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For over a decade, CEA has been developing state-of-the-art regulatory risk assessment methods and undertaking research. We often use the SETAC Europe annual meetings as a platform to communicate our approaches, sharing and discussing our experiences with other regulatory scientists. This has led to CEA producing more than 60 posters and platform presentations since 2005. To celebrate this achievement, and also to make this work easily available to all interested parties, we have uploaded our SETAC archive so that all our past posters and platform presentations can be downloaded for free:

Title Authors Year

GeoPEARL UK - a fully spatially-distributed, higher-tier modelling approach for refining UK groundwater exposure estimates.

J. Carnall, G. Hughes 2019

Is that an Effect? The Importance of Using All Relevant Data in Mesocosm Studies

Ashford et al. 2018

Developing Methods to Determine Aquatic Invertebrate Behavioural Endpoints for Regulatory Ecotoxicology Studies

Brooks et al. 2018

Keeping it Real: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Aquatic Risk Assessment

Brooks et al. 2018

An Updated Version of SEPA BathAuto Tool for Assessing Anti-parasitic Chemical Treatments in Marine Cage Fish Farms

Carnall et al. 2018

Selecting Application Dates for UK Higher Tier Drainflow Modelling: Comparing the Focus and CRD Pesticide Application Timing Rule

Carnall et al. 2018

Considering Diffuse Urban and Agricultural Sources of Pesticides at the Landscape and Catchment Scale

Hughes et al. 2018

Contextualising Statistically Significant Differences Observed in Mesocosm Studies Using Historical Control Data

Joyce et al.  2018

Manure Transportation in Europe - Consideration for Spatially Distributed Modelling of Veterinary Medicines

McMillan 2018

Plant Recovery: A Mesocosm Perspective

Pickering at al. 2018

Use of Higher-Tier Laboratory Testing in Mesocosm Studies

Ashford et al. 2017

Deriving Ecologically Relevant Endpoints for Wild Mammal Risk Assessment

Brooks et al. 2017

The 'So What' Question: When is an Effect Actually an Effect?

Brooks 2017

Environmental Exposure Following the Use of Veterinary Medicinal Products As Bath Treatments - An Extended Version of the MLA Model

Carnall et al. 2017

Challenges in Exposure Modelling of Fish Veterinary Medicines

Ericher 2017

The Use of Recovery Endpoints in Aquatic Risk Assessments: What About Isolated Waterbodies?

Hackett et al. 2017

Modelling Breeding Success in Birds Potentially Exposed to Treated Seed

Lawrence et al.  2017

Geographical Scenarios to Assess Environmental Risk of Veterinary Medicines in Europe

McMillan and Hughes 2017

Modelling and Monitoring of Pesticides Fate and Exposure in a Regulatory Context

Pepper et al. 2017

Practical Experience of MDD Analysis for Mesocosm Studies: Challenges for Reliable Endpoints from Tricky Taxa

Schuster et al. 2017

Reflections On Bird And Mammal Risk Assessment: Past, Present and Future

Brooks et al. 2016

Example of a Conceptual Garden Scenario and Potential for Ecosystem Services and Ecological Modelling to Support the Regulatory Process

Ericher 2016

Outdoor Use of Biocidal Products - Considering Contaminated Rainwater Pathways in the Urban Context and Potential for Harmonisation

Ericher 2016

Culturing and Testing Early Life-History Stage Larvae of Chaoborus crystallinus and Cloeon dipterum

Howells et al.  2016

Eliminating Stressors in Laboratory Tests with Corixidae

Joyce and Taylor 2016
   Can We Combine Data From Avian Reproduction Studies On Different Test Species To Improve Risk Assessments? Lawrence 2016
   Results and Interpretation of a Field Scale Bioaccumulation and Biomagnification Monitoring Programme Lawrence et al. 2016

VSmod - A Comparison with Field Derived Values of Runoff Removal Efficiency Under Controlled Conditions

Pepper et al. 2016

Culturing and Testing Early Life History Stage Larvae of Asellus aquaticus, Crangonyx pseudogracilisand Lymnaea stagnalis

Radford et al.  2016
  Arenas Sanchez et al. 2015

Minimum Detectable Differences (MDD’s) in Mesocosm Studies: The Importance of Pre-treatment Management and Appropriate Sampling Techniques for Insecticides

Blackey et al.  2015

Use of Dehusking in Plant Protection Products on Product Risk Assessment for Birds & Mammals

Hackett and Lawrence 2015

Development of a UK Higher Tier Groundwater Environmental Risk Assessment for Pesticides

