|Brominated flame retardants and organochlorine pollutants in aquatic and terrestrial predatory birds of Belgium: levels, patterns, tissue distribution and condition factors|
VLB Jaspers, A Covaci, S Voorspoels, T Dauwe, M Eens, P Schepens
Environmental Pollution 139 (2), 340-352, 2006
|Accumulation, tissue-specific distribution and debromination of decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE 209) in European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)|
E Van den Steen, A Covaci, VLB Jaspers, T Dauwe, S Voorspoels, ...
Environmental Pollution 148 (2), 648-653, 2007
|Biomagnification of PBDEs in three small terrestrial food chains|
S Voorspoels, A Covaci, VLB Jaspers, H Neels, P Schepens
Environmental science & technology 41 (2), 411-416, 2007
|Evaluation of the usefulness of bird feathers as a non-destructive biomonitoring tool for organic pollutants: a comparative and meta-analytical approach|
VLB Jaspers, S Voorspoels, A Covaci, G Lepoint, M Eens
Environment International 33 (3), 328-337, 2007
|Brominated flame retardants and organochlorine pollutants in eggs of little owls (Athene noctua) from Belgium|
V Jaspers, A Covaci, J Maervoet, T Dauwe, S Voorspoels, P Schepens, ...
Environmental Pollution 136 (1), 81-88, 2005
|An overview of existing raptor contaminant monitoring activities in Europe|
P Gómez-Ramírez, RF Shore, NW Van Den Brink, B Van Hattum, ...
Environment International 67, 12-21, 2014
|Levels and distribution of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in various tissues of birds of prey|
S Voorspoels, A Covaci, P Lepom, VLB Jaspers, P Schepens
Environmental Pollution 144 (1), 218-227, 2006
|Tracking pan-continental trends in environmental contamination using sentinel raptors—what types of samples should we use?|
S Espín, AJ García-Fernández, D Herzke, RF Shore, B van Hattum, ...
Ecotoxicology 25 (4), 777-801, 2016
|Feathers as a nondestructive biomonitor for persistent organic pollutants|
T Dauwe, V Jaspers, A Covaci, P Schepens, M Eens
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 24 (2), 442-449, 2005
|Can predatory bird feathers be used as a non-destructive biomonitoring tool of organic pollutants?|
VLB Jaspers, S Voorspoels, A Covaci, M Eens
Biology letters 2 (2), 283-285, 2006
|Brominated and phosphorus flame retardants in White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla nestlings: bioaccumulation and associations with dietary proxies (δ13C, δ15N and δ34S)|
I Eulaers, VLB Jaspers, DJ Halley, G Lepoint, T Nygård, R Pinxten, ...
Science of the Total Environment 478, 48-57, 2014
|Brominated flame retardants and organochlorines in the European environment using great tit eggs as a biomonitoring tool|
E Van den Steen, R Pinxten, VLB Jaspers, A Covaci, E Barba, C Carere, ...
Environment international 35 (2), 310-317, 2009
|A first evaluation of the usefulness of feathers of nestling predatory birds for non-destructive biomonitoring of persistent organic pollutants|
I Eulaers, A Covaci, D Herzke, M Eens, C Sonne, T Moum, L Schnug, ...
Environment international 37 (3), 622-630, 2011
|Within-and among-clutch variation of organohalogenated contaminants in eggs of great tits (Parus major)|
E Van den Steen, T Dauwe, A Covaci, VLB Jaspers, R Pinxten, M Eens
Environmental Pollution 144 (1), 355-359, 2006
|Preen oil as the main source of external contamination with organic pollutants onto feathers of the common magpie (Pica pica)|
VLB Jaspers, A Covaci, P Deleu, H Neels, M Eens
Environment international 34 (6), 741-748, 2008
|Distribution of PCBs, their hydroxylated metabolites, and other phenolic contaminants in human serum from two European countries|
AC Dirtu, VLB Jaspers, R Cernat, H Neels, A Covaci
Environmental science & technology 44 (8), 2876-2883, 2010
|Measuring environmental stress in East Greenland polar bears, 1892–1927 and 1988–2009: what does hair cortisol tell us?|
TØ Bechshøft, FF Rigét, C Sonne, RJ Letcher, DCG Muir, MA Novak, ...
Environment international 45, 15-21, 2012
|Accumulation of organochlorines and brominated flame retardants in the eggs and nestlings of great tits, Parus major|
T Dauwe, VLB Jaspers, A Covaci, M Eens
Environmental science & technology 40 (17), 5297-5303, 2006
|Influence of taxa, trophic level, and location on bioaccumulation of toxic metals in bird’s feathers: a preliminary biomonitoring study using multiple bird species from Pakistan|
NA Abbasi, VLB Jaspers, MJI Chaudhry, S Ali, RN Malik
Chemosphere 120, 527-537, 2015
|Can starling eggs be useful as a biomonitoring tool to study organohalogenated contaminants on a worldwide scale?|
M Eens, VLB Jaspers, E Van den Steen, M Bateson, C Carere, ...
Environment international 51, 141-149, 2013