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Arctic biomonitoring laboratory

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Direction of scientific research

Development of methodology for monitoring, assessment, prediction and prevention of risks associated with the high level toxic polluting substances transfer via biological pathways. These substances can accumulate in the food chain and spread in Arctic ecosystems.

Leading Scientist

Yngvar Thomassen - Leading Scientist

He has given over 275 presentations on various aspects of his research, of which 105 were invited lectures at major conferences and symposia. In the period 1983-91 he was a member of the Commission on Toxicology, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (titular) member from 1986, where he initiated the development of human body fluids as quality assurance materials for the measurement of minor, trace and ultra-trace elements and organic metabolites. From 2011-2014 he served as a titular member in the Analytical Chemistry Division. More »

13.09.2017
Results and achievements of Arctic biomonitoring laboratory will be presented on the conference Euroarctic 2017 in Nar'yan Mar
Results and achievements of Arctic biomonitoring laboratory will be presented on the conference Euroarctic 2017 in Nar'yan Mar

On 26th of October 2017 in Nar'yan Mar there will be IV International research/practice conference “EUROARCTIC 2017 – Preservation of the environment in the development of the Arctic”.

24.08.2017
Participants of the Barents summer school got acquainted with the project on the study of the transfer of PCBs in Arctic trophic chains
Participants of the Barents summer school got acquainted with the project on the study of the transfer of PCBs in Arctic trophic chains

In the period of August 21st -25th, the IV Barents School for graduate students from 5 countries is held on the basis of NArFU: China, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland and Russia. Two participants of the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory, two PhD students of the "Ecology" direction: Pesyakova Anastasia and Elena Gusakova, took part as participants.

24.08.2017
Is climate change important for human health?
Is climate change important for human health?

This and other questions related to the factors that influence the spread of pollutants in the environment were answered by Professor Yngvar Thomassen in the second lecture, which was held within the framework of the summer Barents school for postgraduate students.


Contacts:

biomonitoring@narfu.ru

Russian Federation, 163002,
Arkhangelsk, naberezhnaya Severnoy Dviny, 17, office 1263

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