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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.


Det finns 258 sidor som är taggade med Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment:
Seminar Dr. Li Li

Seminar Dr. Li Li

Dr. Li Li “Biogeochemical Reactions in Natural Systems: rates, fluxes, and residence times” elin.widen@slu.se Seminar given by visiting Associate Professor Dr. Li Li from The Penn State University.

Seminar Dr. Li Li

Seminar Dr. Li Li

Dr. Li Li “Biogeochemical Reactions in Natural Systems: rates, fluxes, and residence times” elin.widen@slu.se Seminar given by visiting Associate Professor Dr. Li Li from The Penn State University.

New report shows major changes in arctic freshwater biodiversity due to climate change

In a new report from the Arctic Council’s working group Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, researchers from the eight Arctic countries show how Arctic biodiversity is affected by climate change

New report shows major changes in arctic freshwater biodiversity due to climate change

In a new report from the Arctic Council’s working group Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, researchers from the eight Arctic countries show how Arctic biodiversity is affected by climate change

First Chesapeake Bay Baltic Sea Symposium

First Chesapeake Bay Baltic Sea Symposium

1st Chesapeake Bay – Baltic Sea Symposium elin.widen@slu.se Reducing the risk for eutrophication: The effectiveness of agricultural mitigation measures on nutrient loads The Baltic Sea and

Blue targeting

Blue targeting

Lunch seminar: Blue targeting - how to reduce nutrient and mercury export from forestry to streams, lakes and the Baltic Sea simon.hallstan@slu.se Welcome to a lunch seminar on blue targeting with

Blue targeting

Blue targeting

Lunch seminar: Blue targeting - how to reduce nutrient and mercury export from forestry to streams, lakes and the Baltic Sea simon.hallstan@slu.se Welcome to a lunch seminar on blue targeting with

Filmed seminar about emissions of hazardous substances in cities within the Baltic Sea area

On March 13 the Baltic Sea Centre organized a breakfast seminar about emissions of hazardous substances in cities within the Baltic Sea area. One of the speakers was Martyn Futter from the Department

Royal scholarships for Aquatic Sciences and Assessment

Karin Eklöf and Foon Yin Lai have been awarded scholarships from the royal foundation “Stiftelsen Konung Carl XVI Gustafs 50-årsfond för vetenskap, teknik och miljö”. Foon Yin Lai is a postdoctoral

Filmed seminar about emissions of hazardous substances in cities within the Baltic Sea area

On March 13 the Baltic Sea Centre organized a breakfast seminar about emissions of hazardous substances in cities within the Baltic Sea area. One of the speakers was Martyn Futter from the Department

Royal scholarships for Aquatic Sciences and Assessment

Karin Eklöf and Foon Yin Lai have been awarded scholarships from the royal foundation “Stiftelsen Konung Carl XVI Gustafs 50-årsfond för vetenskap, teknik och miljö”. Foon Yin Lai is a postdoctoral

First Chesapeake Bay Baltic Sea Symposium

First Chesapeake Bay Baltic Sea Symposium

1st Chesapeake Bay – Baltic Sea Symposium elin.widen@slu.se Reducing the risk for eutrophication: The effectiveness of agricultural mitigation measures on nutrient loads The Baltic Sea and