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Centre for fish and wildlife research (CFW)


There are 19 pages tagged with Center for fish and wildlife research (CFW):

Education

Water is essential for all life, economic development, well-functioning ecosystems and human well-being, and is crucial for achieving all the sustainable development goals of Agenda 2030 Knowledge

Contact a researcher

Do you want to get in touch with a researcher? Do you have a question about water and fish? We hope you will find the right person to ask below! SLU Departments Several of SLU’s departments have

Environmental Monitoring

Are we managing the environment in a sustainable way when it comes to water and aquatic ecosystems? SLU has an assignment from the government that is unique among Swedish universities: additional to

Environmental Monitoring

Are we managing the environment in a sustainable way when it comes to water and aquatic ecosystems? SLU has an assignment from the government that is unique among Swedish universities: additional to

Research

Research at SLU develops knowledge about the biological natural resources and man’s management and sustainable use of them. Water is an integrated and important part of this work and SLU has

Covid-19 lesson: Wild meat

Is wildlife and the consumption of wild meat only a cause to pandemics or is it in fact also a solution to a sustainable future? In a new blog post, Senior Lecturer Joris Cromsigt, discusses the

Genetisk märkning ger bättre koll på lax och havsöring

Every year, ca 1.7 million farmed young salmon and sea trout (smolt) are released into Swedish rivers, smolts that are naturally "genetically labelled" already at birth. By doing DNA analyses of the

Studie från unik ”tidsmaskin”

Using an artificially heated closed coastal bay in the Baltic Sea, a new study by researchers at Swedish university of Agrucultural Sciences (SLU) offers a unique chance to see what might happen to

One Health research on biodiversity conservation and emerging infectious diseases presented at Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Stockholm

On May 28, Associate Professor Åsa Fahlman and Dr Udeshika Sewwandi were invited speakers at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Stockholm, Sweden, on a seminar arranged by the Swedish Research

Brunare och varmare sjöar ger mindre mängd fisk

Warming and browning are ongoing processes coupled to climate change, with potentially severe consequences for lake ecosystems. In a new study, SLU researchers now show how the combination of warming

Postdoc in Wildlife Health

Bo-Soren.Wiklund@slu.se

Abborrens arvmassa kartlagd

A team of Swedish, Finnish and Estonian scientists have completed the world-first full sequencing of the perch (Perca fluviatilis) genome, which is three times smaller than the human genome (around

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