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CEA activities at SETAC Copenhagen

Ten team members from Cambridge Environmental Assessments attended the SETAC Europe conference in Copenhagen from 15th to 19th May 2022 (from top left: Amy Brooks, Claire McMillan, David Brown, Fabienne Ericher, Greg Hughes, Hanna Schuster, Helena Crosland, Marie Brown, Nadine Taylor and Zoe Parker-Crosse).

During the conference, we presented three platform presentations, two poster corners and twelve posters on some of our recent work. Amy Brooks also co-chaired a session entitled ‘Developments for regulatory risk assessment for birds and mammals under pesticide legislation’, together with co-chairs from industry (Manousos Foudoulakis), academia (Theo Brock) and a regulatory agency (Emily McVey).

Electronic copies of our presentations can be downloaded by clicking the links below:

Challenges Analysing Monitoring Data for an Insecticide Regulated Under Different Frameworks A Case Study on Cypermethrin in the UK (McMillan, C., Hughes, G., Newman, J.) Poster

Uncertainty analysis at the catchment scale for higher-tier BPR and REACH risk assessments (Ericher, F.) Platform

Regulatory risk assessment of down-the-drain products: giving urban catchments a story (Ericher, F.) Poster

Validation and refinement of crop development dates used in pesticide exposure modelling and risk assessment: collation and analysis of regulatory field trial data (Hughes, G.O., Eatherall, A., Bird, M., Branford, P.R., Gebler, S., Lozano, A., Massey, P.A., Reinken, G., Whitworth, E., Blake, J.) Poster

Analysis of public environmental monitoring datasets for the listing and delisting of priority substances (Hughes, G.O., Whitworth, E., Starp, M., Atkinson, J.) Poster

Collation and analysis of public environmental monitoring datasets for regulatory submissions (Hughes, G.O., Whitworth, E., Mayer, S.) Poster

Factors affecting spring pesticide spray operations in central Sweden: towards refining the FOCUSsw D1 scenario pesticide application timing (Hughes, G.O., Whitworth, E., Mackay, N., Kyllmar, K., Jarvis, N., Piikki, K) Poster corner

Interpretation of public surface water monitoring datasets: characterizing pollutant sources and their exposure pathways to assess their relative importance (Hughes, G.O., McMillan, C.) Poster

The new draft guidance for birds and mammals from the perspective of practitioners (Crosland, H., Russ, A., Brooks, A.C., Giessing, B., Fuelling, O., Rossbach, A., Wolf, C.) Platform

Deriving ecorelevant endpoints for wild mammals under draft new bird and mammal guidance (EFSA 2021) (Brooks, A.C., Bull, S.) Poster

Algae preservation and enumeration techniques for use in micro- and mesocosm studies  (Parker-Crosse, Z., Schuster, H., Brown, M., Smith, K., Taylor, N.) Virtual Poster

What are the main drivers that contribute to herbicidal mixture toxicity in a highly agriculturally influenced landscape (Schuster, H.S., Sur, R., Weyers, A., Taylor, N.) Poster

Modified exposure studies in aquatic risk assessments: how useful are they? (Schuster, H.S., Smith, K., Brooks, A.C., Bestwick, J., Brown, M., Taylor, N.) Poster

Can you reduce validation effort when jointly calibrating guts models for multiple species? (Schuster, H.S., Gergs, A, Preuss, T.G., Taylor, N.) Poster

Selecting and testing ecologically relevant macrophytes and endpoints in mesocosm studies (Brown, M., Smith, K., Parker-Crosse, Z., Schuster, H.S., Taylor, N.) Platform

Exploring biological read across of endocrine-mediated effects between birds and other vertebrates (Crosland, H., Lawrence, A., Weltje, L., Hallmark, N., Haaf, S.) Poster

A review of environmental protection goals: what are the options for Great Britain? (Brooks, A.C.) Poster corner

All of our presentations from previous SETAC meetings are also available online at this link: https://www.cea.adas.co.uk/Library

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