Tag Archives: Englert

At the pulse of time: transient effects may obscure biological effect monitoring

In this post, we talk about our recently published paper “Transient effects following peak exposures towards pesticides – an explanation for the unresponsiveness of in situ measured functional variables”.

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Population-level fungicide effects assessed in the Laboratory Stream Microcosm Facility

In this post, we talk about our recently published paper “Long-term effects of fungicides on leaf-associated microorganisms and shredder populations – an artificial stream study”.

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What are you working on? Part I: Team “Functional Aquatic Ecotoxicology”

In this new series of posts, research teams/groups of Landau’s Institute of Environmental Sciences introduce their Ecotoxicology-related research. This time: the team “Functional Aquatic Ecotoxicology” Continue reading

Poster on neonicotinoids’ effects on leaf-shredding invertebrates presented at ICCE Leipzig 2015

In this post, PhD student Dominic Englert shares his poster „Effects of systemic neonicotinoid insecticides: the importance of exposure pathways“ that he presented during the 15th EuCheMS International Conference on Chemistry and the Environment in Leipzig, Germany. Continue reading

Poster spotlight on neonicotinoids’ effects on leaf-shredding invertebrates presented at SETAC Europe Barcelona 2015

In this post, PhD student Dominic Englert shares his poster „Are neonicotinoids a threat for leaf litter breakdown? A laboratory approach with leaf shredding invertebrates“ that he presented during this year’s SETAC Europe Meeting.

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