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Data networks and biobanks

A well-developed research infrastructure is important for the development of research and innovations. At SLU, we categorize the infrastructure as follows:

  • Facilities
  • Data networks and biobanks
  • Instruments
  • Laboratories

There are 24 pages tagged with Data networks and biobanks:

Forest Damage tool

Forest damage is a tool for identifying and reporting forest damage online. The aim of Skogsskada is to increase knowledge about tree and forest damage and contribute to developing methods and

Artportalen (Swedish Species Observation System)

Artportalen (Swedish Species Observation System): an open access web-based system for reporting, and analysis of, observations of Swedish species of plants, animals and fungi. Artportalen, The

DNA mapping gives new insight into Swedish fungi

There are far more species of fungi in the ground than previously known. Fungi visible to the naked eye are in the minority according to a 10-year DNA mapping now available on the website Svampar i

SERS - Database for electrofishing in streams

Databasen för provfiske i vattendrag - SERS miljodatastod@slu.se docx, xlsx, pptx, pdf, TIFF, MHTML, CSV, XML, atomsvc. fish, streams, electrofishing, rivers, streams, running water APIs from the

Coastal laboratory (KUL) database

KUL is an Oracle-based database for storing data from the exploratory fishery and other data capture for fish along the Swedish coastline. In the KUL-database, data is stored from fish surveys along

DataBase for Forest Owner Analysis (DBFOA)

Self-activity in forest management among family forest owners. "Ongoing analysis of land ownership" is a development partnership between the Department of Forest Resource Management at SLU and the

Fishdata 2

Fishdata 2 is a database for registration and storage of data from our fish surveys and from fishermen on board their vessel or ashore. What can be found in this dabase? Biological parameters as

Soil, Water, and Environmental Data

Freely available environmental data from Swedish lakes and streams, nutrient loss and pesticides in agricultural areas, as well as inventories of agricultural soils and crops. Search for soil, water

In silico lab

The In Silico Lab (ISL) is a departmental resource offering access to high performance computer systems and hands-on trial of novel hardware and software solutions. Within the lab activities three

Dynamics of small rodents, predators, zoonotic pathogens and landscape changes in a climate gradient from the coast to the mountains

Measurement in the form of integrated time series on the dynamics of small rodents and other small mammals, predators and zoonotic pathogens along a climate gradient from the coast via the inlands to

Data host Agricultural land

Environmental monitoring data on leaching of nitrogen, phosphorus and pesticides from agricultural land to waters as well as is data on chemical and physical properties in arable soils and nutrient

Bioinformatik core facility

Bioinformatic analyses of proteomics, transcriptome data and development of biological data bases and computer based analytical Tools. Contact Erik Bongcam-Rudloff