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Pesticides rarely come alone

In their latest publication, scientists from the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research quantified the relevance of pesticide mixtures using monitoring data from pesticide application schemes and Germany-wide stream samplings. The research concluded that environmental risk assessment of pesticides requires refinements.

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Water Quality in European Surface Waters – A Spatial Complex (Part 3)

Jakob Wolfram talks about how water quality in Europe is affected by spatial factors and how they contribute to quality impairments for different organism groups. His research on “Water Quality and Ecological Risks in European Surface Waters – Monitoring Improves While Water Quality Decreases” is published in Environment International.

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Water Quality in European Surface Waters – A Risky Situation (Part 2)

Jakob Wolfram talks about how water quality in Europe changed over time for different species groups and identifies the actors responsible for the deteriorated water quality. His research on “Water Quality and Ecological Risks in European Surface Waters – Monitoring Improves While Water Quality Decreases” is published in Environment International.

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Water Quality in European Surface Waters – Finding stories in big data (Part 1)

Jakob Wolfram talks about analyzing a large monitoring dataset to understand how water quality in Europe changed over time, how these trends affect different species groups, and which factors contribute to deteriorated water quality. His research on “Water Quality and Ecological Risks in European Surface Waters – Monitoring Improves While Water Quality Decreases” is published in Environment International.

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Graphing Ecotoxicology

In this article, Jakob Wolfram talks about their recent publication “Graphing Ecotoxicology: The MAGIC graph for Linking Environmental Data on Chemicals”. This work detailed how a novel database structure was used to manage, aggregate, and harmonize different environmental databases in order to address large-scale environmental issues.

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