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Case Study: Application of an Ecological Model (Beehave) to Large-Scale Honey Bee Colony Feeding Studies

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Case Study: Application of an Ecological Model (BEEHAVE) to Large-Scale Honey Bee Colony Feeding StudiesJuly 29, 2021 | Case Studies | In our June newsletter, we mentioned the recent release of a 2-part publication series …

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Animal Testing on the Outs?

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Animal Testing on the Outs?January 18, 2023 | Case Studies | In 2020, EPA’s New Approach Methods, also known as NAMs, was released with the incentive to reduce the use of vertebrate animal testing (US …

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The holidays mean it’s time for cover crops

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The holidays mean it’s time for cover crops.December 12, 2022 | As the winter season is upon our doorstep in the northern hemisphere, everyone begins to prepare for the chilly weather. Whether it be pulling …

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 | Per- 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 | Solitary 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 | Although mechanistic effect models are widely recognized as potentially valuable tools, they are still not regularly used or …

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Global decline of insect populations: data gaps and the push for everyone to get involved

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Global decline of insect populations: data gaps and the push for everyone to get involvedOctober 25, 2022 | | Jennifer CollinsOver the past two decades, reports of localized and global decline in insect populations has …

National Characterization of Pesticide Runoff and Erosion Potential to Put USEPA Standard Ecological Scenarios In Context for Pyrethroids

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National Characterization of Pesticide Runoff and Erosion Potential to Put USEPA Standard Ecological Scenarios In Context for PyrethroidsJuly 18, 2022 |  By: Amy RitterDownload NowDecision-making for pesticide registration by the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) …

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Shedding Daylight on Sunscreens

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Shedding Daylight on SunscreensJune 21, 2022 | | Endangered Species | Authors: Nikki Maples-Reynolds, Scott Dyer, and Raghu Vamshi As summer gears up and our thoughts turn toward sunny days at the beach–and ways to …

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Animal Testing on the Outs?

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Animal Testing on the Outs?January 18, 2023 | Case Studies | In 2020, EPA’s New Approach Methods, also known as NAMs, was released with the incentive to reduce the use of vertebrate animal testing (US …

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Pop-Guide: Providing Risk Assessors With a Critical Population Modeling Tool

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Pop-Guide: Providing Risk Assessors With a Critical Population Modeling ToolJuly 29, 2021 | Modeling | Population models provide a means for relating individual-level responses to a stressor to changes in population abundance and structure. The …

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Animal Testing on the Outs?

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Animal Testing on the Outs?January 18, 2023 | Case Studies | In 2020, EPA’s New Approach Methods, also known as NAMs, was released with the incentive to reduce the use of vertebrate animal testing (US …

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Bees Can Legally Be Fish In California

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Bees Can Legally Be Fish In CaliforniaJune 21, 2022 | Pollinator | Bees are considered fish? As of a May 31st ruling by the California Third District Court of Appeal, insects, mollusks, and other spineless creatures falling …

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Animal Testing on the Outs?

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Animal Testing on the Outs?January 18, 2023 | Case Studies | In 2020, EPA’s New Approach Methods, also known as NAMs, was released with the incentive to reduce the use of vertebrate animal testing (US …

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