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Dr A.G.M. van Hattum

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  • Room nr:a-545
  • E-mail:bert.van.hattum@vu.nl
  • Unit:faculteit der aard- en levenswetenschappen (dep. chemistry and biology)
  • Position:Researcher

Summary

Dr Bert van Hattum (PhD) is a senior scientist in environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology with more than 27 years of experience, and has been involved in many experimental, field, and modelling studies on chemical fate, bioaccumulation and food chain transfer, within the scope of PhD projects, contract research for government, industry, NGOs, and various EU Framework projects. Through memberships of professional and network organizations (IAWR, SETAC, SEDNET) he has built up an extensive network. Recent and current studies include the development of models for the exposure assessment of antifoulants and ballast water (MAMPEC), field surveys and models for bioavailability and bioaccumulation in freshwater and estuarine food webs, whole effluent testing of industrial effluents with biological and chemical methods, evaluation frameworks for sediment quality assessment, bioavailability of sediment-bound contaminants, and organotins in marine invertebrates and mammals. He has participated in various advisory workshops on exposure assessment and monitoring for the Dutch Government, US-EPA, IMO/GESAMP, CEFIC and Eurochlor. Teaching activities included contributions on chemistry, toxicology and environmental modelling of pollutants in various BSc and MSc courses at the VU University and the University of Amsterdam, training courses, as well as coaching and supervision of PhD students. He has authored or co-authored over more than 72 reviewed papers, 101 technical reports, 8 book chapters, and 75 presentations at conferences.

Academic training

  • 1995: PhD, Faculty of Biology, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam
  • 1970-1977: Masters degree in Chemistry, University Utrecht. Major Fields: Environmental chemistry, analytical chemistry, chemical oceanography

Professional employment history

  • 1984 - 2006:  Senior scientist, programme manager environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology, Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University, Amsterdam;
  • 1981 – 1984: Reinwater Foundation, Amsterdam
  • 1977 – 1981: Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, University of Amsterdam / Institute for Environmental Studies, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam

 

Selected publications

Link to full publication list at IVM since 1996

Pereira, A.A., Hattum, B. van & Brouwer, A. (2012). Hepatic retinoid levels in seven fish species (teleosts) from a tropical coastal lagoon receiving effluents from iron-ore mining and processing. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 31, 408-416.

Tuikka, A.I., Schmitt, C., Hoess, S., Bandow, N., Ohe P. von der, Zwart, D, de, Deckere E. de, Streck, G., Mothes, S., Hattum, B. van, Kocan, A., Brix, R., Brack, W., Barcelo, D., Sormunen, A. & Kukkonen, J.V. (2011). Toxicity assessment of sediments from three European river basins using a sediment contact test battery. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 74,,123-131.

Bontje, D., Kooi, B. & Hattum, B. van (2011). Sublethal toxic effects in a generic aquatic ecosystem. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 74, 929-939.

Gils, J. van, Hattum, B. van & Westrich, B. (2009). Exposure modelling on a river basin scale in support to risk assessment for chemicals in European river basins. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Monitoring, 5, 80‑85.

Leonards, P.E.G., Hattum, van, B. & Leslie, H. (2008). Assessing the risks of Persistent Organic Pollutants to top predators: a review of approaches. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Monitoring, 4, 386‑398.

Alves Pereira, A., Hattum, B. van, Brouwer, A., Bodegom, P.M. van, Rezende, C.E. & Salomons, W. (2008). Statistical Analysis of Geochemical Processes, Speciation and Bioavailability of Trace Metals in a Tropical Coastal Lagoon. J. Soils & Sediments, 8, 239-252. 

Kooijman, S.A.L.M., Baas, J., Bontje, D., Broerse, M, Jager, T., Gestel, C.A.M. van & Hattum, B. van (2007). Scaling relationships based on partition coefficients and body sizes have similarities and interactions. SAR and QSAR in Environmental Research, 18, 315‑330.

Hattum, B. van, Baart, A.C. & Boon, J.G. (2006). Emission estimation and chemical fate modelling of antifoulants. In Konstantinou, I. (Ed.), Antifouling Paint Biocides Antifoulings, Handbook Of Environmental Chemistry.Vol. 5/O (pp. 101-120). Berlin (Germany): Springer verlag.

Hattum, B. van, Senhorst, H., Tukker, A., Lamoree, M., Sanderson, T. & Koning, A. de (2004). Evaluation of current emissions of chlorinated microcontaminants from the Dutch chlorine chain. IVM Report (E-04/08). Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University, Amsterdam.

