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)

Microbial community analyzis and connection to Iron chemistry in a former uranium mine —Lake Tranebärssjön

Edberg, F.; Andersson, A.F.; Holström, S.J.M.
2010 | Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta

Goldschmidt 2010 | June 29, 2023

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)

Lime treatment has been extensively used as a remedial measure against acidification of surface waters. In view of the decreasing acid deposition, the possible consequences of a termination of liming are discussed intensively in Sweden. This paper presents the results of the first study of long-term effects of termination of liming. The temporal trends in water chemistry were studied in two lakes after termination of liming, in a still-limed lake and in an unlimed reference lake. The lime treatment was intentionally stopped in order to evaluate the effects on water chemistry and biota. After the last liming, pH decreased steadily in both reacidifying takes until annual mean values stabilised around 5.5-6.0 and 6.2-6.5 respectively. ANC and concentrations of non-marine Ca + Mg decreased after the termination of liming. The decreasing pH resulted in increasing trends of inorganic Al (Al-i), which during recent years exceeded the lowest known effect level for fish on several occasions. This indicates that the lime treatment may have been terminated to early from an ecological perspective and with respect to the critical load of acidifying substances during the study period. However, during the same time, non-marine sulphate decreased in all lakes in the study and pH and ANC increased in the unlimed reference lake. (C) 2009 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Förändringar efter avslutad kalkning (kapitel 3b i Utvärdering av IKEU 1990-2006 – Syntes och förslag)

Edberg, F.; Andrén, C.; Wällstedt, T.
2009 (520-536)

Kalkningsavslut i Tyresta – utvärdering och komplettering av kemi och metaller i vatten och sediment

Edberg, F.; Wällstedt, T.; Borg, H.
2008 | ITM, SU | Report No: ITM-rapport 180

Kalkningsavslut – Underlag till Naturvårdsverkets handbok för kalkning av sjöar och vattendrag.

Sundbom, M.; Andrén, C.; Borg, H.; Edberg, F.; Persson, G.
2007 | ITM, SU | Report No: 161

Microbial mobilisation of Fe and other trace elements in fresh waters: the role of siderophores produced by Pseudomonas fluorescens

2007 | licentiate thesis (1-15)

Bacterial ligand production and metal mobilisation from uranium ore

Edberg, F.; Kalinowski, B.K.; Holm, K.

BioMicro World - 2007 | September 29, 2023

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)

Light degradation of pyoverdine produced by Pseudomonas fluorescens, consequences for metal mobilisation

Edberg, F.; Kalinowski, B. E.; Börjesson, S.; Holm, K.; Ek, J.

11th international symposium on Microbial Ecology - ISME-11 | September 29, 2023

Mobilization of metals from uranium ore in presence of pyoverdine at different light conditions

Edberg, F.; Kalinowski, B. E.; Börjesson, S.; Holm, K.; Ek, J.

Current development in remediation of contaminated lands, workshop, Pulawy, Poland | September 29, 2023

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