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Mi­cro-cli­mate moulds and re­shapes north­ern in­sect communities, herb­ivory and pred­a­tion

Climate and changes in it have direct impacts on species of plant and animals – but climate may also shape more complex biological systems like food webs. Now a research group from the University of

Mi­cro-cli­mate moulds and re­shapes north­ern in­sect communities, herb­ivory and pred­a­tion

Climate and changes in it have direct impacts on species of plant and animals – but climate may also shape more complex biological systems like food webs. Now a research group from the University of

Havslandskapets utformning påverkar betning på tropiska korallrev

Seascape configuration, i.e. how habitat patches are arranged within the tropical seascape, was found to influence patterns of herbivory in two different geographical locations; Mozambique and Moorea

Genetic research on tropical trees help tropical forest survive global warming

Restoration of tropical rain forests has a high potential to enhance carbon sequestration of degraded land and hence a huge impact on actions to mitigate climate change. To ensure that reforestation

New FAO-report about AMR

SLU and FAO have jointly published a new report on how a high dairy productivity can be achieved with a low use of antibiotics. The report Tackling antimicrobial use and resistance in dairy cattle:

Necropolis

With the on-going move of Kiruna, due to the mine expansion, comes the moving of a church and a cemetery. The Kiruna church, the Maria chapel with its columbarium and a memorial grove plus 5 000

Over twelve thousand previously unknown microorganisms described in gigantic global cooperation

A new database, describing genomes from over 52 000 different bacteria and archaea, of which over 12 500 are previously unknown, is released in Nature Biotechnology. The database is built on

Restoring rangelands for nutrition and health for humans and livestock

Drylands Transform is the new interdisciplinary research project starting up in the border region between Uganda and Kenya. The research team –coordinated by SLU – wants to modify the ongoing

Exotic microbes stimulate carbon emissions from permafrost soil

Estimations of carbon emissions from thawing permafrost largely rely on studies using native permafrost microbes. However, this may have led to large underestimations. A new study shows that topsoil

Reindeer use of low Arctic tundra correlates with landscape structure

Climate change is leading to increased greening and shrubification of the low Arctic tundra. An important question is how reindeer can affect this development. According to a new international study,

Researchers at the Department of Molecyular Sciences will take part in two new research centers for food science.

Researchers at the Department of Molecyular Sciences will take part in two new research centers for food science.

Researchers from our Departmnent will be involved in the creation of two new research centers for "the sustainability and the competitiveness in our food system" funded by FORMAS. Professor Jana

How well can we identify carnivores from their individual markings?

SLU and Snow Leopard Trust will in detail study how well we can identify carnivores from their markings (e.g. spots and stripes) and what kind of errors that are common in camera trap-studies. A

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