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.
New theory disproves Leonardo Da Vinci’s ‘Rule of Trees’
A new model to calculate carbon uptake by trees illustrates why large trees may be more susceptible to drought. Previous models where based on Leonardo da Vincis rule of trees. Scientists from SLU
The Nordics and Baltics joined forces for more birch
The challenges in the development of sustainable and more climate resilient forestry are in many ways similar in the Nordic and Baltic countries. This was concluded when representatives from the
Webinar: The potential of birch – from seed to containerized seedling
email@example.com In the webinar PhD student Kinga Stolarek presents the latest updates related to her PhD project on seedlings and regeneration procedures for future birch forests. The
Excursion: Back to the future – lessons learned and novel thinking in forestry
Excursion: Back to the future – lessons learned and novel thinking in forestry firstname.lastname@example.org Trees For Me invites you to an excursion about lessons learned and novel thinking related to
DNA mapping gives new insight into Swedish fungi
There are far more species of fungi in the ground than previously known. Fungi visible to the naked eye are in the minority according to a 10-year DNA mapping now available on the website Svampar i
Diss Brooke Micke
Diversifying the utility and species composition of Nordic forage systems New fractionation methods and novel native legume species email@example.com Brooke Micke defends her thesis "
Seminar: Media training firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to this seminar at Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre. This event is presented by Gudmund Vollbrecht, Southern Swedish Forest Research
IDA: Multifunctional landscapes and Futures of Agriculture
Welcome to an inspiring day about interdisciplinary research and education at SLU. During this first part of the day, the thematic groups from Interdisciplinary Academy 22/23 present their projects
A global observatory to monitor biodiversity
At a time of unprecedented decline in Earth’s biodiversity, scientists are calling for a new system for monitoring and providing the data needed for decision making and conservation action. Earth’s
Seminarie ESS 11 oktober
Career development - young researchers coming from abroad email@example.com Welcome to this seminar at Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre. This event is presented by Eva-Maria Nordström.
Exclusion of sika deer by fencing in Nikko, Japan
Exclusion of sika deer by fencing in Nikko, Japan firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to this seminar at Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre. This event is presented by Lisa Petersson, Southern
The aim of the project is to create a basis for decision-making in practical forest management on a European and regional level. The project is expected to contribute with knowledge in environmental