Environmental surveillance of marine oil releases using an autonomous ecogenomic sensor - development of a surface plasmon resonance based assay for Oleispira antarctica detection
Exploring novel DNA based autonomous platform for marine water monitoring: Opportunities for petroleum and aquaculture industry”
Exploring novel autonomous genosing platforms for offshore environmental monitoring
Identification and quantitative detection of hydrocarbon-degrading genes in North Sea Water for use with a real-time monitoring device
Physiological responses and lipid storage of the coral Lophelia pertusa at varying food density
Can we use microbes to tell us about the presence of oil in water
An evaluation of coral lophelia pertusa mucus as an analytical matrix for environmental monitoring: A preliminary proteomic study
Ciliary removal of particles by the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa
Martin Linge 2015. Lab study
Martin Linge 2015, Field study
Arctic seawater and sea-ice microbial populations and their response to crude oil pollution
Bacterial DNA markers for crude oil pollution detection in cold seawater
Experience with Lophelia pertusa coral and drill cutting exposure scenarios
Short Term Changes In Marine Bacterial Community Structure Following Crude Oil Exposure At Low Temperature
Quantitative analyses of hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria in the marine environment for the development of markers of petroleum pollution
Detection of Oil Leaks by Quantifying Hydrocarbonoclastic Bacteria in Cold Marine Environments Using the Environmental Sample Processor
Standard operating procedures, experience and advice related to experimental laboratory work with the deep-water coral Lophelia pertusa
Study of Lophelia pertusa coral under different food conditions and varying drill cutting exposure concentrations
Short- and long-term responses and recovery of mussels Mytilus edulis exposed to heavy fuel oil no. 6 and styrene
Exposure study with a drilling mud from Petrobras on the deep-water coral Lophelia pertusa
Gorgeous Gorgonians: Maintenance and preliminary tests in the laboratory
NDP State of the art study - Deep water remote sensing and monitoring
Combined effects of ocean acidification, ocean warming and oil related discharges (revised version)
Following up activities related to the coral Lophelia pertusa and drilling mud
Combined effects of ocean acidification, ocean warming and oil related discharges
Combined effects of ocean acidification and oil spill on the development of the green sea urchin (strongylocentrotus droebachiensis)
Combined effects of ocean acidification and petroleum-related drilling mud: a study with the scleractinian coral Lophelia pertusa
Methodologies and effect investigations on the scleractininan coral Lophelia pertusa in relation to offshore petroleum activities: a laboratory study
Environmental risk assessment of alkylphenols from offshore produced water on fish reproduction
Effects of chronic exposure to dispersed oil on selected reproductive processes in adult blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) and the consequences for the early life stages of their larvae
Effects of Ocean Acidification on Early Life Stages of Shrimp (Pandalus borealis) and Mussel (Mytilus edulis)
Report from the Coral Workshop 31st May- 1st June 2010. Cold- water coral ecosystems: Knowledge status,-gaps, research needs and strategy related to oil and gas operations
Effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms: the lesson of ecotoxicology
Effects of ocean acidification on early life stages of shrimps (Pandalus borealis) and mussels (Mytilus edulis)
iMARE/sensoMARE 2009 - Environmental discharge evaluation for Goliat, desktop study
iMARE/sensoMARE 2009 - sensoMARE Workshop
iMARE/sensoMARE 2009 - Sensing at sea for O&G; needs and feasibility
iMARE/sensoMARE 2009 - Tests of candidate sensor devices for O&G monitoring
iMARE/sensoMARE 2009- Summary of the 2009 activities and recommendations for continued activities
Add-on studies to the current NFR Project "Impact of water-based drilling mud: a study using the epibenthic coral species "Lophelia pertusa"
Enzymatic and cellular responses in relation to body burden of PAHs in bivalve molluscs: A case study with chronic levels of North Sea and Arctic dispersed oil.
BioSea II JIP - final report
Antioxidant responses in the polar marine sea-ice amphipod Gammarus wilkitzkii to natural and experimentally increased UV levels
BioSea II JIP:Sub-lethal effects of dispersed Arctic oil on juvenile Halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus) and Long rough dab (Hippoglossoides platessoides)
Development of a whole cell biosensor based on marine algae for the environmental monitoring of pollutant at sea
Relating biomarkers to whole-organism effects using species sensitivity distributuins: A pilot study for marine species exposed to oil
Uptake and tissue distribution of C4-C7 alkylphenols in Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua): Relevance for biomonitoring of produced water discharges from oil production
iMARE - Integrated Marine Environmental Monitoring Pre-project
Biological effects of chonic levels of dispersed oil in Mytilus edulis & Chlamys islandica: Enzymatic & cellular responses in relation to PAH body burden
Impact of drilling mud discharges on water column organism and filter feeding bivalves
Effect of Artificial sunlight on long-term toxicity of water soluble oil compounds in arctic marine species (NFR - Phototoxicity)
Rapid screening of alkylphenol exposure in fish bile using an enzymatic peroxidase biosensor
Electrochemical device for the rapid detection of genotoxic compounds in fish bile samples.
