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Cathrin Veenaas

Telefon: 55238500
Avdeling: Marin toksikologi

In my current project I am developing models to predict the uptake of chemicals (additives or contaminants) from fish feed and their metabolism and potential accumulation in the fish fillet. The goal is to develop a generic model that can be applied across a large range of compounds by employing quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSAR).

In my previous research I studied the occurrence of new and emerging contaminants (non-target screening) in sediment, water, sewage sludge and biological samples. Most recently my research was focused on the Arctic marine environment. The techniques I used include gas chromatography (GC), comprehensive two-dimensional GC (GCxGC) and liquid chromatography (LC) coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS). I have developed and used different tools and techniques to facilitate and prioritize the identification of unknown organic contaminants by using for example time trend analysis or retention time prediction in combination with a newly developed retention index for GCxGC.


Vitenskapelige artikler (NVI)


Toward the Detection of Oil Spills in Newly Formed Sea Ice Using C-Band Multipolarization Radar

Elvis Asihene, Durell S. Desmond, Madison L. Harasyn, David Landry, Cathrin Veenaas, Amirbahador Mansoori, Mark Christopher Fuller, Gary Stern, David G. Barber, Colin Gilmore, Dustin Isleifson
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 60 p. 4302615

Analysis of volatile organic compounds in indoor environments using thermal desorption with comprehensive two‐dimensional gas chromatography and high‐resolution time‐of‐flight mass spectrometry

Cathrin Veenaas, Matyas Ripszam, Peter Haglund
Journal of Separation Science 43 p. 1489-1498

Differences in chemical composition of indoor air in rooms associated/not associated with building related symptoms

Cathrin Veenaas, Matyas Ripszam, Bo Glas, Ingrid Liljelind, Anna-Sara Claeson, Peter Haglund
Science of The Total Environment 720 p. 137444

Retention-time prediction in comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography to aid identification of unknown contaminants

Cathrin Veenaas, Anna Linusson, Peter Haglund
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 410 p. 7931-7941

Nontarget Screening and Time-Trend Analysis of Sewage Sludge Contaminants via Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography–High Resolution Mass Spectrometry

Cathrin Veenaas, Anders Bignert, Per Liljelind, Peter Haglund
Environmental Science and Technology 52 p. 7813-7822

A retention index system for comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography using polyethylene glycols

Cathrin Veenaas, Peter Haglund
Journal of Chromatography A 1536 p. 67-74

Methodology for non-target screening of sewage sludge using comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography coupled to high-resolution mass spectrometry

Cathrin Veenaas, Peter Haglund
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 409 p. 4867-4883

Dissolved organic carbon quality and sorption of organic pollutants in the baltic sea in light of future climate change

Matyas Ripszam, Joanna Paczkowska, João Figueira, Cathrin Veenaas, Peter Haglund
Environmental Science and Technology 49 p. 1445-1452

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Maximizing output from non-target screening

Birgitta Andreasen, Bert van Bavel, Stellan Fishcher, Peter Haglund, Pawel Rostkowski, Malcolm James Reid, Saer Samanipour, Martin Schlabach, Cathrin Veenaas, Maria Dam
Nordic Council of Ministers TemaNord p. 40

Developing tools for non-target analysis and digital archiving of organic urban water pollutants

Cathrin Veenaas

Suspect screening in Nordic countries: Point sources in city areas

Martin Schlabach, Peter Haglund, Malcolm James Reid, Pawel Rostkowski, Cathrin Veenaas, Kine Bæk, Bert Van Bavel
Nordic Council of Ministers TemaNord p. 88
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