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Time: Fri 2021-03-26 10.00 - 12.00 Location: Zoom Anmälan krävs/Registration needed Type of event: Events Communicating research beyond academia and to the wider society is indisputably a good thing. But why? How is this done? And by whom? How can you contribute, and how can you measure your communication of research articles and other outputs?
Time: Fri 2021-03-26 10.00 - 12.00 Location: Zoom Anmälan krävs/Registration needed Type of event: Events Communicating research beyond academia and to the wider society is indisputably a good thing. But why? How is this done? And by whom? How can you contribute, and how can you measure your communication of research articles and other outputs?
Time: Tue 2021-04-27 12.15 - 13.00 Location: Zoom - no registration required Type of event: Events
Time: Tue 2021-04-27 12.15 - 13.00 Location: Zoom - no registration required Type of event: Events
Small woodlands in farmland have more benefits for humans per area, compared to large forests according to a new study. The small woodlands, sometimes even smaller than a football field, can easily go unnoticed in agricultural landscapes. Yet, these small forest remnants can store more carbon in the topsoil layer, are more suitable for hunting activities and host fewer ticks than large forests.
An international team of researchers have published a study exploring the association between summer temperature and drought across Europe placing recent drought in the context of the past 12 centuries. The study reveals that, throughout history, northern Europe has tended to get wetter and southern Europe to get drier during warmer periods. They also observe that recent changes in drought patterns are not unprecedented as yet and emphasising that continuing to improve understanding of the relationship between summer heat and drought is critical to projecting flood and drought risks.
Time: Fri 2021-03-19 13.00 Location: Type of event: Public defences of doctoral theses A Team-Based Approach to Facilitate Learning
Time: Thu 2021-03-18 09.00 Location: zoom link for online defense webinar (English) Type of event: Public defences of doctoral theses
Time: Wed 2021-03-24 17.30 - 20.30 Location: Online/Registration required Type of event: Events The Climate Collage is a workshop that aims to raise awareness and understanding among people about climate change.
Time: Wed 2021-03-24 17.30 - 20.30 Location: Online/Registration required Type of event: Events The Climate Collage is a workshop that aims to raise awareness and understanding among people about climate change.

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