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Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences (NJ)

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Diss Juliana Dániel Ferreira

Linear infrastructure habitats for the conservation of plants and pollinators - The value of road verges and power-line corridors for landscape-scale diversity and connectivity charlotta.eriksson@

Diss lneta Kacergyte

Wetland creation and restoration for biodiversity : outcomes of conservation initiatives to benefit birds, amphibians and occasionally fish charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Ineta Kačergytė defends her

Climate Conversation series

Climate Conversations - internal dialogue futureonehealth@slu.se Welcome to the 2nd internal dialogue meeting in the Climate Conversation series arranged by SLU Global and the four SLU Future

New investment in research schools

At SLU, there are a number of graduate schools run by each faculty. At the NJ faculty, there are currently seven graduate schools. SLU's board will, according to information, decide on investing in

Birhanu A. Adamie

Birhanu Adamie is a researcher at the Department of Economics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Applied Econometrics, Development Economics, Agricultural Economics Adamie,

Climate Change Challenges

Climate Change Challenges and Ways Forward for Land Use futurefood@slu.se Welcome to a scientific dialogue on climate change. In 2021 and 2022, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

Wort knowing Ultuna

Worth knowing: the dog, man's best friend marten.granert@slu.se On October 21, the lecture series Worth Knowing kicks off with live lectures from SLU Uppsala. The serie consists of 3 occasions.

Hur ska vi förstå arbetsplatskonflikter?

How can we understand workplace conflicts? internkommunikation@slu.se The equal opportunities committee at the NJ Faculty arranges a lecture with Urban Sandén from the Leadership Development Unit (

Louis Mielke

As an ecologist and conservation biologist, I am interested in the coevality of carbon sequestration and biodiversity. My focus is on fungi because they are elusive yet ubiquitous and are have

diss Eirini-Lamprini Daouti

Weed seed predation : a promising ecosystem service in agriculture charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Eirini-Lamprini Daouti defends her thesis "Weed seed predation : a promising ecosystem service in

Fria nomineringar

Since the respective faculty's nomination committee has presented its proposal to the faculty board, it is now open for the free nominations. This means that those who are entitled to vote and who