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Climate research

Climatology or climate research is the study of climate, scientifically defined as weather conditions averaged over a period of time. This modern field of study is regarded as a branch of the atmospheric sciences and a subfield of physical geography, which is one of the Earth sciences.

There are 150 pages tagged with Climate research:


Ulf Skyllberg – Professor My current research is focused on improving our understanding of factors and processes in the control of mercury (Hg) transformations in soils and waters, such as the

Forest landscape biogeochemistry

Forest landscape biogeochemistry includes the hydrology and biogeochemistry of forests, wetlands and surface waters and the speciation, mobility and bioavailability of carbon, nutrients and metals.


The subject area silviculture covers research on short- and long-term effects of silvicultural systems, forest operations and strategies on set targets for forest management, with a focus on northern


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Tropical Research

Our silvicultural research in tropical areas spans a broad range of tropical ecosystems, from natural forests, and planted forests to agroforestry. Examples of research questions are: How can


Staff Ann Dolling Anders Malmer Björn Hånell Daniel Lussetti Elisabet Bohlin Erik Valinger Gert Nyberg Gustaf Egnell John D Marshall Lars Lundqvist Rosa Goodman Tomas Lundmark Tommy Mörling Ulrik

Research and Education

Research and Education Typical research and education activities concern both deeper biogeophysical process understanding, as well as the development of sustainable forest management. Our

Kinetics and thermodynamics

Kinetics of the chemical complexation of mercury to functional groups of natural organic matter – implications for Hg(II) reduction in soil and water PI: Ulf Skyllberg Co-PI: Yu Song, Tao Jiang (

Mercury biogeochemistry in forest-wetland-lake ecosystems

Our research focuses on improving the understanding of factors and processes in the control of mercury (Hg) transformations in soils and waters, such as the reduction and methylation of Hg(II) and


Publications from the Mercury Biogeochemistry group Publicationlist


The project aims to develop an integrated vision for transition governance that is more likely to be socially accepted and effective. In Sweden as well as globally, societal action to curb climate

Transformations and spreading from fibre banks

Formation of elemental mercury in contaminated pulp-and-fibre enriched estuarine sediments PI: Wei Zhu Co-PI: Ulf Skyllberg, Erik Björn (Umeå University) Funding: Swedish research council for the