Anne Soerensen

Room: S514
Phone: +46 8 674 7278


I am a Researcher at ACES and Research Area Leader within the Bolin Centre for Climate Research (Research Area: Hydropshere, Cryosphere and Climate)

My aim is to improve our understanding of the biogeochemical cycling of contaminants in the environment. My focus is on both atmospheric and marine cycling and uptake into the food web and I use a combination of field-based and modeling approaches in my work.

I am currently focusing on mercury cycling, interaction with organic matter and bioaccumulation in coastal sea environments – like the Baltic Sea. I am furthermore involved in projects looking at mercury sources to, and transport and transformation within, the Arctic, mercury associated with sea-spray aerosols and biogeochemical cycling of selenium.


Latest scientific papers

The Global Marine Selenium Cycle: Insights from Measurements and Modeling

Robert P. Mason; Anne L. Soerensen; Brian P. DiMento; Prentiss H. Balcom
2018 | Global Biogeochem Cycles

Deciphering the Role of Water Column Redoxclines on Methyl mercury Cycling Using Speciation Modeling and Observations From the Baltic Sea

A.L. Soerensen; A.T. Schartup; A. Skrobonja; S. Bouchet; D. Amouroux; V. Liem-Nguyen; E. Björn
2018 | Global Biogeochem Cycles | 32

Organic matter drives high interannual variability in methylmercury concentrations in a subarctic coastal sea

A.L. Soerensen; A.T. Schartup; A. Skrobonja; E. Björn
2017 | Environ. Pollut. | 229 (531-538)

Methylmercury mass budgets and distribution characteristics in the Western Pacific Ocean

Hyunji Kim; Anne L. Soerensen; Jin Hur; Lars-Eric Heimburger; Doshik Hahm; Tae Siek Rhee; Seam Noh; Seunghee Han
2017 | Environ. Sci. Technol. | 51 (3) (1186-1194)

Eutrophication increases phytoplankton methylmercury concentrations in a coastal sea – a Baltic Sea case study

A.L. Soerensen; A.T. Schartup; E. Gustafsson; B. Gustafsson; E.M. Undeman; E. Bjorn
2016 | Environ. Sci. Technol. | 50 (11787-11796)

All publications

Contaminant Chemistry

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

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