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SLU Water Forum

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SLU efterlyser fler hummerfiskare i Bohuslän, Halland och Skåne

For the fourth year in a row, researchers at SLU are turning to the public to gain better knowledge of the distribution and status of lobster stocks along the Swedish west coast. For three weeks in

From healthy food to junk food

The northern landscapes are warming twice as fast as the Earth’s average because of climate change. This impacts lake ecosystem functions. Researchers have noticed changes in lake food webs. In many

Aquaculture researcher's meeting

Aquaculture researcher's meeting 2024 aquaculture@slu.se Welcome to a full-day research meeting to enhance collaboration and networking within the aquaculture researcher’s community in Sweden. The

Efter 40 år: ny forskning om vattenkraftens påverkan på reglerade sjöar

Most of the larger lakes in northern Sweden (Norrland) are regulated lakes or power plant reservoirs. They are crucial for Sweden's electricity production, but also heavily influenced by hydropower.

SLU testar trålkamera – för att minska fiskfångsten

By installing a stereo video camera in the trawl, researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences want to reduce the need for trawling in acoustic fish surveys. The technology is now

One Health Day 2024

Save the date! One Health Day 2024 futureonehealth@slu.se On 15 October, SLU Future One Health will host a One Health Day event. Are you interested in interdisciplinary research and working methods

Morning Coffee with Illumina

Morning Coffee with Illumina vattenmiljo-webb@slu.se Illumina would like to present their newest XLEAP SBS technology and give a refresher on its portfolio and applications. Presenters Edyta


ASIAN-PACIFIC AQUACULTURE 2024 aquaculture@slu.se Asian Pacific Aquaculture 2024 will be the next chance for the international aquaculture community to visit Indonesia and see the rapidly expanding

Fler men mindre kräftor i Vättern och Hjälmaren

The number of signal crayfish is increasing in Sweden's largest lakes: Lake Vänern, Lake Vättern, Lake Hjälmaren and Lake Mälaren. But in several of the lakes, the proportion of small crayfish is

Anna Székely

anna.szekely@slu.se Environmental microbiologist leading the Swedish Environmental Epidemiology Center (SEEC) and coordinating the development of eDNA-based assessment of Swedish inland waters.

Hållbart fiske kräver djupare kunskap om fiskpopulationer

To ensure sustainable fishing we need to know how large the fish populations are, and understand their dynamics. In his thesis, Stefan Skoglund at SLU has developed methods that increase our

SLU och Vattenfall följer upp vindkraftens påverkan på fisk och biologisk mångfald

Interest in offshore wind power is growing and there is a great need for knowledge about how this may affect marine ecosystems. SLU and Vattenfall are therefore collaborating in a new project to