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France Damseaux
France Damseaux
Doctor in Sciences, University of Liège
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Stable isotope ratios of carbon, nitrogen and sulphur and mercury concentrations as descriptors of trophic ecology and contamination sources of Mediterranean whales
M Pinzone, F Damseaux, LN Michel, K Das
Chemosphere 237, 124448, 2019
442019
Spatial variation in the accumulation of POPs and mercury in bottlenose dolphins of the Lower Florida Keys and the coastal Everglades (South Florida)
F Damseaux, JJ Kiszka, MR Heithaus, G Scholl, G Eppe, JP Thomé, ...
Environmental Pollution 220, 577-587, 2017
342017
Habitat and resource segregation of two sympatric seals in the North Sea
F Damseaux, U Siebert, P Pomeroy, G Lepoint, K Das
Science of the Total Environment 764, 142842, 2021
172021
Changes in stable isotope compositions during fasting in phocid seals
S Habran, F Damseaux, P Pomeroy, C Debier, D Crocker, G Lepoint, ...
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 33 (2), 176-184, 2019
72019
Preliminary study of oxidative stress biomarkers and trace elements in North Sea Harbour Seals
E Gismondi, L Daneels, F Damseaux, K Lehnert, U Siebert, K Das
Marine pollution bulletin 163, 111905, 2021
12021
Seals in a changing sea: an multi-tracer approach
K Das, U Siebert, F Damseaux, M Pinzone, G Lepoint, A Gilles, ...
SETAC Europe 33rd Annual Meeting, 2023
2023
Comparative analysis of persistent organic pollutants in free-ranging grey and harbour seals from Scotland: Influence of habitat, diet, and sex
K Das, P Pomeroy, M Collard, A Remili, F Damseaux, G Malarvannan, ...
43rd International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), 2023
2023
From museum to field and necropsy sampling: a long history of seals and porpoises in the North Sea
K Das, F Damseaux, P Pomeroy, T Jauniaux, M Pinzone, G Lepoint, ...
24th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, 2022
2022
Multi-tracer approach to apprehend feeding ecology of grey seals and harbour seals in the North Sea
F Damseaux
ULiège-Université de Liège, 2019
2019
Trophic niche structure of marine mammals from the North Sea: Location and time-trend effect
F Damseaux
CIBIM, 2018
2018
Applications of isotope ratio mass spectrometry in aquatic ecosystems at the University of Liège
N Sturaro, F Damseaux, K Das, P Dauby, B Frederich, S Gobert, ...
XXI Meeting of the Belgian Society for Mass Spectrometry, 2018
2018
Trophic ecology of marine mammals in the North Sea
F Damseaux, G Lepoint, K Das
Vliz Marine Science Day 2017, 2017
2017
Ecologie trophique des mammifères marins en mer du Nord
F Damseaux
CIBIM, 2017
2017
A meta-analysis of isotopic compositions of North Sea marine mammals
F Damseaux, G Lepoint, P Pomeroy, U Siebert, T Jauniaux, K Das
2017
Isotopic compositions of North Sea marine mammals
F Damseaux, P Pomeroy, U Sierbert, T Jauniaux, K Das
22nd Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, 2017
2017
Mercury and persistent organic pollutant concentrations in free-ranging bottlenose dolphins from Lower Keys and Coastal Everglades (South Florida)
F Damseaux, J Kiszka, M Heithaus, G Scholl, G Eppe, JP Thomé, J Lewis, ...
VLIZ Marine Scientist Day 2016, 2016
2016
Spatial variations in concentrations of mercury and persistent organic pollutants in coastal bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus, from the Lower Florida Keys and the …
F Damseaux, J Kiszka, M Heithaus, G Scholl, G Eppe, JP Thomé, J Lewis, ...
22st Benelux congress of Zoology, 2015
2015
Spatial variations in the concentrations of mercury and persistent organic pollutants in free-ranging bottlenose dolphins from South Florida
K Das, F Damseaux, MR Heithaus, G Scholl, G Eppe, JP Thomé, J Lewis, ...
21st Conference on the Biology of marine mammals, 2015
2015
L’homme et mammifères marins: une cohabitation difficile!
F Damseaux
2015
Skin and blubber biopsies from whales and dolphins: implications for the study of pollutant exposure
K Das, PR Dorneles, M Pinzone, F Damseaux, A Covaci
2015
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