The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency (Naturvårdsverket) has just published a new report entitled “Luft & miljö – Arktis 2015,” which presents the current state of the Arctic based on the latest research findings in atmospheric science and biogeochemistry (soon available also in English). A number of ACES researchers working at the forefront of their fields were involved in compiling this comprehensive report.

According to the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency “Luft & miljö – Arktis 2015 takes the readers with researchers and experts on a journey to the Arctic following the route used by atmospheric contaminants.”

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Department of Environmental Science
Stockholm University
106 91 Stockholm

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