Publications and responsibilities
Assessment of produced water toxicity using in vitro tools developed from Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
Using targeted and non-targeted screening analyses to assess bioaccumulation and toxicity of produced water components on copepod populations in the North Sea
Effects of produced water components on early life stages of cold-water marine fish
Biodegradation in seawater of oil compounds from produced water in relation to acute and chronic ecotoxicity
Establishing a link between composition and toxicity of offshore produced waters using comprehensive analysis techniques – A way forward for discharge monitoring?
Extracts of produced waters from five mature Norwegian Sea oil fields were examined as total organic extracts (TOEs) and after fractionation into operationally-defined ‘polar’ and ‘apolar’ fractions. The TOEs and fractions were examined by gas chromatography (GC), GC-mass spectrometry (GC–MS), two d...
Evaluation of environmental conditions on the sorption of PAHs onto synthetic and natural fibres
Characterisation of microplastic fibres and their degradation under environmental conditions
Sensitivity of adult polar cod (Boreogadus saida) to the water-soluble fraction of crude oil under low and high food regimes
Degradation and toxicity of textile microfibres
Microplastic fibres (MPFs) are increasingly being reported as one of the dominant forms of microplastic pollution in aquatic environments. Clothing and textiles produced from synthetic fibres such as polyester (PES), polyacrylic (PAC) and nylon (PA) are considered some of the main sources of MPFs. H...