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Krister Dalhem
Krister Dalhem
Ph.D. student
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Chemical and microbiological evaluation of novel chemical treatment methods for acid sulfate soils
E Högfors-Rönnholm, S Christel, K Dalhem, T Lillhonga, S Engblom, ...
Science of The Total Environment 625, 39-49, 2018
162018
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H Weiss
Bulletin of Entomological Research 57 (3), 357-380, 1967
71967
Subsurface hydrochemical precision treatment of a coastal acid sulfate soil
K Dalhem, S Engblom, P Stén, P Österholm
Applied Geochemistry 100, 352-362, 2019
52019
A simplified distillation-based sulfur speciation method for sulfidic soil materials.
K Dalhem, S Mattbäck, A Boman, P Österholm
Bulletin of the Geological Society of Finland 93 (1), 2021
22021
Kemiallinen täsmäkäsittely happamilla sulfaattimailla
P Sten, K Dalhem, S Engblom, A Grannas, E Högfors-Rönnholm, ...
Ympäristöviestintä YVT Oy, 2019
2019
A simplified distillation method for determining reduced sulfur species.
K Dalhem, S Mattbäck, A Boman, P Österholm
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Assessing the use of deep learning for acid sulfate soil mapping.
A Beucher, S Mattbäck, C Prinds, K Dalhem, M Greve
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
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K Dalhem, S Engblom, P Stén, P Österholm
2018
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E Högfors-Rönnholm, S Christel, K Dalhem, T Lillhonga, S Engblom, ...
ACIDITY CHARACTERIZATION IN AN ACID SULPHATE SOIL RECIPIENT ESTUARY IN WESTERN FINLAND
K Dalhem, B Lindqvist, S Mattbäck, T Saarinen, A Peltola, J Virtasalo, ...
3rd Finnish National Colloquium of Geosciences Espoo, 15–16 March 2017, 22, 0
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