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Climate research

Climatology or climate research is the study of climate, scientifically defined as weather conditions averaged over a period of time. This modern field of study is regarded as a branch of the atmospheric sciences and a subfield of physical geography, which is one of the Earth sciences.


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Climate Conversation series

Climate Conversations - internal dialogue futureonehealth@slu.se Welcome to the 2nd internal dialogue meeting in the Climate Conversation series arranged by SLU Global and the four SLU Future

Thawing permafrost decrease the diversity of water-dwelling fungi

As the climate gets warmer, the permafrost will thaw, and enormous amounts of carbon bound in the tundra will be made available. This can impact the diversity of degrading fungi in the meltwater,

Ingrid Altamirano

Research assistant within the project "Young people's perspectives on the use, values ​​and benefits of the city's blue-green infrastructure." I hold a Bachelor´s degree in International Relations

Daisuke Goto

Fish population ecology, food web ecology, and fisheries management My principal scientific interest and experience focus on understanding fisheries sustainability in an ecosystem context as part of

Cecilia Sundberg

Senior lecturer in Bioenergy systems. Analysing environmental impacts of bioenergy system to enable systems with low or negative climate impact. Biochar is a special interest, due to possibility to

Adrià Sunyer Caldú

I am a PhD student guest from the University of Barcelona, Spain, with affiliation in the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research in the Spanish National Research Council (IDAEA-CSIC

Adrià Sunyer Caldú

I am a PhD student guest from the University of Barcelona, Spain, with affiliation in the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research in the Spanish National Research Council (IDAEA-CSIC

Kevin Bishop

My research identifies human influence aquatic ecosystems and distinguishes it from natural variability in space and time. Forestry, mercury, and hydrology are some of the major issues I have worked

Anne-Maj Gustavsson

Associate professor in Crop Science The information is only available in Swedish https://slubar1.slu.se/cnv/format/pers?q=email:anne-maj.gustavsson@slu.se&lang=en&rows=10000&format=rss

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