City: PO Bäckströms sal (Um) med uppkoppling till Tamm-salen (Ul) och Silvicum (Al)
PO Bäckströms sal (Um) med uppkoppling till Tamm-salen (Ul) och Silvicum (Al)
SEMINAR IN ENGLISH The habitat of many forest species has deteriorated or has been drastically reduced. Society's goal is to preserve or even increase forest biodiversity, but what do we actually use to measure biodiversity? Can biodiversity be measured?
Forestry in Sweden has fundamentally changed the forest landscape. This has caused the habitat for many forest-dwelling species to deteriorate or decrease drastically. In order to create better conditions for forest species and at the same time conduct forestry, knowledge is needed about the condition of the species, the types of habitats they need and the extent to which such habitats exist.
The goal is to maintain or even increase forest biodiversity, but what do we actually use to measure biodiversity?
Let's talk science! is a seminar series initiated by the Faculty of Forests sciences to encourage scientific dialogue at SLU. Jörgen Sjögren, Eva Lindberg and Anne-Maarit Hekkala are planning the seminar on 18 October.
The seminar takes place in PO Bäckströms sal (Umeå) with connection to Tamm-salen (Ultuna) and Silvicum (Alnarp).
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