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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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Chen Xing

chen.xing@slu.se I am postdoctoral researcher in Chemistry (Separation Chemistry, Materials, Processes). My research is focused on development of treatment train for removing organic polluants and

Översvämningar och torka i jordbruket – Effekter, utmaningar och åtgärder

Floodings and droughts in agriculture - effects, challenges and measures markmiljo-webb@slu.se On the occasion of World Soil Day, we invite those of you who work with agriculture and soil and water

Uppsala Health Summit 2023

This year's edition of the international event, Uppsala Health Summit, will adress issues concerning chemicals and environmental pollution. The meeting will focus on solutions that can prevent future

SLU Water Forum recognizes the World Food Day

On the World Food Day, we want to highlight drinking water and seafood. To meet the demand for healthy food, there is research at SLU that enhances our understanding of sustainable ways to produce

Elin Widén Nilsson

elin.widen@slu.se I'm an Environmental Assessment Specialist at the Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment. My main task is modelling of source apportionment of nitrogen and phosphorus.

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

Contaminants of emerging concern in Sweden’s three largest lakes in thesis

The development of chemical products contributes to human health and improves general living conditions. The use of these products, however, leads to a partial release into the environment. This

Ulrika Jansson Klintberg

ulrika.jansson.klintberg@slu.se As a communications officer at the Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, my main objective is to support popular science communication and tell the story

Lachlan Fetterplace

lachlan.fetterplace@slu.se Marine Ecologist PhD and Researcher: interested in a broad range of research areas including sustainable fishing, marine protected areas, electronic monitoring of


The increased presence of antimicrobial substances in water is a concern. The substances can be transformed over their life cycle through several different processes. SLU researchers have therefore

Lic Daniel Malnes

Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Swedish Freshwater Environments: Sources, Occurrence, and Impacts charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Daniel Malnes defends his Licentiat thesis "Contaminants of

Simon Belle

simon.belle@slu.se Researcher in Aquatic Paleoecology Learning from the past to better manage freshwater ecosystems. Climate change Eutrophication Acidification Liming PhD (2015) - Docent (2022)