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Department of Ecology


Det finns 490 sidor som är taggade med Department of Ecology:

Molekylära metoder visade att en japansk fladdermus hade ätit en fågel

The vast majority of the bats are insectivorous, but many bats are known to occasionally forage on other, rarer prey, including fish or birds. One example is the Asian species birdlike noctule (

Molekylära metoder visade att en japansk fladdermus hade ätit en fågel

The vast majority of the bats are insectivorous, but many bats are known to occasionally forage on other, rarer prey, including fish or birds. One example is the Asian species birdlike noctule (

Agricultural entomology

Agricultural entomology is a multidisciplinary area of research with collaborationwith other units both within and outside of the department. Simply described agricultural entomology is applied

Forest Entomology

Forest entomology is applied ecology with its scientific roots in silviculture and population ecology of insects. The main focus in forest entomology is on the insect pests of the forests and how

Research

Researchers at the Department of Ecology drill deep down into ecological issues without losing contact with major social questions. We study species – both those that are threatened and those that

SLU Water Forum

SLU Water Forum

SLU works with water for life - and life in water. More than 400 researchers and other staff members contribute to the global field of knowledge about sustainable management of water resources and

Bommarco lab

Bommarco lab

We perform research on insect and plant ecology in agricultural landscapes. We explore how farming practices, land use and climate affect biodiversity and ecosystem services such as crop yield,

Weathering: the ultimate biogeochemical process

Weathering: the ultimate biogeochemical process

Weathering: the ultimate biogeochemical process anna.lundmark@slu.se Seminar by Mike Starr from Helsinki University, Department of Forest Sciences. Read more about Mike Starr Tammsalen Uppsala

Weathering: the ultimate biogeochemical process

Weathering: the ultimate biogeochemical process

Weathering: the ultimate biogeochemical process anna.lundmark@slu.se Seminar by Mike Starr from Helsinki University, Department of Forest Sciences. Read more about Mike Starr Tammsalen Uppsala

Nadia Maaroufi

Nadia Maaroufi

I am a soil ecologist and my research is focused on understanding how global change drivers impact ecosystem functioning. I am particularly interested in the interactions between above- and

Protected Areas Are Too Small for Snow Leopards

A new scientific report has confirmed that nearly 40% of all protected areas across the snow leopard’s range are too small to support even one breeding pair of these endangered cats. Published by

The Oak: hidden connections in a changing world

An oak is a living thing. But look closely, and you’ll see that it is also home to a whole community of smaller living things. Researchers from SLU and Stockholms University have worked together with

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