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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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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

Royal grant for research into unknown environmental toxins in water

Alberto Celma Tirado has been awarded a scholarship from the King Carl XVI Gustaf Foundation's 50-year fund for science, technology and the environment. He receives the scholarship to develop new

Diss Carlotta Meriggi

Early detection and the importance of environmental drivers for the invasive cyanobacterium Raphidiopsis raciborskii Charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Carlotta Meriggi defends her thesis "Early detection

How to use agricultural support data from the Swedish Board of Agriculture

vattenmiljo-webb@slu.se Seminar about the block database of Swedish Board of Agriculture and other agricultural support data that can be used in research and environmental assessment. Farmers block

Solution-focused study

The part of the landscape that connects watercourses and surrounding land is highly interesting from several perspectives. Here there are strong interests that do not always manage to agree. Now

Webinar: environmental effects of open cage aquaculture

Webinar: Environmental effects of open cage aquaculture aquaculture@slu.se Welcome to a webinar on the environmental effects and future prospects of open cage aquaculture in northern Sweden! During

Maximilian Tyka

maximilian.tyka@slu.se I am a PhD student who will work within the project of on-farm biochar filters for the removal of organic micropollutants (OMPs) from reclaimed water for agricultural

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

A competence center for algal toxins and phytoplankton blooms

We can expect toxic algal blooms to become more common as the climate changes. A better understanding of which toxins algae produce and under what circumstances this happens will therefore become

Maria Kahlert

maria.kahlert@slu.se Research on Freshwater benthic algae: Biodiversity, regulation by environmental factors, algae as biomonitors in lakes and streams, harmonization of methods. Director of study:

UF seed funding - Urban Healthscapes

SLU Urban Futures' hub in Alnarp issues seed funding grants that support efforts to strengthen SLU’s interdisciplinary expertise on urban healthscapes. This call is open to all researchers at SLU,

Calculates the effect on biodiversity of dams and dam removal

Is it possible to put a number on and calculate the effect that dams and their removal have on biodiversity? Peter Carlson has thought about that question. Our nature is important. That it has