Jump to main content

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 140 pages tagged with Earth and environmental sciences:

Hjalmar Laudon

hjalmar.laudon@slu.se My research is primarily directed towards understanding how land-use and climate are influencing water quality from a landscape perspective. I am the scientific director for

Rajneesh Gautam

rajneesh.gautam@slu.se My research focuses on in-situ treatment of per-and polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) using air-bubbling/air-sparging. I am a postdoctoral researcher specializing in

Margaux Boeraeve

margaux.boeraeve@slu.se I am an ecologist studying fungal communities and how these are affected by their environment. I am especially interested in mycorrhizal fungi in a changing world. I am

Geovana Mercado

geovana.mercado@slu.se I am a Postdoctoral researcher analysing the different organizational structures through which government and citizens relate to nature. I am interested in organisational and

Javad Mottaghipisheh

javad.mottaghipisheh@slu.se My current research is focused on application of state-of-the-art mass spectrometry tools to investigate environmental organic micropollutants, in particular focusing on

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

Sabine Jordan

sabine.jordan@slu.se Physical Geographer and Agronomist, Postgraduate. Research Interests Consequences of peatland restoration for hydrochemistry, C, N and P balances, greenhouse gas emissions and

Knowledge unearthed: Variation in our forests controlled by moisture

The water guides the way for the forest's growth and its carbon sequestration potential. PhD-student Johannes Larson has mapped this in his dissertation using advanced soil moisture maps – and a

New research on the forests unknown nitrogen fixers

SLU research project gets funding to fill knowledge gap about one of the boreal forest's most crucial nutrients. Forests rely on nitrogen for growth. However, in the cold, boreal forests, the

SLU researcher's thesis receives Finnish-Swedish scholarship

Ostrobothnian SLU researcher Betty Ehnvall awarded 50,000 SEK for her thesis on mire development in the wake of glacial rebound along the Bothnian bay coastline. The scholarship is awarded by the

Mire-making recipes in the wake of post-glacial rebound Betty Ehnvall

In the right conditions, over millennia, northern wetlands have become one of nature's most important carbon-storing environments. But what's in this slow recipe for making mires? Using a combination

William Lidberg wins Västerbottens SKAPA-award 2023

Through the Geographic Intelligence tool, SLU researcher William Lidberg has been able to leverage decades of geodata and create a product with significant potential. This is the assertion of the