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Swedish Species Information Centre

The Swedish Species Information Centre at SLU accumulates, analyses and disseminates information concerning the species and habitats occurring in Sweden.

There are 11 pages tagged with Swedish species information centre:

Nordic conference on the effects of forest management and global change on boreal forest ecosystems

A recent conference in Norway brought together researchers from the Nordic countries to share insights on the impacts of forestry and climate change on biodiversity, ecological processes, ecosystem

Method to assess the natural values of forests evaluated in new study

In a study, SLU researchers have investigated various methods that can be used to identify forests with high natural values. The study was conducted in both northern and southern Sweden. The results

SLU Swedish Species Information Centre

We accumulate, analyse and disseminate information concerning the species and habitats occurring in Sweden. We are one of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences' formal collaborative centres.

A global observatory to monitor biodiversity

At a time of unprecedented decline in Earth’s biodiversity, scientists are calling for a new system for monitoring and providing the data needed for decision making and conservation action. Earth’s

SLU celebrates the World Oceans Day

Today, June 8, it is the World Oceans Day. SLU Water Forum pays extra attention to ocean issues, and the global sustainability goals, at this day. At SLU, more than 400 researchers and experts work

SLU Water Forum celebrates the World Oceans Day

lisa.beste@slu.se Photo: Jens Olsson Below we present a selection of news about research on oceans at SLU. Since we have many experts in Baltic Sea and marine issues at SLU, we have also compiled a

First live-tracked moose paved the way for research breakthrough

In Sweden it will soon be time again for the tv-show The Great Moose Migration (Den stora älgvandringen). Many viewers, in addition to following the moose via their television, also watch them via

SLU Future Forests arranges an excursion

SLU Future Forests arranges an excursion in Uppsala viktor.karlsson@slu.se Welcome to a day where we will present new research results with practical forestry in an urban context. Participants at

Swedish Species Information Centre

Swedish Species Information Centre ew-red@slu.se

Future Forests Excursion

Excursion with Future Forests teresia.borgman@slu.se The Future Forests platform invites you to a forest excursion to facilitate dialogue and exchange knowledge. We will highlight some of the

Redlist 2020

The marine environment is subjected to fast and substantial changes. In total 470 species found in the Swedish marine environment are listed in the 2020 version of the red-list from the SLU Swedish