Forests of Sweden
Sweden is covered by 53.1% forest.
Forests of Sweden - Wikipedia
Holmen (company)
Holmen is a Swedish company which bases its business in the pulp and paper industry. Holmen's main products are newsprint (both white and colored) and magazine paper for newspapers, magazines, directo...
Holmen (company) - Wikipedia
Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry
The Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry (in Swedish Kungl. Skogs- och Lantbruksakademien), formerly the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture (Kungl. Lantbruksakademien), founded in 1813 ...
Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications (Sweden)
The Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation (Swedish: Näringsdepartementet), often shortened to Ministry of Enterprise, is a ministry within the government of Sweden. Its areas of responsibility inc...
Tiveden
Tiveden is a Swedish forest, throughout history notorious for its wilderness and dangers; historically a hiding place for outlaws.Within it, the Tiveden National Park has a designated area of 13.5...
Tiveden - Wikipedia
Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget
Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget (SCA, English: Swedish Cellulose Company) is a Swedish consumer goods company and pulp and paper manufacturer with headquarters in Stockholm. It has approximately 36,000...
Scandinavian Montane Birch forest and grasslands
The Scandinavian Montane Birch forests and grasslands ecoregion, a Palearctic ecoregion of the Alpine tundra and Boreal forest Biomes, located in Norway, Sweden, and Finland. It is one of the terrest...
Scandinavian Montane Birch forest and grasslands - Wikipedia
Scandinavian and Russian taiga
The Scandinavian and Russian taiga is an ecoregion within the Taiga and Boreal forests Biome as defined by the WWF classification (ecoregion PA0608). It is situated in Northern Europe between tundra i...
Scandinavian and Russian taiga - Wikipedia
Kolmården
Kolmården is a large forest that separates the Swedish provinces of Södermanland and Östergötland, two of the country's main agricultural areas, from each other.
In early medieval times it was see...
Kolmården - Wikipedia
Ed Forest
The Ed Forest is a forest separating the Norwegian county of Hedmark from the Swedish province of Värmland. Today, this area exists as two communes: the Norwegian Eidskog and the Swedish Eda. Snorre S...
Tylöskog
Tylöskog is a deep and extensive forest between the agricultural plains of the counties of Närke and Östergötland in southeast Sweden. Together with Tiveden to its west and Kolmården to its east, it f...
Tylöskog - Wikipedia
Sarmatic mixed forests
The Sarmatic mixed forests constitute an ecoregion within the Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests Biome, according to the World Wide Fund for Nature classification (ecoregion PA0436).
This ecore...
Sarmatic mixed forests - Wikipedia
Iggesund Paperboard
Iggesund Paperboard is a commission company of the Holmen Group and Europe's third largest manufacturer of high quality virgin fibre paperboard. Iggesund has a market share of about 20% in this sector...
Iggesund Paperboard - Wikipedia
Henrik Hesselman
Henrik Hesselman (28 January 1874 – 11 July 1943) was a Swedish botanist. He was the brother of Jonas and Bengt Ivar Hesselman. From 1912 on he was a professor for forest biology at the Swedish ...
Kilsbergen
Kilsbergen is a low mountainous ridge that separates Närke from Värmland. It is the southernmost extension of the taiga in Scandinavia and shows a flora and fauna that are unusual for the latitude. Th...
John Bernhard Leiberg
John Bernhard Leiberg (1853–1913) was a Swedish botanical explorer, forester, and bryologist in the northwestern United States. Leiberg came to America in 1868 and settled near Lake Coeur d'Alene, Ida...
John Bernhard Leiberg - Wikipedia