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Information for students and staff about the coronavirus

Information on the coronavirus in relation to Stockholm University's activities is updated continuously.

Stefano Manzoni

Stefano Manzoni receives ERC Consolidator Grant

The aim of the research is to answer the long-standing question: How are land use and climatic changes affecting soil fertility and the amount of carbon we can store in soil?

Collapsed peatland when permafrost thaws, Tavvavuoma in northern Sweden. Photo: Britta Sannel.

Peatland carbon stocks are more vulnerable than previously thought

Warming temperatures and human actions threaten to turn the world’s peatlands from carbon reservoirs to carbon sources.

SCEG – Student Council of Environmental and Geosciences

SCEG's tips n' tricks for distance learning

SCEG had a meeting where we discussed our different experiences with studying at home. We collected and wrote down some tips to share with you all. We hope they will be helpful!

3D-visualization showing the seafloor bathymetry of the previously uncharted Sherard Osborn Fjord.

Key Insights into Glacial Melting Processes

New bathymetric and oceanographic data collected by an international team of ocean scientists.