In this post, Philipp Uhl talks about his recently published paper “Is Osmia bicornis an adequate regulatory surrogate? Comparing its acute contact sensitivity to Apis mellifera“.Continue reading
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, 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, Carsten Brühl informs about their recently published paper “Decreasing Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis sensitivity of Chironomus riparius larvae with age indicates potential environmental risk for mosquito control”.
In this post, Kathrin Theissinger and Carsten Brühl inform about their recent paper “Amphibian population genetics in agricultural landscapes: does viniculture drive the population structuring of the European common frog (Rana temporaria)?”.
In this post, Carsten Brühl explains the background of the new paper “Management matters: A comparison of ant assemblages in organic and conventional vineyards” with colleagues from Florence, Italy.
In this post, Philipp Uhl and colleagues talk about their recently published paper “Interspecific sensitivity of bees towards dimethoate and implications for environmental risk assessment”.
Carsten Brühl informs about their recent paper “Amphibians and Plant-Protection Products – What Research and Action Is Needed?”
In this new series of posts, research teams/groups of Landau’s Institute of Environmental Sciences introduce their Ecotoxicology-related research. This time: the group “Conservation Genetics”. Continue reading
Landau’s Carsten Brühl and Johann Zaller of BOKU Vienna are editing a special issue in Frontiers in Environmental Sciences on Non-Target Effects of Pesticides on Organisms Inhabiting Agroecosystems. Continue reading