Natalia – Seawater Mercury Queen

During the last year Natalia Torres Rodriguez (our ESR 4) has spent most of her time in the lab analyzing the seawater samples…

The ABCs of methylmercury (MeHg) nanobiosensors

The development of any successful nano biosensor depends on selecting the three important components of a nano biosensor which…

Luisa is back to the lab

GMOS-Train, Abisko meeting June 2022In Abisko in the north of Sweden in June 2022, a fun and interesting meeting took…

Field Campaign North of the Arctic Circle

After our GMOS Train Project Meeting, I, Charlotte Haugk (ESR 8), stayed in Abisko at the Abisko Scientific Research Station…

Mercury sorption and uptake experiments at IFREMER

By Isabel García Arévalo & Sonja Gindorf During the first semester of 2022, Isabel…

Secondment to MIO – Mercury in the South Pacific Ocean

Earlier this year I (ESR 5, Alina) spent my secondment to the Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography (MIO) on a GEOTRACES cruise…

Traveling and collaboration

Saeed Waqar Ali (ESR 9) is sharing recent experiences in his research work: While things were getting back to normal from the…

Charikleia Gournia and Johannes Bieser at HTAP

GMOS-Train researchers presented their successful work at HTAP event on Global Emissions and Modeling.   Global Emissions…

Online sessions on mercury science, pollution and waste

This June, three key sessions will take place online to focus on mercury science, pollution and waste. A hybrid session on…

Statistical data analysis with the scripting langugae R (part 2)

Join GMOS-Train Training Course “Statistical data analysis with the scripting language R”, February 14th-18th 2022, by Dr. Armin…

GMOS-Train’s speciaI session at ICMGP 2022.

Metrological Traceability for mercury analysis and speciation is a  GMOS-Train session at ICMGP 2022. The call for abstracts is…

GMOS-Train’s special session at Goldschmidt 2022, Hawaii

Session 12c - Mercury biogeochemistry, transport, and transformations in the marine environment – filling key knowledge gaps in…

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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.


Today, a post about trace metal clean procedures on board - check out @AcesSthlmUni’s Instagram & Facebook for more information 👩🏽‍🔬🙌

Have you ever wondered how to take water samples from the deep ocean? Check out @AcesSthlmUni on Facebook & Instagram today if you want to learn more ✌️🌊#SCALEwin2022 #SCALE22 #SAPolarRI #SANAP #SAAgulhasII #TRACEX #ScaleWin22

This week I’m taking over the @AcesSthlmUni social media so make sure to check out their Facebook and Instagram accounts if you are interested in what it’s like to work on board an icebreaker in the Southern Ocean ❄️

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