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Natural science

Natural science is a branch of science concerned with the description, prediction, and understanding of natural phenomena, based on observational and empirical evidence.

There are 260 pages tagged with Natural science:

Johan Svensson

johan.svensson@slu.se My research is oriented mainly towards sustainable forest governance and management, landscape ecology and restoration ecology, with project on various topics, such as high

Gersey Vargas

gersey.vargas.rivera@slu.se Gersey Vargas is a PhD researcher that is addressing questions related to the impact of horse grazing on grassland restoration through its insect and plant communities.

Seminar on scientific publishing, peer review and being an editor

Demystifying academic publishing and the editorial world anne.honsel@slu.se This seminar is jointly organised by Umeå Postdoc Society and UPSC's "Outside of Academia" Seminar Series. Listen to

Anton Grafström

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Javad Mottaghipisheh

javad.mottaghipisheh@slu.se My current research is focused on application of state-of-the-art mass spectrometry tools to investigate environmental organic micropollutants, in particular focusing on

Nolan J Rappa

nolan.rappa@slu.se Postdoctor at the department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies researching forest insect pollinator communities. I am interested in (but not limited to) forest insect

Sabine Jordan

sabine.jordan@slu.se Physical Geographer and Agronomist, Postgraduate. Research Interests Consequences of peatland restoration for hydrochemistry, C, N and P balances, greenhouse gas emissions and

Desirée Guidobaldi Stenbacka

desiree.guidobaldi@slu.se I am currently undertaking a Ph.D. within wildlife movement ecology, investigating which landscape structure affects how herbivores use multifunctional forests, linked to

Maria Jacobsen

maria.jacobsen@slu.se My research aims at promoting healthy and sustainable food consumption. My current research is sustainability assessments of foods and diets and how the food system can be

Knowledge unearthed: Variation in our forests controlled by moisture

The water guides the way for the forest's growth and its carbon sequestration potential. PhD-student Johannes Larson has mapped this in his dissertation using advanced soil moisture maps – and a

Faranak Tootoonchi

faranak.tootoonchi@slu.se My work focuses on application of various statistical methods with different levels of complexity to understand climate change impacts on hydroclimatic processes and to

Ida Nordström

ida.nordstrom@slu.se PhD Student in Forest Pathology, working on her thesis titled: Non-destructive and high-throughput detection of forest pests and pathogens using next-generation technologies. I