Robert Bergström

Project assistent at Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing

Robert Bergström works with modelling of atmospheric chemistry, transport, and deposition of air pollutants. In recent years his research has mainly focused on particulate matter from different sources – especially organic aerosol and soot from biomass combustion and other anthropogenic and biogenic emissions.
Robert has previously worked with SMHI since 1997 with the development, application and evaluation of chemical transport models. Robert defended his PhD thesis “Carbonaceous Aerosol in Europe – Out of the Woods and into the Blue?”, University of Gothenburg, in 2015.

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Model-simulated source contributions to PM2.5 in Santiago and the central region of Chile

J. Langner, Lars Gidhagen, Robert Bergström et al
Aerosol and Air Quality Research. Vol. 20 (5), p. 1111-1126
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GenChem v1.0-a chemical pre-processing and testing system for atmospheric modelling

David Simpson, Robert Bergström, A. Briolat et al
Geoscientific Model Development. Vol. 13 (12), p. 6447-6465
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Trends of inorganic and organic aerosols and precursor gases in Europe: Insights from the EURODELTA multi-model experiment over the 1990-2010 period

Giancarlo Ciarelli, M. R. Theobald, Marta G. Vivanco et al
Geoscientific Model Development. Vol. 12 (12), p. 4923-4954
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The EMEP Intensive Measurement Period campaign, 2008-2009: characterizing carbonaceous aerosol at nine rural sites in Europe

Karl Espen Yttri, David Simpson, Robert Bergström et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 19 (7), p. 4211-4233
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Secondary organic aerosol reduced by mixture of atmospheric vapours

G. McFiggans, Th. F. Mentel, J. Wildt et al
Nature. Vol. 565 (7741), p. 587-593
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Aerosol from Biomass Combustion in Northern Europe: Influence of Meteorological Conditions and Air Mass History

Jun Noda, Robert Bergström, Xiangrui Kong et al
Atmosphere. Vol. 10 (12)
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An evaluation of European nitrogen and sulfur wet deposition and their trends estimated by six chemistry transport models for the period 1990–2010

M. R. Theobald, Marta G. Vivanco, W. Aas et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 19 (1), p. 379-405
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The CRI v2.2 reduced degradation scheme for isoprene

M. E. Jenkin, M. A.H. Khan, Dudley E. Shallcross et al
Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 212 (1 Sept.), p. 172-182
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A multi-model comparison of meteorological drivers of surface ozone over Europe

Noelia Otero, Jana Sillmann, Kathleen Mar et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 18 (16), p. 12269-12288
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EURODELTA-Trends, a multi-model experiment of air quality hindcast in Europe over 1990–2010

Augustin Colette, Camilla Andersson, Astrid Manders et al
Geoscientific Model Development. Vol. 10 (9), p. 3255-3276
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Simulating secondary organic aerosol from missing diesel-related intermediate-volatility organic compound emissions during the Clean Air for London (ClearfLo) campaign

Riinu Ots, Dominique E. Young, M. Vieno et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 16 (10), p. 6453-6473
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Biotic stress: a significant contributor to organic aerosol in Europe?

Robert Bergström, Mattias Hallquist, David Simpson et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 14 (24), p. 13643-13660
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Light-absorbing carbon in Europe - measurement and modelling, with a focus on residential wood combustion emissions

J. Genberg, Denier H. A. C. van der Gon, David Simpson et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 13 (17), p. 8719-8738
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The EMEP MSC-W chemical transport model - technical description

David Simpson, A. Benedictow, H. Berge et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 12 (16), p. 7825-7865
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Lessons learnt from the first EMEP intensive measurement periods

W. Aas, S. Tsyro, E. Bieber et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 12 (17), p. 8073-8094
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Modelling of organic aerosols over Europe (2002-2007) using a volatility basis set (VBS) framework: application of different assumptions regarding the formation of secondary organic aerosol

Robert Bergström, Hacd van der Gon, A. S. H. Prevot et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 12 (18), p. 8499-8527
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General overview: European Integrated project on Aerosol Cloud Climate and Air Quality interactions (EUCAARI) - integrating aerosol research from nano to global scales

M. Kulmala, A. Asmi, H. K. Lappalainen et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 11 (24), p. 13061-13143
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Source apportionment of carbonaceous aerosol in southern Sweden

J. Genberg, M. Hyder, K. Stenström et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 11 (22), p. 11387-11400
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