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Photo competition: Nature images from field work

As a researcher, you have the opportunity to view nature and see the most spectacular wild life when investigating ecology, environment and plant science.

Benny Willman

Exchanging ideas for forest management under climate change

How can forest management and conservation adapt to climate changes? This was discussed by researchers from DEEP on a one-day-excursion together with members from the forest company Sveaskog.


100:th anniversary of The Swedish Linnaeus Society

The Swedish Linnaeus Society anniversary is celebrated with open access of articles, among these one DEEP publication. The publicaitons are available until the 15th July.

Biological Oceanography of the Baltic Sea

New book: "Biological Oceanography of the Baltic Sea"

Students and researchers can now get a comprehensive overview of the Baltic Sea ecosystem in a single book. – Together we have made a concerted effort to produce a book we wished existed when we were students ourselves, says Professor Pauline Snoeijs-Leijonmalm at the Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences (DEEP), editor-in-chief of the book.

coral reef

Coral reefs bleached to death

What happens if large areas of coral reefs disappear? Can viable coral reefs be transplanted? DEEP researchers Michael Tedengren and Christina Halling were invited to talk about this on the program “Klotet” (The Sphere), Radio Sweden.

Researchers at DEEP in Chernobyl

What’s going on in Chernobyl?!

Researchers at DEEP have been visiting the still radioactive area around Chernobyl. What is actually happening in this interesting area of pollution and wilderness?

Herbivorous fishes (Acanthuridae, Surgeonfish) swimming by a seagrass bed. Photo credit Angelica Chirico

Predatory fish and their importance

With this post we are starting a series of blog posts about the assistant professors (biträdande lektorer) at DEEP. First up is Johan Eklöf and his work on fish, food chains, and biodiversity in places such as East Africa and the Baltic Sea.

Lab work at DEEP

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