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Dr. Larissa Dsikowitzky

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Gebäude: Lochnerstr.
Haus B
Raum: 207
Lochnerstr. 4-20
52056 Aachen

Zugehörigkeit

Lehrstuhl für Erdöl und Kohle

Kontakt

Telefon: +49-241-80-98295
E-Mail: Larissa.Dsikowitzky@emr.rwth-aachen.de



Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Quellen, Umweltverhalten und Verteilungsmechanismen organischer Kontaminanten in aquatischen Systemen
     
  • Identifizierung von Eintragsquellen mit organischen Markersubstanzen
     
  • Akkumulation von Kontaminanten in makrobenthischen Invertebraten und Fischen
     
  • Identifizierung und Quantifizierung neuer organischer Kontaminanten in Wasser, Sedimenten und aquatischen Organismen mit GC-MS Screeningtechniken
     

 

Forschungsprojekte

2015

"Assessment of chemical contamination in a coastal ecosystem subject to aquaculture discharges as a base for evaluating the related biological response", im Rahmen des chinesisch-deutschen Verbundprojektes ECOLOC: “Environmental change affecting COastal ecosystems of tropical China during the Anthropocene: Landward vs. OCeanic influence”

2012

“Sources and risks of organic contaminant and heavy metal burden in seafood from Jakarta Bay”, im Rahmen des deutsch-indonesischen Forschungsprogrammes SPICE III (Science for the Protection of Indonesian Coastal Marine Ecosystems)

2010

“Land-Sea Interactions along Coastal Ecosystems of Tropical China: Hainan” – (LANCET)

2008

Teilnahme am deutsch-chinesischen Programm “Deutschland und China gemeinsam in Bewegung”, Ausstellung in Guangzhou, China

2007

„Organisch-chemische Charakterisierung von Abwässern verschiedener industrieller Direkteinleiter und ihr Umweltverhalten in fluviatilen Systemen Nordrhein-Westfalens“

2006 „Identifizierung stofflicher Indikatoren für Rüstungs- und Kriegsaltlasten im subaquatischen Raum“

Akademischer Lebenslauf

 

Erwerbstätigkeit

Seit 2012 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Lehrstuhl für Geologie, Geochemie und Lagerstätten des Erdöls und der Kohle, RWTH-Aachen
2007-2011 Koordinatorin des deutsch-chinesischen Verbundprojektes LANCET (Land-Sea Interactions along Coastal Ecosystems of Tropical China: Hainan) am Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenökologie, Bremen
2005-2006 Post-doc am Lehrstuhl für Geologie, Geochemie und Lagerstätten des Erdöls und der Kohle, RWTH-Aachen

Ausbildung

1999-2002 Promotion im Fachgebiet Umweltgeochemie am Lehrstuhl für Geologie, Geochemie und Lagerstätten des Erdöls und der Kohle,
RWTH-Aachen
1995-1998

Hauptstudium Geologie und Paläontologie,
Fachbereich Geowissenschaften, Universität Hamburg,
Abschluss: Diplom
Schwerpunkte: Biogeochemie und Organische Geochemie

1991-1994 Grundstudium Geologie und Paläontologie,
Fachbereich Geowissenschaften,
Universität Köln,
Abschluss: Vordiplom

Publikationen

Referierte Fachzeitschriften

Schwarzbauer, J.; Stock, F.; Brückner, H.; Dsikowitzky, L.; Krichel, M. (2017) Molecular organic indicators for human activities in the Roman harbor of Ephesus, Turkey. Geoarchaeology, accepted

Dsikowitzky, L.; Schäfer, L.; Dwiyitno; Ariyani, F.; Irianto, H. E.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2017) Evidence of massive river pollution in the tropical megacity Jakarta as indicated by faecal steroid occurrence and the seasonal flushing out into the coastal ecosystem. Environmental Chemistry Letters, doi: 10.1007/s10311-017-0641-3

Breckwoldt, A.; Dsikowitzky, L.; Baum , G.; Ferse, S.C.A.;  van der Wulp, S.; Kusumanti, I.; Ramadhan, A.; Adrianto, L. (2016) A review of stressors, uses and management perspectives for the larger Jakarta Bay Area, Indonesia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.08.040

Sindern, S.; Tremöhlen, M.;  Dsikowitzky, L.; Gronen1, L.; Schwarzbauer, J.; Siregar, T. H.; Ariyani, F.; Irianto, H. E. (2016) Heavy metals in river and coast sediments of the Jakarta Bay region (Indonesia) - geogenic versus anthropogenic sources. Marine Pollution Bulletin, doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.06.003.

van der Wulp, S.; Dsikowitzky, L.; Hesse, K. J.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2016) Master Plan Jakarta, Indonesia: The Giant Seawall and the need for structural treatment of municipal waste water. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.05.048.

Siregar, T.H.; Priyanto, N.; Putri, A.K.; Rachmawati, N.; Triwibowo, R.; Dsikowitzky, L.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2016) Spatial distribution and seasonal variation of the trace hazardous element contamination in Jakarta Bay, Indonesia.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Sträter, M.; Dwiyitno; Ariyani, F.; Irianto, H. E.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2016) First comprehensive screening of lipophilic organic contaminants in surface waters of the megacity Jakarta, Indonesia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.02.019.

