My research includes development of analytical methods as well as characterization and identification of organohalogen compounds, primarily in biotic samples. The substances I focus on range from phenolic to highly lipophilic compounds both of anthropogenic and natural origin. I am also involved in projects characterizing endocrine disruptors in sewage and pulp mill effluents, and I conduct environmental monitoring of organochlorines i.e. PCB, DDT as well as brominated flame retardants in biota.
Latest scientific papers
Partitioning of Chlorinated Paraffins (CPs) to Daphnia magna Overlaps between Restricted and in-Use Categories
Comparison of organohalogen compounds in white-tailed sea eagle egg laid in1941 with five eggs from 1996 to 2001.
Polybrominated and Mixed Brominated/Chlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxins in Sponge (Ephydatia fluviatilis) from the Baltic Sea
Aquatic sponge – a producer of brominated dioxins in the Baltic?