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OCT

Editor: G. A. Burton
Co-Editor: C. H. Ward

  • Print ISSN 0730-7268
  • E-ISSN 1552-8618

Editor: Richard J. Wenning

  • Print ISSN 1551-3777
  • E-ISSN 1551-3793

 

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IUPAC is now in Virtual Issues

SETAC is happy to anounce our latest virtual issue. With research spotlights from the 13th IUPAC International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry.

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Featured Articles

From Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

ET&C cover article Trophodynamics of current use pesticides and ecological relationships in Bathurst region vegetation-caribou-wolf food chain of the Canadian Arctic   has gained media attention in local  and national  press.


From Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management

Evaluating exposure and potential effects on honeybee brood (Apis mellifera) development using glyphosate as an example
Helen M. Thompson, Steven L. Levine, Janine Doering, Steve Norman, Philip Manson, Peter Sutton and Georg von Mérey

Thomson et al. present a versatile and predictive 2-stage approach for use in higher-tier honeybee toxicity studies that evaluates potential effects of plant protection products (e.g., pesticides, herbicides) on honeybee colonies at realistic, worst-case exposure rates. Their method improves upon previous studies that are less reliant on realistic exposure scenarios. The approach can be used to realistically quantify pesticide exposure to colonies, based on realistic worst-case residues in pollen and nectar, allowing for appropriate dose rates to be determined.

 

 

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