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Environmental sciences related to agriculture and land use

Environmental science is an interdisciplinary academic field that integrates physical, biological and information sciences to the study of the environment, and the solution of environmental problems. The subject include research on biodiversity, risks and ethics.

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Pesticides in air and precipitation

Results from the sampling of air and precipitation within the National Environmental Monitoring Program of Pesticides are found here. Precipitation is collected in the counties of Skåne and Uppland.


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Agora aims to advance knowledge and learning within environmental assessment, including Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA). Agora was established in

About us

The SLU Plant Protection Network is there to promote and stimulate collaboration between staff at SLU's different campuses, faculties and departments, and to strengthen SLU's profile in plant

Contact a researcher

The SLU Plant Protection Network consists of over 200 researchers within plant protection and plant health at SLU. You are very welcome to contact us if you have a question about plant protection! Do

Webbinarium: Skogsdata 2024

henrik.j.persson@slu.se Ny statistik och resultat från Riksskogstaxeringens artinriktade inventeringar. Fotograf: Åke Bruhn, SLU. Artinventering i Ydre, Östergötland. SLU Riksskogstaxeringen

Sign up 2-3oct

Sign up for the Networking symposium on plant protection and forest damage 2–3 October in Umeå here. Read more about the network symposium here.

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An intriguing mix of interdisciplinary research and researchers focused on providing scientifically founded decision, support and knowledge to the surrounding society

Sow a seed

One third of the world's tropical rainforests have been lost. Half of what remains is degraded. This project was launched in 1998 to show whether it is possible to rehabilitate severely degraded



Methodology aerial image inventory


Analysis and result