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This category lists sites in English about the Swedish environment, as well as scientific sites dealing with Sweden as a whole. Local science or environment sites can be found in the locality or county subcategories.

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The Air Pollution & Climate Secretariat
A joint venture between five Swedish environmental organizations with the chief purpose of promoting awareness of the problems associated with air pollution.
Analytica AB
An independent contract laboratory that provides services in the fields of inorganic and organic analysis, materials analysis, and mineralogy.
Climate Impacts on Freshwater Systems
An overview of observed responses of the largest lakes in Sweden to a warmer winter climate. Provides brief studies of lake ice, water temperature, water discharge and water level, water chemistry, and biological life. Includes maps, graphs, photographs, references, suggestions for further reading, and links to related sites.
Nobelprize.org
Official web site of the Nobel Foundation. Offers a biography of Alfred Nobel, information about the organization, and details of individuals who have received a Nobel Prize.
Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)
Organized to combat the global water crisis through research and administration of awards, annual symposia held in Stockholm, and projects. Information about these efforts and downloadable publications on water and development topics.
Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
Offers records, publications, research and customized services in meteorology, hydrology and oceanography. Notes on the organization.
World Water Week
Annual global meeting place in Stockholm for the world's water community, including the Stockholm Water Symposium, topical plenary sessions and panel debates, scientific workshops and exhibitions.

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