The ECo-Series provides a forum for discussing scientific issues of societal relevance, sharing new and innovative techniques, and for interacting with other scientists, stakeholders and policy makers. Our aim is to provide entertaining, educational, and provocative events which foster discussion and creativity both within and outside of the Department.
Global Harmonization for Exposomics: Opportunities and Challenges
The IPCC Synthesis Report 2023
Presentation and discussion of the results and the IPCC’s role in Climate Policy and in Society Programme 1. 14:00 Welcome words 2. 14:10-15:00 The IPCC AR6 Synthesis Report: Main Messages and Results Francis X. Johnson, Stockholm Environment Institute 3. 15:00-15:30 Coffee break 4. 15:30-16:30 Panel discussion on the role of IPCC reports in society and climate policy (in Swedish) Moderator: …
Unmasking the effects of aerosols on greenhouse warming in Europe
Co-emission of aerosols and greenhouse gases is highly attributed to man-made activities, while the corresponding radiative forcing appears very differently. The global radiative forcing from the greenhouse gases (positive) has increased substantially since 1980, while relatively small changes are found in the radiative forcing (negative) from the aerosols. The large differences in the atmospheric lifetime of the climate drivers in …
PFAS Characterisation by FTICR-MS
Silvia Dudasova is part of the PERFORCE3 project on PFAS. Currently she is visiting ACES for a 4 weeks secondment, and we welcome the opportunity to learn about her research. In her presentation she will introduce the techniques she uses to characterise PFAS in biological and environmental samples, and focus mainly on the approaches used in suspect and non-targeted analysis.
The transit time of carbon through the terrestrial biosphere
Assessing potential biogenic methane emissions from the warming Arctic Shelf over the next 300 years
Biogeochemistry Seminar Series Welcome!
PhD progress seminars
Enrichment of biogenic and anthropogenic organic substances on sea spray aerosols
Nikola Radoman will publically defend his thesis “Enrichment of biogenic and anthropogenic organic substances on sea spray aerosols.”
Aerosol Mass Spectrometry Measurements for Essential Climate and Air Pollution Variables
Aerosol plays a significant role in climate, air quality and human health, which makes it one of the most important and studied components in the atmosphere, nevertheless, its effects are still poorly quantified. A significant improvement has been made with an introduction of an Aerosol Mass Spectrometer (AMS), which proved to be a powerful tool for studying the aerosol effects. …
Prioritization of phytotoxins according to their threat to water quality
Inés Rodriguez Leal will publically defend her Licentiate thesis “Prioritization of phytotoxins according to their threat to water quality”
In vitro and in vivo studies on the toxicology of di-n-butyl phthalate (DBP) Effects on reproductive, endocrine, and immune systems
Liselott Källsten will publically defend her thesis “In vitro and in vivo studies on the toxicology of di-n-butyl phthalate (DBP): Effects on reproductive, endocrine, and immune systems.”