Bart Koelmans
Bart Koelmans
Professor of Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality, Wageningen University
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Microplastics in freshwaters and drinking water: Critical review and assessment of data quality
AA Koelmans, NHM Nor, E Hermsen, M Kooi, SM Mintenig, J De France
Water research 155, 410-422, 2019
Extensive sorption of organic compounds to black carbon, coal, and kerogen in sediments and soils: mechanisms and consequences for distribution, bioaccumulation, and biodegradation
G Cornelissen, ÷ Gustafsson, TD Bucheli, MTO Jonker, AA Koelmans, ...
Environmental science & technology 39 (18), 6881-6895, 2005
Microplastic as a vector for chemicals in the aquatic environment: critical review and model-supported reinterpretation of empirical studies
AA Koelmans, A Bakir, GA Burton, CR Janssen
Environmental science & technology 50 (7), 3315-3326, 2016
Nanoplastic Affects Growth of S. obliquus and Reproduction of D. magna
E Besseling, B Wang, M Lurling, AA Koelmans
Environmental science & technology 48 (20), 12336-12343, 2014
Effects of Microplastic on Fitness and PCB Bioaccumulation by the Lugworm Arenicola marina (L.)
E Besseling, A Wegner, EM Foekema, MJ Van Den Heuvel-Greve, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (1), 593-600, 2013
Plastic in north sea fish
EM Foekema, C De Gruijter, MT Mergia, JA van Franeker, ATJ Murk, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (15), 8818-8824, 2013
Microplastics in the Terrestrial Ecosystem: Implications for Lumbricus terrestris (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae)
E Huerta Lwanga, H Gertsen, H Gooren, P Peters, T SalŠnki, ...
Environmental science & technology 50 (5), 2685-2691, 2016
Strong sorption of PCBs to nanoplastics, microplastics, carbon nanotubes, and fullerenes
I Velzeboer, C Kwadijk, AA Koelmans
Environmental science & technology 48 (9), 4869-4876, 2014
Fate of nano-and microplastic in freshwater systems: A modeling study
E Besseling, JTK Quik, M Sun, AA Koelmans
Environmental pollution 220, 540-548, 2017
Field evidence for transfer of plastic debris along a terrestrial food chain
E Huerta Lwanga, J Mendoza Vega, V Ku Quej, JA Chi, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 14071, 2017
Ups and downs in the ocean: effects of biofouling on vertical transport of microplastics
M Kooi, EH Nes, M Scheffer, AA Koelmans
Environmental science & technology 51 (14), 7963-7971, 2017
Potential scenarios for nanomaterial release and subsequent alteration in the environment
B Nowack, JF Ranville, S Diamond, JA Gallego‐Urrea, C Metcalfe, J Rose, ...
Environmental toxicology and Chemistry 31 (1), 50-59, 2012
Sorption of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and polychlorinated biphenyls to soot and soot-like materials in the aqueous environment: mechanistic considerations
MTO Jonker, AA Koelmans
Environmental science & technology 36 (17), 3725-3734, 2002
Nanoplastics in the aquatic environment. Critical review
AA Koelmans, E Besseling, WJ Shim
Marine anthropogenic litter, 325-340, 2015
Black carbon: the reverse of its dark side
AA Koelmans, MTO Jonker, G Cornelissen, TD Bucheli, PCM Van Noort, ...
Chemosphere 63 (3), 365-377, 2006
Incorporation of microplastics from litter into burrows of Lumbricus terrestris
EH Lwanga, H Gertsen, H Gooren, P Peters, T SalŠnki, M van der Ploeg, ...
Environmental Pollution 220, 523-531, 2017
The physical oceanography of the transport of floating marine debris
E Van Sebille, S Aliani, KL Law, N Maximenko, JM Alsina, A Bagaev, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (2), 023003, 2020
Effects of nanopolystyrene on the feeding behavior of the blue mussel (Mytilus edulis L.)
A Wegner, E Besseling, EM Foekema, P Kamermans, AA Koelmans
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31 (11), 2490-2497, 2012
Plastic as a carrier of POPs to aquatic organisms: a model analysis
AA Koelmans, E Besseling, A Wegner, EM Foekema
Environmental science & technology 47 (14), 7812-7820, 2013
Export of microplastics from land to sea. A modelling approach
M Siegfried, AA Koelmans, E Besseling, C Kroeze
Water research 127, 249-257, 2017
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