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There are 10 pages tagged with School for Forest Management:

Per Knutsson seminar

Per Knutsson, one of the Dryland Transform researchers will on the 6th of October have a webinar on the topic "Commoning or Commodification? Pastoralist Land Rights in the Face of Political, Economic

Livestock café establishment

The concept of a livestock café is an excellent and novel way of engaging with farmers and local communities through a participatory approach of having field experiments. Livestock cafés as locally

Climate research

Mitigating and adapting to climate change is one of the primary challenges facing humanity this century. Many research projects at our institution touch upon the subject. The sustainable management

Dissertation Ewa H. Orlikowska

Strengthening conservation through green infrastructure: linking protected areas, habitats and species charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Ewa H. Orlikowska defends her thesis "Strengthening conservation

Great conservation value of the Scandinavian Mountains Green Belt

Remaining intact forest landscapes are of great importance for biodiversity and ecosystem services. Researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) have in several studies

Mixed species forests

Mixed species forests - Risks, resilience and management The main objective of this conference is to communicate the state-of-the-art scientific knowledge in various fields connected to both mixed

Efterlängtad bok om skogens fåglar

About 10 years ago Grzegorz Mikusiński's students at the School of Forest Management asked him if he could recommend a good book about birds in the forest. Now he can finally answer ‘yes’ to that

Forest Facts 4 2017

How should the impact of moose to economically and ecologically important tree species be managed? This is a hot topic in Fennoscandia. How does the study design affect conclusions about the impact

Forest Facts 11 2016

Read about how collaborative research can contribute to policies for sustainable development! One issue of SLU:s popular science publication Fakta Skog is now available in English: Sustainable rural

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