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- Kandidat-uppsats, SLU/Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management (from 130101)
Sammanfattning : “Change of knowledge in Swedish gardening handbooks from 1840 to 1950” is a bachelor thesis in Landscape architecture at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences at the location Alnarp. The intent of the thesis is to investigate the knowledge and competence development within gardening handbooks in Sweden during the period of 1840 to 1950. LÄS MER
2. Ecological and Edaphic Correlations of Soil Invertebrate Community Structure in Dry Upland Forests of Eastern AfricaKandidat-uppsats, Högskolan i Skövde/Institutionen för biovetenskap
Sammanfattning : Natural forests are characterised by great vegetation diversity and create habitats for a major part of Earth’s terrestrial organisms. Plantation forests, which are mainly composed of a few genera of fast-growing trees, constitute an increasing fraction of global forests, but they only partly compensate for loss of area, habitat and ecological functions in natural forests. LÄS MER
- Kandidat-uppsats, SLU/Department of Plant Biology (from 140101)
Sammanfattning : The use of so-called micro-plant propagation have become a well-adapted cultivation technique in Swedish forestry nurseries. Although this production method has many advantages, a commonly occurring problem is that the young plants, after trans- plantation in the nursery, have an underdeveloped root system when the shoot part have reached desired length. LÄS MER
- Kandidat-uppsats, Högskolan Kristianstad/Sektionen för lärande och miljö
Sammanfattning : To determine whether the spider communities in spruce Picea abies plantations in southern Sweden differ between trees of various ages, the spiders from minor, young and older trees has been collected during May and June 2016. The minor trees were 1.5–2.0 m, the young trees were 19–20 m and the older trees were over 22 m high. LÄS MER
5. Reforestation in the far north : comparing effects of the native tree species Betula pubescens and the non-native Pinus contorta in IcelandMaster-uppsats, SLU/Dept. of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies
Sammanfattning : The use of non-native tree species in forestry is both praised and questioned. Foresters have often promoted their use, mainly because of higher growth rates, resilience to pests and diseases and improved survival under harsh conditions. LÄS MER
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