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There is an abundance of scientific data at times but it is not always usable. At SETAC, we encourage improvements in all ecotoxicology studies, regardless of original purpose, for the end goal of usability in environmental management.

Workshop Summaries

SETAC Pellston Workshop®: Improving the Usability of Ecotoxicology in Regulatory Decision-making

Journal Articles

·  Toxicity studies used in REACH - How accurately are they reported? IEAM. 15(3):458-469

·  New approach to weight-of-evidence assessment of ecotoxicological effects in regulatory decision-making. IEAM 13: 573-579.

·  Assessing the reliability of ecotoxicological studies: An overview of current needs and approaches. IEAM 13: 640-651.

·  Assessing the relevance of ecotoxicological studies for regulatory decision-making. IEAM 13: 652-663.

·  What training and skills will the ecotoxicologists of the future require? IEAM 13: 580-584.

·  Criteria for reporting and evaluating ecotoxicity data. ETC 35: 1297– 1309.

·  Evaluation of criteria used to assess the quality of aquatic toxicity data. IEAM 1: 174– 180