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Less fish when waters become warmer and browner

Many aquatic ecosystems in Northern Europe are getting both warmer and browner due to climate change, which affects the organisms living in lakes and coastal areas. A new doctoral dissertation from

Less fish when waters become warmer and browner

Many aquatic ecosystems in Northern Europe are getting both warmer and browner due to climate change, which affects the organisms living in lakes and coastal areas. A new doctoral dissertation from

Heated rival­ries for pol­lin­at­ors among arc­tic plants

Insect pollination is as important to Arctic plants as it is to plants further south. When flowers abound, the plants have to compete for pollinators. Researchers at the University of Helsinki and

Heated rival­ries for pol­lin­at­ors among arc­tic plants

Insect pollination is as important to Arctic plants as it is to plants further south. When flowers abound, the plants have to compete for pollinators. Researchers at the University of Helsinki and

Cli­mate change re­casts the in­sect communities of the Arc­tic

Through a unique research collaboration, researchers at the University of Helsinki and SLU have exposed major changes taking place in the insect communities of the Arctic. Their study reveals how

Cli­mate change re­casts the in­sect communities of the Arc­tic

Through a unique research collaboration, researchers at the University of Helsinki and SLU have exposed major changes taking place in the insect communities of the Arctic. Their study reveals how

ERC starting grants to SLU research on biogas production and on Varroa mite resistance in bees

This year, two SLU researchers are awarded one of the most prestigious research grants in Europe, a starting grant from the European Research Council (ERC). Barbara Locke Grandér will explore

ERC starting grants to SLU research on biogas production and on Varroa mite resistance in bees

This year, two SLU researchers are awarded one of the most prestigious research grants in Europe, a starting grant from the European Research Council (ERC). Barbara Locke Grandér will explore

The award SLU Alumnus of the year 2019 is awarded to Svante Axelsson for his efforts to make Sweden fossil-free

SLU presents this award annually to a former student who has contributed to creating conditions for a sustainable, thriving and better world. This year, the award recipient is Svante Axelsson,

Size of grazing animals affects nutrient ratios available to plants

The average body size of grazing animals in a landscape affects the balance of nutrients that are available to plants, researchers including Dr Joris Cromsigt from SLU find. This nutrient balance,

Size of grazing animals affects nutrient ratios available to plants

The average body size of grazing animals in a landscape affects the balance of nutrients that are available to plants, researchers including Dr Joris Cromsigt from SLU find. This nutrient balance,

Unique study: Moose adapt their calving to the climate

When moose give birth to their calves in spring, they have a great energy demand, so it is no accident that calving coincides with a lush landscape. In a world-unique study, researchers from the

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