Steen, R.J.C.A., Jacobsen, J., Ariese, F., Hattum, B. van & Jacobson, A. (2004). Monitoring of the marine antifoulant 4,5-dichlor-2-n-octyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one (DCOI) in a Danish harbor. Chemosphere, 57(6), 513‑521.

Hattum, B. van, Swart, K., Lamoree, M., Linden, S. van der, Senhorst, H., oogt, P. de & Tukker, A. (2004). Chlorinated Micropollutants in Products. IVM Report (E-04/05). Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University, Amsterdam.

Kramer, K.J.M., Jak, R.G., Hattum, B. van, Hooftman, R.N. & Zwolsman, J.J.G. (2004). Toxicity of bioavailable copper in relation to surface water organic matter: biological effects to Daphnia magna. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 23, 2971‑2980.

Traas, T.P., Wezel, A.P. van, Hermens, J.L.M., Zorn, M., Hattum, B. van & Leeuwen, C.J. van (2004). Environmental quality criteria for organic chemicals predicted from internal effect concentrations and a food web model. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 23(10), 2518‑2527.

Kruseman, G., Hattum, B. van, Bruinsma, F. & Ubbels, B. (2004). Economische consequenties invoering CTT norm zoute bagger specie. Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken / Economisch en Sociaal Instituut, Vrije Universiteit. Rapportnr. RIKZ/2004.038, RIKZ, Den Haag (in Dutch).

Voogt, P.  de & Hattum, B.  van (2003). Critical factors in exposure modeling of endocrine active substances. Pure and Applied Chemistry, 75, 1933-1948.

Stronkhorst, J.F., Ariese, F., Hattum, B. van, Besten, P.J. den, Bergman, M., Daan, R., Kluijver, M. de, Postma, J.F., Murk, T. & Vethaak, D. (2003). Environmental monitoring and recovery at two dumping sites for dredged material in the North Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 124, 17-31.

Besten, P.J. den, Hulscher, D. ten & Hattum, B. van (2003). Bioavailability, uptake and effects of PAHs in aquatic invertebrates. In Douben, P. (Ed.), PAHs: an ecological perspective (pp. 127-146). London: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Hallers-Tjabbes, C.C. ten, Wegener, J.W., Hattum, B. van, Kemp, J.F., Hallers, E. ten & Boon, J.P. (2003). Organotin levels and imposex development in the benthic gastropods Buccinum undatum, Neptunea antiqua from the North Sea. Relations to shipping density and hydrography. Marine Environmental Research 53, 203‑233.

Steen, R.J.C.A., Evers, E.H.G., Hattum, B. van, Cofino, W.P. & Brinkman, U.A.T. (2002). Net fluxes of pesticides from the Scheldt Estuary into the North Sea: a model approach. Environmental Pollution, 116, 75‑84.

Hattum, B. van, Baart, A.C. & Boon, J.G. (2002). Computer model to generate predicted environmental concentrations (PECs) for antifouling products in the marine environment - 2nd edition accompanying the release of Mam-Pec version 1.4. IVM Report (E-02/04). Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University, Amsterdam.

Lamoree, M.H., Swart, C.P., Horst, A. van der & Hattum, B. van (2002). Determination of diuron and the antifouling paint biocide Irgarol 1051 in Dutch marinas and coastal waters. J. Chromatography A., 970, 183-190.

Hattum, B. van & Cid Montañés, J.F. (1999). Toxicokinetics and bioconcentration of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in freshwater isopods. Environ. Sci. Technol., 33, 2409-2417.

Leonards, P.E.G., Broekhuizen, S., Voogt, P. de, Straalen, N.M. van, Brinkman, U.A.T., Cofino, W.P. & Hattum, B. van (1998). Studies of bioaccumulation and biotransformation of PCBs in mustelids based on concentration and congener patterns in predators and preys. Archives Of Environmental Contamination And Toxicology, 35, 654-665.

Stäb, J.A., Traas, T.P., Stroomberg, G., Kesteren, J. van, Leonards, P., Hattum, B. van, Brinkman, U.A.Th. & Cofino, W.P. (1996). Determination of organotin compounds in the Foodweb of a Shallow Freshwater Lake in the Netherlands. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 31(3), 319-328.

Hattum, B. van, Straalen, N. van & Govers, H. (1996). Trace metals in populations of freshwater isopods - influence of biotic and abiotic variables. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 31(3), 303-318.


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