Blogs are effective outlets for science communication. We launched the EcotoxBlog in 2015 to foster communication among researchers, to share ecotoxicology news, and to create an opportunity for students to blog about their experiences. Five years later we have reached several milestones – a reason to celebrate!Continue reading
Our research at University of Koblenz-Landau is going virtual at SETAC SciCon! In this three-part blog series, we highlight several poster and platform presentations of our researchers: Today, find out what Ralf. B. Schäfer, Alexander Feckler, and Eric Bollinger have planned for the conference.Continue reading
In this post, Ralf B. Schäfer talks about his recently published paper in which he discusses the overall evidence of effects on stream invertebrates based on studies from the last decades and future research avenues.Continue reading
In this post, Jochen Zubrod reports on their recently published paper “Fungicides – an overlooked pesticide class?”.Continue reading
In this post, Ralf B. Schäfer talks about their recently published policy paper in which they suggest a new framework for pesticide authorization that meets the goal of protecting biodiversity.Continue reading
We are offering a MSc thesis on insect decline in our Working Group “Quantitative Landscape Ecology” of University of Koblenz-Landau, Landau campus.Continue reading
In this post, Ralf B. Schäfer talks about their new project “Assessing spatial and temporal variability in species assemblages and potential implications for chemical risk assessments”.Continue reading
In this post, Ralf B. Schäfer talks about their recently published paper “Do agricultural pesticides in streams influence riparian spiders?”.Continue reading
In this post, Trong Dieu Hien Le talks about their recently published paper “Predicting current and future background ion concentrations in German surface water under climate change”.
In this post, Verena Schreiner talks about a recently published paper entitled “Similar recovery time of microbial functions from fungicide stress across biogeographical regions”.