Organic Pollutants in the Geosphere, 1st ed. 2018
Fundamentals in Organic Geochemistry Series

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This third volume focusses on anthropogenic organic pollutants harming the environment. Their structural diversity and fate in the environment, their effects and relevance are presented. For such a flexible usage this textbook series 'Fundamentals in Organic Geochemistry' consists of different volumes with clear defined aspects and with manageable length. Organic Geochemistry is a modern scientific subject characterized by a high transdisciplinarity and located at the edge of chemistry, environmental sciences, geology and biology. Therefore, there is a need for a flexible offer of appropriate academic teaching material on an undergraduate level addressed to the variety of students coming originally from different study disciplines

1. Fate and Assessment of organic pollutants in the geosphere.- 2. Organic pollutants.- 3. Petrogenic contaminations.- 4. POPs - a special perspective on a special group of pollutants.- 4. Anthropogenic marker.

Prof. Dr. Jan Schwarzbauer

Current research topics

Sources, transport and fate of organic contaminants in water and sediments of surface water systems

Impact of anthropogenic xenibiotics on riverine systems

Structure elucidation of still unknown organic contaminants

Analytical investigations on pollution sources of surface and ground water (industrial emissions, municipal effluents, waste deposit seepage water, mining effluents etc.)

Organic-geochemical characterization of bound residues in riverine particulate matter

Komponentenspezifische Isotopenanalysen von organischen Schadstoffen

Geochronology of organic contamination in riverine sediment archives and generation of correlated pollution histories

Detetcion and quantification of synthetic polymers in river water, municipal effluents, sewage slugde and soil

CV  

1993: Degree in Chemistry (diploma) University of Hamburg – 1997: Dr. rer-nat. degree, University of Hamburg – 2004: Habilitation, RWTH Aachen University – 2004 – 2009:       Assoc. Prof. (Privatdozent), RWTH Aachen – since 2009: Professor

Prof. Branimir Jovančićević

Education and qualifications

1985: Bachelor of science studies – Chemistry / Prirodno-matematički fakultet (Belgrade, Serbia)

1988: Master of science studies – Chemistry / Prirodno-matematički fakultet (Belgrade, Serbia)

1994: Doctoral academic (PhD) studies – Chemistry / University of Belgrade – Faculty of Chemistry (Belgrade, Serbia)

Scientific interest

Organic geochemistry, environmental chemistry.

Focuses on anthropogenic organic pollutants that harm the environment - Looks at the fate and assessment of organic pollutants in the geosphere - Includes topics such as the anthropogenic marker approach, POPs, petrogenic contaminations - Addressed to undergraduate students who otherwise miss out on the subject organic geochemistry