Publications and responsibilities
Current status of deepwater oil spill modelling in the Faroe-Shetland Channel, Northeast Atlantic, and future challenges
Globally, the projected increase in sea surface temperature is expected to facilitate large changes in the marine food web, affect coastal communities, marine ecosystem goods and services, global fisheries, tourism, aquaculture and others. This ongoing change takes place on different time scales, an...
NUMERICAL INTEGRATION AND INTERPOLATION IN MARINE POLLUTANT TRANSPORT MODELLING
Proposal for basic metadata schema to support interoperability
Simulering av oljeutslipp i russisk Arktis vestlige sektor (overstatt tittel fra russisk)
Modelling biological effects of accidental and regular discharges from offshore oil and gas operations
Changes in oil exposure of fish early life stages when using dispersants to combat oil spill.
Intercomparison of oil spill prediction models for accidental blowout scenarios with and without subsea chemical dispersant injection
We compare oil spill model predictions for a prototype subsea blowout with and without subsea injection of chemical dispersants in deep and shallow water, for high and low gas–oil ratio, and in weak to strong crossflows. Model results are compared for initial oil droplet size distribution, the nearf...
Dispersants have limited effects on exposure rates of oil spills on fish eggs and larvae in shelf seas
Early life stages of fish are particularly vulnerable to oil spills. Simulations of overlap of fish eggs and larvae with oil from different oil-spill scenarios, both without and with the dispersant Corexit 9500, enable quantitative comparisons of dispersants as a mitigation alternative. We have used...