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Steve Rowland

 

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Professor Steve Rowland

  • Job title: Professor of Organic Geochemistry, School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science & Environment)
  • Address: Room 628, Davy Building, Drake Circus,
    Plymouth, Devon, PL4 8AA
  • Telephone: +441752584557
  • Alternative telephone: +44 (0)1752 584557
  • Facsimile: +44 (0)1752 584710
  • Email: S.Rowland@plymouth.ac.uk


Role
After more than 30 years in organic geochemistry research, at 59 Steve Rowland is currently Professor of Organic Geochemistry, Head of the Petroleum and Environmental Geochemistry Group and co Director of the Biogeochemistry Research Centre. He was also formerly an Honorary Professor at the University of Exeter, Visiting Professor and  Blaustein  Fellow at Stanford University, USA and a Visiting Professor at the CSIRO in Australia. He has published over 200 papers including in the leading journals Science  and Nature, supervised more than 35 Ph.D  students and won research grants worth millions of  pounds. In 2008 Steve was awarded a prestigious European Research Council Advanced Research Grant of 2 million euros, one of only 100 awards in science & engineering in the EU, one of 19 in the UK. Steve teaches chemistry and environmental chemistry at BSc level at the university. He was a member of the governing bodies of Lewannick Primary School and Launceston College for many years . His outside activities include  walking a limping Labrador and  fly-fishing .
 

Qualifications & background

BSc (Hons) Bristol

PhD Bristol

FRSC

Chartered Chemist

Steve Rowland was educated at Okehampton Grammar School, Devon and following 2 years scientific 'apprenticeship' and a Higher National Certificate in Chemistry in the laboratories of Kodak Ltd, he was an undergraduate (BSc Joint Hons Chemistry & Geology 1977) at the University of Bristol. He returned to the University of Bristol as a postgraduate following 2 years in a small mass spectrometry consultancy firm. After completing a Ph.D. under the supervision of Professor James Maxwell (now FRS), he undertook postdoctoral research with Professor Bob Alexander at Curtin University, Western Australia and then as a British Petroleum fellow at the University of Newcastle UK with Dr Archie Douglas. Steve was appointed to a lectureship at Plymouth Polytechnic in 1984, a Readership in 1989 and awarded a Personal Chair at the University of Plymouth in 1993.He was a Visiting Professor at the CSIRO Marine Laboratory in Hobart, Tasmania in 1997/8 working with Dr John Volkman, sponsored by The Royal Society and British Council and an Associate Editor of the international  journal, Organic Geochemistry 1996-2004. From 1993-2001 he was a full board member and Membership Officer of the European Association of Organic Geochemists. Steve is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, former committee member and a past Chair of the Royal Society of Chemistry (Peninsula Section) and a member of the Association for Chemistry and the Environment. He was a member of the international judging panel of the Kuwait Science Prize ($100,000) in December 2002 and an organiser of the 4th International Meeting on Environmental Chemistry in Plymouth held in Dec 2003. In 2005 Steve was an advisor on environmental science education to Kuwait University and he was  a consultant to the Norwegian Research Council 2004-2006. In 2005 Steve was made a Visiting Professor and Blaustein Fellow in the Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences at Stanford University USA and was awarded a Royal Society travel grant to support a short study visit to the University of Calgary (Prof Steve Larter), Canada in August 2005. Steve has acted as an external examiner of numerous PhD candidates in the UK and overseas. He is a consultant to oilfield specialists Oil Plus Ltd, Newbury UK, on an industry -funded  project on naphthenic acid chemistry and was a consultant to the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office on forensic oil identification methods. He was a member of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Peer Review College until May 2008,  a member of the NERC Life Sciences Mass Spectrometry Committee 2005-2009 and of NERC Services Review Group and  of  Science Foundation Ireland Geosciences Review Panels 2008. Steve delivered the opening plenary lecture at the 23rd International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry 2007 and gave a keynote lecture at the Australian Organic Geochemistry Conference in Adelaide in 2008. Steve won the  'Making Plymouth Great' Business Ideas Challenge in 2007 and was a finalist  with industry sponsors Oil Plus Ltd in 'The Engineer' Technology & Innovation awards Oct 3rd 2008  held at the Royal Society, London. One his papers was one of the most cited American Chemical Society papers in Environmental Science & Technology in 2007. In July 2008 Steve was awarded a European Research Council Advanced Investigators award of 2 million euros, one of only 105 awards in Europe for science and engineering (1 of  only 19 in the UK ) from 997 applicants. Steve became co-Director of the Biogeochemistry Research Centre in 2010. The Centre was awarded the University of Plymouth Vice-Chancellors Award for Best Research Team in 2010. He was a finalist for the Most Innovative Researcher award in 2011 and shortlisted in 2013. Steve delivered the Scott Simpson lecture to the 49th Annual Meeting of the Ussher Society in January 2011, a plenary lecture at the 25th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry in Switzerland in September 2011 and an opening lecture to Separation Science Europe at the Royal Institution, London in October 2011. He gave an invited lecture at the Goldschmidt Geochemistry conference in Montreal, Canada in June 2012 and has been invited to give a plenary lecture at the Kuwait Chemistry Conference in 2014.

 

Professional membership

Fellow Royal Society of Chemistry

Chartered Chemist

Fellow Geological Society of London (lapsed)

Chair Royal Society of Chemistry Peninsula Section 2003-2004

Committee Member Royal Society of Chemistry Peninsula Section 2004-2007

Editor 'Organic Geochemistry' (Elsevier) 1996-2004

Membership Officer & Board Member European Association of Organic Geochemistry 8 years

Member of the Geochemical Society

Member of the European Association of Organic Geochemistry

Member of the Association for Chemistry & the Environment

Professional Member American Association for the Advancement of Science

Visiting Professor CSIRO Australia 1997-98

Visiting Professor & Blaustein Fellow Stanford University, USA 2005-2006

Honorary Professor Peninsula Medical School 2008-

 

Roles on external bodies

NERC Life Sciences Mass Spectrometry Steering Committee 2005-2009

NERC Services Review Committee 2007

NERC Peer Review College 2005-2008

Lord Chancellor's Committee for Appointment of Magistrates 2007-2011

Elected Member RSC Peninsula Section 2005-2008

Course Advisor Faculty of Science Kuwait University 2005
Chair Royal Society of Chemistry Peninsula Section 2003-2004
University representative South West Regional Development Agency (Physical Sciences) 2003

External Examiner MSc Newcastle University 2000-2003

Vice Chair Governors Lewannick C P School 2000-2003

Chair Finance Lewannick C P School 2000-2003

Parent Governor Launceston College 2004-2008

 


Teaching interests

Steve was Head of the Centre for Chemical Sciences  2006-2008 (CCS; webpage http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/chemistry). Much of Steve's teaching covers aspects of environmental organic chemistry including a Masters (MSc) course on Oil Pollution. In addition, he has been involved in the production of new teaching material. In collaboration with Prof Simon Belt (2003 RSC Higher education Award winner) he devised a series of case studies on organic chemistry (1st year undergraduate level) for the RSC published in 2006 and is presently preparing similar material funded by the Chemistry For Our Future fund administered by the RSC. Steve acted as External Examiner to the University of Newcastle taught course MSc in Environmental Biogeochemistry for 3 years (2000-2003) and as an External Examiner for Kuwait University proposed BSc in Environmental Science (2005).

 

Staff serving as external examiners

External Examiner for MSc in Environmental Biogeochemistry at University of Newcastle (taught course) 2001-2003

PhD External Examiner:

Many, including:

(Latest) University of Newcastle,

University of Liverpool,

University of Strathclyde,

University of Bristol,

University of York,

University of Exeter.

University of Oldenburg (Germany)

External Advisor BSc Environmental Science Kuwait University 2005

 


Research interests

Steve's major interests are in the areas of organic and environmental organic geochemistry, with particular emphasis in these areas:

Origin and significance of highly branched acyclic isoprenoids (e.g. use as climate proxies,  calibrants for molecular evolution etc).

Nature of unresolved complex mixtures of hydrocarbons and naphthenic acids (e.g. effects as pollutants, corrosive chemicals, pipeline blockages etc)

Fate and effects of organic pollutants especially oil pollution (e.g. effects of dispersants on toxicity and longevity of oil pollution)

Fate and effects of plastics and other hydrophobic pollutants (e.g. transport of toxic pollutants into marine organisms).

 

Origin and Significance of Highly Branched Acyclic Isoprenoids

The structural and stereochemical specificity conferred on many organic molecules during biosynthesis is preserved when the compounds are incorporated into sediments. Proof of the structures of such molecules (biological markers) has had such a dramatic impact on petroleum geochemistry that laboratories worldwide are now equipped with the analytical instrumentation necessary for monitoring changes in such compounds. Amongst the most valuable and widely used are a number of acyclic isoprenoid hydrocarbons. Steve's group have made significant contributions to this area including the pioneering syntheses and identifications of crocetane (methanotrophic bacteria) and haslane and rhizane(diatoms) chemical fossils.

