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Population-level ecological risk assessment

by L. W. Barnthouse

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Published by SETAC, Taylor & Francis in Pensacola, Fla, Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Population biology,
  • Ecological risk assessment

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-284) and index

    StatementLawrence W. Barnthouse, Wayne R. Munns, Jr., Mary T. Sorensen
    ContributionsMunns, Wayne R, Sorensen, Mary T
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH352 .B374 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxvi, 337 p. :
    Number of Pages337
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17240582M
    ISBN 101420053329
    ISBN 109781420053326
    LC Control Number2007018699


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Most ecological risk assessments consider the risk to individual organisms or organism-level attributes. From a management perspective, however, risks to population-level attributes and processes are often more relevant.

Despite many published calls for population risk assessment. Beginning with a summary of legal, regulatory, business, and other contexts, the book presents population-level ecological risk assessment as an internationally recognized, science-based tool and offers specific recommendations for using this tool to support environmental management decisions.

Population-Level Ecological Risk Assessment establishes a framework for goals, methods, and data needs for different assessment applications and for integrating population-level risk assessment into risk management decisions.

Ecological risk assessment is a process that evaluates the likelihood that adverse ecological effects may occur or are occurring as a result of exposure to one or more stressors. The concept of ecological risk is developed within the context of ecological risk assessment. Conceptual frameworks and methodologies for assessing ecological risks.

The authors discuss how our approach can inform the future development and application of modeling for population-level risk assessments of listed species, and ecological risk assessment in. Inthe Risk Assessment Forum of the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) released a Framework for Ecological Risk Assessment.

This framework and subsequent guidance acknowledges population-level and higher (e.g., community and ecosystem) level risk assessments; however, the development of methods in ERA has focused primarily on.

Book Review. Population‐level ecological risk assessment: edited by Lawrence W. Barnthouse, Wayne R. Munns, Jr, and Mary T. Sorensen. Glenn Suter. SETAC Reviews Editor.

Search for more papers by this author. Glenn Suter. SETAC Reviews Editor. Risk is broadly defined as the likelihood that a harmful consequence will occur as the result of an action or condition. It involves the combined evaluation of hazards and exposure. Environmental risk assessment (ERA) deals with the interactions of agents or hazards, humans, and ecological resources.

It describes human populations, ecological. InDr. Sample served on the USEPA Science Advisory Panel reviewing the Office of Pesticide Programs Preliminary Notice of Intent to Cancel the pesticide Carbofuran, and was an invited participant at the USEPA Risk Assessment Forum’s workshop on population-level ecological risk assessment.

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Ecological research and the way that ecologists use statistics continues to change rapidly. This second edition of the best-selling Design and Analysis of Ecological Experiments leads these trends with an update of this now-standard reference book, with a discussion of the latest developments in experimental ecology and statistical practice.5/5(2).

The U.S. EPA scientists also were active in a Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry workshop, held in Auguston the use of population‐level methods in ecological risk assessment.

In that workshop, a framework was developed to guide assessors in the use of population‐level methods. Geographic Information System Ecological Risk Assessment Ecological Resource ASTM Annual Book of Standards.

E– Vol. American Society for Testing and Materials, Conshohocken, PA. Proceedings of the Pellston Workshop on Population-Level Ecological Risk Assessment. Roskilde, Denmark 23–27 August 4 Models for Environmental Risk Assessment and Exposure Science. After two sessions devoted to providing background and context to the topic of chemical risks and the assessment of those risks, the workshop’s third session examined some of the seminal work in the field that has been done or has been in progress over the past few years.