Our international team has more than 15 years of practical research experience from around the world. What unites us is our common belief in that water and biodiversity are at the heart of sustainable development, which is at the core of our various research projects.


Ongoing Projects

NEXOGENESIS: Facilitating the next generation of effective and intelligent water-related policies utilising artificial intelligence and reinforcement learning to assess the water-energy-food-ecosystem (WEFE) nexus
PONDERFUL: Pond Ecosystems for Resilient FUture Landscapes in a changing climate
North-South divide in science, policy and practice
Reducing uncertainties in hydrological climate change impact research 
WetKit Hydro-ES: Wetland Toolkit for Hydrological Ecosystem Services
Impacts of recent El-NiƱo Southern Oscillation (ENSO) on the Water-Food-Energy Nexus in South Asia
EviWet: Evidence-based Decision Support for Hydrological Ecosystem Services from Wetlands
Hydrological droughts in Sweden now and in the future: Hotspots of hazard, vulnerability, and risk
SEEC: Systematizing Ecological Knowledge to Optimize Ecological Compensation

Archived Projects

Sustainable Integrated Management FOR the NEXUS of water-land-food-energy-climate for a resource-efficient Europe
Hydrological Connectivity: Quantifying a key to surface water chemistry in future climates
Social dimension of recreational fisheries
Importance of biodiversity for sustainable development
Ecosystem Services in Practice: experiences of practical use of the concept of ecosystem services in planning and decision making in Sweden
NILS-ESS: National monitoring for assessing and valuing ecosystem services in Fennoscandian alpine and boreal landscapes
Linking social-economic factors with biodiversity of urban ponds in Stockholm
Landscape Controls on Hydrological Responses to Changing Climate Conditions
BESAFE – Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Arguments for our Future Environment
Incorporating social and cultural significance of large old trees in conservation policy
Effects of Climate Change on Riverine Inorganic Nitrogen Loading in Sweden
Hydrological Modeling for Climate Change Impact Assessment: Transferring Large-Scale Information from Global Climate Models to the Catchment Scale
Water quality modeling based on landscape-analysis: Importance of riparian hydrology