Majken Elley Nielsen

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Aquatic pollutants are often biologically active at low concentrations and impact on biota in combination with other abiotic stressors. Traditional toxicity tests may not detect these effects, and there is a need for sensitive high-throughput methods for detecting sublethal effects. We have evaluated an automated infra-red (IR) light-based monitor for(More)
Rehabilitation of marine mammals with the intent of releasing them back into nature is carried out for several species. Rehabilitation can help supporting critically endangered species, increase public awareness, and serve scientific purposes, but rehabilitation also causes concern due to risk of introducing diseases into the wild populations and genetic(More)
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