Cecilia Andrén

Researcher
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Phone: +46 8 674 7000
cecilia.andren@aces.su.se

About me

I study acidification in freshwater ecosystems with focus on the effects of inorganic aluminium. I work both with analytical fractionation of aluminium as well as studying the toxic effects on different ecosystem levels; benthic algae, macro-invertebrates and fish.

Latest scientific papers

Toxicity of inorganic aluminium at spring snowmelt – in-stream bioassays with brown trout (Salmo trutta L.)

Andrén, C.M.; Rydin, E.
2012 | Sci. Total Environ. | 437 (422-432)

Benthic diatoms as indicators of acidity in streams

Andrén, C.; Jarlman, A.
2009 | Fundam Appl Limnol | 173 (237-253)

Which aluminium fractionation method will give true inorganic monomeric Al results in fresh waters (not including colloidal Al)?

Andrén, C.M.; Rydin, E
2009 | J Environ Monit | 11 (9) (1639-1646)

Modelling inorganic Aluminium with WHAM in environmental monitoring

Cory, N.; Andrén, C.; Bishop, K.
2007 | Appl. Geochem. | 22

A Novel Environmental Quality Criterion for Acidification in Swedish Lakes – An Application of Studies on the Relationship Between Biota and Water Chemistry

Fölster, J.; Andrén, C.; Bishop, K.; Buffam, I.; Cory, N.; Goedkoop, W.; Holmgren, K.; Johnson, R.; Laudon, H.; Wilander, A.
2007 | Wat. Air Soil Pollut. Focus | 7

All publications

Biogeochemistry

How human activities affect natural processes that drive the major biogeochemical cycles that ultimately govern the composition of the environment.