using light pulses. Measurement coordinates are used to calculate forest area statistics and estimate different forest parameters. In airborne laser

Digital photogrammetry

Digital Photogrammetry is the creation of three dimensional (3D) point cloud data by applying image matching to overlapping digital images. The meaning of photogrammetry is to "measure with light",


Here you will find publications published by the Department of Forest Resource Management. You can find more publications from us at SLUpub. Press the green button below to go there.

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2020 Scientific Articles Chi, J.; Nilsson, M.B.; Laudon, H.; Lindroth, A.; Wallerman, J.; Fransson, J.E.S.; Kljun, N.; Lundmark, T.; Ottosson Löfvenius, M. & Peichl, M. (2020). The net landscape