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Here is a list of dissertations, from our events calendar.

There are 171 pages tagged with Dissertations:

Dissertation Johannes Larson

Soil moisture conditions control nutrient accumulation, carbon storage and tree growth in boreal forest landscapes charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Johannes Larson defends his thesis "Soil moisture

Dissertation Khaled Youssef

Heterobasidion root infections on Scots pine – a cryptic threat to sustainable forest management in Sweden charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Khaled Youssef defends his thesis "Heterobasidion root

Dissertation Arvid Axelsson

Tree Species Classification : Analyzing Multitemporal Satellite Imagery and Multispectral Airborne Laser Scanning Data charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Arvid Axelsson defends his thesis "Tree Species

Dissertation Ivan Huuva

Estimation of change in forest variables using synthetic aperture radar charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Ivan Huuva defends his thesis "Estimation of change in forest variables using synthetic aperture

Dissertation Karin Amsten

Fire and herbivory – key drivers of temperate open ecosystems : Effects of consumer control on woody and herbaceous plant communities in temperate wood-pasture charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Karin


Urban Growth Dynamics : Analysis of the Evolution Process of Small Urban Centres in Developing Countries lotta.malmborg@slu.se Maglan Charles Sang'enoi, Department of Urban and Rural Development,

Dissertation Anna Widén

Drivers of ungulate behavior in the context of human-wildlife conflicts : The effects of food, fear and temperature on ungulate landscape use and impacts charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Anna Widén

Diss Axel Rösvik

Finding the right one : Host-plant choice and its transgenerational influence on behaviour and life-history traits in Spodoptera littoralis lotta.malmborg@slu.se Axel Rösvik, department of Plant

Diss Marie Eisersiö

Straight from the horse’s mouth. What we can learn about rein tension by observing horse behaviour sofia.webering.ekberg@slu.se Marie Eisersiö defends her thesis: Straight from the horse’s mouth.

Diss Chea Eliyan

Estimating qualities and quantities of faecal sludge to determine resource recovery potential A case study in Phnom Penh, Cambodia charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Chea Eliyan defends her thesis "

Diss Josefina Jonsson

The Force of Social Media Rethinking the social and spatial contexts in entrepreneurship Charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Josefina Jonsson defends her thesis "The Force of Social Media Rethinking the


Nutritional profiling, SNP-based genomic tools development for population genetic analysis and genotype-by-environment interaction in noug (Guizotia abyssinica (L.f.) Cass.) lotta.malmborg@slu.se