Steven Rowland
Steven Rowland
Professor of Organic Geochemistry, Plymouth University
Verified email at plymouth.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Lost at sea: where is all the plastic?
RC Thompson, Y Olsen, RP Mitchell, A Davis, SJ Rowland, AWG John, ...
Science 304 (5672), 838-838, 2004
13252004
Transport and release of chemicals from plastics to the environment and to wildlife
EL Teuten, JM Saquing, DRU Knappe, MA Barlaz, S Jonsson, A Bj÷rn, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364á…, 2009
10212009
Potential for plastics to transport hydrophobic contaminants
EL Teuten, SJ Rowland, TS Galloway, RC Thompson
Environmental science & technology 41 (22), 7759-7764, 2007
5122007
Characterization of unresolved complex mixtures of hydrocarbons in petroleum
MA Gough, SJ Rowland
Nature 344 (6267), 648, 1990
3841990
Microplastic moves pollutants and additives to worms, reducing functions linked to health and biodiversity
MA Browne, SJ Niven, TS Galloway, SJ Rowland, RC Thompson
Current Biology 23 (23), 2388-2392, 2013
3502013
Biodegradation of aromatic hydrocarbons in crude oils from the Barrow Sub-basin of Western Australia
JK Volkman, R Alexander, RI Kagi, SJ Rowland, PN Sheppard
Organic Geochemistry 6, 619-632, 1984
3311984
The effects of thermal maturity on distributions of dimethylnaphthalenes and trimethylnaphthalenes in some ancient sediments and petroleums
R Alexander, RI Kagi, SJ Rowland, PN Sheppard, TV Chirila
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 49 (2), 385-395, 1985
3071985
A novel chemical fossil of palaeo sea ice: IP25
ST Belt, G MassÚ, SJ Rowland, M Poulin, C Michel, B LeBlanc
Organic Geochemistry 38 (1), 16-27, 2007
2632007
Enhanced desorption of persistent organic pollutants from microplastics under simulated physiological conditions
A Bakir, SJ Rowland, RC Thompson
Environmental Pollution 185, 16-23, 2014
2572014
The rise of the rhizosolenid diatoms
JSS DamstÚ, G Muyzer, B Abbas, SW Rampen, G MassÚ, WG Allard, ...
Science 304 (5670), 584-587, 2004
2242004
Stereochemical studies of acyclic isoprenoids—XII. Lipids of methanogenic bacteria and possible contributions to sediments
JB Risatti, SJ Rowland, DA Yon, JR Maxwell
Organic Geochemistry 6, 93-104, 1984
2051984
Abrupt climate changes for Iceland during the last millennium: evidence from high resolution sea ice reconstructions
G MassÚ, SJ Rowland, MA Sicre, J Jacob, E Jansen, ST Belt
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 269 (3-4), 565-569, 2008
1912008
Diamonds in the rough: identification of individual naphthenic acids in oil sands process water
SJ Rowland, AG Scarlett, D Jones, CE West, RA Frank
Environmental science & technology 45 (7), 3154-3159, 2011
1832011
The widespread occurrence of highly branched acyclic C20, C25 and C30 hydrocarbons in recent sediments and biota—a review
SJ Rowland, JN Robson
Marine Environmental Research 30 (3), 191-216, 1990
1781990
Microbial degradation of aromatic components of crude oils: a comparison of laboratory and field observations
SJ Rowland, R Alexander, RI Kagi, DM Jones
Organic Geochemistry 9 (4), 153-161, 1986
1471986
Competitive sorption of persistent organic pollutants onto microplastics in the marine environment
A Bakir, SJ Rowland, RC Thompson
Marine Pollution Bulletin 64 (12), 2782-2789, 2012
1402012
Characterisation, quantity and sorptive properties of microplastics extracted from cosmetics
IE Napper, A Bakir, SJ Rowland, RC Thompson
Marine Pollution Bulletin 99 (1-2), 178-185, 2015
1292015
Production of acyclic isoprenoid hydrocarbons by laboratory maturation of methanogenic bacteria
SJ Rowland
Organic Geochemistry 15 (1), 9-16, 1990
1211990
Highly branched isoprenoids (HBIs): identification of the most common and abundant sedimentary isomers
ST Belt, WG Allard, G MassÚ, JM Robert, SJ Rowland
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 64 (22), 3839-3851, 2000
1202000
Steroidal aromatic ‘naphthenic acids’ in oil sands process-affected water: structural comparisons with environmental estrogens
SJ Rowland, CE West, D Jones, AG Scarlett, RA Frank, LM Hewitt
Environmental science & technology 45 (22), 9806-9815, 2011
1162011
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