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Forest damages


There are 22 pages tagged with Forest damages:

Stakeholder event - SLU Plant Protection Network

Stakeholder event - SLU Plant Protection Network & SLU Forest Damage Centre katja.fedrowitz@slu.se Welcome to the SLU Network Plant Protection's second external stakeholder event, where we will get

Forest Damage Centre funds 34 projects

The steering comittée at the Forest Damage Centre suggests to the dean to fund 34 projects from the budget for 2022. In total 67 applications came in, an impressive amount of skilled and creative

Öppet möte SLU Skogsskadecentrum

Open meeting SLU Forest Damage Centre NEW DATE SOON katja.fedrowitz@slu.se Meeting between SLU:s researchers and externa stakeholders. Due to problems with finding accomondations a new date tillbe

Call to attend conferences in plant protection

The SLU Plant Protection Network is launching a special call for researchers at SLU for attending conferences relevant to their study subject or project work within the area of plant protection/plant

Analysis function

The analysis function is a main part of SLU's Forest Damage Centre. Our analysts have the following assignment: To analyse national outbreak risks on an ongoing basis based on existing data (e.g.

SLU Forest Damage Centre Research School

A new research school is right now in its development phase. Later in spring there will be information on this page how to join the research school if you already are a PhD student.

Monitoring

The SLU Forest Damage Centre is right now developing the monitoring program for forest damage. Soon you will be able to apply for money regarding long-term monitoring activities of forest damages.

Forest damage experts of tomorrow will come from SLU

In the end of the summer SLU Forest Damage Centre will start a new research school with a first cohort of students. The aim is to provide society with new knowledge on forest damages and forest

New findings on resistance to root rot can be used in spruce breeding

There is a large variation in Norway spruce in resistance to the fungi H. parviporum and H. annosum s.s. This is shown in Hernán Dario Capador-Barreto's new doctoral thesis. The results can be used

SLU Forest Damage Centre

The SLU Forest Damage Centre produces knowledge to protect forests against forest damage caused by game, insects, fungi, storms, fires, drought and more. The mission also includes analysing the risks

Breaking new grounds in forest pathology

Symposium: Breaking new grounds in forest pathology cajsa.lithell@slu.se Welcome to an international symposium on forest pathology! This symposium is to honor the achievements of Professor Jan

Utlysning forskaskola SLU Skogsskadecentrum

You can now apply for funding for Ph.D. student projects from the SLU Forest Damage Centre. Deadline is the 8th of April. Financial support for Ph.D. students The SLU Forest Damage Centre Research

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