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PhD students

Ahlberg Erik 

Although emissions of organic compounds are generally thought of as something connected to human activities, the emissions from forests and plants are actually larger. My research concerns the atmospheric aging (oxidation) of these biogenic compounds, after which they can form particles. Atmospheric particles are an important factor in earth's radiation budget as they are key components in cloud formation.
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Blasi Romero Maria

My PhD project aims to increase the knowledge on the field of ecosystem services delivery (especially for pollination and pest control) under future scenarios.
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Charrieau Laurie 

Foraminifera are single-celled shell-bearing animals and they are excellent environmental conditions recorders. For my PhD project, I’m using foraminifera to improve our knowledge about the current ocean acidification. The aim is to combine past and present data to observe how much pH has changed over the last 200 years in the Baltic Sea region, and to predict eventual changes on coastal ecosystems in the future.
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Falk John

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Gustafson Adrian

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Herzog Simon 

During the last four decades the iron concentration has constantly increased along the Swedish coastline.The relatively high iron concentration might be one reason explaining the success of nitrogen fixing cyanobacteria in the Baltic Sea. The main objective of my PhD project is to better understand the fate of iron along the estuarine mixing zone and the ensuing consequences of the increasing iron concentration in the Baltic Sea.
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Hydbom Sofia 

The foundation of our civilization is threatened. Past and current agricultural management with plowing has reduced soil carbon stocks, causing lower soil fertility, more soil erosion and nutrient leakage. However, to mitigate this problem, an increasing number of farmers worldwide have changed their soil management by reducing or abstaining from soil inverting plowing. Conservation tillage is the name used for this type of management. By reducing plowing, farmers hope to regain soil carbon content and reduce related problems. So there is benefits but what happens with the below ground communities? Since carbon and several nutrient cycles are driven by soil microbial processes it is important to understand how soil management effect soil bacteria and fungi. By combining agricultural field trials with microbiology I try to answer tillage-microorganism related questions that will hopefully aid in designing guidelines for preserving soil carbon but also add to the agro-microbiology pool of knowledge.
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Krumina Lelde 

Today the importance of environmental nanoparticles is unquestionable and highly recognized. A challenge in geochemical research is to understand the roles of these smallest of particles for distribution and bioavailability of elements, mineral growth and dissolution, and in catalysis and reaction pathways. In my PhD project I will address some of these issues. I will look at the reactivity of iron (oxyhydr)oxide nanoparticles focusing on: 1) adsorption and desorption reactions at water – nanoparticle interfaces; 2) dissolution and redox reactions involving nanoparticles.
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Livingston Jasmine 

I am looking at the role that climate change science, the work of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in particular, has in international policy.
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Lucander Klas

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Ni Sha

In my PhD project, I will investigate the onset, rate, and magnitude of climate events foremost in terms of hypoxic periods, but also for temperature and carbonate chemistry.
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Nilsson Hampus

In my research I want to make use of my technical background by assessing and visualizing processes in cities. I am working with models for urban ecosystem services with the purpose mapping and quantifying services from green and blue infrastructure.
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Nilsson Lovisa 

In my PhD project I look at interventions that support a multifunctional agricultural landscape and at stakeholders’ attitudes around ecosystem services and multifunctionality.
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Raices Cruz Ivette

My PhD project, Robust Analysis for evidence-based environmental decision making, focuses on the treatment of uncertainty in environmental management decisions. 
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Rath Kristin 

The aim of my PhD project is to gain insight into how soil salinization affects fungal and bacterial growth, as well as different microbial processes such as respiration, and what that means for the functioning of soils. I also want to find out how salinity shapes the carbon use efficiency of microbial communities. In addition I am interested to see if a history of salt exposure affects the response of the microbial community to soil salinity, by studying soils from natural salinity gradients.
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Soares Ana 

The overall objective of my PhD project is to improve the understanding of the terrestrial dissolved organic carbon (tDOC) reactivity in water systems. I am particularly interested in finding out how different catchment variables affect the quality and amount of tDOC that reaches the Baltic Sea coastal waters through river runoff.
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Sidemo Holm William 

In my PhD I study how farmland can be designed to benefit both agricultural production and biodiversity. I analyze different strategies of nature conservation and how to form policy instruments, such as taxes and subsidies, to promote land management that cost-effectively preserve biodiversity and ecosystem services. I particularly focus on situations where there are synergies or conflicts between different conservation goals. For instance, one type of land management may benefit threatened species and pollination services, another water purification and carbon sequestration. I.e. when is either kind of land management preferable?
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Thoni Terese 

My PhD project examines the role of science in the international climate negotiations. It seeks answers to questions regarding, where and how, scientific results have the greatest influence on political decisions. The project highlights the climate negotiation mechanisms and follows the emergence and development of new negotiation topics.
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Tian Zhaomo 

The overriding questions I will address are how soil organic matter (SOM) interacts with soil mineral particles and how this interaction regulates carbon cycle. Besides, the retention and release of soil nutrients and contaminants are affected by SOM-mineral interaction. Therefore my study will also help improve overall vegetation, land management, agricultural crop production and so on.
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Wittwer Torben 

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