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Ecotoxicology

  • ID: 1759963
  • Book
  • 224 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Ecotoxicology, New Challenges and New Approaches provides the latest in new challenges for research in ecotoxicology. In six comprehensive chapters, the book deals with the long term effect of stressors on biological communities, the effect of pollutants on the chemical communication among organisms, the impact of multiple stressors and of emerging pollutants (microplastics), and at the use of new technologies (omics) in ecotoxicology.

  • Addresses "emerging issues" that pose new challenges for ecotoxicology research
  • Resolves several topics, such as the long-term effect of stressors on biological communities and the effect of pollutants on chemical communication between organisms
  • Analyzes the impact of multiple stressors and emerging pollutants (microplastics)
  • Explains new technologies (omics) in ecotoxicology

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1. Chemical ecology and ecotoxicology (Gross)
2. Pollution tolerance in aquatic animals: from fundamental biological mechanisms to ecological consequences (Amiard)
3. Multistress: Contaminants and Cyanotoxins
Effects on macroinvertebrates (Wiegand)
4. Multistress: Contaminants and Parasites
Effects on macroinvertebrates (Minguez & Giamberini)
5. Microplastic in aquatic environments (Revel, Châtel, Mouneyrac)
6. New approaches for ecotoxicology: "Omics" (Prat & Degli Esposti)
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Gross, Elisabeth
Elisabeth Gross is a specialist in aquatic chemical ecology. After a PhD at MPI Limnology, Germany, and a postdoc at Cornell University, USA, she joined Konstanz University, Germany, and is now Professor for ecotoxicology at LIEC, University of Lorraine, France.
Garric, Jeanne
Jeanne Garric is the Head of research at IRSTEA with an expertise in ecotoxicology. She obtained the Legion of Honour in 2013 for her whole scientific career and her role in the emergence of ecotoxicology.
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