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Earth and environmental sciences

Earth sciences include geochemistry, oceanography, hydrology and water resources etc. Environmental science is an interdisciplinary academic field that integrates physical, biological, social and information sciences to the study of the environment, and the solution of environmental problems, such as climate research.

There are 134 pages tagged with Earth and environmental sciences:

Magdalena Bieroza

magdalena.bieroza@slu.se I am a catchment hydrologist, biogeochemist and computer scientist by profession. I am interested in nutrient, sediment and organic matter dynamics in agricultural

Ulf Skyllberg

ulf.skyllberg@slu.se I teach and conduct research in environmental geochemistry and soil biogeochemistry. A red thread in my research is the role played by natural organic matter, in acid-base

Lars Sonesten

lars.sonesten@slu.se I am a limnologist and ecotoxicologist working mainly with water chemistry and biology in inland waters. I am also working with the inputs of nutrients and hazardous substances

Karolina Jörgensen

karolina.jorgensen@slu.se I am a soil ecologist interested in how soil organisms, mainly fungi, interact with their environment and influence soil processes such as nutrient cycling. During my PhD

Martyn Futter

martyn.futter@slu.se I am an aquatic landscape ecologist. As an aquatic scientist, my primary focus is on freshwater lakes, rivers, streams and ponds, with occasional forays to the marine

Lara Zacari Fanali

lara.zacari.fanali@slu.se Postdoctoral researcher working with zebrafish embryo acute toxicity test (ZFET). I have a bachelor degree in Biological Sciences, a Master and Ph.D. degrees in Animal

Shirin Karimi

shirin.karimi@slu.se I am a researcher studying the hydrological functioning of catchments within a boreal ecosystem. My Ph.D. research focuses on exploring the potential of wetland restoration in

Alexander Pinkwart

alexander.pinkwart@slu.se I am interested in the effects of management on the carbon and greenhouse gas exchange of forest and peatland ecosystems. I investigate how restoration affects the

Marta Szubska

marta.szubska@slu.se Postdoctor at the Department of Forest Ecology and Management, SLU, Umeå. Currently working on dark abiotic mercury reduction in anaerobic conditions in a model system.

Shokoufeh Salimi

shokoufeh.salimi@slu.se My research focus is on wetland ecosystems and their function alternation under climate change and different land uses. Moreover, I am interested in finding sustainable

Marcus Klaus

marcus.klaus@slu.se I am interested in the carbon and greenhouse gas cycling in the boreal landscape. I have worked a lot with lakes and streams, but have recently shifted my focus towards

Grace Pold

grace.pold@slu.se I am currently studying the ecology of denitrifiers using a combination of phylogenetics and metagenomic meta-analyses. This work is relevant for disentangling how nitrogen is