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Kvinnomaraton - Symposium for women in research

markmiljo-webb@slu.se Are you a female researcher interested in meeting other female researchers to network and discuss common interests? Welcome to The Society of Women Researchers annual event

utlysningen IDA3 tillfalle2_eng

The call from the Interdisciplinary Academy – Q&A session and match making futurefood@slu.se Welcome to a lunch webinar about the call for new applicants to the Interdisciplinary Academy (IDA) at

utlysningen IDA3 tillfalle1_eng

The call from the Interdisciplinary Academy – Q&A session and match making futurefood@slu.se Welcome to a lunch webinar about the call for new applicants to the Interdisciplinary Academy (IDA) at

Research day Nelson Mandela University

Nelson Mandela University (NMU) in South Africa, recently hosted a collaborative research day with the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), fostering fruitful interactions and laying

Kjell Danell

kjell.danell@slu.se Professor emeritus in Wildlife Ecology at the Faculty of Forest Sciences, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Umeå. Research discipline: Animal Ecology.

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.

Mapping forests with different levels of naturalness using machine learning and landscape data mining – Naturvärdeskarta Skog

Mapping forests with different levels of naturalness using machine learning and landscape data mining – Naturvärdeskarta Skog susanna.bergstrom@slu.se Together with the Swedish EPA we are inviting

Shorter snow periods pose a danger to animals in white winter coat

This winter we have a lot of snow in Sweden, but the number of days with snow has, on average, dramatically decreased over the past decades. In a new study, researchers at the Swedish University of

Lichens dependent on unique deadwood type at risk of extinction

Dead trees are known to be important for biodiversity, but for many species that depend on dead trees, not any dead tree will suffice. In a new study from the Swedish University of Agricultural

Let's talk science! Getting out of the trenches - A new understanding of the forest debate

annika.mossing@slu.se Let's talk science! is a seminar series initiated by the Faculty of forest sciences to invigorate the scientific conversation within SLU. All staff and students are welcome to

Translocation of dead trees – a new method to create important habitats in new places

Restoration of degraded habitats is often used as a way to compensate for the exploitation of areas of significant natural value. However, it takes a long time for nature to create many of the

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