August Andersson

Associate professor
Room: R509
Phone:
August.Andersson@aces.su.se

About me

I am currently on leave from Stockholm University.

 

R-code (courtesy of Martin Sköld, e-mail: mskold@math.su.se):

Dual isotope Monte Carlo-based source apportionment from Andersson et al., ES&T 49, 2038-2043, doi: 10.1021/es503855e

https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/es503855e

https://github.com/mskoldSU/Andersson_et_al_2015

 

Dual isotope Monte Carlo-based source apportionment with spline-modeled time-dependence from Keskitalo et al., Clim. Past 13, 1213-1226, doi: 10.5194/cp-13-1213-2017

https://www.clim-past.net/13/1213/2017/

https://github.com/mskoldSU/Keskitalo_et_al

 

14C- bomb spike-resolved Monte Carlo-based source apportionment from Vonk et al., Geochim. Geocosm. Acta 244, 502-521, doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2018.09.034

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0016703718305702

https://github.com/mskoldSU/Vonk_et_al_2018

Latest scientific papers

Black carbon emissions from traffic contribute substantially to air pollution in Nairobi, Kenya

Leonard Kirago; Michael J. Gatari; Örjan Gustafsson; August Andersson
2022 | Commun. Earth Environ. | 3 (74) (1-8)

Black carbon emissions from traffic contribute substantially to air pollution in Nairobi, Kenya

Leonard Kirago; Michael J. Gatari; Örjan Gustafsson; August Andersson
2022 | Commun. Earth Environ.

Nontarget mass spectrometry and in silico molecular characterization of air pollution from the Indian subcontinent

Papazian, S; D'Agostino, LA; Sadiktsis, I; Froment, J; Bonnefille, B; Sdougkou, K; Xie, HY; Athanassiadis, I; Budhavant, K; Dasari, S; Andersson, A; Gustafsson, O; Martin, JW
2022 | Commun. Earth Environ. | 3 (1)

Mechanisms for log normal concentration distributions in the environment

2021 | Sci Rep | 11 (1)

Wintertime Air Quality in Megacity Dhaka, Bangladesh Strongly Affected by Influx of Black Carbon Aerosols from Regional Biomass Burning

Salam, A; Andersson, A; Jeba, F; Haque, MI; Khan, MDH; Gustafsson, O
2021 | Environ. Sci. Technol. | 55 (18) (12243-12249)

All publications

Biogeochemistry

How human activities affect natural processes that drive the major biogeochemical cycles that ultimately govern the composition of the environment.