Selected publications


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Multiyear Monitoring of Bird Communities
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Christl H, Hoen T, Zumkier U (2019) Comparative assessment of vegetative and reproductive terrestrial plant species endpoints from exposure to herbicides and potential environmental implications – a literature review. Integr Environ Assess Manag. (accepted September 2019, in press)

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

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

Bonneris E, Gao Z,  Russ A, Prosser A, Barfknecht R, Norman S(2018): Selecting Appropriate Focal Species for Assessing the Risk to Birds from Newly Drilled Pesticide-Treated Winter Cereal Fields in France, Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, Vol. 9999, No. 9999, November 2018, Pages 1-15

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


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Background Information for the Revision of the Guidance Document Risk Assessment for Birds and Mammals
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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
 
Christl H (2017b) Literature review and analysis: Sensitivity of vegetative and reproductive terrestrial plant endpoints in context of 1107/2009, performed on behalf of the SETAC workshop on “Non-target terrestrial plants”

Christl H (2017a) Literature review and analysis: Sensitivity of wild plant and crop species in context of 1107/2009, performed on behalf of the SETAC workshop on “Non-target terrestrial plants”

Heimbach F, Schmuck R, Grünewald B, Campbell P, Sappington K, Steeger T, Davies LP (2017): The Challenge: Assessment of risks posed by systemic insecticides to hymenopteran pollinators: New perception when we move from laboratory via (semi-)field to landscape scale testing?, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Vol. 36, No. 1, January 2017, Pages 17-24

Christl H (2016) NTTPs - vegetative vs. reproductive endpoints in context of proposed changes in data requirements and risk assessment - Literature review and analysis for SETAC AG Plants. International Week Science Conference (IWSC) June 2016, Prague (presentation).

Christl H, Bendall J, Bergtold M, Coulson M, Dinter A, Garlej B, Hammel K, Kabouw P, Sharples A, von Mérey G, Vrbka S, Ernst G (2015) Recalibration of the Earthworm Tier 1 Risk Assessment of Plant Protection Products Integr Environ Assess Manag. 12(4): 643–650

Dittrich R, Giessing B, Benito M, Machin P, Norman S, Poletika N & Wolf C (2015): Bird community monitoring in chlorpyrifos-treated wheat fields in UK – breeding success and behavioural aspects, Poster presentation, SETAC Annual Meeting Barcelona

Giessing B, Dittrich R, Benito M, Aponte A, Sotti, F,  Norman S, Poletika & Wolf C (2015): Radio-tracking of birds – versatility to assess effects and spatial aspects of foraging behaviour, Poster presentation, SETAC Annual Meeting Barcelona

Persigehl M (2015): Large-scale field study of Residues in Pollen and Nectar of Clothianidin undressed and dressed oilseed rape in Northern Germany, Poster presentation, SETAC Annual Meeting Barcelona

Dietzen, C., Edwards, P. J., Wolf, C., Ludwigs, J.-D. and Luttik, R. (2014), Focal species of birds in European crops for higher tier pesticide risk assessment. Integr Environ Assess Manag, 10: 247–259. doi: 10.1002/ieam.1487

Dittrich R; Douglas M; Giessing B; Grimm T; Manson P; Norman S; Weyman G; Sotti F; Wilkens S; Wolf C (2013): A holistic program of intensive field monitoring for birds & mammals: Overview of 6 years of studies in EU on the insecticide chlorpyrifos, Poster presentation, SETAC Annual Meeting Glasgow

Ebke KP, Christl H, Hommen U, Stegger P & Dören L (2013): Species Sensitivity Distribution Tests with Macrophytes in Outdoor Mesocosms – Performance of Controls, Poster presentation, SETAC Annual Meeting Glasgow

Wolf C; Ludwigs JD; Norman SM; Edwards P; Pascual J; Bonneris E; Prosser P; Barletta-Bergan A and Clook, M (2013): The SETAC Environmental Monitoring Action Group (EMAG) - Current status of the work of the birds and mammals subgroup, Poster presentation, SETAC Annual Meeting Glasgow

Giessing B; Dittrich R; Norman SM; Grimm T and Wolf C (2012): Year on year changes in Algerian mouse (Mus spretus) populations inhabiting citrus orchards in Spain treated with chlorpyrifos, a comparison with macchia habitat, Poster presentation, SETAC Annual Meeting Berlin

Giessing B; Dittrich R; Norman SM; Städtler T and Wolf C (2012): Population analysis of the insectivorous Sardinian warbler (Sylvia melanocephala) in chlorpyrifos treated citrus orchards in Spain, Poster presentation, SETAC Annual Meeting Berlin

Norman SM; Dittrich R; Giessing B and Wolf C (2012): Bird community monitoring in chlorpyrifos-treated citrus.  Results of years 1 & 2 of 3 year program in Valencia region, Poster presentation, SETAC Annual Meeting Berlin

Wolf C, Riffel M, Weyman G, Douglas M, Norman S. (2010): Telemetry-based field studies for assessment of acute and short-term risk to birds from spray applications of chlorpyrifos; Environ Toxicol Chem.; 29(8):1795-1803.



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