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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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Do you want to learn about model data for water quality?

Models are important tools for setting and evaluating environmental policy. During the course ”Models for Sustainable Water Management” you will learn about credible modelling approaches, the need

Simon Belle

Simon Belle

Researcher in Aquatic ecology and Paleolimnology My main research goal is to understand how aquatic insect species interact together and with their environments over space and time, to inform

Wiebke Dürig Diss

Wiebke Dürig Diss

Wide-scope screening for contaminants of emerging concern in archived biota: Method development, suspect prioritisation, and non-target screening in a novel identification tool

Sophia Renes Diss

Sophia Renes Diss

Shaped by the past: Resilience and ecological memory in microbial communities eva.andersson.bjorkman@slu Sophia Renes defends her thesis "Shaped by the past: Resilience and ecological memory in

Acidified or just acid?

The Nordic countries assess the acidification of lakes and watercourses very differently. Researchers of SLU have together with Norwegian and Finnish colleagues suggested a new harmonized assessment

Acidified or just acid?

The Nordic countries assess the acidification of lakes and watercourses very differently. Researchers of SLU have together with Norwegian and Finnish colleagues suggested a new harmonized assessment

Sophia Renes Diss

Sophia Renes Diss

Shaped by the past: Resilience and ecological memory in microbial communities eva.andersson.bjorkman@slu Sophia Renes defends her thesis "Shaped by the past: Resilience and ecological memory in

Wiebke Dürig Diss

Wiebke Dürig Diss

Wide-scope screening for contaminants of emerging concern in archived biota: Method development, suspect prioritisation, and non-target screening in a novel identification tool

Ammonium, NH4-N

Ammonium, NH4-N

Known issues in the databases Method comparison from the change to Gallery (report in Swedish) . Current method of measurement (discrete analysis, photometric) Valid since June 2014 Method: ISO 15923

Fluoride, Fl

Fluoride, Fl

Known issues in the databases Current methods of measurement Valid since January 2020 Method: SS-EN ISO 10304-1:2009 Instrument: Metrohm 930 Compact IC Flex with Sample changer 858 Professional

Dissolved oxygen, O2

Dissolved oxygen, O2

Measurements are made according to the Winkler method (reduction of O 2 by Mn(II) followed by iodometric quantification of oxidised Mn). The endpoint is determined potentiometrically. Known issues in

Sulphate, SO4-S

Sulphate, SO4-S

Method descriptions Ion chromatography The ions are separated with an anion change column. Thereafter the background is lowered with a suppressor and detection is made conductometric. Mackereth In

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