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Organotins in North Sea brown shrimp (Crangon crangon L.) after implementation of the TBT ban
Verhaegen, Y. ; Monteyne, E. ; Neudecker, T. ; Tulp, I.Y.M. ; Smagghe, G. ; Cooreman, K. ; Roose, P. ; Parmentier, K. - \ 2012
Chemosphere 86 (2012)10. - ISSN 0045-6535 - p. 979 - 984.
plaice pleuronectes-platessa - butyltin compounds - bioaccumulation - sediments - accumulation - tributyltin - predation - selection - areas - field
The organotin (OT) compounds tributyltin (TBT) and triphenyltin (TPhT) are potent biocides that have been used ubiquitously in antifouling paints and pesticides since the mid-1970s. These biocides are extremely toxic to marine life, particularly marine gastropod populations. The European Union therefore took measures to reduce the use of TBT-based antifouling paints on ships and ultimately banned these paints in 2003. Despite sufficient data on OT concentrations in marine gastropods, data are scarce for other species such as the North Sea brown shrimp (Crangon crangon), a dominant crustacean species in North Sea inshore benthic communities. The present study provides the first spatial overview of OT concentrations in North Sea brown shrimp. We have compared these data with historical concentrations in shrimp as well as with sediment concentrations. We have also addressed the effect on the shrimp stock and any human health risks associated with the OT concentrations found. TBT and TPhT in shrimp tail muscle ranged from 4 to 124 and from 1 to 24 µg kg-1 DW, respectively. High levels are accumulated in estuarine areas and are clearly related with sediment concentrations (biota-sediment accumulation factor ~10). Levels have decreased approximately 10-fold since the ban took effect, coinciding with a recovery of the shrimp stock after 30 years of gradual regression. Furthermore, the OT levels found in brown shrimp no longer present a human health risk
Trends in Wadden Sea Fish Fauna, Part I: Trilateral Cooperation
Bolle, L.J. ; Neudecker, T. ; Vorberg, R. ; Damm, U. ; Diederichs, B. ; Jager, Z. ; Scholle, J. ; Daenhardt, A. ; Luerssen, G. ; Marencic, H. - \ 2009
IJmuiden : IMARES (Report / Wageningen IMARES C108/08) - 69
vissen - soorten - onderzoek - karteren - kustgebieden - estuaria - waddenzee - fishes - species - research - surveying - coastal areas - estuaries - wadden sea
The shallow waters of the Wadden Sea and the connected estuaries and coastal waters provide indispensable habitats for a whole range of fish species in the course of their life-cycle. These areas provide spawning, feeding and nursery grounds and serve as transit route for diadromous species migrating between marine and fresh water habitats. Environmental changes (e.g. climate change) and anthropogenic pressures (e.g. fisheries) will likely result in changes in the abundance and species composition of the fish fauna in the Wadden Sea. An overview of fish monitoring programs carried out in the Wadden Sea revealed 2 mayor limitations. Firstly, the spatial coverage of surveys targeting pelagic species is limited. Secondly, the seasonal coverage of the beam trawl surveys is limited. Improved spatial and seasonal coverage will provide more insight in the dynamics of fish populations in the Wadden Sea.
Red List of Lampreys and Marine Fishes of the Wadden Sea
Berg, S. ; Krog, C. ; Muus, B. ; Nielsen, J. ; Fricke, R. ; Berghahn, R. ; Neudecker, T. ; Wolff, W.J. - \ 1996
Helgoländer Meeresuntersuchungen 50 (1996)SUPPL.. - ISSN 0174-3597 - p. 101 - 105.
De invloed van transportkosten, heffingen en restituties op handelsstromen : een toepassing van het verdeelmodel voor de transportplanning op de internationale handel in verse eieren bij economische blokvorming
Hamming, G. ; Horn, W. ; Neudecker, H. - \ 1966
's-Gravenhage : [s.n.] (Studies / Landbouw-economisch instituut no. 43) - 75
handel - eieren - eierproducten - internationale handel - europa - economische situatie - economische productie - trade - eggs - egg products - international trade - europe - economic situation - economic production
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