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Department of Aquatic Siences and Assessment

The Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment is a research center for applied environmental research with national responsibility for monitoring the environmental status of lakes and watercourses. Research is mainly focused on aquatic ecology and biodiversity, geochemistry and hydrology and aquatic ecotoxicology and environmental chemistry.


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Diss Jasmina Sargac

Forested buffers in agricultural landscapes : mitigation effects on stream–riparian meta-ecosystems charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Jasmina Sargac defends her thesis "Forested buffers in agricultural

Javier Edo Varg

javier.vargas@slu.se Hello! I am Javier Edo Varg but you can call me Javi or Edo or Varg, and I love microbes! @.@ If you want to know more about me and my research, you can follow me on Instagram!

Worrying discovery of nanoplastics in remote forest waters

Nanoplastics – tiny, invisible plastic particles that could hardly be measured previously – have now been detected in high concentrations in lakes, streams and ponds in Sweden, and also in

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

Seminar: Future water research at SLU – a seminar on perspectives from younger scholars

Seminar: Future water research at SLU – a seminar on perspectives from younger scholars lisa.beste@slu.se Are you interested in knowing more about the exciting water research going on at SLU and

Fler vattenverk ska kunna använda optiska sensorer

Optical sensors are very valuable tools for process optimization or detecting deviations in the process. Site-specific calibration in combination with semi-automatic signal processing aids process

SLU highlight knowledge on groundwater during the World Water Day

Today is March 22 and the World Water Day, this year with a focus on groundwater: "make the invisible visible". At SLU, we pay a little extra attention to water issues and their role in the global

Docent Lecture Karin Eklöf

Docent Lecture by Karin Eklöf vattenmiljo-webb@slu.se Karin Eklöf will talk about mercury in water and soils (in Swedish) Karin Eklöf will give her docent lecture in the subject Environmental

Oscar Skirfors

oscar.skirfors@slu.se PhD student at the department of aquatic sciences and assessment, working with sustainable on-site remediation technologies for PFAS-contaminated groundwater. Mainly focusing

Diss Malin Ullberg

Exploring the role of granular activated carbon in drinking water production charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Malin Ullberg defends her thesis "Exploring the role of granular activated carbon in drinking

How is phosphorus transported and stored in the landscape?

Phosphorus transport in the landscape is described in a new thesis from the Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment. Legacy phosphorus in the streambed sediment, as well as short time

New knowledge about climate change in the Arctic

Climate change has a much greater impact on the Arctic than in many other areas of the world says Willem Goedkoop, researcher at the Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, SLU. Together with

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