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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Principal Consultant
Department Technical Dept
Address
Oil Spill Response Ltd
Southampton
GU314QA
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel +44 (0) 2380 331 551
Fax +44 (0) 2380 331 972
Email
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Website http://www.oilspillresponse.com
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree BSc. (Hons), PhD
Job type Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Chemical Oceanography , Pollution , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Chemical Oceanography , Pollution
Research Activities Environmental Impacts of Oil Spills; Oil Spill Contingency Planning, Training, Exercies, Audits. Marine Ecotoxicology;Sensitivity Mapping;Oiled Wildllife Response; Post Spill Monitoring;
Research Region 102
Skills/Expertise Marine Ecology Marine Ecotoxicology Marine Pollution Oil Spills
Comments Chartered Bilogist with the Society of Biology
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr Rob HOLLAND)

Holland, R.D., James, R.A., Nijkamp, H., & Sessions, S. (2012). The oil industry?s support to oiled wildlife response and preparedness ? the role of a Tier 3 provider. Proceedings of the 11th International Effects of Oil on Wildlife Conference, New Orleans, USA, January 24-28, 2012, p.139. Holland, R.D. (2011). Effects of oil spills on the early development of ecologically important rocky shore seaweeds ? can we use them as indicators of spill impacts? Proceedings of the IOSC 2011 Poster #137. p.53 in Program Book. Holland, R.D., James, R.A., Nxumalo, G., Hughes, E., & Nijkamp, H. (2009). An update on the Oil Spill Response oiled wildlife service. 10th International Effects of Oil on Wildlife Conference, Tallinn, Estonia, October 5-9, 2009. Holland, R.D., James, R.A., Coates, S., Clements, M. & Nijkamp, H. (2008). Oiled wildlife response ? the role of an oil industry spill response co-operative. Proceedings of the IOSC 2008 p.977. Holland et al., (2007). Oiled Wildlife Response Service from the Oil Industry. Fourth Sea Alarm Conference, Ostend, Belgium. Holland, R.D. (2007). Oiled Wildlife Response Service from the Oil Industry. Proceedings of the 9th International Effects of Oil on Wildlife Conference, Monterey, California, June 25-29, 2007. Colman, J.C. & Holland, R.D. (2006). Mauritania ? a model response planning process. Chinguetti project ?an operator?s perspective. Proceedings of the Interspill 2006 Conference, London, March 21-23, 2006.
The Role of International Spill Response Organisations in Oiled Wildlife Response. Proceedings of the 8th Effects of Oil on Wildlife Conference, St Johns, August 4-5,2005. Oil Spill Response Ltd (OSRL) and the Global Alliance. Proceedings of the Third Sea Alarm Conference, Ireland, Nov. 1-3,2004 Holland, R.D. & Session, S. (2003). Pollution Prevention: The Contingency Plan. Port Strategy. Nov/Dec 2003. 32-33 Holland, R.D., (1997). Characterization of the lysosomal compartment in Fucus serratus L. and the effects of petroleum hydrocarbons on development. PhD Thesis, University of Exeter. Holland,R.D., Pitt,D., Moore,M.N. & Brownlee,C. (1997). Characterization of the egg vesicular components in the seaweed Fucus serratus L. (Fucales, Phaeophyta) using enzyme histochemistry and vital staining: the search for a lysosome-like body. The Histochemical Journal 29, 239-248. Holland,R.D., Brownlee,C., Moore,M.N., & Pitt,D. (1996). Effects of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons on the early life history stages of Fucus. Annual Report of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, p.63. Holland,R.D., Pitt,D., Moore,M.N. & Brownlee,C. (1996). Effects of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons on the vesicular components of brown algal reproductive stages: the use of vital dyes and histochemical methods. Marine Environmental Research 42, 375. Holland,R.D., Pitt,D., Moore,M.N. & Brownlee,C. (1995). Lysosomes in the seaweed Fucus serratus L. - their histochemical characterisation and potential use as biomarkers of environmental contamination. Abstract No.34, SETAC-EUROPE (UK Branch) 6th Annual Meeting, ‘Unifying Themes in Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology’, Plymouth, U.K. Holland,R.D., Pitt,D., Moore,M.N. & Brownlee,C. (1994). Histochemical studies of the Fucus secretory system. Annual Report of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, p.48.


Created: 2006-04-09 Last Updated: 2014-07-28 by Rob HOLLAND