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Department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies

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Wild animals can help us reach the 1.5 degree target

Protecting and restoring populations of wild animal species can help keeping global temperature rise below the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees, while at the same bending the negative biodiversity

UF seed funding - Urban Healthscapes

SLU Urban Futures' hub in Alnarp issues seed funding grants that support efforts to strengthen SLU’s interdisciplinary expertise on urban healthscapes. This call is open to all researchers at SLU,

Urban Forests - Green & Blue Infrastructure for Urban Health and Well-Being

Green & Blue Infrastructure for Urban Health and Well-Being hanna.weiber.post@slu.se The spring semester's third and last webinar in the series on urban forests, arranged by SLU Urban Futures and

Sustainable Use of Natural Resources

Welcome to the international course Sustainable use of natural resources. The course is a study trip and is given by SLU in collaboration with Purdue University and NC State University, USA. This

Visent och älg kan återetablera sig i Centraleuropa – om vi människor tillåter

Throughout history, bison and moose have been displaced and gone extinct in many parts of Central Europe. Suitable ecological habitats, however, do exist for both species for re-colonization,

Getting our Cities Right #3 - Umeå

Conference: Getting our Cities Right #3 - From Green Infrastructure to Urban Forestscapes hanna.weiber.post@slu.se Welcome to the third conference in the series 'Getting our Cities Right' organised

Ants in Sweden avoid alien Lodgepole pine

Fewer ant species, fewer ant mounds and less climbing up tree trunks in search of food - this is the situation in Sweden in forests planted with the introduced species Lodgepole pine compared to

First live-tracked moose paved the way for research breakthrough

In Sweden it will soon be time again for the tv-show The Great Moose Migration (Den stora älgvandringen). Many viewers, in addition to following the moose via their television, also watch them via

Flexible choices for sustainable forestry

Production forests constitute 53 percent of Sweden’s land area, and more than half of it is owned by private forest owners. Despite owners having different goals, most forests are managed in the same

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


Lab members Dr. Navinder J Singh (Lab Leader) Collaborators Dr. Aurelio Malo (Univ. of Alcala, Madrid) Prof. Göran Ericsson (SLU) Dr. Sumanta Bagchi (Indian Institute of Science) Dr. Per Stenberg,

Quantitative Ecology Lab

Addressing ecological, conservation and evolutionary challenges using novel methods, models, data and analyses