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Department of Aquatic Resources

The research of the Department of Aquatic Resources focuses on fish and shellfish in the seas, lakes and rivers. We monitor the aquatic environment, developing the methods and know-how for sustainable use of aquatic resources.

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Miljö-DNA kan användas för att räkna gäddorna i sjön

Researchers can now measure how much fish there is below the surface using only a water sample. In a study recently published in the journal Environmental DNA, Erik Karlsson and colleagues measured

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

Soapbox Science Uppsala 2022

anna.lundmark@slu.se Soapbox Science aims to bring cutting edge science to the public, in an accessible, fun and unintimidating way, and to promote women scientist and the research they do. Topics

Philip Jacobson

philip.jacobson@slu.se My research focus on the importance of predator-prey interactions for individual performance and population dynamics of predatory fish and their ecological function in aquatic

Öppet fartyg

In the presence of H.R.H. Crown Princess Victoria, the Swedish research vessels R/V Svea, R/V Skagerak and S/V Ocean Surveyor will host an open day in Stockholm. All three vessels will anchor up

Seminar: Future water research at SLU – a seminar on perspectives from younger scholars

Seminar: Future water research at SLU – a seminar on perspectives from younger scholars lisa.beste@slu.se Are you interested in knowing more about the exciting water research going on at SLU and

de mörka sjöarnas klimathjälte

Life from microbes to vertebrates has evolved countless solutions to colonize practically every imaginable part of Earth. Among the less familiar evolutionary innovators is a sturdy fish, Eurasian

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

Kraftig nedgång i rapporterade skadliga effekter av havsförsurning

As humans fill the atmosphere with excess carbon dioxide, much of it gets absorbed by the oceans, acidifying them—a potential concern for marine life. According to a new study publishing February 3rd

Caroline Ek

caroline.ek@slu.se I have a broad interest in research questions related to environmental contaminants and overall health status in fish and other aquatic organisms. I started as a researcher at the

Nätverk av skyddade områden behövs för att bevara havets biologiska mångfald

Marine protected areas (MPAs) contribute to the persistence and recovery of viable populations. Ecological connectivity, i.e. dispersal and movement of organisms and material across ecosystems, needs

Christopher Griffiths

christopher.griffiths@slu.se My work explores the structure, function and composition of food webs. I'm particularly interested in the scaling of ecology and how we can use information gained at the