Dwiyitno; Dsikowitzky, L.; Nordhaus, I.; Andarwulan, N.; Irianto, H. E.; Lioe, H.N.; Ariyani, F.; Kleinertz, S.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2016) Accumulation patterns of lipophilic organic contaminants in surface sediments and in economic important mussel and fish species from Jakarta Bay, Indonesia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.01.034.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Ferse, S.; Schwarzbauer, J.; Vogt, T.S.; Irianto, H. E. (2016) Editorial - Impacts of megacities on tropical coastal ecosystems – The case of Jakarta, Indonesia. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2015.11.060

Dsikowitzky, L.; Botalova, O.; Illgut, S.; Bosowski, S.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2015) Identification of characteristic organic contaminants in wastewaters from modern paper production sites and subsequent tracing in a river. Journal of Hazardous Materials 300: 254–262.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2015) Hexa(methoxymethyl)melamine: An Emerging Contaminant in German Rivers. Water Environment Research 87: 461-469.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2014) Industrial organic contaminants: Identification, toxicity and fate in the environment. Environmental Chemistry Letters 12: 371-386.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Botalova, O.; al Sandouk-Lincke, N.A.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2014) Identification of specific organic contaminants in different units of a chemical production site. Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts, 16: 1779 – 1789.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Nordhaus, I.; C.H., Sujatha; P.S., Akhil; Soman, K.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2014) A combined chemical and biological assessment of industrial contamination in an estuarine system in Kerala, India. Science of the Total Environment 485: 348-362.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Dwiyitno; Heruwati, E.; Ariyani, F.; Irianto, H. E.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2014) Exceptionally high concentrations of the insect repellent N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide (DEET) in surface waters from Jakarta, Indonesia, Environmental Chemistry Letters, 12: 371-386.

Jennerjahn, T.C.; Dsikowitzky, L.; Zhang, J.; Wang, D.R. (2013) Editorial - Land–Sea Interactions in Tropical Ecosystems of Hainan, China. In: Land – Sea Interactions in Tropical Ecosystems of Hainan, China, (eds. Jennerjahn, T.C.; Zhang, J.; Wang, D.R.; Dsikowitzky, L.), Special Issue, Continental Shelf Research 57: 1-2.

Zhang, J.; Wang, D.R.; Jennerjahn, T.C.; Dsikowitzky, L. (2013). Land-Sea Interactions at the East Coast of Hainan Island, South China Sea: A Synthesis. In: Land – Sea Interactions in Tropical Ecosystems of Hainan, China, (eds. Jennerjahn, T.C.; Zhang, J.; Wang, D.R.; Dsikowitzky, L.), Special Issue, Continental Shelf Research 57: 132-142.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Mengesha, M.; Dadebo, E.; de Carvalho, C.E.V.; Sindern, S. (2013) Assessment of heavy metals in water samples and tissues of edible fish species from Awassa and Koka Rift Valley Lakes, Ethiopia. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 185: 3117-3131.

Glaser, M.; Christie, P.; Diele, K.; Dsikowitzky, L.; Ferse, S.; Nordhaus, I.; Schlüter, A.; Schwerdtner Mañez, K.; Wild, C. (2012) Measuring and understanding sustainability-enhancing processes in tropical coastal and marine social-ecological systems. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4: 1-9.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Nordhaus, I.; Jennerjahn, T.; Khrycheva, P.; Sivatharshan, Y.; Yuwono, E.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2011) Anthropogenic organic contaminants in water, sediments and benthic organisms of the mangrove-fringed Segara Anakan Lagoon, Java, Indonesia. Marine Pollution Bulletin 62: 851–862.

Schwarzbauer, J.; Sindern, S.; Dsikowitzky, L.; Liebezeit, G. (2010) Geochemical analysis of Lake Bant sediments to ascertain inorganic and organic indicators for warfare residues. Journal of Soils and Sediments 10: 104-118.

Botalova, O.; Schwarzbauer, J; Frauenrath, T.; Dsikowitzky, L. (2009) Identification and chemical characterization of specific organic constituents of petrochemical effluents. Water Research 43: 3797-3812.

Kronimus, A.; Schwarzbauer, J.; Dsikowitzky, L.; Littke, R. (2006) Compound-specific stable carbon isotope analyses of riverine water organic contaminants. Environmental Chemistry Letters 4: 23-28.

Schwarzbauer, J.; Dsikowitzky, L.; Heim, S.; Littke, R. (2005) Determination of 13C/12C-ratios of anthropogenic organic contaminants in river water samples by GC-irmMS. International Journal of Environmental & Analytical Chemistry 85: 349-364.

Kronimus, A.; Schwarzbauer, J.; Dsikowitzky, L.; Heim, S.; Littke, R. (2004) Anthropogenic organic contaminants in sediments of the Lippe River, Germany. Water Research 38: 3473-3484.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Schwarzbauer, J.; Kronimus, A.; Littke, R. (2004) The anthropogenic contribution to the organic load of the Lippe River (Germany), Part I: Qualitative characterization of low-molecular weight organic compounds. Chemosphere 57: 1275-1288.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Schwarzbauer, J.; Littke, R. (2004) The anthropogenic contribution to the organic load of the Lippe River (Germany), Part II: Quantification of specific organic contaminants. Chemosphere 57: 1289-1300.

Dsikowitzky, L.; Schwarzbauer, J.; Littke, R. (2002) Distribution of polycyclic musks in water and sediments of the Lippe River, Germany. Organic Geochemistry 33: 1747-1758.

 

Buchkapitel

Dsikowitzky, L.; Schwarzbauer, J. (2013) Organic contaminants from industrial wastewaters: Their identification, toxicity and fate in the environment. In: Pollutant Diseases, Remediation and Recycling, Environmental Chemistry for a Sustainable World 4 (eds. Lichtfouse, E.; Schwarzbauer, J.; Robert, D.), Springer International Publishing Switzerland, pp. 45-101.

 

 


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