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The Heureka system consists of a series of software used on different issues regarding forestry analysis, planning and ecosystem services. The software's can be applied on single stands as well as entire landscapes. The Heureka system is developed and administered by the research program Forest Sustainability Analysis at the Department for Forest Resource Management.

There are 17 pages tagged with Heureka:

Webbinarium: fjärranalys av mark(2)

Webinar: an introduction to remote soil sensing markmiljo-webb@slu.se Would you like to learn more about remote sensing of soils? This webinar will introduce you to the technologies and how they

Webbinarium: Fjärranalys och markburen fjärranalys av mark

Webinar: an introduction to proximal soil sensing markmiljo-webb@slu.se Would you like to learn more about proximal sensing of soil? This webinar will introduce you to this technology and how it

Mattias Lundblad

mattias.lundblad@slu.se Researcher, Senior environmental assessment specialist Assistant and deputy head of Department of Soil and environment My research is related to the estimation of carbon

Different opinions about how forest biodiversity is best preserved

Is it best to preserve biological diversity in large reserves or through consideration in the managed forest? A new study from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU, shows that

Combining local and scientific knowledge benefits forest management

How, why and for whom should forest be managed? PhD student Isabella Hallberg-Sramek identified these as key questions underlying forest conflicts and expectations on forests in Sweden. Together with

Flexible choices for sustainable forestry

Production forests constitute 53 percent of Sweden’s land area, and more than half of it is owned by private forest owners. Despite owners having different goals, most forests are managed in the same

Benjamin Forsmark

benjamin.forsmark@slu.se My research focuses on how forests respond to environmental changes and management decisions. For temperate and boreal forests, these responses depend heavily on the

Jonathan Stoltz

jonathan.stoltz@slu.se Researcher at the Department of People and Society. Teaches and researches on environmental psychology, with a focus on how landscape planning and design can support people's

Daniel Martey Junior Mensah

daniel.martey.junior.mensah@slu.se Doctoral student (Ph.D.) conducting research on participatory planning for sustainable forest management in a climate change. My doctoral project is divided into

Inka Bohlin

inka.bohlin@slu.se I am an associate professor (docent) in the Department of Forest Resource Management (SLU-Umeå). My research interest is combination of forest inventory, remote sensing and forest

Andis Zvirgzdins

andis.zvirgzdins@slu.se Since 2020, I am working as a PhD student in silviculture.  The focus of my PhD studies is on establishment and management of planted and genetically improved birch in Sweden

Maximilian Schulte

maximilian.schulte@slu.se My background lies in geography and bioeconomy from where I developed my strong interest in life cycle assessment and climate change mitigation of the forest sector.