Arvid Bring

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Post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Physical Geography, Stockholm University.
Ph.D. in hydrology and water resources, Stockholm University
M.Sc. in civil engineering, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Other profile pages: ResearchGate, Google Scholar.

Water is a link between many current environmental issues. Future changes in the water cycle and how water is used may strongly affect both the environment and society in many parts of the world. In my research, I study interactions between water and climate, with an emphasis on water information and its role as a basis for policy decisions.

Currently, I am involved in research on the following topics:

  • Observation systems and monitoring
  • The freshwater system in the Arctic
  • Climate projections for the land water system
  • Water, climate, conflict and cooperation

Furthermore, I teach a master’s level negotiation simulation on managing transboundary river basins, both at Stockholm University and at the UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education in Delft, The Netherlands, as part of a module on water conflict resolution and mediation.

Address:
Stockholm University
Arvid Bring
Dept of Physical Geography
SE-106 91 Stockholm
Sweden

Visiting address:
Room V308, Geosciences building, Svante Arrhenius väg 8, Stockholm

Post-doctoral researcher in water, climate, and water information