Christer Johansson

Professor
Room: V215
Phone: +4686747276
Mobile: +46761228931
Christer.Johansson@aces.su.se

Research field

Urban air pollution and the associations between air pollutants and human health. Emissions of air pollutants, source-receptor modelling, modelling of air pollutants using meteorological dispersion models, gas- particle transformation and partitioning, atmospheric photochemical processes, removal processes (dry and wet deposition), assessment of urban planning on air quality (present and future scenarios).

Latest scientific papers

Long-term trends in nitrogen oxides concentrations and on-road vehicle emission factors in Copenhagen, London and Stockholm.

Krecl, P.; Harrison, R.M.; Johansson, C.; Targino, A.C.: Beddows, D.C.: Ellermann, T.; Lara, C.; Ketzel, M.
2021 | Environ. Pollut.

Long-term exposure to particulate air pollution and black carbon in relation to natural and cause-specific mortality: a multicohort study in Sweden

Nilsson Sommar, Johan; Andersson, Eva M; Andersson, Niklas; Sallsten, Gerd; Stockfelt, Leonard; Ljungman, Petter LS; Segersson, David; Eneroth, Kristina; Gidhagen, Lars; Molnar, Peter; Wennberg, Patrik; Rosengren, Annika; Rizzuto, Debora; Leander, Karin; Lager, Anton; Magnusson, Patrik KE; Johansson, C.; Barregard, Lars; Bellander, Tom; Pershagen, Göran; Forsberg, Bertil
2021 | 11

A health economic assessment of air pollution effects under climate neutral vehicle fleet scenarios in Stockholm, Sweden

Kriit, H.,; Nilsson Sommar, J.,; Forsberg, B.; Åström, S.; Svensson, M.; Johansson, C.
2021

Near-Source Risk Functions for Particulate Matter Are Critical When Assessing the Health Benefits of Local Abatement Strategies

2021 | Int J Environ Res Public Health | 18

Overall health impacts of a potential increase in cycle commuting in Stockholm, Sweden.

Sommar J.N.; Johansson, C.; Lövenheim B.; Schantz, P.; Markstedt, A.; Strömgren, M.; Stigson, H.; Forsberg, B.
2021 | Scand J Public Health

All publications

Atmospheric Science

The life cycle and impact of tiny atmospheric particles known as aerosols – both indoors as well as outdoors.