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Swedish Species Information Centre

The Swedish Species Information Centre at SLU accumulates, analyses and disseminates information concerning the species and habitats occurring in Sweden.

There are 15 pages tagged with Swedish species information centre:

Future Forests Excursion

Excursion with Future Forests teresia.borgman@slu.se The Future Forests platform invites you to a forest excursion to facilitate dialogue and exchange knowledge. We will highlight some of the

New projects on continuous cover forestry

New projects on continuous cover forestry teresia.borgman@slu.se The Future Forests platform invites researchers to a workshop on potential new research projects on continuous cover forestry. This

Mohammad Hossein Banabazi

mohammad.hossein.banabazi@slu.se I'm the researcher at the quantitative genetics group, at the department of animal genetics and breeding (HGEN), Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science Center (VHC),

Senior environmental assessment specialists - lectures

Lectures by SLU´s senior environmental assessment specialists In the autumn of 2020, SLU´s vice-chancellor appointed our first senior environmental assessment specialists. On 11–12 May, they will

Debora Arlt

I am a population ecologist, I am interested in how the environment shapes individual variation in behaviour and demography and hence population dynamics. In my research I focus on habitat selection


One gram of soil can contain thousands of species of bacteria and a large variety of different types of fungi. Still, even if the diversity is so great and plays such an important role in the forest

Hedvig Nenzén

I am a landscape ecologist using models to further our understanding of ecosystem dynamics. I have worked on the causes change in European and Canadian forests, including climate change, insect

Sebastian Sundberg

sebastian.sundberg@slu.se I work as an environmental assessment specialist and senior advisor for vascular plants, also with a broad experience working with wetlands and their organisms. I compile

Roger Mugerwa Pettersson

Conservation Biologist working with ecological communities of forest invertebrates, mainly wood-living beetles in boreal forests. Researcher in the Restoration Ecology Group and teacher on the

Mari Jönsson

Mari's research focuses on patterns and processes for biodiversity, mainly in forest environments. The research deals with the impact of forestry on biodiversity and the importance of various

Tord Snäll

tord.snall@slu.se We have three main research interests. One core interest is to increase our understanding of, and ability to predict the distribution or dynamics of (meta)populations, species,