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.


First training at the Mediterranean Institute for Oceanography in Marseille

From the 5th to 10th of October our first training within the GMOS Project took place at the Mediterranean Institute for…

A week of arctic fieldwork in northern Sweden

On the 3rd of October we arrived in Abisko in northern Sweden, where we spent a week of fieldwork just two weeks after I started…

Virtual kick-off meeting

GMOS-Train is very well prepared to start it’s long awaited Kick-off meeting, which is going to happen virtually between 7.…

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New @EnvSciTech paper out on mercury isotope exchange.

New #PNAS study by @CSIC, #MSCEAST, @GET_Hg et al shows how latest atmospheric Hg photochemistry scheme leads to bias in modeled Hg(0) and rainfall Hg(II). Some piece (oxidant) of the puzzle is missing
@CNRS @UT3PaulSabatier @ObsMip

🥳 Research funding granted from @FormasForsk, together with Gustaf Hugelius, Britta Sannel and @Stebe69, focusing on Mercury methylation in thawing permafrost soils @AcesSthlmUni @Stockholms_univ @_SLU, proj. linked to efforts within @GmosItn & @nunataryuk

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