With implications for both mitigating climate change and improving soil health for agriculture and food production.
Microbes key to sequestering carbon in soil
The effect of drought on the production of nectar
Are droughts decreasing the amount of nectar available for pollinators – and if so, can we compensate for it by applying compost?
The majority of reindeer grazing land is under cumulative pressures
- What is new is the fact that we finally managed to get an overview of these pressures over the whole area, says Marianne Stoessel.
Kebnekaise’s southern peak once again lower than the northern peak
In contrast to reports on extreme glacier mass loss in the Alps, glacier mass loss in Sweden was moderate during the summer of 2022.
Temperature controls the speed of life
- We worked with a common butterfly species for which we know exactly how fast eggs, larvae and pupae develop at a certain temperature, says Caroline Greiser