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Martin Hassellöv

Professor

Martin Hassellöv
Professor
martin.hassellov@gu.se
+46 31 786 9050
0766-229050

Postal Address: Kristineberg 566, 45178 Fiskebäckskil
Visiting Address: Kristineberg , 45178 Fiskebäckskil


Department of Marine Sciences (More Information)
Box 461
405 30 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Carl Skottsbergs gata 22 B , 413 19 Göteborg

About Martin Hassellöv

 Martin Hassellöv leads the research group on marine environmental nanochemistry, studying marine pollution in its solid form, from nanometer scale to the ecosystem level. The marine environment is subjected today to multiple stressors, including ocean acidification, climate change, overfishing and pollution. The pollutants may consist of molecular contaminants, but also in solid forms. The solid forms of marine pollution includes both objects that are very real, as the massive plastic pollution of the oceans, including the smallest particles; the so-called micro-plastic, but also synthetic nanoparticles. Today we know that microplastics (<5 mm) is found in all sea basins, in deep-sea sediments, in isolated mountain lakes and even embedded in Arctic sea ice. In addition, microplastics is found in hundreds of different species of marine life including seabirds, fish and mammals. The extent to which synthetic nanoparticles involves or could involve an environmental impact is the focus of intensive research. Knowledge of nanoparticles occurrence, its environmental properties and toxicities were limited by major analytical challenges, which is one of the core activities of our research group, which has a unique set of instruments for the analysis and characterization of contaminant particles from the nano to the millimeter scale in real environmental samples.

Latest publications

Strategies for determining heteroaggregation attachment efficiencies of engineered nanoparticles in aquatic environments
A. Praetorius, E. Badetti, A. Brunelli, A. Clavier, Julian A. Gallego-Urrea et al.
Environmental Science-Nano, Journal article 2020
Journal article

Report on simulation of hetero and homo aggregation processes using computer modelling. H2020 NanoFASE Project Deliverable D8.5. September 2019.
Marianne Seijo, Arnaud Clavier, Fabrice Carnal, Serge Stoll, Antonia Praetorius et al.
Report 2019
Report

An efficient and gentle enzymatic digestion protocol for the extraction of microplastics from bivalve tissue
L. W. von Friesen, M. E. Granberg, Martin Hassellöv, G. W. Gabrielsen, K. Magnusson
Marine Pollution Bulletin, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Are We Speaking the Same Language? Recommendations for a Definition and Categorization Framework for Plastic Debris
Nanna B. Hartmann, Thorsten Hüffer, Richard C. Thompson, Martin Hassellöv, Anja Verschoor et al.
Environmental Science and Technology, Journal article 2019
Journal article

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2016

2015

Progress towards the validation of modeled environmental concentrations of engineered nanomaterials by analytical measurements
Bernd Nowack, Mohamed Baalousha, Nikolaus Bornhoft, Qasim Chaudhry, Geert Cornelis et al.
Environmental Science: Nano, Journal article 2015
Journal article

Effects of alginate on stability and ecotoxicity of nano-TiO2 in artificial seawater LLER CL, 1993, COLLOIDS AND SURFACES A-PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING ASPECTSSYMP ON
S. Callegaro, D. Minetto, G. Pojana, D. Bilanicova, G. Libralato et al.
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, Journal article 2015
Journal article

2014

Common Strategies and Technologies for the Ecosafety Assessment and Design of Nanomaterials Entering the Marine Environment
I. Corsi, G. N. Cherr, H. S. Lenihan, J. Labille, Martin Hassellöv et al.
Acs Nano, Journal article 2014
Journal article

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