Nine members of the Cambridge Environmental Assessments (CEA) team attended the SETAC Europe virtual conference on 3rd - 6th May 2021 (Amy Brooks, Alan Lawrence, Fabienne Ericher, Greg Hughes, Hanna Schuster, Helena Crosland, Marie Brown, Nadine Taylor and Zoe Jones.
During the conference, we presented seven posters on some of our recent work. Electronic copies of these presentations can be downloaded by clicking the links below:
Aquatic macrophyte growth season in central and northern EU and the implications for aquatic macrophyte risk assessments for herbicides - Helena Crosland, Amy Brooks, Michael Hackett and Thomas Preuss
Summary of the conclusions from the EFSA Technical Report on bee background mortality; review of usefulness and uncertainties - Helena Crosland, Amy Brooks, Alan Lawrence and Kevin Brown
Development of a higher-tier, indoor microcosm study using Chironomus riparius - Zoe Jones, Hanna Schuster, Marie Brown, Jamie Smith, Nadine Taylor, Gwendolin Kraetzig and Seamus Taylor
Collation and analysis of regulatory field trial data for the validation and refinement of crop development dates used in pesticide exposure modelling and risk assessment - Greg Hughes, Andrew Eatherall, Alex Blakey, A. Bolekhan, PR Branford, S. Gebler, Anthony Lozano, P. Massey, Liz Whitworth and Jonathan Blake
Ecotoxicology testing experiences with EPT taxa - Marie Brown, Hanna Schuster, Zoe Jones, Jamie Smith and Nadine Taylor
Optimising the synchronisation of the mayfly cloeon dipterum for use in chronic higher-tier lab testing - Zoe Jones, Hanna Schuster, Marie Brown, Jamie Smith and Nadine Taylor
Use of Mesocosm studies to test the effects of Plant Protection Products (PPP's) on sediment and benthic organisms - Marie Brown, Hanna Schuster, Zoe Jones, Jamie Smith, Nadine Taylor, Amy Brooks and Abdul Abu
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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