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Department of Forest Resource Management

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Planning and analysis with the Heureka system - a forest decision support system

Students will learn the theoretical foundations of forest planning and how an advanced forest decision support system can be used in forest management planning and other analyses related to the

Mathematical Statistics Applied to Forest Sciences

This subject area is concerned with research on mathematical and statistical methods for effectively describing and modelling characteristics and traits related to organisms and life processes that

Undergraduate and Master's Studies

Our Department provides courses in Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Technology (GIT), Forest Inventory, Forest Panning, Forest Mathematical Statistics and Organization and Leadership. You

Forest Inventory and Sampling

This subject area includes field-based forest and landscape inventory, as well as development of cost-effective inventory systems that use several different data sources.

Forest Planning

Forest planning deals with decision making concerning the future development of the forest. When, where and how will silviculture and harvesting be applied on a forest holding or in a landscape in

Dryland voices

During three weeks, a large household survey, including male and female respondents in 920 households, is carried out. The survey will try to capture the lives, choices and challenges faced by both

Seed money call for interdisciplinary research

teresia.borgman@slu.se To strengthen interdisciplinary research, Future Forests is launching a seed money call in subjects related to forest sciences and sustainable forestry development. Vad kan

Forest Damage Centre funds 34 projects

The steering comittée at the Forest Damage Centre suggests to the dean to fund 34 projects from the budget for 2022. In total 67 applications came in, an impressive amount of skilled and creative

Doctoral and Licentiate Studies

We train doctors and licentiates to become researchers with high international competence in Forest Resource Management, Technology and Mathematical Statistics. The training is four and two years

Visiting researcher

These are former visiting researchers at our subject area. We look forward to meeting you. Langning Huo, Doctoral Student, 2018-2019 Mozhgan Zahribanhesari , Doctoral Student, 2018 Paul Treitz ,

Collaborate with us

An important part of our work is to maintain good relations with both the international scientific community in the field, and with a wide range of Swedish stakeholders, such as enterprises,


2020 Scientific Articles Chi, J.; Nilsson, M.B.; Laudon, H.; Lindroth, A.; Wallerman, J.; Fransson, J.E.S.; Kljun, N.; Lundmark, T.; Ottosson Löfvenius, M. & Peichl, M. (2020). The net landscape