The first synthesis and complete spectral characterisation (MS, 13C NMR) of a novel C25 isoprenoid alkane (haslane) and related haslenes was reported by Steve and John Robson in Nature (60 citations)and allowed the compounds reported, but not identified, in over fifty other studies to be assigned. Subsequently, C20 and C30 (rhizane) analogues were also synthesised and the synthetic compounds were used to afford a possible explanation of their sedimentary abundance and worldwide distribution. The research area increased further in importance to industry with the discovery of the diatom (algal) source of the compounds by Australian workers and the occurrence of haslane in crude oils. Subsequent reports resulted in continued funding which on completion, led to a postdoctoral NERC ROPA award in collaboration with Professor Jean-Michel Robert at the University of Nantes, France (report rated Scientifically Excellent by NERC reviewers 1999). Invited lectures in the U.S.A., Spain and Australia, followed by a sabbatical year at the CSIRO Marine Laboratories in Australia were accompanied by filing of two provisional patents and numerous publications, describing the uses of the alkenes as biomarkers and as potential anti-tumour agents and we recently identified all of the common sedimentary compounds (Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta) and determined the method by which they are biosynthesised (Proceeedings of National Academy of Sciences, USA with Prof Michel Rohmer of Louis Pasteur University Strasbourg). We recently worked with colleagues at Royal NIOZ in the Netherlands and Stanford University USA, to calibrate the pace of the evolution of haslene and rhizene-producing diatoms since the Cretaceous period (Science, 2004). Our most recent work has shown that algae (diatoms) living under sea -ice produce a unique biomarker which can be used as a chemical fossil to track the past variations in sea ice in the Arctic (Earth & Planetary Science Letters 2008) at least for the last 10,000 years. This is crucial to the accurate calibration of computerised climate prediction models.

 

Nature of Unresolved Complex Mixtures of Hydrocarbons

It is astounding, but nonetheless true, that even with sophisticated analytical tools currently available, the hydrocarbon composition of the world's major energy source, namely crude oil is, still largely unknown. Steve's report with Mark Gough  in Nature 1990 (>100 citations to date, cited 1990-2005) that a considerable proportion of these previously unresolved and hence unidentified hydrocarbons could be characterised by oxidative degradation was therefore met with widespread interest. Synthesis, spectral characterisation and oxidation of some of the proposed hydrocarbons supported the conclusions of the initial studies, as did biological oxidation. Development of the methodology to include a quantitative, chemometrics-based analysis of the oxidation products also allowed the 'fingerprinting' of a variety of oils from oil spills and the method has also been applied to several unpublished oil spill incidents. The work attracted funding from British Petroleum and from the Natural Environment Research Council. The unravelling of crude oil composition has important consequences for both upstream and downstream petroleum industrial activities as well as for pollution studies. Significant in the latter respect is the increased toxicity of the UCM once oxidised. This realisation led to the funding of two further Ph.D. studentships and a postdoctoral fellow by NERC, from which numerous publications resulted including a paper delivered to the World Congress of the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) which won the Procter & Gamble Eurocor prize for the best lecture by a young scientist for former Ph.D. student, and post-doctoral fellow, Emma Smith who now works at the University of Toronto, Canada. Three further papers were published in Environmental Science and Technology, (see publications).The impacts of UCM pollutants on marine ecosystems were established in a preliminary study published in the Journal of Applied Ecology and most recently we have used comprehensive gas chromatography mass spectrometry to identify thousands of overlooked toxicants in health-impacted mussels from around the UK (Environmental Science & Technology, 2007; a Most-Cited paper in 2007) and to demonstrate the toxicity of the pollutants to mussels.

 

Studies of Organic Pollutants

Oil Pollution

Oil pollution remains a widespread environmental problem. Application of the analytical and biological marker chemistry expertise developed in the foregoing studies to the identification of crude oils spilled in the environment has proved an extremely environmentally valuable exercise over many years and has led to both published and consultancy studies. Differentiation of petroleum-derived and biogenic hydrocarbons in Mussels (Mytilus edulis) from North Sea oil platforms required a revision of previous estimates of pollutant burdens and one of the first identifications of a specific algal source for the biogenic compounds was made. Extension of this careful, compound-specific analytical approach proved valuable for the identification of Nigerian crude oil spilled into the Humber Estuary and of hydrocarbons from the Sullom Voe oil terminal. A fully funded studentship from Kuwait provided instrumentation necessary for a realistic appraisal of the role of solar radiation in the degradation of spilled oil. It is apparent that this process has not been adequately modelled by previous studies and our results indicate that if suitable attention is paid to experimental design, major differences in the degradation rates of oil-derived water-soluble aromatics are observed. The results of these initial studies were presented at an invited lecture to the British Association for the Advancement of Science (Mason lecture). Successive studies were supported by the University, NERC and Plymouth Marine Laboratory including two further studentshipsboth now completed. An important development has been extension of this approach to an examination of the toxicological importance of the compounds from crude oil. Indeed this has revealed that previous research has under estimated a significant environmental burden. This work represents one of the few U.K. studies of molecular changes in spilled oil composition despite the regular occurrence of oil spills of headline proportions (e.g. Braer, Sea Empress). Our studies of the latter have resulted in numerous publications and both research council and industry funds.

With funding from DEFRA, DTI, MMS (USA) and the Maritime & Coastguard Agency we completed a 4 year study of the toxicity effects of biodegraded and dispersed crude oils.

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UoP Research group membership

Biogeochemistry Research Centre (BGC) 
Chemical Sciences 
Marine Institute 
Petroleum and Environmental Geochemistry 

Other research

 

Research degrees awarded to supervised students

PhD Studentships since 2007 Research Assessment Exercise (6 completed,  3 in progress; 35 PhDs supervised in career)

2011-2014     A. Ringrose NERC Studentship Use of HBI biomarkers as measures of trophic transfer in polar foodwebs. M.Phil awarded 2012. With Prof S Belt  (DoS) and Dr T Brown.

2009-2012     D. Jones UoP Studentship Polar unresolved pollutants: Characterisation & Toxicity. PhD awarded Sept 2013;

2008-2011    N. Downes-Tettmar NERC CASE with PML. Algal toxins. PhD awarded 2013.

2006-2010 R. Johnston NERC CASE studentship with Oil Plus Ltd. Bioremediation of aromatic naphthenic acids.With Dr C Whitby, University of Essex. PhD awarded Jan 2011.

2005-2007 A.Scarlett HEIF2 Studentship with Dr T. Galloway. Potential ecological effects of biodegraded and dispersed oils. PhD awarded 2008.

2004-2007 M.Frenzel NERC Industrial CASE studentship with University of Exeter (EMERGE , Prof H Lappin-Scott) and Schlumberger Cambridge Research. PhD awarded 2008.

2003-2007 C.H. Redshaw BBSRC CASE Studentship/Astrazeneca Brixham Environmental Laboratory PhD awarded 2007 Biotic fate of pharmaceuticals and personal care products

2003-2007 C.E. West University of Plymouth Scholarhip/Astrazeneca Brixham Environmental Laboratory PhD awarded 2007.Abiotic fate of pharmaceuticals and personal care products. With Dr C.A. Lewis

2002-2005 B.E. Smith University of Plymouth Studentship PhD awarded 2005
Characterisation of unresolved oxidised complex mixtures ('humps') of chemicals in the environment. With Dr C.A. Lewis

2002-2005 P. Curtis-Jackson NERC Studentship PhD awarded 2005
Characterisation and availability of algal-derived organic N in the marine environment
With Dr M.F. Fitzsimons (Director of Studies) and Dr M. Gledhill.

2000-2004 A.M. Booth NERC Studentship.Characterisation and toxicity of petroleum-derived unresolved complex mixtures of hydrocarbons in mussels (M. edulis). PhD awarded 2004. With Dr C.A. Lewis (Director of Studies)

2000-2003 G. Masse University of Plymouth Studentship Ph.D. awarded.
2003 University of Plymouth. Biological controls on the production of cytostatic lipids of diatoms. With Dr S.T. Belt (Director of Studies)

1998-2001 W.G. Allard University of Plymouth Studentship Ph.D. Awarded.
2002 Tripos, Inc., Cornwall, U.K.Sources and structures of commonly occurring highly branched isoprenoid alkenes. With Dr S.T. Belt (Director of Studies)

1998-2001 P. McCormack University of Plymouth Studentship/astraZeneca Environmental Laboratory Ph.D. Awarded. University of Plymouth, U.K.The separation and identification of small highly polar or ionisable organic molecules in water. With Dr P. Jones (Director of Studies)

 

Grants & contracts

Since the national Research Assessment Exercise 2001 (Running total ca £4.9M):

2011-2014  DEFRA. Investigating whether microplastics can cause harm in the marine environment. £391,000. With P.I. Prof R Thompson and Co-I Prof T Galloway (Univ of Exeter).

2010-2014 EU Initial Training Network:The Changing Arctic and Sub-arctic Environment: a research and training programme on marine biotic indicators of recent climate changes in the high latitudes of the North Atlantic. With Dr G Masse and Prof S Belt. Euro 429,435.

2008-2010 Oil Plus Ltd  (on behalf of consortium: BP, Nalco, Total, BG Group, Chevron) 215,000 GBP Characterisation of naphthenic acids.

2008-2013 European Research Council Advanced Grant Euro 2,000,000 'Outreach': unresolved pollutants.

2008 NERC Isotopic signatures of Arctic Sea-ice biomarkers, £39,040 in kind. With Prof S Belt and Dr G Masse.

2007 UoP 10,000 GBP Proof of Concept fund (Lipoil)

2007-2010 HEFCE 256,000 GBP Laboratory & Vulnerable Subjects Initiative

2007 FCO 300,000 GBP Crude oil analysis.With Dr C A Lewis.

2006 NERC 38,000 GBP Use of sea ice proxy to study fluctuations in Arctic sea ice over the Holocene. With Prof S Belt & Dr G Masse.

2006 NERC 13,950 GBP. Novel proxy for sea -ice determination (in-kind funding). With Prof S Belt & Dr G Masse.

2006 Datalog Ltd 100,000 GBP Knowledge Transfer Partnership. GC Tracer with C A Lewis.

2006 BG Group & Oil Plus Ltd 43,500 GBP Studies of naphthenic acids.

2006 Royal Society 9204 GBP A novel proxy for determining palaeo-temperatures of Arctic sea waters with S Belt, G Masse (PI).

