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Senior environmental assessment specialists - lectures

Senior environmental assessment specialists - lectures

Lectures by SLU´s senior environmental assessment specialists fomaredaktion@slu.se In the autumn of 2020, SLU´s vice-chancellor appointed our first senior environmental assessment specialists. On

Master's Thesis

Do you want to work in forests, in arctic environments, on savannas, or in tropical rainforests? Are you interested in ­historical data, or spatial data such as animal move­ments or distribution of

Sustainable Use of Natural Resources

How can we use natural resources in a sustainable way? What are the conflicts that can arise when different interests collide? Explore this with us in this course! CTA Apply here! PLEASE NOTE! In the

Ground beetle communities lose species and functionality following intensive forest fertilization

Researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) reported the overall negative effect of boreal forest fertilization on ground beetle assemblages that could potentially lead to

Ground beetle communities lose species and functionality following intensive forest fertilization

Researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) reported the overall negative effect of boreal forest fertilization on ground beetle assemblages that could potentially lead to

Julia Jansson

Julia Jansson

I am a Ph.D. student part of the Molecular Ecology Group. We study the genetics and ecology of wild vertebrate populations using molecular methods. My current focal species are ungulates and their

Worth knowing: Fjällnära skog – dåtid, nutid, framtid

Worth knowing: Fjällnära skog – dåtid, nutid, framtid

Worth knowing: Fjällnära skog – dåtid, nutid, framtid ulla.ahlgren@slu.se Johan Svensson, researcher at SLU, gives a lecture on ”Fjällnära skog – dåtid, nutid, framtid”. Johan Svensson, SLU. Photo

One Health webinar #8

One Health webinar #8

One Health webinar #8 - Nannet Fabri & Monika Norberg futureonehealth@slu.se Effects of virtual forest and green multi-sensory indoor environments for increased well-being. New methods to

Animals are the key to combating climate change sustainably

Lemurs, bats, and birds. They could be the solution to the creation of sustainable forest ecosystems in Madagascar. This is the opinion of researchers at SLU, the Swedish University of Agricultural

Animals are the key to combating climate change sustainably

Lemurs, bats, and birds. They could be the solution to the creation of sustainable forest ecosystems in Madagascar. This is the opinion of researchers at SLU, the Swedish University of Agricultural

Ecological restoration of boreal low-productive pine forests

Aim : To assess the potential of ecological restoration of low-productive pine forests for the conservation of biodiversity associated with Scots pine. Project description : The biodiversity of

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