Institut Méditerranéen d’Océanologie
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CASTRO-JIMENEZ Javier      
Fonction : Researcher - Environmental Organic Chemistry
Autre Post-Doc (Responsable : SEMPERE R.)
Equipe: CE
javier.castro-jimenez_AT_mio.osupytheas.fr
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Bureau: 158, Etg: 1, Bât: Pacifique - Site : Luminy
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Activités de Recherche:     
Biogeochemical cycles of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and organophosphorus ester (OPEs) flame retardants and plasticizers, marine pollution, atmosphere-ocean exchanges of organic contaminants (air-water-biota-sediment), environmental exposure, bioaccumulation and transfer in marine food webs, trace and ultra-trace analysis and bio-detection of organic contaminants in the environment, influence of climate change on the biogeochemistry and impacts of POPs and OPEs in Mediterranean Sea and the Arctic.
Projets de Recherche:
- Integrated assessment of the fate and impacts of organic pollutants in the Mediterranean Sea (MEDPOP) - Labex OT-Med
- Impact des polluants organiques associés aux microplastiques sur la qualité de l’eau et des organismes (Blue-POLUT) - Agence de l'eau
Domaines de Recherche:
  • Sciences de l'environnement/Milieux et Changements globaux
  • Planète et Univers/Interfaces continentales, environnement
  • Planète et Univers/Océan, Atmosphère
  • Chimie/Chimie analytique
Productions scientifiques :
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+ Organophosphate Ester Flame Retardants and Plasticizers in the Global Oceanic Atmosphere doi link

Auteur(s): Castro-Jimenez J., González-Gaya Belén, Pizarro Mariana, Paulo Casal, Pizarro-Álvarez Cristina, Dachs Jordi

(Article) Publié: Environmental Science And Technology, vol. 50 p.12831–12839 (2016)

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+ Toxicity assessment of atmospheric particulate matter in the Mediterranean and Black Seas open waters. doi link

Auteur(s): Mesquita Sofia r, Dachs Jordi, Van drooge Barend l, Castro-Jimenez J., Navarro-martín Laia, Barata Carlos, Vieira Natividade, Guimarães Laura, Piña Benjamin

(Article) Publié: Science Of The Total Environment, vol. 545-546 p.163-170 (2016)