2006 NERC/Oil Plus Ltd Case PhD studentship

Biodegradation of naphthenates (with University of Essex, Dr C Whitby)

2005-6 Norwegian Research Council 1,500,000 NOK (150000 to UoP) with SINTEF, Trondheim, Norway. Impacts of UCMs in the environment.

2005 European Science Foundation & HanseWissenschaftKolleg 400 euros to attend ESF sea-ice workshop, Germany.

2005-2006 MCA/DEFRA/DTI/MMS

Potential ecological effects of chemically-dispersed and biodegraded oils (£60,590 extension: total £317,590)

2005 Blaustein Fellowship $5000 Visiting Scholar Stanford University, California, USA.

2005 Royal Society International Outgoing Short Visit University of Calgary, Canada. £800

2004 Leverhulme Trust Travel Grant £11,200 Unravelling extremely complex toxic mixtures; with Prof P Nesterenko Moscow State University.

2004 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:

£5500 with Prof Jim Readman Plymouth Marine Lab plus £25,400 travel and living expenses to Visiting Postdoctoral Scientist (Dr K Aranami).An isotopic study of persistent biogenic organics in Atlantic and Pacific Ocean sediments. July 2004-March 2005.

2004 NERC Life sciences Mass Spectrometry research grant:

Dynamic aspects of terpenoid biosynthesis in diatoms. Instrument use award. £5250

With Dr G Masse & Dr S Belt

2004 NERC/Schlumberger Industrial Case PhD studentship

Biodegradation of drill cuttings from oil platforms

(with EMERGE University of Exeter, Prof H Lappin-Scott)

2004 UP Enterprises

Cytostatic activity of marennine £10,192

(with Drs S Belt & G Masse)

2003 NERC

Hydrocarbon hump profiling £171,187 plus PhD studentship stipend (3 years).

(with Dr A C Lewis)

2003-2006 University Scholarship/Astrazeneca

Abiotic fate of pharmaceuticals in the environment £42,000

2003 BBSRC/Astrazeneca Industrial Case studentship

Biotic fate of pharmaceuticals in the environment

£41,250

2003-2005 NERC

Diversity of novel, technologically usdeful, pigment-producing diatoms in estuaries of South Devon, U.K. £24,340

2003 The Leverhulme Trust

Lost at sea: Where do all the plastics go?

(with Dr R. Thompson and Dr T. Galloway) £181,610

2003 NERC

Hydrocarbon humps £3,600

2002-2004 MCA/DEFRA/DTI/MMS

Potential ecological effects of chemically-dispersed and biodegraded oils £257,000

2002-2004 NERC

MIMOS: Towards a sea-truthing of environmental discharge models £68,347

2001 Strategic Research Infrastucture Fund (SRIF) HEFCE

Compound specific isotope ratio mass spectrometer and associated equipment £200,000

2001 NERC

Controls on diatom HBI distributions (in-kind funding) £3,600

2000-2003 NERC

Hydrocarbon humps £150,400

2000-2001 Environment Agency

Organic micropollutants in the River Thames (2 grants) £34,500

 


