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Remediation of the Bay of Gdansk after the ban of organotin
Funded by: Fundacja Współpracy Polsko-Niemieckiej Foundation for Polish-German Cooperation.
2005 – 2008


COMPRENDO - Comparative Research on Endocrine Disrupters Phylogenetic Approach and Common Principles focusing on Androgenic/Antiandrogenic Compounds.
Funded by: European Commission.
The overall goal of this project is to improve the knowledge and understanding of the effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) on aquatic invertebrates, vertebrates and humans, focussing on suspected androgenic and antiandrogenic compounds (AACs).
2002 – 2005


Investigations on the health condition of molluscs with regard to the organotin contamination in sediments of the Weser estuary.
Project partner: International Institue Zittau (IHI), Zoological Institute of the University of Frankfurt.
Funded by: Research centre coast (Norderney) of the Lower Saxony State Office for Ecology, Hildesheim.
2000 – 2001


Investigation on accumulation and sublethal effects of heavy metals in periwinkles (Littorina littorea), blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) and barnacles on slag stones.
Project partner: Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg.
Funded by: Lower Saxony State Agency for Ecology.
1996 – 1998


Investigation to elucidate the dying of mussels at the coast of Lower Saxony. Histology and organotin-analysis.
Funded by: Research centre coast (Norderney) of the Lower Saxony State Office for Ecology, Hildesheim.
1995 – 1996


Organotin accumulation and histopathology of the blue mussel (Mytilus edulis) at the coast of Lower Saxony.
Funded by: Research centre coast (Norderney) of the Lower Saxony State Office for Ecology, Hildesheim.
1995


Development of methods to assess TBT-induced effects in the common whelk (Buccinum undatum) and the red whelk (Neptunea antiqua) by accumulation and histological/morphological alterations in the shell and the soft body.
Funded by: WWF Germany and Aktion Seeklar e.V.
1994 – 1995


Determination of histopathological / pathomorphological effects associated with contamination of organotin compounds in marine mollusces and testing their applicability in biological effect monitoring programs.
Project partner: Institute of Special Zoology and Comparative Embryology of the University of Münster,  International Institute Zittau (IHI).
Funded by: Federal Environment Agency, Berlin.
1994 – 1996


Biological effects of harmful compounds in the Elbe river.
Project partner: Institute for Hydrobiology and fishery science, University of Hamburg; Institute for Marine Science, University of Kiel.
Funded by: Federal Environment Agency, Berlin.
1994


Pilot study to explore pathological effects of antifouling paints on snails from the Coast of Lower Saxony.
Project partner: Institute of Special Zoology and Comparative Embryology, University of Münster.
Funded by: WWF Germany and Aktion Seeklar e.V.
1993


Sublethal effects of antifouling paints on zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) from Lindau-Zech,  Lake Constance.
Funded by: Bavarian Board for Water Supply and Distribution, Institute for Water Reserach, Munich.
1991 – 1992

 


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