Hughes 2015

An Updated Landuse Data Set for Use in European Regulatory Environmental Risk Assessments

Hughes and Lyons 2015

Assessing Environmental Risk of Co-formulants Used in Plant Protection Products Under REACH - A Case Study of When a Chemical Use Doesn't Fit the Standard Assessment Framework

McMillan et al. 2015

The Minimum Detectable Difference (2): Appropriate Experimental Design and Endpoint Selection for Algae in Mesocosm Studies

Pickering et al. 2015

Catchment Scale Modelling to Refine FOCUS Scenario Based Risk Estimates of Selected Veterinary Medicines in Drinking Water

Hughes et al.  2014

Sensitivity Analysis of Key Environmental Fate Parameters Used in PETRORISK Version 6.02 for the Environmental Risk Assessment of Petroleum Substances

McMillan 2014

Addressing Mesocosm Data Requirements In The New EFSA Aquatic Guidance Document

Taylor and Bennett 2014

Sloped Mesocosms: A New Design to Evaluate Macrophyte Community Effects

Walton 2014

Laboratory Aquatic Invertebrate Single-Species Screening Studies

Zivtins et al. 2014

Developments in Laboratory & In-Situ Invertebrate Bioassays for Use in Higher Tier Mesocosm Testing

Bennett et al.  2013

Breeding Success and Risk Assessments for Birds Exposed to Treated Seed

Lawrence and Crocker  2013

Development of a Chronic Lemna Assay to Support Regulatory Endpoints from Mesocosm Studies with Herbicides

Priestly et al. 2013

New Developments in Species Selection for Mesocosm Testing with Herbicides: Recent Experience and Recommendations

Walton et al. 

2013

   Considerations For Design and Statistical Interpretation of Ecotoxicological Community Studies Lawrence et al. 2012
   Ecological Context of Long-Term Avian Risk Assessments: UK Spring Seed Treatment Example Lawrence et al. 2012

Novel Approaches for Static Mesocosm Studies with Herbicides: Linking Modelled Exposure with the Reality of Flowing Water and Other Challenges

Taylor and Weyman 2012

New Developments in Mesocosm Testing with Herbicides: Recent Experience and Recommendations

Taylor et al.  2012
   Non-Target Arthropods: Recovery and Representivity Lawrence and Brown 2010

Improving Emission Estimates of Ingredients Used in Home and Personal Care Products for Use in EU Risk Assessments

Price et al.  2010
   Bird and Mammal Reproductive Assessments: Broods at Risk Lawrence 2009

Do Aquatic Mesocosms Represent Real Edge-of-field Water Bodies in the UK?

Taylor and Blake 2009

Development of a Surface Run-off Vulnerability Index

Hughes et al. 2008

   An Alternative Method for Estimating Risk to NTA's

Lawrence and Miles 2008

Do Aquatic Mesocosms Represent Real Edge of Field Water Bodies in the UK? Outline of a Field Sampling Programme

Taylor et al.  2008

Climate Change Impacts on Environmental Risk Assessments - A Synthesis

Hughes and Price 2007

Aquatic Macrophytes - Is There a Need for Additional Test Species?

Kroos et al. 2007

A Database of Generic Information to aid the Interpretation of NTA Field Studies

Lawrence 2007

    An Alternative Method for the Estimation of Arthropod Exposure to Pesticides

Lawrence 2007

Software Tools to Aid Interpretation of Surface Water Exposure Assessment

Ford and Price 2006

Variability and Uncertainty in Arthropod Exposure to Pesticide Drift in Crop and Off-Crop Areas

Lawrence and Arnold 2006

Modifying Environmental Risk Assessments: A Software Solution for Document Management

Mason et al. 2006

Linking the Run-off Model PRZM with a GIS Database to Determine Variability in Surface Water Exposure

Price et al. 2006

GIS Tools: Field Study Design and Aquatic Risk Assessments

Price et al.  2006

Characterisation & Field Evaluation of Sheep Dip Chemical Disposal

Arnold et al. 2005

Zooplankton Community Responses to a Toxic Perturbation in a Mature Lentic Mesocosm

Blake et al. 2005

Monitoring of Farm-scale Bioremediation Systems for Pesticide Handling/Washdown Areas

Mason et al. 2005

The Use of FOCUS PEARL in an Automated Spatial Exposure Modelling Assessment for the Prediction of Isoproturon Concentrations in Groundwater

Price et al. 2005

FOCUS Surface Water Modelling Using Separate Water and Sediment Degradation Values Compared with Using a Total System Dissipation Value

Price et al.  2005

 

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