Quantifying different pathways of chemical exposure to wildlife and humans is a core element of this research. Bioaccumulation concepts play a central role, and we strive to understand contaminant bioavailablility in the environment, uptake, storage, and elimination from the organism, and accumulation through food webs. Our human exposure work encompasses both the indoor and outdoor environments.


ACES is part of the SECTION FOR EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES at Stockholm University, which covers a wide range of research into the Earth’s formation, climate and the environment.

If you want to know more about the work of the Section for Earth and Environmental Sciences read the article by former Section Dean and ACES Professor Cynthia de Wit published in Pan European Networks: Science and Technology.