We offer a Research Project Course (RPC) on amphibians and pesticides as part of the project “Amphibians in agricultural landscapes: chemical landscape fragmentation implemented in a habitat modelling approach”.
The MAGIC (Meta-Analysis of Global Insecticide Contamination) research team is offering a Research Project Course (RPC) on transport distances of pesticides in surface waters to students of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Sciences.
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.
Are you interested in native amphibians and how pesticides affect them? The team “Community Ecology & Ecotoxicology” offers multiple research project courses (RPCs) and theses dealing with this broad topic.
In this post, Ralf Schäfer talks about their recently published paper “Assessing recovery of stream insects from pesticides using a two-patch metapopulation model”.
In this post, Trong Dieu Hien Le talks about their recently published paper “Contribution of waste water treatment plants to pesticide toxicity in agriculture catchments”.
In this post we talk about a critical review entitled “Resilience in Ecotoxicology – towards a multiple equilibrium concept”.