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Today, more than ever, we need access to information that is immediate, clear and communicable. You will know how important it is to have access to that data, whenever you need it, and wherever you are. For years, readers have relied on PDFs as the primary means of reading journal research articles, despite the fact that HTML offers so much more interaction and discoverability.The Anywhere Article focuses on improving the reading experience of articles on Wiley Online Library in any format, any device, any time.

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Featured Articles

From Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

Ecological models have long served as the tool used to understand how toxic chemicals impact ecological systems. A growing number of stressors (global climate change, nutrient inputs, pollution from a wide variety of sources) have made simplistic approaches to ecological risk assessment inadequate. This special series explores new approaches that incorporate the complexity and inform environmental management more effectively. The papers cover long-term population impacts of chemical exposure; account for spatial and temporal variability in exposure to pesticides in risk assessment; and estimate impacts of pesticides on populations combined with exposure conditions, such as sink dynamics, and habitat loss and fragmentation, among other things.

From Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management

Assessing aquatic ecosystem health and identifying species at risk from detrimental effects of environmental contaminants can be facilitated by employing physiological markers (i.e., biomarkers). Biomarkers can clarify issues of contaminant bioavailability, bioaccumulation, ecological effects, and sublethal toxicological effects. Click here to read more by Hook et al.



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