The use of electrochemical biosensors as rapid screening tools for the monitoring of offshore activities from oil and gas industries
The neutral red lysosomal retention assay and comet assay on haemolymph cells from mussels (Mytilus edulis) and fish (Symphodys melops) exposed to styrene
Pollutant exposure and effects in fish related to the discharge of produced water in the North Sea oil industry
Effekter av boreslam på torsk og skjell
Biological effects of chronic levels of dispersed oil in North Sea and Arctic conditions: Biomarker responses and early life stage tests in two mollusc species
BioSea JIP summary report of results from laboratory experiments
Alternative analytical tool to monitor discharges from oil and gas industries: the use of biosensors
Muddy Waters: Blues for filter feeding organisms exposed to drilling mud discharges?
BioSea JIP – Development of a global biomonitoring tool for the petroleum industry offshore.
Risk Assessment of reproductive effects of alkyl phenols in produced water on fish stocks in the North Sea
A sensitive enzymatic biosensor for the detection of alkylphenol and PAH exposure in fish bile samples
Assessment of environmental pollution in the North Sea through the analysis of fish bile with DNA-based biosensor
Bioconcentration, biotransformation and elimination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sheepshead minnows (Cyprinodon Variegatus) exposed to contaminated seawater
Bioconcentration, Biotransformation and Elimination of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Sheepshead Minnows (Cyprinodon variegates) Exposed to Contaminated Seawater”
DETECTION OF DNA DAMAGE IN MUSSELS AND SEA URCHINS EXPOSED TO CRUDE OIL USING COMET ASSAY
Towards zero harmful discharges from North Sea oil and gas installations: Results from recent and ongoing effect studies
DNA Biosensor Investigations in Fish Bile for Use as a Biomonitoring Tool
Detection of DNA damage ine mussels and sea urchins exposed to crude oil using comet assay
Uptake, tissue distribution and elimination of C4-C7 alkylated phenols in cod. Dietary vs. waterborne exposure
Positive control experiment - Biomarker responses in a range of marine organisms following exposure to dispersed crude oil
Evaluation of the predicted biological effects in DREAM model v.2
DREAM - Reproduction effects of a PAH mixture on sheepshead minnow (Cyprinodon variegatus)
Bioaccumulation of polycyclic aromatic compounds: I. Comparison of bioconcentration in two matine species and in semipermeable memebrane devices during laboratory-simulated chronic exposure to dispersed crude oil.
Bioaccumulation of polycyclic aromatic compounds: II. Modelling bioaccumulation in marine organisms chronically exposed to dispersed oil.
Dose-response study with Acartia tonsa exposed to 3,6-dimethylphenantrene
The effect of long-term exposure of alkylated phenols on egg production and egg viability of the calanoid copepod Acartia tonsa Dana: Dose-reponse studies
PAH metabolites in bile, cytochrome P4501A and DNA adducts as environmental risk parameters for chronic oil exposure. A laboratory experiment with Atlantic cod.
SPE 61134 - Molecular responses in fish as risk parameters of long term-effects of produced water
Density and size dependent uptake of various PAC in organisms of a model food chain.
Effect studies with zooplankton and fish - model inputs to DREAM
Modelling bioaccumulation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in marine organisms chronically exposed to dispersed oil.
Elf IDREMER Bioaccumulation. Final summary report.
Long-term exposure of marine organisms to chronical levels of dispersed oil with a Continuous Flow System: bioaccumulation studies
PAH uptake and metabolism in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) chronically exposed to dispersed crude oil.
Bioaccumulation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in scophthalmus maximus using a continuous flow system (CFS)
Biomarker responses in tubot (Scopthalmus maximus) exposed to sublethal dispersed oil concentration.
Fluorescent aromatic compounds in bile and erod activity in liver of turbot (scophthalmus maximus L.) exposed to dispersed topped crude oil in a continuous flow system (CFS).