Journals
Articles
West CE, Scarlett AG, Pureveen J, Tegelaar EW & Rowland SJ  (2013)  'Abundant naphthenic acids in oil sands process-affected water: studies by synthesis, derivatisation and two-dimensional gas chromatography/high-resolution mass spectrometry' Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom  27  (2),  pp 357 - 365  Author Site , DOI 
Scarlett AG, Reinardy HC, Henry TB, West CE, Frank RA, Hewitt LM & Rowland SJ  (2013)  'Acute toxicity of aromatic and non-aromatic fractions of naphthenic acids extracted from oil sands process-affected water to larval zebrafish' Chemosphere  93  (2),  pp 415 - 420  Author Site , DOI 
Reinardy HC, Scarlett AG, Henry TB, West CE, Hewitt LM, Frank RA & Rowland SJ  (2013)  'Aromatic Naphthenic Acids in Oil Sands Process-Affected Water, Resolved by GCxGC-MS, Only Weakly Induce the Gene for Vitellogenin Production in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Larvae' ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY  47  (12),  pp 6614 - 6620  Author Site , DOI 
Johnson RJ, Smith BE, Rowland SJ & Whitby C  (2013)  'Biodegradation of alkyl branched aromatic alkanoic naphthenic acids by Pseudomonas putida KT2440' INTERNATIONAL BIODETERIORATION & BIODEGRADATION  81,  pp 3 - 8  Author Site , DOI 
Jones D, Scarlett AG, West CE, Frank RA, Gieleciak R, Hager D, Pureveen J, Tegelaar E & Rowland SJ  (2013)  'Elemental and spectroscopic characterization of fractions of an acidic extract of oil sands process water' Chemosphere  93  (9),  pp 1655 - 1664  Author Site , DOI   PEARL 
Downes-Tettmar N, Rowland S, Widdicombe C, Woodward M & Llewellyn C  (2013)  'Seasonal variation in Pseudo-nitzschia spp. and domoic acid in the Western English Channel' CONTINENTAL SHELF RESEARCH  53,  pp 40 - 49  Author Site , DOI 
Sutton PA, Wilde MJ, Martin SJ, Cvacka J, Vrkoslav V & Rowland SJ  (2013)  'Studies of long chain lipids in insects by high temperature gas chromatography and high temperature gas chromatography-mass spectrometry' J Chromatogr A  1297,  pp 236 - 240  Author Site , DOI 
Johnson RJ, West CE, Swaih AM, Folwell BD, Smith BE, Rowland SJ & Whitby C  (2012)  'Aerobic biotransformation of alkyl branched aromatic alkanoic naphthenic acids via two different pathways by a new isolate of Mycobacterium' Environ Microbiol  14  (4),  pp 872 - 882  Author Site , DOI 
Alam MS, West CE, Scarlett AG, Rowland SJ & Harrison RM  (2012)  'Application of 2D-GCMS Reveals Many Industrial Chemicals in Airborne Particulate Matter' Atmospheric Environment 
West CE & Rowland SJ  (2012)  'Aqueous phototransformation of diazepam and related human metabolites under simulated sunlight' Environ Sci Technol  46  (9),  pp 4749 - 4756  Author Site , DOI 
Bakir A, Rowland SJ & Thompson RC  (2012)  'Competitive sorption of persistent organic pollutants onto microplastics in the marine environment' Mar Pollut Bull  64  (12),  pp 2782 - 2789  Author Site , DOI 
Rowland SJ, West CE, Scarlett AG, Ho C & Jones D  (2012)  'Differentiation of two industrial oil sands process-affected waters by two-dimensional gas chromatography/mass spectrometry of diamondoid acid profiles' Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom  26  (5),  pp 572 - 576  Author Site , DOI 
Sutton PA & Rowland SJ  (2012)  'High temperature gas chromatography-time-of-flight-mass spectrometry (HTGC-ToF-MS) for high-boiling compounds' J Chromatogr A  1243,  pp 69 - 80  Author Site , DOI 
Jones D, West CE, Scarlett AG & Rowland SJ  (2012)  'Isolation and estimation of the 'aromatic' naphthenic acid content of an oil sands process-affected water extract' Journal of Chromatography A  , DOI 
Scarlett AG, West CE, Jones D, Galloway TS & Rowland SJ  (2012)  'Predicted toxicity of naphthenic acids present in oil sands process-affected waters to a range of environmental and human endpoints' Sci Total Environ  425,  pp 119 - 127  Author Site , DOI 
Tollefsen KE, Petersen K & Rowland SJ  (2012)  'Toxicity of Synthetic Naphthenic Acids and Mixtures of These to Fish Liver Cells' ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY  46  (9),  pp 5143 - 5150  Author Site , DOI 
Scarlett AG, Clough R, West CE, Lewis CA, Booth AM & Rowland SJ  (2011)  'Alkylnaphthalenes: priority pollutants or minor contributors to the poor health of marine communities?' Environmental Science and Technology  45  (14),  pp 6160 - 6166 , DOI 
West CE, Jones D, Scarlett AG & Rowland SJ  (2011)  'Compositional heterogeneity may limit the usefulness of commercial naphthenic acids for toxicity assays' Science of the Total Environment  409  (19),  pp 4125 - 4131 , DOI 
Rowland SJ, Scarlett AG, Jones D, West CE & Frank RA  (2011)  'Diamonds in the rough: identification of individual naphthenic acids in oil sands process water' Environ Sci Technol  45  (7),  pp 3154 - 3159  Author Site , DOI 
Masse G, Belt ST, Crosta X, Schmidt S, Snape I, Thomas DN & Rowland SJ  (2011)  'Highly branched isoprenoids as proxies for variable sea ice conditions in the Southern Ocean' ANTARCTIC SCIENCE  23  (5),  pp 487 - 498  Author Site , DOI 
Rowland SJ, West CE, Scarlett AG & Jones D  (2011)  'Identification of individual acids in a commercial sample of naphthenic acids from petroleum by two-dimensional comprehensive gas chromatography/mass spectrometry' Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom  25  (12),  pp 1741 - 1751  Author Site , DOI 
Rowland SJ, West CE, Scarlett AG, Jones D & Frank RA  (2011)  'Identification of individual tetra- and pentacyclic naphthenic acids in oil sands process water by comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography/mass spectrometry' Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom  25  (9),  pp 1198 - 1204  Author Site , DOI 
Johnson RJ, Smith BE, Sutton PA, McGenity TJ, Rowland SJ & Whitby C  (2011)  'Microbial biodegradation of aromatic alkanoic naphthenic acids is affected by the degree of alkyl side chain branching' ISME JOURNAL  (3),  pp 486 - 496  Author Site , DOI 
Rowland SJ, West CE, Scarlett AG, Jones D, Boberek M, Pan L, Ng M, Kwong L & Tonkin A  (2011)  'Monocyclic and monoaromatic naphthenic acids: synthesis and characterisation' Environmental Chemistry Letters  (4),  pp 525 - 533 , DOI 
Rowland SJ, West CE, Jones D, Scarlett AG, Frank RA & Hewitt LM  (2011)  'Steroidal Aromatic ‘Naphthenic Acids’ in Oil Sands Process-Affected Water: Structural Comparisons with Environmental Estrogens' Environmental Science & Technology  45  (22),  pp 9806 - 9815 , DOI 
Rowland SJ, West CE, Jones D, Scarlett AG, Frank RA & Hewitt LM  (2011)  'Steroidal aromatic 'naphthenic acids' in oil sands process-affected water: structural comparisons with environmental estrogens' Environ Sci Technol  45  (22),  pp 9806 - 9815  Author Site , DOI 
Rowland SJ, Jones D, Scarlett AG, West CE, Hin LP, Boberek M, Tonkin A, Smith BE & Whitby C  (2011)  'Synthesis and toxicity of some metabolites of the microbial degradation of synthetic naphthenic acids' Sci Total Environ  409  (15),  pp 2936 - 2941  Author Site , DOI 
Rowland SJ, Jones D, Scarlett AG, West CE, Hin LP, Boberek M, Tonkin A, Smith BE & Whitby C  (2011)  'Synthesis and toxicity of some metabolites of the microbial degradation of synthetic naphthenic acids' Science of The Total Environment  409  (15),  pp 2936 - 2941
Jones D, Scarlett AG, West CE & Rowland SJ  (2011)  'The toxicity of individual naphthenic acids to Vibrio fischeri' Environmental Science & Technology  45  (22),  pp 9776 - 9782 , DOI 
Jones D, Scarlett AG, West CE & Rowland SJ  (2011)  'Toxicity of individual naphthenic acids to Vibrio fischeri' Environ Sci Technol  45  (22),  pp 9776 - 9782  Author Site , DOI 
Frenzel M, Scarlett A, Rowland SJ, Galloway TS, Burton SK, Lappin-Scott HM & Booth AM  (2010)  'Complications with remediation strategies involving the biodegradation and detoxification of recalcitrant contaminant aromatic hydrocarbons' Sci Total Environ  408  (19),  pp 4093 - 4101  Author Site , DOI 
Sutton PA, Smith BE, Waters D & Rowland SJ  (2010)  'Identification of a Novel Ester Obtained during Isolation of C-80 ("ARN") Tetraprotic Acids from an Oilfield Pipeline Deposit' ENERGY & FUELS  24,  pp 5579 - 5585  Author Site , DOI 
Sutton PA, Smith BE & Rowland SJ  (2010)  'Mass spectrometry of polycyclic tetracarboxylic ('ARN') acids and tetramethyl esters' Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom  24  (21),  pp 3195 - 3204  Author Site , DOI 
Scarlett A, Dissanayake A, Rowland SJ & Galloway TS  (2009)  'BEHAVIORAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL, AND CELLULAR RESPONSES FOLLOWING TROPHIC TRANSFER OF TOXIC MONOAROMATIC HYDROCARBONS' ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY  28  (2),  pp 381 - 387  Author Site , DOI 
Scarlett A, Dissanayake A, Rowland SJ & Galloway TS  (2009)  'Behavioral, physiological, and cellular responses following trophic transfer of toxic monoaromatic hydrocarbons' Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry  28,  pp 381 - 387
Melbye AG, Brakstad OG, Hokstad JN, Gregersen IK, Hansen BH, Booth AM, Rowland SJ & Tollefsen KE  (2009)  'CHEMICAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF AN UNRESOLVED COMPLEX MIXTURE-RICH BIODEGRADED CRUDE OIL' ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY  28  (9),  pp 1815 - 1824  Author Site
Frenzel M, James P, Burton SK, Rowland SJ & Lappin-Scott HM  (2009)  'Towards bioremediation of toxic unresolved complex mixtures of hydrocarbons: Identification of bacteria capable of rapid degradation of alkyltetralins' Journal of Soils and Sediments  (2),  pp 129 - 136
Thompson, R., Galloway, T.S., Rowland & S.  (2009)  'Transport and release of chemicals from plastics to the environment and to wildlife' Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society  364  (1526),  pp 2027 - 2045 , DOI 
Smith BE & Rowland SJ  (2008)  'A derivatisation and liquid chromatography/electrospray ionisation multistage mass spectrometry method for the characterisation of naphthenic acids' Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom  22  (23),  pp 3909 - 3927  Author Site , DOI 
Masse G, Rowland SJ, Sicre M-A, Jacob J, Jansen E & Belt ST  (2008)  'Abrupt climate changes for Iceland during the last millennium: Evidence from high resolution sea ice reconstructions' EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS  269  (3-4),  pp 564 - 568  Author Site , DOI 
Rowland, S., Galloway, T.S., Lewis & A.  (2008)  'Chronic sublethal effects associated with branched alkylbenzenes bioaccumulated by mussels' Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry  27,  pp 561 - 567
Belt ST, Masse G, Vare LL, Rowland SJ, Poulin M, Sicre M-A, Sampei M & Fortier L  (2008)  'Distinctive C-13 isotopic signature distinguishes a novel sea ice biomarker in Arctic sediments and sediment traps' MARINE CHEMISTRY  112  (3-4),  pp 158 - 167  Author Site , DOI 
Smith BE, Lewis CA, Belt ST, Whitby C & Rowland SJ  (2008)  'Effects of alkyl chain branching on the biotransformation of naphthenic acids' Environ Sci Technol  42  (24),  pp 9323 - 9328  Author Site , DOI 
