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Faculty of Forest Sciences (S)

The Faculty of Forest Sciences has 13 departments and units, over 500 employees, approximately 700 students, and nearly 200 research students. Most of the departments and the faculty management are based in Umeå.


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Call deadline to apply for seed money call for interdisciplinary research

Call deadline to apply for seed money call for interdisciplinary research viktor.karlsson@slu.se To strengthen interdisciplinary research, SLU Future Forests is launching a seed money call in

Biodiversity in focus for UN delegates and forest researchers

On 7-19 December governmental and organisational representatives meet at the UN conference COP15 in Montreal, Canada, to negotiate a new framework with biodiversity goals for the land and at sea.

Workshop towards harmonized forest monitoring and reporting

February sees SLU hosting an international workshop focusing on future EU-wide forest monitoring. On February 1 through 2, SLU will host an international event at campus Ultuna in Uppsala. The

Dissertation Sima Mohtashami

GIS-based decision support systems to minimise soil impacts in logging operations charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Sima Mohtashami defends her thesis "GIS-based decision support systems to minimise soil

Record year for grants for research on broadleaves and alternative silviculture

Climate change, environmental factors and multiple goals increase the demands on the Swedish forests. Several of the department's researchers now have received a record sum of research funding to

BEE

This popular course, first offered in 2018 (when it received the best PhD course prize from SLU), and then 2019, online in 2021 and again fully online in 2022. The course aims to provide

Webinar on growth and economy in mixed birch forests

stina.johannesson@slu.se Welcome to the first webinar in Trees For Me:s webinar series focused on knowledge about fast growing broadleaf trees for sustainable forestry, materials and energy in

Dissertation Lufunyo Lulandala

Land use change, tree cover, and livestock in miombo woodlands : interacting effects on soil carbon and hydrological properties charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Lufunyo Lulandala defends his thesis "Land

Becfor meeting september 4th

BECFOR meeting for PhD students. Info-meeting via zoom where we will present the BECFOR activities for this autumn. Friday September 4th, 2-3 pm it is BECFOR meeting for PhD students. Info-meeting

BECFOR meeting for PhD students

BECFOR meeting for PhD students. Info-meeting via zoom where we will present the BECFOR activities for this autumn. 8 of May it is BECFOR meeting for PhD students. Info-meeting via zoom where we will

Sustainable forestry in southern Sweden

This master’s course focuses on forest management and forest ecology in managed stands. During the nine weeks of the course we will investigate and discuss how sustainable development are/can be

Ph.D course Enhancing forest resilience for an uncertain future

Do you want to get an in-depth understanding of management strategies to increase resilience under global change? Then join us for this PhD course! The Ph.D course Enhancing forest resilience for an

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