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Deni Ribicic

Research Scientist

Deni Ribicic

Research Scientist

Deni Ribicic
Phone: +47 415 96 958
Department: Environment and New Resources
Office: Trondheim

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1738739

To avoid the negative impacts caused by biofouling development, aquaculture nets around the world are periodically cleaned using high-pressure washers. Net cleaning is labour-intense and costly, can damage antifouling coatings on the nets, and pose contamination as well as fish health and welfare ri...

Authors Bloecher Nina Frank Kevin Bondø Morten Steen Ribicic Deni Endresen Per Christian Su Biao Floerl Oliver
Year 2019
Type Journal publication
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1619761

To understand the impact of oil contamination on marine microbial communities, numerous studies have been conducted following microbial dynamics after oil spills and concerning the effects of different environmental parameters on oil biodegradation potential. Nevertheless, there is a lack of underst...

Year 2018
Type Journal publication
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1598467

With increasing oil exploration, production and transportation in the Arctic, predictions of the fate of spilled oil become important, including oil compound biodegradation. The use of chemical dispersants may result in increased biodegradation due to the generation of dispersions consisting of smal...

Year 2018
Type Journal publication
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1575570

Biodegradation of chemically dispersed oil at low temperature (0–2 °C) was compared in natural seawater from Arctic (Svalbard) and a temperate (Norway) fjords. The oil was premixed with a dispersant (Corexit 9500) and small-droplet oil dispersions prepared. Faster biotransformation of n-alkanes...

Year 2018
Type Journal publication
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1575569

Oil biodegradation as a weathering process has been extensively investigated over the years, especially after the Deepwater Horizon blowout. In this study, we performed microcosm experiments at 5 °C with chemically dispersed oil in non-amended seawater. We link biodegradation processes with mic...

Authors Ribicic Deni Netzer Roman Hazen Terry C. Techtmann Stephen M. Drabløs Finn Brakstad Odd Gunnar
Year 2018
Type Journal publication
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1504242

Dispersants are used to remove oils slicks from sea surfaces and to generate small oil-droplet dispersions, which may result in enhanced biodegradation of the oil. In this study, dispersibility and biodegradation of chemically dispersed oils with different physical-chemical properties (paraffinic, n...

Year 2018
Type Journal publication
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1508344

Chemical dispersants are well-established as oil spill response tools. Several studies have emphasized their positive effects on oil biodegradation, but recent studies have claimed that dispersants may actually inhibit the oil biodegradation process. In this study, biodegradation of oil dispersions ...

Year 2017
Type Journal publication