Four team members from Cambridge Environmental Assessments attended the SETAC virtual conference (SETAC SciCon) from 3rd to 7th May 2020 (Amy Brooks, Claire McMillan, Fabienne Ericher and Bashir Surfraz).
During the conference, we presented five posters on some of our recent work. Electronic copies of these presentations can be downloaded by clicking the links below:
The need for specific protection goals in biocidal product risk assessments: case studies - Fabienne Ericher
Using historical control data to contextualise the variability in ecotoxicity studies - Amy Brooks, Hanna Schuster, Manousos Foudoulakis and James Wheeler
Deriving ecologically relevant endpoints for wild mammal risk assessments: 5 years on, what is the state of play? - Amy Brooks, Michael Hackett and Theresa Neely
Simulating rainfall to measure the effect of three cultivation methods on pesticide run-off - Bashir Surfraz, Gemma Woodward, Nathan Brettell, Lindsay Fogg, Timothy Pepper, Philip Dalkman and Simon Mayer
Field study to assess the influence of tied ridging technology used in potato cultivation on the rate of surface runoff of a herbicide - Bashir Surfraz, Liam Suttey, Gemma Woodward, Nathan Brettell, Lindsay Fogg and Timothy Pepper
You might also like to check out the CEA library, which contains all of our past presentations and journal articles from over a decade of policy advice, research and higher tier consultancy.
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