Ademollo Nicoletta

Ademollo Nicoletta She graduated in Biological Sciences and then obtained a PhD in Polar Sciences in 2003 always at the University of Siena. 
The main lines of research are aimed at understanding the sources, flows, distribution and fate of persistent and emerging organic contaminants (POPs) in polar and temperate ecosystems. Recent studies are focused on the study of the transfer of emerging POPs between abiotic (water, sediment) and biotic (trophic networks) compartments and between trophic levels; bioaccumulation and biomagnification and related factors; and on the toxicity risk assessment (TEF method, TEQ) in marine food webs, also through the use of sentinel organisms, to assess the risk for humans and for the ecosystem. She promotes the study of protected species or living in protected areas through the use of non-destructive and non-lethal sampling methods. Development and optimization of methods for the determination of emerging organic contaminants.
She has participated in several expeditions to Antarctica as part of the National Research Program in Antarctica and to the Arctic: Svalbard and Greenland, the latest as part of an international project on the effects of climate change on Arctic organisms (TUNU Program: Arctic Ocean Fishes - Diversity, adaptation and conservation '' UiT The Arctic University of Norway).

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