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Linking Aquatic Exposure and Effects Risk Assessment of Pesticides

By: Theo C Brock
440 pages, 124 b/w illus, 86 tabs
Publisher: CRC Press
Linking Aquatic Exposure and Effects
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About this book

This book provides guidance and recommendations for linking aquatic exposure and ecotoxicological effects in the environmental assessment of agricultural pesticides. Leading international scientists share their expertise in aquatic exposure assessment, aquatic ecotoxicology, and the risk assessment and management of plant protection products. The book incorporates the tools and approaches currently available for assessing the environmental risks of time-variable exposure profiles of pesticides. It also discusses the science behind these techniques.

Contents

Guidance on Linking Aquatic Exposure and Effects in the Registration Procedure of Plant Protection Products; Executive Summary and Recommendations: European Union Workshop on Linking Aquatic Exposure and Effects in the Registration Procedure of Plant Protection Products (ELINK); Introduction to the Guidance on Linking Aquatic Exposure and Effects in the Risk Assessment for Plant Protection Products; Tier 1 Aquatic Risk Assessment for Plant Protection Products in Europe; Generalized Exposure Regimes and Tiered Exposure; Assessment for Plant Protection Products; Species Sensitivity Distribution Approach in the Risk Assessment of Plant Protection Products; Use of Refined Exposure Single-Species and Population Studies in the Risk Assessment of Plant Protection Products; Toxicokinetic and Toxicodynamic Modeling in the Risk Assessment of Plant Protection Products; Model Ecosystem Approach in the Risk Assessment of Plant Protection Products; Ecological Models in the Risk Assessment of Plant Protection Products; Ecological Field Data in the Risk Assessment of Plant Protection Products; References; Reports from ELINK Work Groups; A Novice's Guide to FOCUS Surface Water; Interaction between Fate and Effect Experts; Extrapolation Methods in Aquatic Effect Assessment of Time-Variable Exposures to Pesticides; Ecological Characterization of Water Bodies; References; Glossary and Appendices; Appendix 1: Workshop Participants; Appendix 2: Workshop Sponsors; Appendix 3: Case Studies; Appendix 4: Foldout Page of the ELINK Decision Scheme: Explanatory Notes for Figure 2.1; Glossary

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Biography

Theo C.M. Brock is a senior research scientist in aquatic ecology and ecotoxicology at Alterra, Wageningen University and Research Centre. Anne Alix is the director of the unit in charge of environment and ecotoxicology evaluations at the Plant and Environment Directorate of the French Agency on the Safety of Food. Colin D. Brown is a professor of ecochemistry at the University of York. Ettore Capri is an associate professor of environmental chemistry at the Universita Cattoloca del Sacro Cuore in Piacenza. Bernhard F.F. Gottesburen is team leader of BASF's environmental fate modeling team. Fred Heimbach is a consultant scientist in pesticide risk assessment at RIFCon GmbH. Chris M. Lythgo works in the pesticide risk assessment peer review unit at the European Food Safety Authority in Parma. Ralf Schulz is a professor of environmental sciences and the head of the Department for Environmental Sciences at the University of Koblenz-Landau. Martin Streloke is head of the environmental unit at the German Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety.
By: Theo C Brock
440 pages, 124 b/w illus, 86 tabs
Publisher: CRC Press
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