2 Nov 2022
INES staff featured in the media
Lina Eklundh, Tomas Pugh, Anders Ahlström and Markku Rummukainen have been interviewed in different media outlets as experts in their corresponding fields.
20 Oct 2022
Mapping lacustrine algal blooms globally
In May and June 2020, more that 300 dead elephants were found in Botswana´s Okavango Delta. Initially it was suspected that poaching was the reason, but it was later shown that the...
26 Sep 2022
Studying old forests and carbon uptake
Looking at old forests, in the small areas of forest lands where they are left untouched, and looking among other things at carbon dynamics. For the team this was a unique experien...
6 Sep 2022
FLUXES - the European Greenhouse Gas Bulletin now released by ICOS
A brand new publication on climate issues is released by ICOS. The leaflet FLUXES - the European Greenhouse Gas Bulletin, aims at highlighting climate issues to an audience of poli...
30 Aug 2022
Killer heat may make the Middle East uninhabitable within a century
The summer 2022 brought extreme heatwaves in many places globally, and the debate has a included the term "killer heat". In moist areas the high temperatures will be even harder to...
6 Jul 2022
Thomas Holst awarded LUNA´s pedagogical prize
Thimas Holst, researcher and teacher at out department, have been awarded the pedagogical prize 2022 by the science student union LUNA.
9 May 2022
Arctic temperature analysis over a thousand years
A research team has created a picture of historical temperatures in the Arctic, spanning over a thousand years. A new technique and a recently published database of proxy data have...
29 Apr 2022
Investigating drought and other mechanisms behind migration and conflict in Syria
Are weather events such as drought and agricultural productions shocks the main reason for violent conflicts, or are there other mechanisms that should be more considered? A recent...
12 Apr 2022
Increased carbon dioxide release from ecosystems despite of negative temperature trends
Despite cooling, net autumn release of carbon dioxide from ecosystems have increased, according to research from an international research group. The results come from a large stud...
11 Apr 2022
The war has put a stop to climate projects in the Arctic
Margareta Johansson, was interviewed about climate projects that have been put on hold because of the war in Ukraine.
4 Apr 2022
Digital maps of tomorrow improve how we find our way
Many of us have digital maps at our fingertips in our smartphones, but these maps are not adapted to guide us when walking or finding our way in new environments, for example, as t...
23 Feb 2022
Agricultural hotspots may move in a future climate
High-yield food production is concentrated today in certain geographical areas, so-called "breadbaskets". But what will happen to these areas in a warmer climate? To secure food pr...
11 Feb 2022
Congratulations Margareta Johansson...
...who has been nominated by the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) to be the Swedish representative in the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) Cryosphere working...
17 Dec 2021
Awarded for popular science article
Associate Professor Frans-Jan Parmentier has been awarded in Norway for his article about climate and permafrost.
9 Dec 2021
Award-winning thesis combines remote sensing and botany
Dr. Oskar Löfgren, who works interdisciplinary between remote sensing and botany to understand plant communities and their ecology, has been awarded for his thesis. "Plants can pro...
6 Dec 2021
Improved model for monitoring CO2 emissions
Researchers have investigated the possibilities of independent, global monitoring of fossil fuel carbon dioxide emissions globally based on satellite observations. This would impro...
16 Nov 2021
ICOS supports science and policy making – first comprehensive article describing ICOS published
26 Oct 2021
Dr. Weiming Huang awarded best PhD thesis
Weiming Huang is awarded in EuroSDR Award winner 2021 for the best PhD thesis related to geoinformation science for his thesis about knowledge-based geospatial data integration and...
4 Oct 2021
Our researchers in “The battle of the forest”
Forest management in the climate debate is splitting the forest community of researchers, forest owners, organisations and companies. Which way is the right way to go to make fores...
13 Sep 2021
Copernicus publishes dataset - researchers from our department contribute
Copernicus has published a dataset that shows growing seasons and vegetation productivity in great detail. Researchers from the department - Lars Eklundh, Zhanzhang Cai and Hongxia...