Frida Edberg

Student Counsellor
Researcher
Room:
Phone: +46 8 674 7262
frida.edberg@aces.su.se

About me

My research field is biogeochemistry. My Thesis focused on microbial and geochemical links in mining areas and implications for the environment as well as the microbial communities.

I’m aslo involved in monitoring of Swedish lakes and river in the ISELAW- project and responsible for as well as teaching at the introductory course in environmental scence for science students here at Stockholm University.

Latest scientific papers

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)

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)

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)

Effects of forest fire and fire-fighting operations on water chemistry in Tyresta National Park, Stockholm, Sweden

Eriksson, H.; Edberg, F.; Borg, H.
2003 | J. Phys. IV | 107 (427-430)

All publications

Biogeochemistry

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