Posters and publications​​

Find our posters and publications from various conferences and download the PDF file here. In case of any questions feel free to reach out to us and get in touch. 

Overview

Posters

SETAC Europe 30th Annual Meeting, 03. – 07.05.2020, Dublin (Ireland), Online Meeting

Bat poster

Focal species for pesticide RA

Food preferences of wood mice

Long-term effects on Common vole

New methods for lagomorph field studies

Bat poster

Focal species for pesticide RA

Food preferences of wood mice

Long-term effects on Common vole

New methods for lagomorph field studies

The use of video recording​

Risk assessment for NTTPs​

The use of video recording​

Risk assessment for NTTPs​

SETAC Europe 29th Annual Meeting 26. – 30.05.2019, Helsinki (Finland)​

Nest monitoring standardisation designs​

MDD vole​

Long term PT approach

Guttation as an exposure route

Bird home range variation​

Nest monitoring standardisation designs​

MDD vole​

Long term PT approach

Guttation as an exposure route

Bird home range variation​

Rabbit field effects UK

Birds mammals field studies​

Nest monitoring

Rabbit field effects UK

Birds mammals field studies​

Nest monitoring

SETAC Europe 28th Annual Meeting 13. – 17.05.2018, Rome (Italy)

Optimising design and analysis of acute effect field studies​

Field-effect studies as a suitable method​

NTTPs – vegetative vs. reproductive endpoints ​

Optimising design and analysis of acute effect field studies​

Field-effect studies as a suitable method​

NTTPs – vegetative vs. reproductive endpoints ​

The Chlorpyriphos Projects

Dittrich et al A holistic program of intensive field monitoring for birds & mammals SETAC 2013

Norman et al Bird Community Monitoring in Chlorpyrifos-treated Citrus 2012

Norman et al Use of chlorpyrifos in apple orchards in UK 2013

Foudoulakis et al Why are mammalian focal species unaffected by chlorpyrifos applications SETAC 2016

Giessing et al Algerian mouse populations in chlorpyrifos-treated citrus orchards in Spain SETAC 2012

Giessing et al Population analysis of the insectivorous Sardinian warbler in chlorpyrifos treated citrus orchards SETAC 2012

Dittrich et al Dynamics in spatial use of orchards by birds IOC 2014

Dittrich et al Dynamics Bird Community Orchards EOU 2017

Giessing et al Radio tracking of birds versatility to assess effects and spatial aspects SETAC 2015

Dittrich et al Bird community monitoring in chlorpyrifos treated wheat fields in UK SETAC 2015

Dittrich R, Giessing B, Benito M Maria, Russ A, Wolf C, Foudoulakis M, Norman S (2019): Multiyear Monitoring of Bird Communities in Chlorpyrifos-Treated Orchards in Spain and the United Kingdom: Spatial and Temporal Trends in Species Composition, Abundance, and Site Fidelity, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Vol. 38, No. 3, January 2019, Pages 616-629

Garrido et al Diversity and abundance of pollinators in chlorpyrifos treated cider apple orchards in UK SETAC 2015

Leopold et al Field monitoring of soil mesofauna in chlorpyrifos treated and organic cider-apple orchards SETAC 2015

tier3 experiences with the birds & mammals guidance document

the tier3-team of scientists “living” this document at daily work has collected experiences, thoughts and ideas about the current process of refined birds & mammals risk assessment and field studies and came up with suggestions for potential revisions and improvements:

Wolf C, Benito MM, Dittrich R, Fuelling O, Giessing B, Hotopp I, Persigehl M, Rossbach A, Russ A (2018): Background Information for the Revision of the Guidance Document Risk Assessment for Birds and Mammals – Based on experiences of daily practical work on higher tier risk assessments and field studies

Selected publications

Christl H, Morilla J, Hoen T, Zumkier U (2019) Comparative assessment of the intrinsic sensitivity of crop species and wild plant species to plant protection products and their active substances and potential implications for the risk assessment: a literature review. Integr Environ Assess Manag. 19(2): 176-189

Christl H (2018): NTTPs – vegetative vs. reproductive endpoints – Is the potential increase in protectivity an indication of sensitivity or of relevance? (modelled vs. real data). Poster presentation, SETAC Annual Meeting Rome