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Department of Forest Ecology and Management


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How do forestry activities affect the greenhouse gas emissions from drained peat soils?

How do forestry activities affect the greenhouse gas emissions from drained peat soils? klas.pernebratt@slu.se Welcome to this seminar at Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre. This event is

Site selection DT

Transformation towards the sustainable development goals in dry rangelands requires strong engagement with local stakeholders in transdisciplinary research. Here you can follow the team from one

Large losses of carbon dioxide from mires during the autumn

A new study shows that the storage of carbon dioxide in waterlogged peat of northern mires is not stable. Rapid transport of carbon dioxide to the surface occurs every autumn. This has been found by

Regina Gratz

My research focusses on how organic nitrogen such as amino acids influence plant development, symbiotic interactions with microbes as well as susceptibility to plant pathogens. I use the well-studied

Worth Knowing Laudon

On October 27, Hjalmar Laudon will give a lecture on Forest waters and global impact. The lectures are live streamed and last around 30 minutes. The programme is available further down on this page.

What are urban forests?

What are urban forests? hanna.weiber.post@slu.se Welcome to a webinar hosted by SLU Urban Futures and Future Forests. This is the first of three events in a webinar series on Urban Forests that

Webinar: Urban forests 2

Urban forestry from a planning perspective Urban forestry is a new and still-developing research field. In this webinar series, arranged by SLU Urban Futures and Future Forests, we delve into urban

Urban forests as a community science platform

Urban forests as a community science platform hanna.weiber.post@slu.se Urban forestry is a new and still-developing research field. In this webinar series, arranged by SLU Urban Futures and Future

Per Knutsson seminar

Per Knutsson, one of the Dryland Transform researchers will on the 6th of October have a webinar on the topic "Commoning or Commodification? Pastoralist Land Rights in the Face of Political, Economic

Livestock café establishment

The concept of a livestock café is an excellent and novel way of engaging with farmers and local communities through a participatory approach of having field experiments. Livestock cafés as locally

LDSF start up

Healthy, functioning ecosystems are a prerequisite for human health and well-being. In the drylands of East Africa, pastoralist and agro-pastoralist communities are highly reliant on ecosystem

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