Redshaw CH, Cooke MP, Talbot HM, McGrath S & Rowland SJ  (2008)  'Low biodegradability of fluoxetine HCl, diazepam and their human metabolites in sewage sludge-amended soil' JOURNAL OF SOILS AND SEDIMENTS  (4),  pp 217 - 230  Author Site , DOI 
Booth AM, Scarlett AG, Lewis CA, Belt ST & Rowland SJ  (2008)  'Unresolved complex mixtures (UCMs) of aromatic hydrocarbons: branched alkyl indanes and branched alkyl tetralins are present in UCMs and accumulated by and toxic to, the mussel Mytilus edulis' Environ Sci Technol  42  (21),  pp 8122 - 8126  Author Site
Redshaw CH, Wootton VG & Rowland SJ  (2008)  'Uptake of the pharmaceutical Fluoxetine Hydrochloride from growth medium by Brassicaceae' Phytochemistry  69  (13),  pp 2510 - 2516  Author Site , DOI 
Belt ST, Masse G, Rowland SJ, Poulin M, Michel C & LeBlanc B  (2007)  'A novel chemical fossil of palaeo sea ice: IP25' Organic Geochemistry  38  (1),  pp 16 - 27
Smith BE, Sutton PA, Lewis CA, Dunsmore B, Fowler G, Krane J, Lutnaes BF, Brandal O, Sjoblom J & Rowland SJ  (2007)  'Analysis of 'ARN' naphthenic acids by high temperature gas chromatoagraphy and high performance liquid chromatography' Journal of Separation Science  30  (3),  pp 375 - 380
Booth AM, Aitken C, Jones DM, Lewis CA & Rowland SJ  (2007)  'Biodegradation of toxic alkylcyclohexyltetralins by aerobic bacteria' Organic Geochemistry  38(4),  pp 540 - 550 , DOI 
Scarlett A, Canty MN, Smith EL, Rowland SJ & Galloway TS  (2007)  'Can amphipod behavior help to predict chronic toxicity of sediments?' Human and Ecological Risk Assessment  13  (3),  pp 506 - 518
Scarlett A, Canty, M.N., Smith, E.L., Rowland & S.  (2007)  'Can amphipod behaviour help to predict chronic toxicity of sediments?' Human and Ecology Risk Assessment  13,  pp 506 - 518
Scarlett A, Galloway, T.S., Rowland & S.J.  (2007)  'Chronic toxicity of unresolved complex mixtures (UCM) of hydrocarbons in marine sediments' Journal of Soils and Sediments  7,  pp 200 - 206
Scarlett A, Galloway TS & Rowland SJ  (2007)  'Chronic toxicity of unresolved complex mixtures (UCM) of hydrocarbons in marine sediments' Journal of Soils and Sediments  (4),  pp 200 - 206
Scarlett A, Rowland, S.J., Canty, M., Smith & E.L.  (2007)  'Method for assessing chronic toxicity of marine and estuarine sediment-associated contaminants using the amphipod <em>Corophium volutator</em>' Marine Environmental Research  63,  pp 457 - 470
Scarlett A, Rowland SJ, Canty M, Smith EL & Galloway TS  (2007)  'Method for assessing the chronic toxicity of marine and estuarine sediment-associated contaminants using the amphipod Corophium volutator' Marine Environmental Research  63  (5),  pp 457 - 470
Teuten EL, Rowland, S., Galloway, T.S., Thompson & R.C.  (2007)  'Potential for plastics to transport hydrophobic contaminants' Environmental Science and Technology  41,  pp 7759 - 7764 , DOI 
Teuten EL, Rowland SJ, Galloway TS & Thompson RC  (2007)  'Potential for plastics to transport hydrophobic contaminants' Environmental Science & Technology  41  (22),  pp 7759 - 7764
Booth AM, Aitken C, Jones DM, Lewis CA & Rowland SJ  (2007)  'Resistance of toxic alkylcyclohexyltetralins to biodegradation by aerobic bacteria' Organic Geochemistry  38  (4),  pp 540 - 550
Scarlett A, Booth A, Galloway TS & Rowland SJ  (2007)  'Resolution of Unresolved Complex Mixtures of Hydrocarbon Components by GC×GC-ToF-MS Reveals Chronic Sublethal Effects Associated with Branched Alkylbenzenes Bioaccumulated by Mussels' Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry  27,  pp 561 - 567
Lutnaes BF, Krane J, Smith BE & Rowland SJ  (2007)  'Structure elucidation of C-80, C-81 and C-82 isoprenoid tetraacids responsible for naphthenate deposition in crude oil production' Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry  (12),  pp 1873 - 1877
Booth AM, Sutton PA, Lewis CA, Lewis AC, Scarlett A, Chau W, Widdows J & Rowland SJ  (2007)  'Unresolved complex mixtures of aromatic hydrocarbons: Thousands of overlooked persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic contaminants in mussels' Environmental Science & Technology  41  (2),  pp 457 - 464
Belt ST, Masse G, Rowland SJ & Rohmer M  (2006)  'Highly branched isoprenoid alcohols and epoxides in the diatom Haslea ostrearia Simonsen' Organic Geochemistry  37  (2),  pp 133 - 145
Reineke V, Rullkotter J, Smith EL & Rowland SJ  (2006)  'Toxicity and compositional analysis of aromatic hydrocarbon fractions of two pairs of undegraded and biodegraded crude oils from the Santa Maria (California) and Vienna basins' Organic Geochemistry  37  (12),  pp 1885 - 1899
Booth AM, Sutton PA, Lewis CA, Lewis AC, Scarlett A, Chau W, Widdows J & Rowland SJ  (2006)  'Unresolved Complex Mixtures of Aromatic Hydrocarbons:  Thousands of Overlooked Persistent, Bioaccumulative, and Toxic Contaminants in Mussels' Environmental Science & Technology  41  (2),  pp 457 - 464  Author Site , DOI 
Scarlett A, Galloway TS, Canty M, Smith EL, Nilsson J & Rowland SJ  (2005)  'Comparative toxicity of two oil dispersants, superdispersant-25 and corexit 9527, to a range of coastal species' Environ Toxicol Chem  24  (5),  pp 1219 - 1227  Author Site
Scarlett A, Galloway TS, Canty M, Smith EL, Nilsson J & Rowland SJ  (2005)  'Comparative toxicity of two oil dispersants, superdispersant-25 and corexit 9527, to a range of coastal species' Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry  24  (5),  pp 1219 - 1227
Sutton PA, Lewis CA & Rowland SJ  (2005)  'Isolation of individual hydrocarbons from the unresolved complex hydrocarbon mixture of a biodegraded crude oil using preparative capillary gas chromatography' Organic Geochemistry  36  (6),  pp 963 - 970
Masse G, Belt ST & Rowland SJ  (2004)  'Biosynthesis of unusual monocyclic alkenes by the diatom Rhizosolenia setigera (Brightwell)' Phytochemistry  65  (8),  pp 1101 - 1106
Masse G, Belt ST, Rowland SJ & Rohmer M  (2004)  'Isoprenoid biosynthesis in the diatoms Rhizosolenia setigera (Brightwell) and Haslea ostrearia (Simonsen)' Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  101  (13),  pp 4413 - 4418
Crowe T, Smith EL, Donkin P, Barnaby D & Rowland SJ  (2004)  'Linking measurements of sub-lethal effects on individual organisms with community-level impacts and chemical measures of pollution' Journal of Applied Ecology  41,  pp 114 - 123
Thompson RC, Olsen Y, Mitchell RP, Davis A, Rowland SJ, John AWG, McGonigle D & Russell AE  (2004)  'Lost at sea: Where is all the plastic?' Science  304  (5672),  pp 838 - 838
Crowe TP, Smith EL, Donkin P, Barnaby DL & Rowland SJ  (2004)  'Measurements of sublethal effects on individual organisms indicate community-level impacts of pollution' Journal of Applied Ecology  41  (1),  pp 114 - 123
Poulin M, Masse G, Belt ST, Delavault P, Rousseau F, Robert JM & Rowland SJ  (2004)  'Morphological, biochemical and molecular evidence for the transfer of Gyrosigma nipkowii Meister to the genus Haslea (Bacillariophyta)' European Journal of Phycology  39  (2),  pp 181 - 195
Masse G, Belt ST, Allard WG, Lewis CA, Wakeham SG & Rowland SJ  (2004)  'Occurrence of novel monocyclic alkenes from diatoms in marine particulate matter and sediments' Organic Geochemistry  35  (7),  pp 813 - 822
Sinninghe Damste JS, Muyzer G, Abbas B, Rampen SW, Massé G, Allard WG, Belt ST, Robert JM, Rowland SJ, Moldowan JM, Barbanti SM, Fago FJ, Denisevich P, Dahl J, Trinidade LAF & Schouten S  (2004)  'The rise of Rhizosolenid diatoms' Science  304 (5670),  pp 584 - 587 , DOI 
Damste JSS, Muyzer G, Abbas B, Rampen SW, Masse G, Allard WG, Belt ST, Robert JM, Rowland SJ, Moldowan JM, Barbanti SM, Fago FJ, Denisevich P, Dahl J, Trindade LAF & Schouten S  (2004)  'The rise of the rhizosolenid diatoms' Science  304  (5670),  pp 584 - 587
Belt ST, Masse G, Allard WG, Robert JM & Rowland SJ  (2003)  'Novel monocyclic sester- and triterpenoids from the marine diatom, Rhizosolenia setigera' Tetrahedron Letters  44  (51),  pp 9103 - 9106
Rowland SJ  (2003)  'Toxic effects of unresolved complex mixtures of aromatic hydrocarbons accumulated by mussels, <em>Mytilus edulis</em>, from contaminated field sites' Environmental Science and Technology  37 (21),  pp 4825 - 4830 , DOI 
Belt ST, Masse G, Allard WG, Robert JM & Rowland SJ  (2002)  'Effects of auxosporulation on distributions of C-25 and C-30 isoprenoid alkenes in Rhizosolenia setigera' Phytochemistry  59  (2),  pp 141 - 148
O'Connor G, Rowland SJ & Evans EH  (2002)  'Evaluation of gas chromatography coupled with low pressure plasma source mass spectrometry for the screening of volatile organic compounds in food' Journal of Separation Science  25  (13),  pp 839 - 846
McCormack P, Jones P & Rowland SJ  (2002)  'Liquid chromatography/electrospray ionisation mass spectrometric investigations of imidazoline corrosion inhibitors in crude oils' Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom  16  (7),  pp 705 - 712  Author Site , DOI 
Masse G, Poulin M, Belt ST, Robert JM, Barreau A, Rince Y & Rowland SJ  (2001)  'A simple method for SEM examination of sectioned diatom frustules' Journal of Microscopy-Oxford  204,  pp 87 - 92
McCormack P, Jones P, Hetheridge MJ & Rowland SJ  (2001)  'Analysis of oilfield produced waters and production chemicals by electrospray ionisation multi-stage mass spectrometry (ESI- MSn)' Water Research  35  (15),  pp 3567 - 3578
Rowland S, Donkin P, Smith E & Wraige E  (2001)  'Aromatic hydrocarbon 'humps' in the marine environment: Unrecognized toxins?' Environmental Science & Technology  35  (13),  pp 2640 - 2644
Belt ST, Masse G, Allard WG, Robert JM & Rowland SJ  (2001)  'C-25 highly branched isoprenoid alkenes in planktonic diatoms of the Pleurosigma genus' Organic Geochemistry  32  (10),  pp 1271 - 1275
Kiriakoulakis K, Stutt E, Rowland SJ, Vangriesheim A, Lampitt RS & Wolff GA  (2001)  'Controls on the organic chemical composition of settling particles in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean' Progress in Oceanography  50  (1-4),  pp 65 - 87
Rowland SJ, Belt ST, Wraige EJ, Masse G, Roussakis C & Robert JM  (2001)  'Effects of temperature on polyunsaturation in cytostatic lipids of Haslea ostrearia' Phytochemistry  56  (6),  pp 597 - 602
Rowland SJ, Allard WG, Belta ST, Massae G, Robert JM, Blackburn S, Frampton D, Revill AT & Volkman JK  (2001)  'Factors influencing the distributions of polyunsaturated terpenoids in the diatom, Rhizosolenia setigera' Phytochemistry  58  (5),  pp 717 - 728
Masse G, Rince Y, Cox EJ, Allard G, Belt ST & Rowland SJ  (2001)  'Haslea salstonica sp nov and Haslea pseudostrearia sp nov (Bacillariophyta), two new epibenthic diatoms from the Kingsbridge estuary, United Kingdom' Comptes Rendus de l Academie des Sciences Serie Iii-Sciences de la Vie-Life Sciences  324  (7),  pp 617 - 626
Smith E, Wraige E, Donkin P & Rowland S  (2001)  'Hydrocarbon humps in the marine environment: Synthesis, toxicity, and aqueous solubility of monoaromatic compounds' Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry  20  (11),  pp 2428 - 2432
Belt ST, Masse G, Allard WG, Robert JM & Rowland SJ  (2001)  'Identification of a C-25 highly branched isoprenoid triene in the freshwater diatom Navicula sclesvicensis' Organic Geochemistry  32  (9),  pp 1169 - 1172
