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Environmental monitoring and assessment

SLU has a unique role among Swedish universities through its commission to perform environmental monitoring and assessment. This is based on society's needs, as expressed in national environmental targets, international commitments and the overall objective of long-term sustainable development.

There are 125 pages tagged with Environmental monitoring and assessment:

Citizen Science

Are you interested in citizen science? Do you want to network with or learn from your colleagues? On this page you find information on current activities at SLU. Current activities Seminar October

Funding bodies

Here is where you find the funding for your project.

Datadriven Life Science - DDLS

DDLS is a research program funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and coordinated by the Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab) in collaboration with ten Swedish Universities and the

Environmental statistics - a Statistics@SLU seminar series

The centre of statistics invites you to a Zoom-send seminar series about statistics for environmental monitoring and assessment. The seminars are held Fridays, 13-14 unless indicated otherwise in the

Webinar series CitSci

Learn about your colleagues’ citizen science projects; take part in the seminars for SLU staff. The webinars are held during lunchtime, between 12 PM -1 PM, and you can find the connection links via

External funding - calls

Find out about funders and the types of external funding they offer, what services and tools are available to help you, and how to get the support you need. Menus above lead to information about

Video from the seminar; Statistical methods for evaluation of temporal trends in environmental data

This is a recording from the seminar presented by Claudia von Brömssen at the 27th of August. It is part of Environmental Statistics - a Statistics@SLU seminar series about statistics for

Horizon 2020

Horizon 2020 - EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) Horizon 2020 is the current European Union's program for research and innovation for the years 2014-2020 and has a budget

Titles and competence level EMA

SLU’s vice-chancellor has decided on specific titles and a defined competence level for staff working with environmental monitoring and assessment. The following titles have been created:

Researchers and authorities discussed new environmental monitoring methods at SLU

On November 7 a workshop was held, to identify species and species communities using molecular methods, at SLU for researchers and authorities. The goal was to learn from each other and start using


COST – a funding organisation for research and innovation networks COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is an EU-funded programme that supports the creation of research networks,