Her main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Pesticide, Animal science, Ecology and Persistent organic pollutant. The Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Bird egg and Chlordane. Her work on Organochlorine pesticide as part of general Pesticide study is frequently linked to Milk fat, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her Animal science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hexachlorobenzene and Tasa. Her work in the fields of Ecology, such as Arctic, African darter and Cormorant, overlaps with other areas such as Bubulcus ibis and Darter. She combines subjects such as Mercury, Fratercula arctica, Rissa tridactyla and Uria aalge with her study of Persistent organic pollutant.
Her primary scientific interests are in Environmental chemistry, Pollutant, Ecology, Arctic and Pesticide. Her Environmental chemistry study incorporates themes from Trophic level, Polybrominated diphenyl ethers, Persistent organic pollutant and Animal science. She has included themes like Contamination, Ursus maritimus, Bird egg, Seabird and Mercury in her Pollutant study.
As part of her studies on Ecology, she often connects relevant areas like Fishery. She focuses mostly in the field of Arctic, narrowing it down to topics relating to Sea ice and, in certain cases, Apex predator. When carried out as part of a general Pesticide research project, her work on Hexachlorobenzene, Organochlorine pesticide, Dieldrin and Chlordane is frequently linked to work in Human breast milk, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Anuschka Polder spends much of her time researching Pollutant, Bird egg, Zoology, Trophic level and Tanzania. Her Pollutant research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ursus maritimus, Mammal, Physiology and Home range. The various areas that Anuschka Polder examines in her Ursus maritimus study include Adult female and Animal science.
She has researched Bird egg in several fields, including Gygis alba, Fairy tern and Anous. She undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Trophic level and Hexabromocyclododecane through her research. In her work, Anuschka Polder performs multidisciplinary research in Mullet and Environmental chemistry.
Anuschka Polder mainly focuses on Pollutant, Tanzania, Physiology, Cord blood and Distribution. Her Pollutant research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mammal, Ursus maritimus, Sea ice, Adult female and Fishery. Her Tanzania study spans across into areas like Heavy metals, Fish stock, Fish farming, Veterinary medicine and Aquaculture.
Her Physiology research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Fetus and Placenta.
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Human health risk associated with brominated flame-retardants (BFRs).
Jan L. Lyche;Carola Rosseland;Gunnar Berge;Anuschka Polder.
Environment International (2015)
Spatial and temporal changes of chlorinated pesticides, PCBs, dioxins (PCDDs/PCDFs) and brominated flame retardants in human breast milk from Northern Russia
A. Polder;G.W. Gabrielsen;J.Ø. Odland;T.N. Savinova.
Science of The Total Environment (2008)
Chlorinated hydrocarbons in glaucous gulls (Larus hyperboreus) in the southern part of Svalbard
Geir Wing Gabrielsen;Janneche Utne Skaare;Anuschka Polder;Vidar Bakken.
Science of The Total Environment (1995)
Levels and temporal trends of chlorinated pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls and brominated flame retardants in individual human breast milk samples from Northern and Southern Norway.
A. Polder;C. Thomsen;Gunilla Lindström;K. B. Loken.
Congener-specific determination of polychlorinated biphenyls and organochlorine pesticides in human milk from Norwegian mothers living in Oslo.
Hege Rebecka Johansen;Georg Becher;Anuschka Polder;Janneche Utne Skaare.
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health (1994)
Current state of knowledge on biological effects from contaminants on arctic wildlife and fish
Rune Dietz;Robert J. Letcher;Jean Pierre Desforges;Igor Eulaers.
Science of The Total Environment (2019)
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers and HBCD in bird eggs of South Africa
A. Polder;B. Venter;J.U. Skaare;J.U. Skaare;H. Bouwman.
Prenatal and Postnatal Exposure to Persistent Organic Pollutants and Infant Growth: A Pooled Analysis of Seven European Birth Cohorts
Nina Iszatt;Hein Stigum;Marc-André Verner;Richard Aubrey White.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2015)
Levels of chlorinated pesticides and polychlorinated biphenyls in Norwegian breast milk (2002-2006), and factors that may predict the level of contamination.
A. Polder;J.U. Skaare;J.U. Skaare;E. Skjerve;K.B. Løken.
Science of The Total Environment (2009)
Levels and patterns of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPS) in selected food items from Northwest Russia (1998-2002) and implications for dietary exposure.
A. Polder;T.N. Savinova;A. Tkachev;K.B. Løken.
Science of The Total Environment (2010)
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