Viktor Bergion

Post doc at GeoEngineering

Viktor Bergion is a Postdoc in the Division of Geology and Geotechnics, research group Engineering Geology at Chalmers. Viktors research is focusing on combining cost-benefit analysis with risk assessments in catchment areas together with hydrological modelling as a tool for risk assessments. Main objective is sustainable reduction of health risks in drinking water. Research outcomes can be used by water producers, authorities and drinking water associations for decision support regarding water quality and water management issues.

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2021

Accounting for Unexpected Risk Events in Drinking Water Systems

Viktor Bergion, Andreas Lindhe, Ekaterina Sokolova et al
Exposure and Health. Vol. 13 (1), p. 15-31
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2020

Economic Valuation for Cost–Benefit Analysis of Health Risk Reduction in Drinking Water Systems

Viktor Bergion, Andreas Lindhe, Ekaterina Sokolova et al
Exposure and Health. Vol. 12 (1), p. 99-110
Journal article
2020

Molecular analyses of fecal bacteria and hydrodynamic modeling for microbial risk assessment of a drinking water source

Olga D. Chuquimia, Viktor Bergion, Jessica Guzman-Otazo et al
Water (Switzerland). Vol. 12 (1)
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2018

Risk-based cost-benefit analysis for evaluating microbial risk mitigation in a drinking water system

Viktor Bergion, Andreas Lindhe, Ekaterina Sokolova et al
Water Research. Vol. 132, p. 111-123
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2017

Hydrological modelling in a drinking water catchment area as a means of evaluating pathogen risk reduction

Viktor Bergion, Ekaterina Sokolova, Johan Åström et al
Journal of Hydrology. Vol. 544, p. 74-85
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