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Forest damages


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For researchers

Research projects under the SLU Forest Damage Centre develop the knowledge, modelling tools and technology necessary for preventing and managing forest damage. We welcome research projects driven by

More and happier pathogens in warmer Nordic countries

The majority of all known pathogens to global food production will thrive and reproduce faster in a warmer climate. Such generalizations are, however, not necessarily practically useful. A new report

Forest Damage - Monitoring and enviromental assessment

The next PhD student course on “Monitoring and environmental assessment” will start in March. The objective of the course is to provide the students with a basic understanding of environmental

SLU Forest Damage Centre

We produce and collect knowledge and competence for the health of the forest.

Wind damages expected to increase in a warmer climate

In spite of elks, spruce beetles and pathogenic fungi, wind is probably the largest cause of economic loss for European forestry. A number of reports in recent years investigates how the risk of wind

Spruce bark beetle attacks in a time of climate change

Where and when does the spruce bark beetle attack? Petter Öhrn has investigated this as well as the spruce's defense capacity in his doctoral thesis. "It is particularly important for forest owners

Projects

Research is an important part of the work of SLU Forest damage centre. It contributes new knowledge about forest damage and forest pests. With research we create opportunities for preventing and

Ancient pine trees tell unexpected tale of ice and fire

Forest fires were more prevalent in the early post glacial forests in northern Sweden than previously anticipated. In unearthing three pines which had been buried for almost 10 000 years in

Research School

The research school at the SLU Forest Damage Centre is an important component both for knowledge development in the field and for the supply of competence within universities, research institutes,

Rust in forest and agriculture

Symposium and workshop: Rust fungi in forests and agriculture cajsa.lithell@slu.se Welcome to a day of talks, discussion and networking around rust diseases! Rust on a pine tree. Photo: Åke Olson

PhD course: Forest damage - Monitoring and enviromental assessment

PhD course: Forest damage - Monitoring and environmental assessment theres.svensson@slu.se The next PhD student course on “Monitoring and environmental assessment” will start in March. The

Registration open for the PhD-course 'Forest Damage - Monitoring and eviromental assessment'

The registration is now open for the PhD student course on “Monitoring and environmental assessment” that will start in March. The objective of the course is to provide the students with a basic

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