• Publications
  • Influence
Accumulation of microplastic on shorelines woldwide: sources and sinks.
Plastic debris <1 mm (defined here as microplastic) is accumulating in marine habitats. Ingestion of microplastic provides a potential pathway for the transfer of pollutants, monomers, andExpand
  • 1,247
  • 88
The computational complexity of N-K fitness functions
We show that the decision problem corresponding to optimizing random-model N-K fitness functions is NP-complete for K>1, and is polynomial for K=1. Expand
  • 57
  • 12
Real-Time Visualization of Joint Cavitation
Cracking sounds emitted from human synovial joints have been attributed historically to the sudden collapse of a cavitation bubble formed as articular surfaces are separated. Unfortunately, bubbleExpand
  • 26
  • 5
Palynology, palaeomagnetism and radiometric dating of Flandrian marine and freshwater sediments of Loch Lomond
Loch Lomond in Scotland was part of the sea not only in late Devensian times but also in the middle Flandrian. Deep water cores from the southern basin show sediment with marine plankton and lowExpand
  • 26
  • 3
Mechanistic aspects of chiral discrimination on modified cellulose.
Cellulose and cellulose derivatives are biopolymers which are often used as stationary phases for the separation of enantiomers. Describing the mechanism of such separations is a difficult task dueExpand
  • 186
  • 2
Rapid synthesis of isoprenoid diphosphates and their isolation in one step using either thin layer or flash chromatography.
A rapid procedure for the preparation of short-chain (C s-C.) isoprenoid diphosphates is described . It is based on the method of Cornforth and Popjak [Methods Enzymol., 15 (1969) 359-390] whichExpand
  • 55
  • 2
Seasonal, geographic and individual variation of okadaic acid content in cultivated mussels in Sweden
In Western Europe the dinoflagellate toxin, okadaic acid (OA) has been the main cause of diarrheic shellfish poisoning (DSP). Chemical determination of OA in mussels by homogenization of theExpand
  • 34
  • 2
Stable hydrogen isotope analysis as a method to identify illegally trapped songbirds.
We measured stable hydrogen isotope ratios in the primary feathers of two subspecies of goldfinches, confiscated by the Police and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA)Expand
  • 17
  • 2
Additively decomposable fitness functions
  • 20
  • 2
Influence of inorganic mobile phase additives on the retention, efficiency and peak symmetry of protonated basic compounds in reversed-phase liquid chromatography.
Inorganic eluent additives affect the retention of protonated basic analytes in reversed-phase HPLC. This influence is attributed to the disruption of the analyte solvation-desolvation equilibria inExpand
  • 73
  • 1