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SLU Centre for Pesticides in the Environment


Det finns 35 sidor som är taggade med SLU Centrum för kemiska bekämpningsmedel i miljön (CKB):

The properties of the soil determine the risk of run-off of pesticides

Pesticide run-off from agricultural land may affect aquatic organisms negatively. In a new doctoral thesis, Maria Sandin has investigated which soil properties that determines how large the pesticide

Organic environmental chemistry (OMK) laboratory

Organic environmental chemistry (OMK) laboratory develops methods and performs analyses of mainly pesticides (plant protection products, both currently used and banned) in different matrices such as

Chloride, Cl

Chloride, Cl

Known issues in the databases Current methods of measurement Valid since January 2020 Method: SS-EN ISO 10304-1 1st ed. (modified). Instrument: Metrohm 930 Compact IC Flex with Sample changer 858

New report about biological monitoring of agricultural streams

I en ny rapport från SLU Centrum för kemiska bekämpningsmedel i miljön utvärderas data från den biologiska övervakning som utförs i fyra vattendrag i södra Sverige. I rapporten diskuteras också

New report about biological monitoring of agricultural streams

I en ny rapport från SLU Centrum för kemiska bekämpningsmedel i miljön utvärderas data från den biologiska övervakning som utförs i fyra vattendrag i södra Sverige. I rapporten diskuteras också

Suspended matter, SPM

Suspended matter, SPM

Closely related analytical methods that also estimate the amount of particles in the water are turbidity and the difference between absorbance on unfiltered and filtered water. Known issues in the

Buffering capacity - Alkalinity

Buffering capacity - Alkalinity

Alkalinity is measured by titration to pH 5.6, pH 5.4 or 4.5 with HCl. The CO 2 formed is continously removed by nitrogen gas flow-through. The endpoint is indicated with a pH electrode. Known issues

Buffering capacity - Acidity

Buffering capacity - Acidity

Known issues in the databases Presently, the acidity of the water is given as negative alkalinity in our databases. Current method of measurement Acidity is measured by titration to pH 5.6 with NaOH

Phosphate phosphorus, PO4-P

Phosphate phosphorus, PO4-P

Report (in Swedish) about method comparison while changing to the Gallery instrument (Metodjämförelse vid byte till Gallery) . Samples with a concentration below the reporting limit of the Gallery

Absorbance, ABS420/5

Absorbance, ABS420/5

Absorbance in water The light permeability of water depends on the presence of suspended particles and dissolved substances in the water. In a filtered water sample, it is chiefly the light

Gustaf Boström

Gustaf Boström

I work at the department of aquatic sciences and assessment and the centre for chemical pesticides (CKB) with interpretation of monitoring data for plant protection products.  I also work with the

Jenny Kreuger

Jenny Kreuger

Director of SLU Centre for Chemical Pesticides (50%)  https://www.slu.se/ckb Head of the Organic Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology Section, Dept. Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, SLU (50%)

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