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Andrea Bagi

Andrea Bagi

Senior Researcher

anba@norceresearch.no
+47 51 87 55 47
Mekjarvik 12, 4072 Randaberg, Norway

Andrea Bagi

Division

Climate & Environment

Research Groups

Marin økologi

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Publications
Tracking bacterial pollution at a marine wastewater outfall site – A case study from Norway – Science of the Total Environment 2022
Abundance and diversity of n-alkane and PAH-degrading bacteria and their functional genes – Potential for use in detection of marine oil pollution – Science of the Total Environment 2022
MetaMon final project report - High-throughput metabarcoding of eukaryotic diversity for environmental monitoring of marine sediments – NORCE 2021
Benthic eDNA metabarcoding provides accurate assessments of impact from oil extraction, and ecological insights – Ecological Indicators 2021
Metatranscriptomic Analysis of Oil-Exposed Seawater Bacterial Communities Archived by an Environmental Sample Processor (ESP) – Microorganisms 2020
Insights into the potential of the Atlantic cod gut microbiome as biomarker of oil contamination in the marine environment – Microorganisms 2019
Implementing morpholino-based nucleic acid sensing on a portable surface plasmon resonance instrument for future application in environmental monitoring – Sensors 2018
Gastrointestinal microbial community changes in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) exposed to crude oil – BMC Microbiology 2018
Wastewater characterisation by combining size fractionation, chemical composition and biodegradability – Water Research 2018
Microbial degradation in the aquatic environment – 2017
Synthesis and Evaluation of New Bisphosphonates as Inhibitors for Oilfield Carbonate and Sulfate Scale Control – Energy & Fuels 2016
Environmental Effects of Oil and Gas Exploration and Production in the Barents Sea – 2015
Naphthalene biodegradation in temperate and arctic marine microcosms – Biodegradation 2014
Estimation of hydrocarbon biodegradation rates in marine environments: A critical review of the Q(10) approach – Marine Environmental Research 2013
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