Niven SJ, Snape J, Hetheridge M, Evans M, McEvoy J & Rowland SJ  (2001)  'Investigations of cholesterol transformation during sewage treatment: relevance to estrogen formation pathways?' Science of the Total Environment  279  (1-3),  pp 75 - 86
Niven SJ, Snape J, Hetheridge M, Evans M, McEvoy J, Sutton PG & Rowland SJ  (2001)  'Investigations of the origins of estrogenic A-ring aromatic steroids in UK sewage treatment works effluents' Analyst  126  (3),  pp 285 - 287
Belt ST, Allard WG, Masse G, Robert JM & Rowland SJ  (2001)  'Structural characterisation of C-30 highly branched isoprenoid alkenes (rhizenes) in the marine diatom Rhizosolenia setigera' Tetrahedron Letters  42  (32),  pp 5583 - 5585
Allard WG, Belt ST, Masse G, Naumann R, Robert JM & Rowland S  (2001)  'Tetra-unsaturated sesterterpenoids (Haslenes) from Haslea ostrearia and related species' Phytochemistry  56  (8),  pp 795 - 800
Belt ST, Massé G, Allard WG, Robert J & Rowland SJ  (2001)  'The effects of auxosporulation on the distributions of C25 and C30 highly branched isoprenoid (HBI) alkenes in the diatom Rhizosolenia setigera' Phytochemistry, 20th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, Nancy, France  59  (2),  pp 141 - 148
Belt ST, Allard WG, Johns L, Konig WA, Masse G, Robert JM & Rowland S  (2001)  'Variable stereochemistry in highly branched isoprenoids from diatoms' Chirality  13  (8),  pp 415 - 419
Belt ST, Allard WG, Rintatalo J, Johns LA, van Duin ACT & Rowland SJ  (2000)  'Clay and acid catalysed isomerisation and cyclisation reactions of highly branched isoprenoid (HBI) alkenes: Implications for sedimentary reactions and distributions' GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA  64  (19),  pp 3337 - 3345  Author Site , DOI 
Johns L, Belt S, Lewis CA, Rowland S, Massé G, Robert JM & König WA  (2000)  'Configurations of polyunsaturated sesterterpenoids from the diatom, Haslea ostrearia' Phytochemistry  53  (5),  pp 607 - 611  Author Site
Belt ST, Allard WG, Masse G, Robert JM & Rowland SJ  (2000)  'Highly branched isoprenoids (HBIs): Identification of the most common and abundant sedimentary isomers' GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA  64  (22),  pp 3839 - 3851  Author Site , DOI 
Belt ST, Allard G, Masse G, Robert JM & Rowland S  (2000)  'Important sedimentary sesterterpenoids from the diatom Pleurosigma intermedium' CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS  (6),  pp 501 - 502  Author Site , DOI 
Glegg GA, Hickman L & Rowland SJ  (1999)  'Contamination of limpets (Patella vulgata) following the Sea Empress oil spill' MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN  38  (2),  pp 119 - 125  Author Site , DOI 
Wraige EJ, Johns L, Belt ST, Masse G, Robert JM & Rowland S  (1999)  'Highly branched C-25 isoprenoids in axenic cultures of Haslea ostrearia' PHYTOCHEMISTRY  51  (1),  pp 69 - 73  Author Site , DOI 
Johns L, Wraige EJ, Belt ST, Lewis CA, Masse G, Robert JM & Rowland SJ  (1999)  'Identification of a C-25 highly branched isoprenoid (HBI) diene in Antarctic sediments, Antarctic sea-ice diatoms and cultured diatoms' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  30  (11),  pp 1471 - 1475  Author Site , DOI 
Zhou JL, Fileman TW, Evans S, Donkin P, Readman JW, Mantoura RFC & Rowland S  (1999)  'The partition of fluoranthene and pyrene between suspended particles and dissolved phase in the Humber Estuary: a study of the controlling factors' SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT  243,  pp 305 - 321  Author Site , DOI 
Zhou JL, Fileman TW, Evans S, Donkin P, Llewellyn C, Readman JW, Mantoura RFC & Rowland SJ  (1998)  'Fluoranthene and pyrene in the suspended particulate matter and surface sediments of the Humber estuary, UK' MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN  36  (8),  pp 587 - 597  Author Site , DOI 
Belt ST, Rowland S & Scaiano JC  (1998)  'Rate constants for the abstraction of hydrogen from alkyl aromatics by alkoxyl radicals and excited state ketones: relevance to the photodegradation of the water-soluble fraction of crude oil' MARINE CHEMISTRY  61  (3-4),  pp 157 - 162  Author Site , DOI 
Cooke DA, Barlow R, Green J, Belt ST & Rowland SJ  (1998)  'Seasonal variations of highly branched isoprenoid hydrocarbons and pigment biomarkers in intertidal sediments of the Tamar estuary, UK' MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH  45  (4-5),  pp 309 - 324  Author Site , DOI 
Wraige EJ, Belt ST, Masse G, Robert JM & Rowland SJ  (1998)  'Variations in distributions of C-25 highly branched isoprenoid (HBI) alkenes in the diatom, Haslea ostrearia: influence of salinity' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  28  (12),  pp 855 - 859  Author Site , DOI 
Zhou JL, Rowland SJ, Mantoura RFC & Lane MCG  (1997)  'Desorption of tefluthrin insecticide from soil in simulated rainfall runoff systems - Kinetic studies and modelling' WATER RESEARCH  31  (1),  pp 75 - 84  Author Site , DOI 
Zhou JL & Rowland SJ  (1997)  'Evaluation of the interactions between hydrophobic organic pollutants and suspended particles in estuarine waters' WATER RESEARCH  31  (7),  pp 1708 - 1718  Author Site , DOI 
Rowland S, Belt S, Johns L, Wraige E & Robert JM  (1997)  'Hydrocarbon chemistry of the widespread sedimentary diatom, Haslea ostrearia' ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  213,  pp 25 - GEOC  Author Site
Heath DJ, Lewis CA & Rowland SJ  (1997)  'The use of high temperature gas chromatography to study the biodegradation of high molecular weight hydrocarbons' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  26  (11-12),  pp 769 - 785  Author Site , DOI 
Wraige EJ, Belt ST, Lewis CA, Cooke DA, Robert JM, Masse G & Rowland SJ  (1997)  'Variations in structures and distributions of C-25 highly branched isoprenoid (HBI) alkenes in cultures of the diatom, Haslea ostrearia (Simonsen)' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  27  (7-8),  pp 497 - 505  Author Site , DOI 
Leythaeuser D, Schwark L, deLeeuw JW & Rowland S  (1996)  'Proceedings of the 17th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry Donostia San Sebastian, Spain, 4-8 September 1995 .6. Palaeoenvironmental and Source Rock Occurrence - Biogeochemical Cycling of Sulphur and Other Elements - Introduction' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  25  (5-7),  pp R7 - R7  Author Site , DOI 
Zhou JL, Fileman TW, Evans S, Donkin P, Mantoura RFC & Rowland SJ  (1996)  'Seasonal distribution of dissolved pesticides and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons in the humber estuary and humber coastal zone' MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN  32  (8-9),  pp 599 - 608  Author Site , DOI 
Belt ST, Cooke DA, Robert JM & Rowland S  (1996)  'Structural characterisation of widespread polyunsaturated isoprenoid biomarkers: A C-25 triene, tetraene and pentaene from the diatom Haslea ostrearia Simonsen' TETRAHEDRON LETTERS  37  (27),  pp 4755 - 4758  Author Site , DOI 
Glegg GA & Rowland SJ  (1996)  'The Braer oil spill - Hydrocarbon concentrations in intertidal organisms' MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN  32  (6),  pp 486 - 492  Author Site , DOI 
HIRD S & ROWLAND S  (1995)  'AN INVESTIGATION OF THE SOURCES AND SEASONAL-VARIATIONS OF HIGHLY BRANCHED ISOPRENOID HYDROCARBONS IN INTERTIDAL SEDIMENTS OF THE TAMAR ESTUARY, UK' MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH  40  (4),  pp 423 - 437  Author Site , DOI 
ZHOU J, ROWLAND S, MANTOURA R & HARLAND B  (1995)  'INFLUENCE OF THE NATURE OF PARTICULATE ORGANIC-MATTER ON THE SORPTION OF CYPERMETHRIN - IMPLICATIONS ON K-OC CORRELATIONS' ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL  21  (2),  pp 187 - 195  Author Site , DOI 
ZHOU J, ROWLAND S & MANTOURA R  (1995)  'PARTITION OF SYNTHETIC PYRETHROID INSECTICIDES BETWEEN DISSOLVED AND PARTICULATE PHASES' WATER RESEARCH  29  (4),  pp 1023 - 1031  Author Site , DOI 
Lowry RB, Heath D, Moffatt B & Rowland S  (1995)  'Quantification of the C30+ fraction of North Sea gas-condensates by high temperature capillary gas chromatography' Anal Proc  32,  pp 485 - 487
WOLFF G, BOARDMAN D, HORSFALL I, SUTTON I, DAVIS N, CHESTER R, RIPLEY M, LEWIS C, ROWLAND S, PATCHING J, FERRERO T, LAMBSHEAD P & RICE A  (1995)  'THE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF SEDIMENTS FROM THE MADEIRA ABYSSAL-PLAIN - PRELIMINARY-RESULTS' INTERNATIONALE REVUE DER GESAMTEN HYDROBIOLOGIE  80  (2),  pp 333 - 349  Author Site , DOI 
ALI L, MANTOURA R & ROWLAND S  (1995)  'THE DISSOLUTION AND PHOTODEGRADATION OF KUWAITI CRUDE-OIL IN SEAWATER .1. QUANTITATIVE DISSOLUTION AND ANALYSIS OF THE SEAWATER-SOLUBLE FRACTION' MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH  40  (1),  pp 1 - 17  Author Site , DOI 
ALI L, MANTOURA R & ROWLAND S  (1995)  'THE DISSOLUTION AND PHOTODEGRADATION OF KUWAITI CRUDE-OIL IN SEAWATER .2. A LABORATORY PHOTODEGRADATION APPARATUS AND PHOTODEGRADATION KINETICS OF A MODEL SEAWATER SOLUBLE HYDROCARBON (PHENANTHRENE)' MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH  40  (4),  pp 319 - 335  Author Site , DOI 
THOMAS K, DONKIN P & ROWLAND S  (1995)  'TOXICITY ENHANCEMENT OF AN ALIPHATIC PETROGENETIC UNRESOLVED COMPLEX MIXTURE (UCM) BY CHEMICAL OXIDATION' WATER RESEARCH  29  (1),  pp 379 - 382  Author Site , DOI 
EVANS E, PRETORIUS W, EBDON L & ROWLAND S  (1994)  'LOW-PRESSURE INDUCTIVELY-COUPLED PLASMA ION-SOURCE FOR MOLECULAR AND ATOMIC MASS-SPECTROMETRY' ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY  66  (20),  pp 3400 - 3407  Author Site , DOI 
BELT S, COOKE D, HIRD S & ROWLAND S  (1994)  'STRUCTURAL DETERMINATION OF A HIGHLY BRANCHED C-25 SEDIMENTARY ISOPRENOID BIOMARKER BY NMR-SPECTROSCOPY AND MASS-SPECTROMETRY' JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS  (18),  pp 2077 - 2078  Author Site , DOI 
ROBSON J & ROWLAND S  (1994)  'SYNTHESIS OF POLYPODANE (C-30) AND STRUCTURALLY RELATED C-25 BICYCLIC HYDROCARBONS' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  21  (8-9),  pp 937 - 942  Author Site , DOI 
ZHOU J, ROWLAND S, MANTOURA R & BRAVEN J  (1994)  'THE FORMATION OF HUMIC COATINGS ON MINERAL PARTICLES UNDER SIMULATED ESTUARINE CONDITIONS - A MECHANISTIC STUDY' WATER RESEARCH  28  (3),  pp 571 - 579  Author Site , DOI 
PRETORIUS W, EBDON L & ROWLAND S  (1993)  'DEVELOPMENT OF A HIGH-TEMPERATURE GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY INDUCTIVELY-COUPLED PLASMA-MASS SPECTROMETRY INTERFACE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF METALLOPORPHYRINS' JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY  646  (2),  pp 369 - 375  Author Site , DOI 
HUTCHEON I, APLIN A, ROWLAND S, BROWN A, SMALL J, CURTIS C, COLEMAN M, APLIN A & CURTIS C  (1993)  'DIAGENESIS OF ORGANIC-MATTER - GENERAL DISCUSSION' PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES  344  (1670),  pp 113 - 113  Author Site , DOI 
LEWIS C & ROWLAND S  (1993)  'EARLY DIAGENESIS OF BIOCHEMICAL-CONSTITUENTS IN SEDIMENTS FROM THE PERU UPWELLING REGION' ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  206,  pp 60 - GEOC  Author Site
