Anna Sobek

Deputy head of unit
Associate professor
Room: V503
Phone: +46 8 674 7230

Environmental fate of organic contaminants

My research focuses on organic contaminants in the environment, with a focus on how environmental systems and processes affect contaminant fate. I am also interested in how environmental risk of chemicals is assessed, and how science can contribute to that process.

Latest scientific papers

Bioaccumulation Potential of CPs in Aquatic Organisms: Uptake and Depuration in Daphnia magna

Castro, M.; Sobek, A.; Yuan, B.; Breitholtz, M
2019 | Environ. Sci. Technol. | 53 (9533-9541)

Prospects for finding Junge variability-lifetime relationships for micropollutants in the Danube river

Coll, C.; Lindim, C.; Sobek, A.; Sohn, M.D.; MacLeod, M.
2019 | Environ. Sci.-Process Impacts

Environmental Risk of Metal Contamination in Sediments of Tropical Reservoirs

Quadra, G., R.; Lino, A.; Sobek, A.; Malm, O.; Barros, N.; Guida, Y.; Thomaz, J.; Mendonça, R.; Cardoso, S.; Estrada, C.; Rust, F.; Roland, F.
2019 | Bull Environ Contam Toxicol | 103 (292-301)

Tunnel vision in current chemicals management cannot deal with the unknown risk of synthetic chemicals in aquatic systems

Sobek, A.; Undeman, E.
2019 | Acta Limnol. Bras. | 31 (106)

How Important is Bioturbation for Sediment‐to‐Water Flux of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in the Baltic Sea?

Mustajärvi, L.; Nybom, I.; Eriksson-Wiklund, A-K.; Eek, E.; Cornelissen, G.; Sobek, A.
2019 | Environ. Toxicol. Chem. | 38 (8) (1803-1810)

All publications

Contaminant Chemistry

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