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From Doppler to Home Depot Runs, Flooding Has Changed Field Study Sampling

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From Doppler to Home Depot, Flooding Has Changed Field Study SamplingSeptember 27, 2023 | Modeling | Floods and their devastating effects have dominated headlines around the world. Yet, not every flood leads to death and …

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From AI to cost-cutting study techniques, Waterborne’s Innovation Team is driving the future, today

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From AI to cost-cutting study techniques, Waterborne’s Innovation Team is driving the future, todayJune 26, 2023 | Modeling | Innovation, on behalf of our clients and our planet, is the driving force behind Waterborne’s mission …

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30 Years of Exposure Modeling

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A look back at 30 years of Exposure ModelingMay 26, 2023 | Modeling | From PIRANHA through to PWC 2.001, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s approach to exposure modeling for pesticide registration has changed greatly …

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Digital Surveys on the Farm and in the Environment

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Digital Surveys on the Farm and in the EnvironmentApril 26, 2023 | ModelingData. Where would our modern world be without its constant stream of information available any time of day? The knowledge data provides is …

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How to Save Time & Money in Regulatory Response? Enter Study Management.

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How to Save Time & Money in Regulatory Response? Enter Study Management.April 26, 2023 | ModelingRegulations. For those working with chemicals, compliance with regulations and appeasing their respective regulatory agencies is an ongoing and expensive …

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Science and BMPs help maintain business operations amidst climate change

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Science and BMPs help maintain business operations amidst climate changeMarch 28, 2023 | ModelingFrom the moment changes were first modeled in 1967 to today, the Earth’s climate has been a hotly discussed topic sparking everything …

Evaluating Subsurface Movement of PFAS Compounds Using Both One and Multi-Dimensional Modeling Approaches

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Evaluating Subsurface Movement of PFAS Compounds Using Both One and Multi-Dimensional Modeling ApproachesDecember 7, 2022 | ModelingPer- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are used in in numerous consumer products and industrial applications. Not only are PFAS …

SolBeePop: Assessing Risks of Pesticide Exposures to Populations of Solitary Bees in Agricultural Landscapes, A Modeling Approach

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SolBeePop: Assessing Risks of Pesticide Exposures to Populations of Solitary Bees in Agricultural Landscapes, a Modeling ApproachDecember 2, 2022 | ModelingSolitary bees, including both wild and managed populations, are important pollinators of crops and wild …

Mechanistic effect models: A brief history to highlight benefits and obstacles in using them for chemical risk assessment

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Mechanistic Effect Models: Highlighting Benefits and Obstacles of their Application for Ecological Risk AssessmentDecember 2, 2022 | ModelingAlthough mechanistic effect models are widely recognized as potentially valuable tools, they are still not regularly used or …