oceanexpert oceanexpert

© 2017, UNESCO/IOC Project Office for IODE, Ostend, Belgium   Find us on Google+

Details of Dr. Maarten De Jonge   


Gender male
Job title Post-doctoral researcher
Department Biology
University of Antwerp (
Universiteitsplein 1 Antwerpen 2610
Groenenborgerlaan 171
Tel +3232653533
You must log in with an approved account to view email addresses.
Website http://www.sphere.be/content/maarten-de-jonge-0
Social Media Links
You must log in with an approved account to view social media links


Degree PhD
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Pollution , Pollution
Research Activities Influences of sediment geochemistry on metal bioavailability; Uptake and effects of mixtures; Bioaccumlation of micropollutants and relations with ecological effects
Working languages English
Skills/Expertise Ecotoxicology; Sediment geochemistry; Aquatic ecoogy
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Maarten DE JONGE)

Van Praet N, De Jonge M, Blust R, Stoks R, Bervoets L. 2014. Behavioural, physiological and biochemical markers in damselfly larvae (Ischnura elegans) to assess effects of accumulated metal mixtures. Science of the Total Environment 470-471:208-215.
Dinh Van K, Janssens L, Debecker S, De Jonge M, Lambret P, Nilsson-Örtman V, Bervoets L, Stoks R. 2013. Susceptibility to a metal under global warming is shaped by thermal adaptation along a latitudinal gradient. Global Change Biology19:2625-2633.
De Jonge M, Tipping E, Lofts S, Bervoets L, Blust R. 2013. The use of invertebrate body burdens to predict ecological effects of metal mixtures in mining-impacted waters. Aquatic Toxicology142-143:294-302.
De Jonge M, Teuchies J, Meire P, Blust R, Bervoets L. 2012. The impact of increased oxygen conditions on metal-contaminated sediments part I: Effects on redox status, sediment geochemistry and metal bioavailability. Water Research 46:2205-2214.
De Jonge M, Belpaire C, Geeraerts C, De Cooman W, Blust R, Bervoets L. 2012. Ecological impact assessment of sediments remediation in a metal-contaminated lowland river using translocated zebra mussels and resident macroinvertebrates. Environmental Pollution171:99-108.
De Jonge M, Eyckmans M, Blust R, Bervoets L. 2011. Are accumulated sulfide-bound metals metabolically available in the benthic Oligochaete Tubifex tubifex? Environmental Science & Technology 45:3131-3137.
De Jonge M, Dreesen F, De Paepe, J, Blust R, Bervoets L. 2009. Do acid volatile sulfides (AVS) influence the accumulation of sediment-bound metals to benthic invertebrates under natural field conditions? Environmental Science & Technology 43:4510-4516.

Created: 2014-06-29 Last Updated: 2014-06-29