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Dr Hartl is an Associate Professor of Marine Biology, specializing in Marine Ecotoxicology in the Centre for Marine Biodiversity & Biotechnology (CMBB), Institute of Life and Earth Sciences, at Heriot-Watt University. He is also Director of the CMBB and Director of Studies for the MSc cluster in Marine, Environment and Climate Change (shttp://www.hw.ac.uk/marinemsc). Dr Hartl represents the Marine Alliance for Science & technology, Scotland (MASTS) on the Scottish Government’s Marine Litter Advisory Group Steering Committee and leads the MASTS Stressors Forum (http://www.masts.ac.uk/research/research-forums/marine-stressors-forum/). He received an MSc from the University of Vienna (1996) in Biology (Zoology/Marine Ecology) and a PhD from the University of Southampton (2000). Following a Postdoctoral Fellowship at University College Cork (2001-2006), he took up a position as Lecturer in the School of Life Sciences at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. He was president of the Physiology Section of the American Fisheries Society (2010-2012) and served on the Environmental Pollution Review Panel for FORMAS (2011-2014).

 

 

Latest Papers:

the conversation logo Hartl, M. (2018) WhyClimate Change is Making Pollution Monitoring More Difficult

 

JEE

Connell, S., Fernandes, T. F., Hartl, M. G. J. (2017). Climate change: implications for ecotoxicological environmental impact assessment. JEE. 143.

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Blumenröder, J., Sechet, P., Kokonnen, J. and Hartl, M. G. J. (2017). Microplastic contamination of intertidal sediments of Scapa Flow, Orkney: a first assessment. Mar Pollut Bull 124: 112-120.

Latest Citations: h-index (Google Scholar): 16

02 April 2019

Echavarri-Bravo, V., Paterson, L., Aspray, T.J., Porter, J.S., Winson, M.K., Hartl, M.G.J., 2017. Natural marine bacteria as model organisms for the hazard-assessment of consumer products containing silver nanoparticles. Mar. Environ. Res. 130, 293-302.

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Cervantes-Avilés, P., Huang, Y., Keller, A.A., 2019. Incidence and persistence of silver nanoparticles throughout the wastewater treatment process. Wat Res. 156, 188-198.

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28 March 2019

Echavarri-Bravo, V., Paterson, L., Aspray, T.J., Porter, J.S., Winson, M.K., Hartl, M.G.J., 2017. Natural marine bacteria as model organisms for the hazard-assessment of consumer products containing silver nanoparticles. Mar. Environ. Res. 130, 293-302.

cited by

Kalantzi, I., Mylona, K., Toncelli, C., Bucheli, T.D., Knauer, K., Pergantis, S.A., Pitta, P., Tsiola, A., Tsapakis, M., 2019. Ecotoxicity of silver nanoparticles on plankton organisms: a review. J Nanopart Res. 21, 65.

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