GMOS-Train winter school on modelling

6th – 8th February, 2023 AGENDA Day 1, Monday, 6th February 2023 – Part I: Introduction and state of PhD projects 9:00 – 9:30…

Global Mercury Partnership Area on Mercury Air Transport & Fate Research

Global Mercury Partnership Reports The Thirteenth Partnership Advisory Group (PAG-13) meeting was held on 9 and 10 November 2022,…

Mercury speciaI session at Goldschmidt 2023

GMOS-Train is importantly involved in Mercury cycling in the context of global change 12a Session at Goldschmidt 2023, which…

Call for comments and inputs on the “Best Available Techniques and Best Environmental Practices to control mercury releases to land and water”

UNEP parties and stakeholders are invited to submit comments and input by Friday 17 February 2023 on the draft guidance on “Best…

Allwin awarded for the best poster of the Microtech Week

We are happy to inform you that Allwin Mabes Raj (ESR 11) of the GMOS-Train project has been awarded the best poster award based…

3 interesting talks

Today, on 15 December at 11 AM in the Alboran Room and online 3 different talks on GMOS-Train relevant topics are taking place.…

Candlelit Lucia Procession

Stockholm University was in charge of arranging the annual candlelit Lucia procession of the Section for Earth and Environmental…

Science Day with Stockholm University

On the Science Day at Dibber international school, all grades (6-9) participated to learn more about environmental science from 5…

Upcoming Mercury Webinars

Mercury Webinars and Chemicals and Waste Negotiations briefing on 7th and 14th December 2022. More information can be found here.

ACES/Biogeochemistry Seminar Series

Bridget Bergquist, an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto (Department of Earth Sciences, University of Toronto,…

Experiments in GOM calibration

In April-May I went to secondment to PS Analytical under the supervision of my co-supervisor Warren T. Corns. Here I worked with…

Kinetic Experiments

Sreekanth got this year off to a busy start by taking part in the ERCA winter school training, where he also presented a poster…

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Original and innovative research programme categorized into 9 WPs

WP content

The GMOS-Train contains 9 WPs od which WP1-6 are related to R&D. WP7 is dedicated to network-wide training activities and WP7-8 are dedicated to dissemination, communication, outreach and management.

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Study areas

Hg cycles between atmosphere, terrestrial and aquatic reservoirs through a complex combination of transport and transformation processes, until it buries in sediments and soils of our Globe.

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15 ESR positions and renowned expert supervision

Interdisciplinary studies in atmospheric chemistry and physics, aquatic chemistry, ecology, analytical chemistry, multimedia modelling and the use of science results for policy making.

All chosen supervisors and co-supervisors are renowned experts, have experience in PhD supervision and scientific guidance.

All chosen supervisors and co-supervisors are renowed experts, have experienc in PhD supervision and scientific guidance.

Guidelines for who can or cannot participate in the study and the description of characteristics that must be shared by all participants.


Superb #mercury data crunching by @GmosItn WizPhD Alkuin Koenig @IGE_Grenoble after years of field efforts @UnivReunion @ACTRISRI Maido Observatory, 2200 masl. Nighttime free troposphere data reveal a Southern Hemisphere Hg baseline of only 0.7 ng/m3, compared to 1.5 in the NH

Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics@EGU_ACP

New research article: Mercury in the free troposphere and bidirectional atmosphere–vegetation exchanges – insights from Maïdo mountain observatory in the Southern Hemisphere tropics

Dear #mercury research community, please consider submitting an abstract to the @goldschmidt2023 conference session 12a! "Mercury cycling in the context of global change". Exciting science ahead! Deadline March 1st.

I spent the last 2 weeks in Slovenia on secondment at @JSI_SLO working with my fellow @GmosItn colleague @waqarali65🧑‍🔬👩‍🔬

Leaving with new techniques learned and new ideas from the great discussions we had. Thank you to all that made this possible😊

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