PRETORIUS W, FOULKES M, EBDON L & ROWLAND S  (1993)  'HPLC COUPLED WITH ICPMS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF METALLOPORPHYRINS IN COAL EXTRACTS' HRC-JOURNAL OF HIGH RESOLUTION CHROMATOGRAPHY  16  (3),  pp 157 - 160  Author Site
ROWLAND S, ROCKEY C, ALLIHAIBI S & WOLFF G  (1993)  'INCORPORATION OF SULFUR INTO PHYTOL DERIVATIVES DURING SIMULATED EARLY DIAGENESIS' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  20  (1),  pp 1 - 5  Author Site , DOI 
LEWIS C & ROWLAND S  (1993)  'QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF CHANGES OCCURRING IN ORGANIC-MATTER DURING EARLY DIAGENESIS' PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES  344  (1670),  pp 101 - 111  Author Site , DOI 
WOLFF G, PRESTON M, HARRIMAN G & ROWLAND S  (1993)  'SOME PRELIMINARY-OBSERVATIONS AFTER THE WRECK OF THE OIL TANKER BRAER IN SHETLAND' MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN  26  (10),  pp 567 - 571  Author Site , DOI 
ROBSON J & ROWLAND S  (1993)  'SYNTHESIS, CHROMATOGRAPHIC AND SPECTRAL CHARACTERIZATION OF 2,6,11,15-TETRAMETHYLHEXADECANE (CROCETANE) AND 2,6,9,13-TETRAMETHYLTETRADECANE - REFERENCE ACYCLIC ISOPRENOIDS FOR GEOCHEMICAL STUDIES' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  20  (7),  pp 1093 - 1098  Author Site , DOI 
GOUGH M, RHEAD M & ROWLAND S  (1992)  'BIODEGRADATION STUDIES OF UNRESOLVED COMPLEX-MIXTURES OF HYDROCARBONS - MODEL UCM HYDROCARBONS AND THE ALIPHATIC UCM' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  18  (1),  pp 17 - 22  Author Site
KIM A, FOULKES M, EBDON L, HILL S, PATIENCE R, BARWISE A & ROWLAND S  (1992)  'CONSTRUCTION OF A CAPILLARY GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA MASS-SPECTROMETRY TRANSFER LINE AND APPLICATION OF THE TECHNIQUE TO THE ANALYSIS OF ALKYLLEAD SPECIES IN FUEL' JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL ATOMIC SPECTROMETRY  (7),  pp 1147 - 1149  Author Site , DOI 
KIM A, HILL S, EBDON L & ROWLAND S  (1992)  'DETERMINATION OF ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS BY CAPILLARY GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY - INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA MASS-SPECTROMETRY' HRC-JOURNAL OF HIGH RESOLUTION CHROMATOGRAPHY  15  (10),  pp 665 - 668  Author Site
HIRD S, EVENS R & ROWLAND S  (1992)  'ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SEDIMENTARY AND SYNTHETIC HIGHLY BRANCHED C20 AND C25 MONOENES' MARINE CHEMISTRY  37  (1-2),  pp 117 - 129  Author Site , DOI 
PATIENCE R, BAXBY M, BARTLE K, PERRY D, REES A & ROWLAND S  (1992)  'THE FUNCTIONALITY OF ORGANIC NITROGEN IN SOME RECENT SEDIMENTS FROM THE PERU UPWELLING REGION' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  18  (2),  pp 161 - 169  Author Site , DOI 
REVILL A, CARR M & ROWLAND S  (1992)  'USE OF OXIDATIVE-DEGRADATION FOLLOWED BY CAPILLARY GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND MULTIDIMENSIONAL-SCALING ANALYSIS TO FINGERPRINT UNRESOLVED COMPLEX-MIXTURES OF HYDROCARBONS' JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY  589  (1-2),  pp 281 - 286  Author Site , DOI 
GOUGH M & ROWLAND S  (1991)  'CHARACTERIZATION OF UNRESOLVED COMPLEX-MIXTURES OF HYDROCARBONS FROM LUBRICATING OIL FEEDSTOCKS' ENERGY & FUELS  (6),  pp 869 - 874  Author Site , DOI 
EBDON L, EVENS R, HILL S & ROWLAND S  (1990)  'APPROACHES TO ENVIRONMENTAL-ANALYSIS USING GC-AED' ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  199,  pp 193 - ANYL  Author Site
GOUGH M & ROWLAND S  (1990)  'CHARACTERIZATION OF UNRESOLVED COMPLEX-MIXTURES OF HYDROCARBONS IN PETROLEUM' NATURE  344  (6267),  pp 648 - 650  Author Site , DOI 
ROWLAND S, HIRD S, ROBSON J & VENKATESAN M  (1990)  'HYDROGENATION BEHAVIOR OF 2 HIGHLY BRANCHED C-25 DIENES FROM ANTARCTIC MARINE-SEDIMENTS' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  15  (2),  pp 215 - 218  Author Site , DOI 
ROWLAND S & MAXWELL J  (1990)  'PHYTENIC ALDEHYDES IN A FRESH-WATER SEDIMENT' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  15  (4),  pp 457 - 460  Author Site , DOI 
ROWLAND S  (1990)  'PRODUCTION OF ACYCLIC ISOPRENOID HYDROCARBONS BY LABORATORY MATURATION OF METHANOGENIC BACTERIA' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  15  (1),  pp 9 - 16  Author Site , DOI 
ROWLAND S & ROBSON J  (1990)  'THE WIDESPREAD OCCURRENCE OF HIGHLY BRANCHED ACYCLIC C-20, C-25 AND C-30 HYDROCARBONS IN RECENT SEDIMENTS AND BIOTA - A REVIEW' MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH  30  (3),  pp 191 - 216  Author Site , DOI 
ROBSON J & ROWLAND S  (1988)  'BIODEGRADATION OF HIGHLY BRANCHED ISOPRENOID HYDROCARBONS - A POSSIBLE EXPLANATION OF SEDIMENTARY ABUNDANCE' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  13  (4-6),  pp 691 - 695  Author Site , DOI 
EGLINTON T, PHILP R & ROWLAND S  (1988)  'FLASH PYROLYSIS OF ARTIFICIALLY MATURED KEROGENS FROM THE KIMMERIDGE CLAY, UK' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  12  (1),  pp 33 - 41  Author Site , DOI 
EGLINTON T, DOUGLAS A & ROWLAND S  (1988)  'RELEASE OF ALIPHATIC, AROMATIC AND SULFUR-COMPOUNDS FROM KIMMERIDGE KEROGEN BY HYDROUS PYROLYSIS - A QUANTITATIVE STUDY' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  13  (4-6),  pp 655 - 663  Author Site , DOI 
ROBSON J & ROWLAND S  (1988)  'SYNTHESIS OF A HIGHLY BRANCHED C-30 SEDIMENTARY HYDROCARBON' TETRAHEDRON LETTERS  29  (31),  pp 3837 - 3840  Author Site , DOI 
EGLINTON T & ROWLAND S  (1987)  'ABSOLUTE QUANTIFICATION OF BIOLOGICAL MARKERS RELEASED FROM KEROGENS DURING HYDROUS PYROLYSIS' ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  193,  pp 33 - GEOC  Author Site
EGLINTON T, CURTIS C & ROWLAND S  (1987)  'GENERATION OF WATER-SOLUBLE ORGANIC-ACIDS FROM KEROGEN DURING HYDROUS PYROLYSIS - IMPLICATIONS FOR POROSITY DEVELOPMENT' MINERALOGICAL MAGAZINE  51  (362),  pp 495 - 503  Author Site , DOI 
JONES D, ROWLAND S, DOUGLAS A & HOWELLS S  (1986)  'AN EXAMINATION OF THE FATE OF NIGERIAN CRUDE-OIL IN SURFACE SEDIMENTS OF THE HUMBER ESTUARY BY GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY AND GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY MASS-SPECTROMETRY' INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY  24  (3),  pp 227 - 247  Author Site , DOI 
ROWLAND S, AARESKJOLD K, GOU X & DOUGLAS A  (1986)  'HYDROUS PYROLYSIS OF SEDIMENTS - COMPOSITION AND PROPORTIONS OF AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS IN PYROLYSATES' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  10  (4-6),  pp 1033 - 1040  Author Site , DOI 
ROBSON J & ROWLAND S  (1986)  'IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL WIDELY DISTRIBUTED SEDIMENTARY ACYCLIC SESTERTERPENOIDS' NATURE  324  (6097),  pp 561 - 563  Author Site , DOI 
EGLINTON T, ROWLAND S, CURTIS C & DOUGLAS A  (1986)  'KEROGEN MINERAL REACTIONS AT RAISED TEMPERATURES IN THE PRESENCE OF WATER' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  10  (4-6),  pp 1041 - 1052  Author Site , DOI 
ROWLAND S, ALEXANDER R, KAGI R, JONES D & DOUGLAS A  (1986)  'MICROBIAL-DEGRADATION OF AROMATIC COMPONENTS OF CRUDE OILS - A COMPARISON OF LABORATORY AND FIELD OBSERVATIONS' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  (4),  pp 153 - 161  Author Site , DOI 
JONES D, ROWLAND S & DOUGLAS A  (1986)  'STERANES AS INDICATORS OF PETROLEUM-LIKE HYDROCARBONS IN MARINE SURFACE SEDIMENTS' MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN  17  (1),  pp 24 - 27  Author Site , DOI 
ROWLAND S, YON D, LEWIS C & MAXWELL J  (1985)  'OCCURRENCE OF 2,6,10-TRIMETHYL-7-(3-METHYLBUTYL)-DODECANE AND RELATED HYDROCARBONS IN THE GREEN-ALGA ENTEROMORPHA-PROLIFERA AND SEDIMENTS' ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY  (3),  pp 207 - 213  Author Site , DOI 
ROWLAND S & MAXWELL J  (1984)  'REWORKED TRITERPENOID AND STEROID HYDROCARBONS IN A RECENT SEDIMENT' GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA  48  (4),  pp 617 - 624  Author Site , DOI 
ATTYGALLE A, MORGAN E, EVERSHED R & ROWLAND S  (1983)  'COMPARISON OF 3 DERIVATIVES FOR THE ENANTIOMERIC SEPARATION OF CHIRAL ALCOHOLS AND THE ABSOLUTE-CONFIGURATION OF MYRMICA ANT 3-OCTANOL' JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY  260  (2),  pp 411 - 417  Author Site , DOI 
ROWLAND S & MAXWELL J  (1983)  'STEREOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF ACYCLIC ISOPRENOID COMPOUNDS .11. GC ANALYSIS OF A SERIES OF ALCOHOLS' JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHIC SCIENCE  21  (7),  pp 298 - 303  Author Site
ROWLAND S & VOLKMAN J  (1982)  'BIOGENIC AND POLLUTANT ALIPHATIC-HYDROCARBONS IN MYTILUS-EDULIS FROM THE NORTH-SEA' MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH  (2),  pp 117 - 130  Author Site , DOI 
ROWLAND S, LAMB N, WILKINSON C & MAXWELL J  (1982)  'CONFIRMATION OF 2,6,10,15,19-PENTAMETHYLEICOSANE IN METHANOGENIC BACTERIA AND SEDIMENTS' TETRAHEDRON LETTERS  23  (1),  pp 101 - 104  Author Site , DOI 
PATIENCE R, ROWLAND S & MAXWELL J  (1978)  'STEREOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF ACYCLIC ISOPRENOID COMPOUNDS .8. EFFECT OF MATURATION ON CONFIGURATION OF PRISTANE IN SEDIMENTS AND PETROLEUM' GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA  42  (12),  pp 1871 - 1875  Author Site , DOI 
Johnson RJ, West CE, Swaih AM, Folwell BD, Smith BE, Rowland SJ & Whitby C  'Aerobic biotransformation of alkyl branched aromatic alkanoic naphthenic acids via two different pathways by a new isolate of Mycobacterium' Environmental Microbiology  , DOI 
Letters
Rowland SJ, Clough R, West CE, Scarlett AG, Jones D & Thompson S  (2011)  'Synthesis and mass spectrometry of some tri- and tetracyclic naphthenic acids' Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry  25,  pp 2573 - 2578
Conference Papers
Whitby C, Johnson R, Smith B, Robinson K & Rowland S  (2009)  'Biodegradation of naphthenic acids' pp A1433 - A1433
Smith EL, Sutton PA, Lewis AC, Galloway T & Rowland SJ  (2004)  'Analytical and toxicological methods for identification of unresolved complex mixtures ('humps') of hydrocarbons in the environment' pp A529 - A529
Read P, Beere H, Ebdon L, Leizers M, Hetheridge M & Rowland S  (1997)  'Gas chromatography microwave-induced plasma mass spectrometry (GC-MIP-MS): A multi-element analytical tool for organic geochemistry' pp 11 - 17 , DOI 
ZHOU J, ROWLAND S, MANTOURA R & LANE M  (1995)  'SORPTION AND DESORPTION OF TEFLUTHRIN INSECTICIDE BY SOIL UNDER SIMULATED RAINFALL RUNOFF CONDITIONS' pp 25 - 32
ZHOU J, ROWLAND S, BRAVEN J, MANTOURA R & HARLAND B  (1995)  'TEFLUTHRIN SORPTION TO MINERAL PARTICLES - ROLE OF PARTICLE ORGANIC COATINGS' pp 275 - 285 , DOI 
EBDON L, EVANS E, PRETORIUS W & ROWLAND S  (1994)  'ANALYSIS OF GEOPORPHYRINS BY HIGH-TEMPERATURE GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY INDUCTIVELY-COUPLED PLASMA-MASS SPECTROMETRY AND HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY INDUCTIVELY-COUPLED PLASMA-MASS SPECTROMETRY' pp 939 - 943 , DOI 
PARKES R, CRAGG B, GETLIFF J, HARVEY S, FRY J, LEWIS C & ROWLAND S  (1993)  'A QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF MICROBIAL DECOMPOSITION OF BIOPOLYMERS IN RECENT SEDIMENTS FROM THE PERU MARGIN' pp 55 - 66 , DOI 

