Ulla Eriksson

Environmental representative
Technical personnel
Room: T528
Phone: +46 8 674 7175

Research field

Analyse and develop methods for organic contaminants. Monitor organic pollutants such as PCB, DDT, HCB, HCH and brominated compounds in biota. Analytical techniques: GC/ECD, GC/FID and GC/MS, LC and PFE. Involved in quality assurance work.

Latest scientific papers

Temporal and spatial trends of PCBs, DDTs, HCHs, and HCB in Swedish marine biota 1969–2012.

Nyberg, E.; Faxneld, S.; Danielsson, S.; Eriksson, U.; Miller, A.; Bignert, A.
2015 | Ambio | 44 (484-497)

Spatio-temporal trends of PCBs in the Swedish freshwater environment 1981-2012.

Nyberg, E.; Danielsson, S.; Eriksson, U.; Faxneld, S.; Miller, A.; Bignert, A.
2014 | Ambio | 43 (S45-S57)

Consequences of using pooled versus individual samples for designing environmental monitoring sampling strategies.

Bignert, A., Eriksson, U., Nyberg, E., Miller, A., Danielsson, S.
2013 | Chemosphere | 94 (177-182)

Comparison of organohalogen compounds in white-tailed sea eagle egg laid in1941 with five eggs from 1996 to 2001.

Nordlöf, U.; Helander, B.; Eriksson, U.; Zebühr, Y.; Asplund, L.
2012 | Chemosphere | 88 (3) (286-291)

Improved reproductive success in otters (Lutra lutra), grey seals, (Halichoerus grypus) and sea eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla) from Sweden in relation to concentrations of organochlorine contaminants.

Roos, A.; Bäckelin, B-M.; Helander, B.; Rigét, F.; Eriksson, U.
2012 | Environ. Pollut. | 170 (268-275)

All publications

Contaminant Chemistry

Pollutants in the environment: Where they come from, where they go, and who gets exposed.