Water and Environmental Studies (WES)
WES is a nationally and internationally established centre for multi- and interdisciplinary research and education, where natural and cultural scientists collaborate in search for knowledge across the boundaries of traditional disciplines. The research covers a spectrum of environmental issues continuously examining its future role in facing new challenges.
We welcome Vladmir Cossio. He is a researcher at the Andean Center for Water Management and Water Use (Centro AGUA) – Mayor University of San Simon (UMSS), Cochabamba Bolivia. In the PhD project he will work in the topic of integration of equity and environmental issues in water management policy in Boliva.
Sabine Henders will present her dissertation: To leak or not to leak? Land-Use Displacement and Carbon Leakage from Forest Conservation on March 27. Venue: Önnesjösalen, Campus Norrköping, at.10.15.
Postdoctor in Water and Environmental Studies. Kungörelse
Natchimuthu S, Panneer Selvam B and Bastviken D 2014. Influence of weather variables on methane and carbon dioxide flux from a shallow pond. Biogeochemistry, In press, DOI: 10.1007/s10533-014-9976-z
Gabriel Yvon-Durocher G, Allen AP, Bastviken D, Conrad R, Gudasz C, St-Pierre A, Duc NT, del Giorgio PA. 2014. Consistent temperature dependence of methane fluxes from microbes to ecosystems. Nature 507: 488–491.
Balathandayuthabani Panneer Selvam, Sivakiruthika Natchimuthu, Lakshmanan Arunachalam and David Bastviken. Methane and carbon dioxide emissions from inland waters in India - Implications for large scale greenhouse gas balances DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12575S.
Shakeri Yekta, A. Lindmark, U. Skyllberg, Å. Danielsson, B.H. Svensson (2014). Importance of reduced sulfur for equilibrium chemistry and kinetics of Fe(II), Ni(II) and Co(II) supplemented to semi-continuous stirred tank biogas reactors fed with stillage. Journal of Hazardous Material, 269: 83-88.
Water and Environmental Studies is an interdisciplinary research unit focusing on issues regarding water supply, sustainable development, climate change and food in history and society. Education in Water and Environmental Studies: under graduate level, master level, graduate level (PhD).
Last updated: 2014-04-16