February 15-16, 2021, Örjan Östman together with the coordination team of SLU Water Forum organized a seminar where 13 leading scientists on water from different parts of SLU gave presentations about their research and the need for research in their respective subject area.
Check out some of the presentations, in pdf-format:
Hjalmar Laudon, Forest Ecology and Management, Collaborative water research in a forested boreal landscape: Examples for the Krycklan Catchment Study
Jennie Barron, Soil and Environment, Agricultural water management, a piece of the puzzle for sustainable production and healthy landscapes
Brendan Mckie, Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, What are woody riparian buffers good for?
Johan Lundqvist, Biomedical Sciences and Veterinary Public Health, Effect-based methods to evaluate the presence of toxic compounds in drinking water – our most important food item
Jennifer McConville, Energy and Technology, Resource recovery from sanitation systems – opportunities and challenges
Stefan Bertilsson, Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, Microbial processes and diversity in the aquatic landscape
Ishi Buffam, Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management, Putting the blue in urban blue-green infrastructure: How can urban waters and landscapes support ecosystem services?
Albin Gräns, Animal Environment and Health, Fish welfare in aquaculture: How remote monitoring can bring us closer to our farm animals
Anders Kiessling, Animal Nutrition and Management, Aquaculture, from reeds to fish, a future factor in water management?
Anna Gårdmark, Aquatic Resources, Speeding young & shrinking males: how global warming affects fish and aquatic food webs
Staffan Waldo, Economics, The human dimension of fisheries management