Lycksele is the oldest permanent Sami settlement in Swedish Lappland. The first Swedish Sami school, Skytteanska skolan, was built here in 1634.
Lycksele was the first place in Swedish Lappland to be designated a city in 1946, hence its nickname "Lapp-Stockholm". Lycksele is, despite its small population, for historical reasons normally still referred to as a city. Statistics Sweden, however, only counts localities with more than 10,000 inhabitants as cities.
Is levoglucosan a suitable quantitative tracer for wood burning? Comparison with receptor modeling on trace elements in Lycksele, Sweden.(TECHNICAL PAPER)(Technical report)
Dec 01, 2006; ABSTRACT Particle emissions from residential wood combustion in small communities in Northern Sweden can sometimes increase the...
Aggregation of preferences in participatory forest planning with multiple criteria: an application to the urban forest in Lycksele, Sweden.(Report)
Oct 01, 2009; 1. Introduction Traditionally, the main focus of forest management planning has been the production of timber. However, today,...