Natural science is a branch of science concerned with the description, prediction, and understanding of natural phenomena, based on observational and empirical evidence.
At the Department of Energy and Technology research is primarily conducted on how agriculture and forestry can contribute to a sustainable society. Scientists investigate how agriculture can produce
Information for students within the Euroforester Master's programme. You will find information relevant to the programme, contacts and documents.
At the department of energy and technology, research and education are conducted focusing on how agriculture can contribute to a sustainable society. We have extensive expertise in technology and
Annika Felton annikaf My research into forest ecology has involved a diverse array of forest systems around the world, at a large range of spatial scales; from the inner complexities of animal
Water is essential for all life, economic development, well-functioning ecosystems and human well-being, and is crucial for achieving all the sustainable development goals of Agenda 2030 Knowledge
Are we managing the environment in a sustainable way when it comes to water and aquatic ecosystems? SLU has an assignment from the government that is unique among Swedish universities: additional to
Research at SLU develops knowledge about the biological natural resources and man’s management and sustainable use of them. Water is an integrated and important part of this work and SLU has
SLU works with water for life - and life in water. About 400 researchers and other staff members contribute to the global field of knowledge about sustainable management of water resources and
Both analytical platforms and large scale field research infrastructures plays a central role for research at the department. In addition to a well-equipped standard laboratory for analysis of plant,
Absorbance in water The light permeability of water depends on the presence of suspended particles and dissolved substances in the water. In a filtered water sample, it is chiefly the light
The environmental situation in the world's oceans is evaluated by United Nations, supported by Swedish expertise from SLU The second round of the UN Regular Evaluation Program for the World Oceans is
Information for students within the Management of Fish and Wildlife Populations- Master's programme. You will find information relevant to the programme, contacts and documents.