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Krycklan Symposium

tejshree.tiwari@slu.se Join us in celebrating Krycklan’s 20th year since the establishment On a yearly basis, the researchers, students and technical staff involved in the Krycklan Catchment Study

Cassandra investigates climate change impacts on predators and pest control services

Cassandra Vogel started her two-year post doc at SLU in May 2023. She will investigate how resilient natural enemies and their pest control services are to disturbances. The aim is to contributes to


A unique opportunity for integrating projects in water quality, hydrological, and ecological studies across boreal landscapes

Fighting plant disease - resilience and resistance

Lunch seminar: Fighting plant disease - pest resilience and resistance katja.fedrowitz@slu.se Welcome to a digital lunch seminar with Erik Andreasson from the Department of Plant Protection Biology


René van der Wal, has just revisited an area in Svalbard where he began to study the vegetation 25 years ago. What is happening to the plants in an environment that is warming faster than any other

Från tidigare vårar till vilda fluktuationer i Arktis

In 2007 researchers at Zackenberg in high-arctic Greenland reported some of the fastest rates of spring advancement ever observed on the globe. After some 15 years, these researchers now revisit the

Kunglig miljöprofessur till SLU

Professor Keith Paustian from the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Colorado State University, has been awarded the King Carl XVI Gustaf Professorship in Environmental Science for 2022–23. The


Researchers at the Department of Ecology drill deep down into ecological issues without losing contact with major social questions. We study species – both those that are threatened and those that

Honey Bee Health

We study the transmission of bee diseases within and between honeybee colonies, how bee health is affected by different biotic and abiotic factors and how bees defend themselves against bee diseases.

Forest Entomology

Insects cause substantial damage to forests. Bark beetles and pine weevils are two examples. At the same time insects provide services that make forests less vulnerable to disturbances. Our mission

”Options for the reduction of N2O emissions from arable soils” by Dr. Reiner Ruser

Seminar: ”Options for the reduction of N2O emissions from arable soils” markmiljo-webb@slu.se Welcome to a seminar with Dr. Reiner Ruser (University of Hohenheim) who will give a presentation about


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