Perspective Adding Value to Ecological Risk Assessment with Population Modeling

@inproceedings{Forbes2017PerspectiveAV,
  title={Perspective Adding Value to Ecological Risk Assessment with Population Modeling},
  author={Valery E. Forbes and Peter Calow and Volker Grimm and T I Hayashi and Tjalling Jager and Agnete Katholm and Annemette Palmqvist and Rob Pastorok and Dan Salvito and Richard M Sibly and Julann A. Spromberg and John A. Stark and Richard A. Stillman},
  year={2017}
}
Current measures used to estimate the risks of toxic chemicals are not relevant to the goals of the environmental protection process, and thus ecological risk assessment (ERA) is not used as extensively as it should be as a basis for cost-effective management of environmental resources. Appropriate population models can provide a powerful basis for expressing ecological risks that better inform the environmental management process and thus that are more likely to be used by managers. Here we… CONTINUE READING

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