In this post, Alexander Feckler talks about their recently published paper “When significance becomes insignificant: effect sizes and their uncertainties in Bayesian and frequentist frameworks as an alternative approach when analyzing ecotoxicological data”.
The European Commission Journal “Science for Environmental Policy” is reporting on our published paper “Does waterborne exposure explain effects caused by neonicotinoid-contaminated plant material in aquatic systems?”.
In this post, we talk about our recently published paper “UV-irradiation and leaching in water reduce the toxicity of imidacloprid-contaminated leaves for the aquatic leaf-shredding amphipod Gammarus fossarum“.
In this post, Simon Lüderwald talks about their recently accepted literature review “Nanoparticles in the environment – where do we come from, where do we go to?”.
In this post, Ralf Schäfer reports on their recently published paper “Advancing understanding and prediction in multiple stressor research through a mechanistic basis for null models”.
In this post, Kathrin Theissinger talks about their recently published paper “Using DNA metabarcoding for assessing chironomid diversity and community change in mosquito controlled temporary wetlands”.
In this post, we briefly highlight the 100th Volume Special Issue of the Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (BECT), which is freely accessible until 23 March 2018.
In this post, Elena Adams is presenting her new project “The impact of pesticides on amphibians – Effects of environmentally relevant pesticide mixtures and formulations on German Anura” for which she received a doctoral scholarship of the German Federal Environmental Foundation.
In this post, we talk about our recently published paper “Relative importance of dietary uptake and waterborne exposure for a leaf-shredding amphipod exposed to thiacloprid-contaminated leaves”.
In this post, Gabriela Kalcikova talks about their recently published paper “Wastewater treatment plant effluents as source of cosmetic polyethylene microbeads to freshwater”.