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Mimmi Throne-Holst

Research Manager

Mimmi Throne-Holst

Research Manager

Mimmi Throne-Holst
Phone: 930 02 863
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Department: Environment and New Resources
Office: Trondheim

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1601388

Background This study investigates a comparative multivariate approach for studying the biodegradation of chemically dispersed oil. The rationale for this approach lies in the inherent complexity of the data and challenges associated with comparing multiple experiments with inconsistent sampling ...

Year 2018
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1470430

Biodegradation of oil in the marine water column is mainly associated with oil dispersions. The operational use of chemical dispersants may therefore enhance oil biodegradation in seawater. The dispersant treatment results in oil droplet size reductions, increasing the surface-to-oil ratio of the oi...

Year 2017
Type Chapter
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1303993

The Deepwater Horizon (DWH) accident in 2010 created a deepwater plume of small oil droplets from a deepwater well in the Mississippi Canyon lease block 252 (‘Macondo oil’). A novel laboratory system was used in the current study to investigate biodegradation of Macondo oil dispersions (10 μm or 30 ...

Authors Odd Gunnar Brakstad Mimmi Throne-Holst Roman Netzer Donald M. Stoeckel Ronald M. Atlas
Year 2015
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1232623

During the Deepwater Horizon (DWH) accident in 2010 a dispersant (Corexit 9500) was applied at the wellhead to disperse the Macondo oil and reduce the formation of surface slicks. A subsurface plume of small oil droplets was generated near the leaking well at 900–1300 m depth. A novel laboratory sys...

Year 2015
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=909876

Methylsubstituted naphthalenes constitute a significant part of light gas oil fractions (LGO). These are toxic compounds with low fuel value, and can potentially be enzymatically modified to increase the fuel value and at the same time reduce toxicity. The first step in the biodegradation of naphtha...

Authors Anne Tøndervik Per Bruheim Laila Berg Trond Erling Ellingsen Hans Kristian Kotlar Svein Valla Mimmi Throne-Holst
Year 2012
Type Academic article