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Earth and environmental sciences

Earth sciences include geochemistry, oceanography, hydrology and water resources etc. Environmental science is an interdisciplinary academic field that integrates physical, biological, social and information sciences to the study of the environment, and the solution of environmental problems, such as climate research.


There are 129 pages tagged with Earth and environmental sciences:

Elisabet Lewan

cajsa.lithell@slu.se Associate Professor in Soil Sciences / Environmental Physics Research interests  Agroecosystems & Climate Change  Crop modelling, carbon and nitrogen flows  Climate

Riccardo Bommarco

I'm Professor in Agricultural Entomology at the Department of Ecology. I perform research on insect and plant ecology in agricultural landscapes, and how it influences plant protection, pollination

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

Lars Sonesten

I am a limnologist and ecotoxicologist working mainly with water chemistry and biology in inland waters. I am also working with the inputs of nutrients and hazardous substances to the Sea. Head of

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

Alberto Zannella

I am a PhD student in Environmental Assessment whose research interest focuses on the biogeochemical cycling of the landscape and how it is affected by humans. Currently, in my PhD project, I

Michael Peacock

I am a researcher in the Geochemistry and Hydrology Section, with an interest in the biogeochemistry of peatlands, wetlands and inland waters. Much of my past research has focused on peatland

Shivesh Karan

Currently studying the climate and environmental impacts of biochar use in Swedish agriculture through a life cycle and spatial perspective. My key competencies lie at the intersection of three

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

Fiona Tang

Postdoctoral Researcher Department of Crop Production Ecology Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) Google Scholar | Research Gate | ORCiD Research Interests My research interest lies in

Carlos Sierra

I am a guest professor at the Department of Ecology. During my visit at SLU, I will work towards a better understanding of the effects of management on soil carbon sequestration and related climate

Eva Lindberg

Development of methods for extraction of forest information from laser scanning data and satellite images Senior Lecturer at the Department of Forest Resource Management (SRH); Division of Forest

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