Article features paper by Anna Sobek, Christina Rudén, Sofia Bejgharn and Magnus Breitholtz about scientists engaged in environmental monitoring that tend to look for legacy pollutants such as dioxins and PCBs, and have left 98% of REACH-registered chemicals uninvestigated.
A news features based on a published study by Anna Sobek, Sofia Bejgarn, Magnus Breitholtz and Christina Ruden in Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts.
The study by Örjan Gustafsson, Lisa Bröder and August Andersson among others about the severe acidification of the Arctic Ocean via permafrost thawing was featured on last night’s episode of Vetenskaps Värld (The World of Science) by Swedish Television. The report is in Swedish and begins at 1.00.
Robin Vestegren was a guest on H2O Radio in Denver, USA, and discussed the use of perfluorinated substances in consumer products Photo: Chemical Collection by Steve Bernacki (creative commons)
Article published on Swedish Television’s homepage (in Swedish) about a new study by researchers at ACES and colleagues published in Nature Geoscience on 18 April 2016.
A paper in Nature Geoscience co-authored by Juan Acosta Navarro, Ilona Riipinen and Hans-Christen Hanssen was featured in Carbon Brief in March 2016.
A paper in Nature Geoscience co-authored by Juan Acosta Navarro, Ilona Riipinen and Hans-Christen Hanssen was featured in The Washington post in March 2016.
A documentary by Swiss filmmaker Andrea Sautereau about Arctic expedition SWERUS-C3 that took place from July-October 2014. The film follows Swiss researcher Célia Sapart (University of Utrecht) throughout her journey to the Arctic and back and features ACES professor Örjan Gustafsson and short appearances by other current and former ACES researchers. The film is in French (no subtitles). SWERUS-C3 was …