Department of Environmental Sciences
The Department of Environmental Sciences encompasses a broad range of research activities, diverse and varied as the environment itself.More
2020 was a special year in all aspects, but that did not stop our researchers from being outstanding in their work. In front of you is a brochure that captures the most remarkable achievements of our Department.
Great news from the International Atomic Energy Agency: our department achieved excellent results and was among the best participating laboratories at the latest International Water Isotope Inter-Comparison Test (WICO) for the analysis of stable isotope composition of oxygen and hydrogen (δ18O and δ2H) in different environmental water samples with isotope-ratio mass spectrometry.
Johanna Robinson, a young researcher was awarded for the best case study presentation titled “When technology fails: a case study of a premature CS tool” at a Citizen Science with Application to Nuclear, Seismic and Air Quality Monitoring: APPLICATIONS in Air Quality Monitoring Workshop held online 15 - 19 Mar 2021 by The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) http://indico.ictp.it/event/9532/.
The Department of Environmental Sciences participated in this year's Open Day of the Jožef Stefan Institute which took place online on 27.3.2021.
Narrative review of challenges and opportunities specific to the implementation of co-created Citizen Science projects.
The SURREAL consortium invites highly qualified and motivated applicants for an ESR position within the framework of the Innovative Training Networks (ITN) action «SURREAL - Systems approach of URban enviRonmEnts and heALth», which was has been awarded under the Horizon 2020 - Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action of the European Commission.
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This award was established in 2011 to celebrate and recognise individuals who have made extraordinary lifetime achievements in mercury research, mentoring, or contributions to governmental policy and public outreach. At the International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant (ICMGP) 2019 in Krakow EMPIR Project Coordinator Milena Horvat from the Jožef Stefan Institute was awarded the Life Achievement Award for mercury research.
The Department of Environmental Sciences encompasses a broad range of research activities, diverse and varied as the environment itself.More about research activity
Our publications and media
They are multidisciplinary, from different natural sciences to social sciences, in particular chemical, physical, geological and biological, which define our environment, society and human activities.List of publications
With our research we would like to clarify the relationship between natural processes and human activities, and the influence of these activities on human health and the environmentList of projects