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Episódios

  • IEAM Podcast 39: Gene drives: Navigating perils of engineered eradication, with Christoph Then

    IEAM Podcast 39: Gene drives: Navigating perils of engineered eradication, with Christoph Then

    22/09/2020 Duração: 11min

    Spatiotemporal Controllability and Environmental Risk Assessment of Genetically Engineered Gene Drive Organisms from the Perspective of European Union Genetically Modified Organism Regulation.

  • IEAM Podcast 38: First peoples, last in environmental justice, with Nil Basu

    IEAM Podcast 38: First peoples, last in environmental justice, with Nil Basu

    29/05/2020 Duração: 11min

    We talk with co-author Nil Basu to find out what their critical review “A State-of-the-Art Review of Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Pollution” reveals.

  • IEAM Podcast 37: Do no harm: Evaluating non-lethal fish sampling, with Alyse Kambeitz.

    IEAM Podcast 37: Do no harm: Evaluating non-lethal fish sampling, with Alyse Kambeitz.

    24/02/2020 Duração: 07min

    A new study published in IEAM set out to find a better way to monitor fish populations in Canadian waters affected by mining activity. We spoke with lead author Alyse Kambeitz to hear more..

  • IEAM Podcast 36: Polymers Used in US Household Cleaning Products: Assessment of Data Availability for Ecological Risk Assessment.

    IEAM Podcast 36: Polymers Used in US Household Cleaning Products: Assessment of Data Availability for Ecological Risk Assessment.

    30/08/2019 Duração: 08min

    We focus on a paper which spotlights chemicals that are common in household cleaning products yet are lacking sufficient data to allow for proper environmental risk assessments. The chemicals of focus in this study are polymers, organic compounds with a wide range of functions including emulsifiers, dispersants, or defoaming agents.

  • IEAM Podcast 35: From individuals to populations: Assessing endocrine impacts of pesticides, with Mark Crane

    IEAM Podcast 35: From individuals to populations: Assessing endocrine impacts of pesticides, with Mark Crane

    20/05/2019 Duração: 08min

    From individuals to populations: Assessing endocrine impacts of pesticides, with Mark Crane

  • IEAM Podcast 34: A deep dive into the complexities of deep-sea mining, with Andrea Koschinsky

    IEAM Podcast 34: A deep dive into the complexities of deep-sea mining, with Andrea Koschinsky

    14/12/2018 Duração: 11min

    A deep dive into the complexities of deep-sea mining, with Andrea Koschinsky

  • Finding balance: Resilience in ERA, with Marco Vighi and Andreu Rico

    Finding balance: Resilience in ERA, with Marco Vighi and Andreu Rico

    10/10/2018 Duração: 12min

    Finding balance: Resilience in ERA, with Marco Vighi and Andreu Rico

  • What lies beneath: The fallout of biomobilization at the Hanford site, with Sara Lovtang

    What lies beneath: The fallout of biomobilization at the Hanford site, with Sara Lovtang

    02/07/2018 Duração: 12min

    Tipping the scales: weight of evidence approach for qualities and quantities, with Susan Cormier

  • Tipping the scales: with Susan Cormier

    Tipping the scales: with Susan Cormier

    08/12/2017 Duração: 12min

    Tipping the scales: weight of evidence approach for qualities and quantities, with Susan Cormier

  • Expanding options: Alternatives analysis and predictive tox, with Tim Malloy

    Expanding options: Alternatives analysis and predictive tox, with Tim Malloy

    08/10/2017 Duração: 12min

    Expanding options: Alternatives analysis and predictive tox, with Tim Malloy

  • Untapped resources: Finding the right ecotox studies for risk assessment, with Christina Rudén

    Untapped resources: Finding the right ecotox studies for risk assessment, with Christina Rudén

    12/08/2017 Duração: 09min

    Untapped resources: Finding the right ecotox studies for risk assessment, with Christina Rudén

  • You are what you eat: Microplastics in seafood, with David Santillo

    You are what you eat: Microplastics in seafood, with David Santillo

    23/05/2017 Duração: 09min

    You are what you eat, or so you think. The next time you sit down to enjoy that bowl of cioppino or salmon fillet, you may be ingesting more than you realize. Plastic pollution is widespread in global waters, and microplastics—particles smaller than 5 mm—are being increasingly found in the most popular seafood items

  • Hazard vs risk: Peter Matthiessen on assessing environmental effects of endocrine disruptors

    Hazard vs risk: Peter Matthiessen on assessing environmental effects of endocrine disruptors

    27/03/2017 Duração: 11min

    No small deal: Evaluating nanomaterials with alternatives assessment, with Rune Hjorth

  • No small deal: Evaluating nanomaterials with alternatives assessment, with Rune Hjorth

    No small deal: Evaluating nanomaterials with alternatives assessment, with Rune Hjorth

    18/01/2017 Duração: 08min

    No small deal: Evaluating nanomaterials with alternatives assessment, with Rune Hjorth

  • Pulling it all together: Harmonizing marine environmental assessment, with Ruud Jongbloed

    Pulling it all together: Harmonizing marine environmental assessment, with Ruud Jongbloed

    31/10/2016 Duração: 08min

    We chat with Ruud Jongbloed to get the highlights of CUMULEO.

  •  At your service! Linking healthy ecological function to human well-being, with Wayne Munns

    At your service! Linking healthy ecological function to human well-being, with Wayne Munns

    02/08/2016 Duração: 08min

    Wayne Munns discusses the reasons for and challenges to the routine inclusion of ES endpoints in ERAs.

  •  Impaired Ecosystems: Ounce of Prevention or Pound of Cure? With Aida Farag and Ruth Hull

    Impaired Ecosystems: Ounce of Prevention or Pound of Cure? With Aida Farag and Ruth Hull

    23/05/2016 Duração: 10min

    IEAM challenges practitioners and researchers to rethink the traditional linear, sequential process of ecological restoration

  • Get real! Stuart Hurlbert on pseudoreplication and other sins of statistical analysis

    Get real! Stuart Hurlbert on pseudoreplication and other sins of statistical analysis

    13/05/2016 Duração: 13min

    Stuart Hurlbert on pseudoreplication and other sins of statistical analysis

  •  Oil’s well that ends well? Brock Bernstein talks rigs-to-reefs and the fate of oil platforms

    Oil’s well that ends well? Brock Bernstein talks rigs-to-reefs and the fate of oil platforms

    01/10/2015 Duração: 09min

    Brock Bernstein talks rigs-to-reefs and the fate of oil platforms

  •  Reuse it or lose it! Using LCA to quantify the environmental benefits of reuse, with Valentina Castellani

    Reuse it or lose it! Using LCA to quantify the environmental benefits of reuse, with Valentina Castellani

    08/07/2015 Duração: 09min

    Author Valentina Castellani uses life cycle assessment to quantify the environmental impacts avoided by the reuse of commonplace items

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