Lars-Eric Heimbürger, PhD
Chemical Oceanographer
  
Aix Marseille Université
CNRS/INSU
Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography (MIO) UM 110
13288 Marseille
France

phone:
+33 486 090 614

cell:
+33 630 266 544

email:
heimburger@lars-eric.com

web:
www.lars-eric.com

Interest
Application of novel techniques to outstanding questions on trace metal cycling in the marine environment, with an emphasis on isotope, low-level speciation, and sensor approaches to understand marine mercury dynamics.







Shipping address:

Dr. Lars-Eric Heimbürger
Enironmental Chemistry Group
MIO - Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography
OCEANOMED
Campus de Luminy

163 avenue de Luminy
13288 Marseille
France



Skills

Trace clean sampling:
Atmosphere:
  • wet&dry depostion (bulk, MTX)
  • aerosols (Partisol, EchoHiVol)
  • gaz phase (Tekran, EchoHiVol, Gardis5)
Ocean:
  • seawater (NIOZ TITAN ultra-clean system,  CTD probe - Seabird, with 1010X Niskins)
  • suspended particulate matter: in situ pumps (McLane, Challenger)
  • marine export flux: sediment traps (Technicap PPS 5)
  • plankton : clean net trawling / sample treatment
  • seaice
Marine Sediments:
  • sediment cores (box corer, mono- and multicorer, NIOZ-corer)
Continent:
  • peat bog (Waardenar & Belarus)
Analyses of trace metals:
  • MC-ICP-MS (Neptune)
  • SF-ICP-MS (Element 2/XR) coupled to GC and HPLC
  • ICP-MS (X series)
  • HG-CV-AFS, CV-AFS (Brooks Rand M3, Tekran 2500)
  • AAS (Milestone DMA-80, Altec AMA-254)
Analyses of organic tracers:
  • PCBs, PAHs, PBDEs, organic biomarkers: GC-MS



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