Yevheniya Volchko

Forskare at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, GeoEngineering

Yevheniya Volchko is a Project Manager at the Division of Geology and Geotechnics, research group Environmental geology – land and water resources and has been working at the FRIST (Forum for Risk Investigation and Sustainable Technology) competence center since 2010. Her major research interest is evaluation of effects on soil functions and services in remediation projects. Using soil quality indicators (e.g. soil texture, pH, water holding capacity) and value-related measurements (e.g. willingness-to-pay), the goal is to develop and apply a method for incorporating the effects on soil functions and services into Multi-Criteria Analysis (MCA) for sustainability appraisal of remediation alternatives.

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Projects

2016–2019

SUB Sustainable use of underground space

Jenny Norrman GeoEngineering
Lars O Ericsson GeoEngineering
Yevheniya Volchko GeoEngineering
Anders Markstedt GeoEngineering
Formas
BeFo - Rock engineering research foundation

2015–2018

SAFIRE- Sustainability Asessment For Improved Remediation Efficiency

Lars Rosen GeoEngineering
Jenny Norrman GeoEngineering
Robert Anderson GeoEngineering
Yevheniya Volchko GeoEngineering
Formas

2015–2019

APPLICERA: Applicable site-specific environmental risk assessment of contaminated soils

Lars Rosen GeoEngineering
Yevheniya Volchko GeoEngineering
Formas

2015–2016

Projekt Järpen, riskvärdering enligt SCORE

Lars Rosen GeoEngineering
Jenny Norrman GeoEngineering
Yevheniya Volchko GeoEngineering
Geological Survey of Sweden (SGU)

2013–2015

BALANCE 4P: Balancing descisions for urban brownfeld regeneration- people, planet, profit and processes

Jenny Norrman GeoEngineering
Yevheniya Volchko GeoEngineering
Lars Rosen GeoEngineering
Jaan-Henrik Kain Architecture
Formas

2016–2019

Tillförlitliga uppskattningar av åtgärdskostnader inom förorenade områden (REMCOST)

Lars Rosen GeoEngineering
Yevheniya Volchko GeoEngineering
Jenny Norrman GeoEngineering
Formas

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Publications

2017

Cost-benefit analysis of copper recovery in remediation projects: A case study from Sweden

Yevheniya Volchko, Jenny Norrman, Lars Rosen et al
Science of the Total Environment. Vol. 605, p. 300-314
Journal article
2016

Integration of the subsurface and the surface sectors for a more holistic approach for sustainable redevelopment of urban brownfields

Jenny Norrman, Yevheniya Volchko, Fransje Hooimeijer et al
Science of the Total Environment. Vol. 563, p. 879-889
Journal article
2016

Markmiljöns skyddsvärde – En härledning med utgångspunkt i miljöetik och lagstiftning

Pär-Erik Back, Anja Enell, Malin Fransson et al
Report
2015

SCORE: A novel multi-criteria decision analysis approach to assessing the sustainability of contaminated land remediation

Lars Rosen, P. E. Back, T. Soderqvist et al
Science of the Total Environment. Vol. 511, p. 621-638
Journal article
2014

SF Box - A tool for evaluating the effects on soil functions in remediation projects

Yevheniya Volchko, Jenny Norrman, Lars Rosen et al
Integrated environmental assessment and management. Vol. 10 (4), p. 566-575
Journal article
2014

Using soil function evaluation in multi-criteria decision analysis for sustainability appraisal of remediation alternatives

Yevheniya Volchko, Jenny Norrman, Lars Rosen et al
Science of the Total Environment. Vol. 485-486 (1), p. 785-791
Journal article
2014

A minimum data set for evaluating the ecological soil functions in remediation projects

Yevheniya Volchko, Jenny Norrman, Lars Rosen et al
Journal of Soils and Sediments. Vol. 14 (11), p. 1850-1860
Journal article
2013

Incorporating the soil function concept into sustainability appraisal of remediation alternatives

Yevheniya Volchko, Jenny Norrman, M. Bergknut et al
Journal of Environmental Management. Vol. 129, p. 367-376
Journal article
2013

SCORE: Multi-Criteria Analysis (MCA) for Sustainability Appraisal of Remedial Alternatives

Lars Rosen, Jenny Norrman, Tommy Norberg et al
Paper in proceedings