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Year in Review – Part 3

In the third installment of the ‘Year in Review’ series, we present our readers a glimpse of the last lot of most visited posts in the year 2021. 

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Year in Review – Part 2

In the second installment of the ‘Year in Review’ series, we give our readers a glimpse of 3 most visited posts in the year 2021. 

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Year in Review – Part 1

In this first installment of the ‘Year in Review’ series, we would like to give our readers a glimpse of some of the best blogposts of the year 2021.

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EcotoxBlog welcomes newbies of Master’s in Environmental Pollution Management (Ecotoxicology)

In this post, Carsten Brühl and Jakob Wolfram welcome the cohort 2021 of the Master’s in Environmental Pollution Management (Ecotoxicology) here in Landau. Eleven students will study how environmental stressors can adversely impact our environments and how these risks can be alleviated.

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Plants and invertebrates face increasing applied pesticide toxicity

Increased efficacy of pesticides comes along with decreased applied amounts in agriculture – but does this translate to lower risks to non-target species? The answer is NO, if you ask scientists at the University of Koblenz-Landau who recently published a study in Science assessing changes in the use of 381 pesticides and toxicity to eight non-target species groups over the course of 25 years. In our blog, the authors explain the shifts in applied pesticide toxicity they found, and which species are increasingly at risk.

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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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