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Department of Forest Ecology and Management

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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

New partnership to advance knowledge-driven rainforest restoration in Borneo

How can we restore and manage damaged rainforests in a sustainable way that benefits both people and the environment? This question has been at the forefront for the past 25 years in one of the


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

DT resource governance

One area that Drylands Transform, the SLU-led project, is looking into, is the land and resource governance and how to find innovative mechanisms that can address the dependence on both flexible and

High methane emissions from northern rivers and streams

Freshwaters account for half of global emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming. But among freshwaters, the role of rivers and streams in the methane cycle has

DT IGAD publication

Now the first project summary is published for the SLU-led project Drylands Transform. One of the collaborating organisations in the project is IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development) who

We need a national database on burnt forest

Despite discussions over the last 20 years, there is still no database over wildfires and management fires in Sweden, which hampers both fire protection and nature conservation. A new SLU report

DT Exhibition

The work of the SLU-led Drylands Transform project is one out of eleven research areas that has been chosen to be featured in a photo exhibition at SLU. The photography exhibition 'An Eye for Science

Workshop: Swedish Wetland Biogeochemistry

vattenmiljo-webb@slu.se Welcome to a workshop about research on wetlands. The aim is to find synergies and coordination opportunities for wetland research at SLU. It will be a two-day,

DT Results obj 1

Field data on soil and land health has been collected across the four project sites using the Land Degradation Surveillance Framework (LDSF) to provide a biophysical baseline at the landscape level.

DT film from IGAD

One of our collaborating partners in Drylands Transform is the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD). Their work on dissemination of project activities is ongoing and has among other

DT Gully rehabilitation

One of the Livestock café sites in the SLU-led Drylands Transform project was heavily eroded and parts of the land was impossible to use unless the gullies were rehabilitated. This gave the project a