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Swedish National Forest Inventory

There are 10 pages tagged with Swedish National Forest Inventory:

Kelley R. Bassett

kelley.gundale@slu.se Doctoral Student, Utilizing the Swedish National Forest Inventory tree core archive as a tool to assess environmental change Assistant Head of Department, Equal Opportunities

TaxWebb modified

TaxWebb is the popular interactive analysis tool from the Swedish NFI that enables customized statistics for any user. Until now, TaxWebb has enabled estimates for productive forest land outside

New maps enable tracking of carbon stocks

Data and maps on carbon stocks are hard to come by and typically require processing by expert researchers. Thanks to a joint project between SLU and National forest data lab, these are now available

Conclusions from forest monitoring workshop

Final summary and conclusions from February’s workshop on forest monitoring have now been published. Impressions were generally positive. SLU organized a workshop at campus Ultuna in February, titled

Let´s talk science! Is the growth of Swedish forests increasing or decreasing?

Let´s talk science! Is the growth of Swedish forests increasing or decreasing? annika.mossing@slu.se Let's talk science! is a seminar series inititated by the Faculty of forest sciences to

Is the growth of our forests getting worse?

What is the growth status of Swedish forests? Can Sweden live up to its climate pledges? We spoke to SLU experts on forest growth to find out what is happening – and what we might expect. SLU

Contrary to claims in Nature, harvested area did not increase abruptly

In July 2020 Nature published some surprising results showing an abrupt increase in harvested forest area in Europe, especially in the Nordic countries. A new study provides empirical insights into

Alex Appiah Mensah

alex.appiah.mensah@slu.se I am a researcher in forest biometrics (empirical forest modelling) at the Department of Forest Resource Management, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU -

Henrik Persson

Henrik is a remote sensing researcher with his main focus on syntethic aperture radar (SAR). This includes for example, interferometry, radargrammetry and polarimetry. Henrik is also performing

Göran Ericsson

Department Chair and Chaired Professor in Wildlife Ecology My tenured professorship focuses on three main topics; plant-animal interactions and animal ecology the use of the biological resource