Conferences organised

2003 Association of Chemistry in the Environment

4th International meeting on environmental chemistry

Plymouth December 2003


2003 British Organic Geochemistry Society

15th National meeting

 



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PEGG IN THE NEWS!


A 2 page article about our 'hump' research entitled "Oil troubles water", appeared in the Summer edition of Planet Earth. You can read it at http://www.nerc.ac.uk/publications/planetearth/.


The publication of some of our research into plastics pollution in Science (2004, vol. 304, p838) has met with worldwide interest including an interview given by our MBERG ecologist colleague Dr Richard Thompson to the BBC World Science in Action programme which you can listen to at http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/programmes/sci_act.shtml after Friday 7th May and the BBC Radio 4 Today programme which you can listen to at http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/today/listenagain/. The press have also published print and web-based articles, including in : Nature, The Guardian, The Washington Times, The Washington Post, The New York Times, National Geographic, New Scientist.


PEGG research on oil pollution was featured in an article by Nicola Jones in New Scientist magazine ("Spills' Lethal Legacy Lives On" ) recently (http://archive.newscientist.com/secure/article/article.jsp?rp=1&id=mg17823891.500) and also on BBC Radio 4 "Costing the Earth"' on 17th April 2003. Steve Rowland and Emma Smith were interviewed about their research into oil pollution by presenter Tom Feilden. You can hear it all on http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/science/costingtheearth_20030417.shtml


For more details of my research please see our group page at http//www.pegg.org.uk


For other WWW articles in which we have appeared please see:


http://www.fas.org/spp/eprint/mars_uk/rowland.html

http://www.iger.bbsrc.ac.uk/igerweb/confs/simsug/abstracts/controls.htm

http://www.science.plym.ac.uk/departments/environmental/news_stories/rowland_bc-australia.htm