His primary areas of study are Environmental chemistry, Oceanography, Sediment, Biomonitoring and Estuary. The various areas that Willy Baeyens examines in his Environmental chemistry study include Mercury, Chromatography, Carbonate and Seawater. He combines subjects such as Phytoplankton, New production and Pollution with his study of Oceanography.
His research in Sediment intersects with topics in Trace metal, Water pollution, Water column, Anoxic waters and Pore water pressure. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cadmium, Pollutant, Blood chemistry and Environmental health. His Estuary research integrates issues from Salinity and Nutrient.
Willy Baeyens spends much of his time researching Environmental chemistry, Sediment, Oceanography, CALUX and Chromatography. His Environmental chemistry research also works with subjects such as
Willy Baeyens usually deals with Oceanography and limits it to topics linked to Phytoplankton and Nitrate. His study in Methylmercury extends to Chromatography with its themes. The concepts of his Sample preparation study are interwoven with issues in Certified reference materials and Mass spectrometry.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Physiology, Toxicology, Endocrinology and Internal medicine. Willy Baeyens performs integrative Environmental chemistry and CALUX research in his work. His Physiology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mitochondrial DNA, Hexachlorobenzene, Biomonitoring, Respiratory system and Peripheral blood.
His Biomonitoring research includes elements of Thyroid hormones and Methylmercury. The study incorporates disciplines such as Urine, Pollutant, Passive smoking and Arsenic in addition to Toxicology. His research integrates issues of Cord blood and Environmental exposure in his study of Endocrinology.
Willy Baeyens mainly focuses on Toxicology, Urine, Physiology, Environmental exposure and Internal medicine. His studies deal with areas such as North sea, Contamination, Pollutant and Arsenic as well as Toxicology. Willy Baeyens interconnects Environmental chemistry, Biomonitoring, Metabolite and Carcinogen in the investigation of issues within Urine.
His study in Environmental chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Seawater, Phytoplankton and Diffusive gradients in thin films. He works mostly in the field of Physiology, limiting it down to topics relating to Odds ratio and, in certain cases, Endocrine system. His Hormone study in the realm of Internal medicine connects with subjects such as Aromatase.
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Mercury in environmental samples: Speciation, artifacts and validation
Martine Leermakers;Willy Baeyens;Philippe Quevauviller;Milena Horvat.
Trends in Analytical Chemistry (2005)
High resolution distribution of trace elements in the calcite shell layer of modern mytilus edulis: environmental and biological controls
Erika Vander Putten;Frank Dehairs;Edward Keppens;Willy Baeyens.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2000)
Accumulation of trace metals in the muscle and liver tissues of five fish species from the Persian Gulf.
Homira Agah;Martine Leermakers;Marc Elskens;S. Mohamad Rez Fatemi.
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (2009)
Toxic arsenic compounds in environmental samples : Speciation and validation
M. Leermakers;W. Baeyens;M. De Gieter;B. Smedts.
Trends in Analytical Chemistry (2006)
Strong biological controls on Sr/Ca ratios in aragonitic marine bivalve shells
David Paul Gillikin;Anne Lorrain;Anne Lorrain;Jacques Navez;Jacques Navez;James W. Taylor.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2005)
Heavy metals in Lake Balaton: water column, suspended matter, sediment and biota
H.l. Nguyen;Martine Leermakers;J. Osan;S. Torok.
Science of The Total Environment (2005)
Bioconcentration and Biomagnification of Mercury and Methylmercury in North Sea and Scheldt Estuary Fish
W Baeyens;M Leermakers;T Papina;A Saprykin.
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (2003)
Barium uptake into the shells of the common mussel (Mytilus edulis) and the potential for estuarine paleo-chemistry reconstruction
David P. Gillikin;Frank Dehairs;Anne Lorrain;Dirk Steenmans.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2006)
Accumulation of suspended barite at mesopelagic depths and export production in the southern ocean.
Frank Dehairs;Willy Baeyens;Leo Goeyens.
Origin and fate of organic carbon in the freshwater part of the Scheldt Estuary as traced by stable carbon isotope composition
L. Hellings;F.A. Dehairs;M. Tackx;E. Keppens.
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