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Ingeborg Gammelsæter Hallanger

Researcher Norwegian Polar InstituteResearch department: Ecotoxicology
Work address Norwegian Polar Institute Fram Centre Tromsø 9296 Norway
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Biography

Research interests:

  • Bioaccumulation and biomagnification of contaminants in Arctic marine organisms
  • Impact of climate on accumulation of contaminants in Arctic food webs
  • Contaminants in lower trophic level organisms
  • “New” and emerging organic contaminants to the Arctic region
  • Plastic and microplastic in the Arctic environment.

Running national and international projects:

  • EWMA – Environmental Waste Management

Completed national and international projects:

  • Effects of organophosphourus flame retardants in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
  • The combined effects of radionuclides, metals and organic contaminants in produced water on early life stages of Calanus finmarchicus

Relevant scientific publications:

  1. Hallanger I.G, Sagerup K., Evenset A., Kovacs K.M., Leonards P., Fuglei E., Routti H., Aars J., Strøm H., Lydersen C., Gabrielsen G.W., accepted. Organophosphorous flame retardants in biota from Svalbard, Norway. Marine Pollution Bull
  2. Carlsson P., Warner N.A., Hallanger I.G., Herzke D., Kallenborn R., 2014. Spatial distribution of chiral pesticides in Calanus spp. from three Arctic fjords. Environ Pollution 192, 154-161.
  3. Nahrgang J., Varpe Ø., Korshunova, E., Murzina S., Hallanger I.G., Vieweg I., Berge J., 2014. Gender specific reproductive strategies of an Arctic key species (Boreogadus saida) and implications of climate change. PLoS one, 9(5), e98452.
  4. Hallanger, I.G., Jørgensen E.H, Fuglei, E., Ahlstrom, O., Muir, D., Jenssen, B.M., 2012. Dietary contaminant exposure affects plasma testosterone, but not thyroid hormones, vitamin A and vitamin E in male juvenile arctic foxes (Vulpes lagopus). J. Toxicol. Environ. Health, Part A 75:21, 1298-1313.
  5. Renaud, P., Berge, J., Varpe, Ø., Lønne, O., Nahrgang, J., Ottesen, C., Hallanger, I., 2012. Is the poleward expansion by Atlantic cod and haddock threatening native polar cod, Boreogadus saida? Polar Biol 35, 401-412.
  6. Hallanger, I.G., Ruus, A., Warner, N.A., Evenset, A., Herzke, D., Heimstad, E.S., Gabrielsen, G.W., Borgå, K., 2011. Influence of sampling period, geography, species and diet on bioaccumulation of halogenated organic contaminants in Arctic marine zooplankton. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 30, 77-87.
  7. Hallanger, I.G., Ruus, A., Warner, N.A., Herzke, D., Evenset, A., Schoyen, M., Gabrielsen, G.W., Borga, K., 2011. Differences between Arctic and Atlantic fjord systems on bioaccumulation of persistent organic pollutants in zooplankton from Svalbard. Sci. Total Environ. 409, 2783-2795.
  8. Hallanger, I.G., Warner, N.A., Ruus, A., Evenset, A., Christensen, G.N., Herzke, D., Gabrielsen, G.W., Borgå, K., 2011. Seasonality in contaminant accumulation in Arctic marine pelagic food webs using trophic magnification factor as a measure of bioaccumulation. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 30, 1026-1035.

Popular science and outreach:

  • Antarktis –kort fortalt, 2015, Balto, A.K., Hallanger I., Vinje Jenssen, E. (red.), Norsk Polarinsitutt. Book
  • Participated on “Forskerne kommer” tour at “forskningsdagene” in 2013 in cooperation with Fram Centre with lectures “Miljøgifter og elvemuslinger” and “Hva er miljøgifter?” and at “forskningstorget” at in 2008, 2009, and 2011 for Norwegian Polar Institute and Fram Centre.
  • Organized 4 and hosted 3 out of 6 web based seminars introducing the Fram Centre and its five flagship research programmes for Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) in 2012 and 2013 (http://apecs.is/careers/career-development-webinars/fram-webinars)
  • Invited speaker “Ung miljøforsker I IPY”,  IPY, Internasjonale polaråret: Sluttkonferanse for Polaråret, Tromsø