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SLU Centre for Pesticides in the Environment

There are 9 pages tagged with SLU Centrum för kemiska bekämpningsmedel i miljön (CKB):

Crop protection futures in agriculture-en

Crop protection futures in agriculture futurefood@slu.se Crop production is the vital basis for our food system, but the current set up is highly dependent on inputs of chemical pesticides and

Alina Koch

alina.koch@slu.se I am a researcher at the Centre for Pesticides in the Environment (CKB) at SLU. My work combines analytical chemistry and ecology to study effects of pesticides in aquatic and

SLU Water Forum celebrates the World Water Day

lisa.beste@slu.se "Accelerating change to solve the water and sanitation crisis" is the theme for the World Water Day 2023. SLU Water Forum takes the opportunity to shed light on the questions

Open Meeting FDC

Open meeting SLU Skogsskadecentrum katja.fedrowitz@slu.se Welcome to the Open Meeting of the SLU Forest Damage Centre on 19-20 January at the Aronsborg conference centre in Bålsta. The meeting is

Call to attend conferences in plant protection

The SLU Plant Protection Network is launching a special call for researchers at SLU for attending conferences relevant to their study subject or project work within the area of plant protection/plant

Bodil Lindström

Bodil.lindstrom@slu.se I am an environmental analysis specialist partly working as a project leader of the national environmental monitoring program of chemical pesticides, and partly responsible

Gustaf Boström

I work at the department of aquatic sciences and assessment and the centre for chemical pesticides (CKB) with interpretation of monitoring data for plant protection products.  I also work with the

Jenny Kreuger

Director of SLU Centre for Chemical Pesticides (50%)  https://www.slu.se/ckb Head of the Organic Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology Section, Dept. Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, SLU (50%)

Wiebke Dürig

The aim of my doctoral project is to detect and identify unknown emerging organic pollutants in time-series of archived biological samples. The project is focused on developing a strategy for