Frida Edberg

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Researcher
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Phone: +46 8 674 7262
frida.edberg@aces.su.se

Latest scientific papers

Bacterial Community Composition in the Water Column of a Lake Formed by a Former Uranium Open Pit Mine

Edberg, F.; Andersson, A.F.; Holmström, S.J.M.
2012 | Microb. Ecol. | 64 (870-880)

Mobilization of metals from uranium mine waste: the role of pyoverdines produced by Pseudomonas fluorescens

Edberg, F.; Kalinowski, B.E.; Holmström, S.J.M.; Holm, K.
2010 | Geobiology | 8 (278-292)

Long-term water chemical trends in two Swedish lakes after termination of liming

Wallstedt, T.; Edberg, F.; Borg, H.
2009 | Sci. Total Environ. | 407 (11) (3554-3562)

Microbial mobilization of uranium from shale mine waste

Kalinowski, B. E.; Johnsson, A.; Ödegaard-Jensen, A.; Arlinger, J.; Edberg, F.; Pedersen, K.
2006 | Geomicrobiol. J. | 23 (0000-0000)

Effects of forest fire and fire-fighting operations on water chemistry in Tyresta National Park, Stockholm, Sweden

Eriksson, H.; Edberg, F.; Borg, H.
2003 | J. Phys. IV | 107 (427-430)

All publications

Biogeochemistry

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