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Hans Sanderson
Dr. Hans Sanderson

Aarhus University, Denmark


Email: hasa@dmu.dk


Qualifications


2002 Ph.D., University of Roskilde, Environment, Technology & Soc

1998 M.Sc., University of Roskilde, Environment, Technology & Soc

1995 B.Sc., University of Roskilde, Environment & Biology


Publications (selected)

  1. Hans Sanderson, Marianne Thomsen, 2008. DPSIR and risks of munitions in the Baltic Sea. NATO Advanced Research Workshop. In Real-Time and deliberative decision making Linkov, Ferguson Magar (Eds) NATO Science for Peace Series, Springer, ISBN 978-4020-9026-4. p. 191-203.
  2. Hans Sanderson, Jerry Ravetz & Joel Tickner, 2002. Scientific application of the Precautionary Principle. SETAC Globe, 3(5): 25-26.
  3. Hans Sanderson, Fauser P., Thomsen M., Vanninen P., Savin Y., Hirvonen A., Missiaen T., Polyak Y., Paka V., Niiranen S., Borodin P., Medvedeva N., Feller P., Soderstrom M., Khalikov I., Zhurbas V., Gress A., 2010. Feature: Risk assessment of chemical munitions dumped in theBaltic Seain 1947. Environmental Science and Technology, 44: 4389-4394
  4. Richard Frank, Hans Sanderson, Richard Kavanagh, Gilles Arsenault, B. Kent Burnison, John V. Headley, Keith R. Solomon. 2010. Use of a (Q)SAR model to predict the toxicity of naphthenic acids, Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Part A. 73: 319-329.
  5. David Johnson, Sam Atkinson, Barney Venables, Jaime Slye, James Kennedy, Scott Dyer, Brad Price, Mike Ciarlo, Kathy Stanton, Hans Sanderson, Allen Nielsen. 2009. Use of watershed factors to predict consumer surfactant toxic units in the upperTrinity river, Texas. Science of the Total Environment 407: 4028-4037.
  6. Hans Sanderson, Brian Laird, Richard Brain, Christian J. Wilson, Keith R. Solomon, 2009. Detectability of fifteen aquatic mesocosms. Ecotoxicology, 18: 838-845.
  7. Hans Sanderson, Keith Solomon 2009. Editorial: Contaminants of emerging concern and challenges for Ecotoxicology. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 28: 1359-1360.
  8. Hans Sanderson, Caritas Tibazarwa, Jennifer Counts, Kathleen Stanton, Donald Versteeg, Richard Sedlak. 2009. Environmental risk assessment of the HPV chemical category Amine Oxides (C8-C20). Risk Analysis, 29: 857-867.
  9. Hans Sanderson, Scott Belanger, Scott Dyer, Peter Fisk, Gauke Veenstra, Christoph Schäfers, Yutaka Kasai, Andreas Willing, Allen Nielsen, Kathleen Stanton, Richard Sedlak. 2009. An overview of hazard and risk assessment of the OECD high production volume chemical category – long chain alcohols [C6-C22] (LCOH). Special issue of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 72: 973-979.
  10. Peter R. Fisk, Rosalind J. Wildey, Andrew E. Girling, Hans Sanderson, Scott E. Belanger, Gauke Veenstra, Allen Nielsen, Yutaka Kasai, Andreas Willing, Scott Dyer. 2009. Environmental properties of long-chain alcohols: Physicochemical, environmental fate and acute aquatic toxicity properties. Special issue of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 72: 980-995.
  11. Christoph Schäfers, Scott Belanger, Hans Sanderson, Peter Fisk, Yutaka Kasai, Andreas Willing, Allen Nielsen. 2009. Environmental properties of long-chain alcohols. Structureactivity Relationship for Chronic Aquatic Toxicity. Special issue of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 72: 996-1006.
  12. Scott Belanger, Hans Sanderson, Peter Fisk, Steve Mudge, Gauke Veenstra, Christoph Schäfers, Yutaka Kasai, Allen Nielsen, Andreas Willing, Scott Dyer, Robin Toy. Assessment of the environmental risk of long chain alcohols (LCOH). Special issue of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 72: 1006-1015.
  13. Gauke Veenstra, Catherine Webb, Karen Blackburn, Christoph Schäfers, Peter Fisk, Yutaka Kasai, Allen Nielsen, Andreas Willing, Hans Sanderson. 2009. Human health risk assessment of long chain alcohols (LCOH). Special issue of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 72: 1016-1030.
  14. Hans Sanderson, Patrik Fauser, Marianne Thomsen, Peter B. Sørensen, 2009. Human health risk screening due to consumption of fish contaminated with chemical warfare agents in the Baltic Sea. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 162, 416-422.

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