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Species Sensitivity Distributions in Ecotoxicology
General Introduction to Species Sensitivity Distributions, L. Posthuma, T.P. Traas, and G.W. Suter II North American History of Species Sensitivity Distributions, G. W. Suter II European History ofExpand
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Ecological risk assessment
  • G. Suter
  • Environmental Science
  • 6 December 2006
Introduction to Ecological Risk Assessment: Defining the Field (G. Suter, II). Assessment Concepts (G. Suter, II and L. Barnthouse). Predictive Risk Assessment of Chemicals (G. Suter, II). ExposureExpand
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Toxicological benchmarks for wildlife: 1996 Revision
The purpose of this report is to present toxicological benchmarks for assessment of effects of certain chemicals on mammalian and avian wildlife species. Publication of this document meets aExpand
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Ecological Risk Assessment for Contaminated Sites
Introduction: Definitions and Concepts Scope and Definitions Regulatory Context Ecorisk Framework The Remedial Process Site Characterization and Scoping Assessment The Assessment Planning Process TheExpand
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Issues in ecosystem valuation: improving information for decision making
In Spring 1991, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency convened an expert group of ecologists, economists and other social scientists for the purpose of advancing the state of the art of ecosystemExpand
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A methodology for inferring the causes of observed impairments in aquatic ecosystems.
Biological surveys have become a common technique for determining whether aquatic communities have been injured. However, their results are not useful for identifying management options until theExpand
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Analysis of Effects
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A critique of ecosystem health concepts and indexes
  • G. Suter
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 September 1993
Because people wish to preserve their health and do something equivalent for ecosystems, the metaphor of ecosystem health springs to mind. This paper presents the argument that it is a mistake forExpand
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Assessing ecological risk on a regional scale
Society needs a quantitative and systematic way to estimate and compare the impacts of environmental problems that affect large geographic areas. This paper presents an approach for regional riskExpand
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