IEAM

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Subscribe to hear about latest groundbreaking work straight from the environmental scientists that make it happen. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (IEAM) is peer-reviewed journal devoted to bridging the gap between scientific research and the application of science in decision making, policy and regulation, and environmental management. Learn more at setacjournals.org.
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last episode published
2017-08-12 00:00
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12.08.2017

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
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23.05.2017

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

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 ...
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27.03.2017

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

No small deal: Evaluating nanomaterials with alternatives assessment, with Rune Hjorth
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18.01.2017

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

No small deal: Evaluating nanomaterials with alternatives assessment, with Rune Hjorth
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31.10.2016

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

We chat with Ruud Jongbloed to get the highlights of CUMULEO.
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2.08.2016

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

Wayne Munns discusses the reasons for and challenges to the routine inclusion of ES endpoints in ERAs.
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23.05.2016

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

IEAM challenges practitioners and researchers to rethink the traditional linear, sequential process of ecological restoration
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13.05.2016

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

Stuart Hurlbert on pseudoreplication and other sins of statistical analysis
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1.10.2015

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

Brock Bernstein talks rigs-to-reefs and the fate of oil platforms
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8.07.2015

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

Author Valentina Castellani uses life cycle assessment to quantify the environmental impacts avoided by the reuse of commonplace items
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21.04.2015

Accelerating Progress at Contaminated Sediment Sites, with Todd Bridges

An interview with Todd Bridges, US Army senior research scientist for environmental sciencee
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2.04.2015

IEAM podcast 19: What’s in your toolbox?

Julie Panko talks shop on tools for chemical assessment.
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16.12.2014

From the ashes: Using BERA to assess a coal fly ash spill in Tennessee, with Suzy Walls

Using BERA to assess a coal fly ash spill in Tennessee, with Suzy Walls.
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11.09.2014

Survey says! Top PPCP research questions identified by environmental scientists, with Murray Rudd

From synthetic estrogens that feminize male fish to concerns about resistance to antibiotics, this is a growing area of research and public attention. Yet potential and long-term effects on human and ecosystem health remain largely unknown.
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25.06.2014

Biomarkers for good measure: Assessing aquatic ecosystem status, with Sharon Hook

Biomarkers—biological endpoints long used in medical screening and disease detection—are finding new relevance in the environmental science community. Although toxicologists have been using biomarkers in certain aquatic contaminant assessments these en...
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21.04.2014

Sedimentary, my dear Watson. Passive sampling methods and sediment remediation, with Marc Greenberg.

The management of contaminated sediment is often expensive and time-consuming, involving millions of dollars over many years at a single site. However, passive sampling methods offer several advantages over traditional remediation and monitoring techni...
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6.01.2014

Making the most of sparse data for wildlife risk assessments, with Ryan Hill.

The January 2014 issue of IEAM contains a critical review describing a solution to a problem common to all wildlife risk assessments: how to work with sparse dose-response data.
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2.11.2013

Ruffling Feathers - A New Approach to Pesticide Risk Assessment for Birds, with Matthew Etterson.

We talk turkey with Matthew Etterson about pesticides and bird reproduction.
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5.08.2013

Assessing Cumulative Effects in Watersheds, with Monique Dubé

Monique Dubé discusses cumulative effects assessments (CEA), which account for the accumulated change over time—past, present, and future, which have been employed in limited situations in Canada and with limited success.
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4.06.2013

For What It’s Worth: Using the Ecosystem Services Concept in ERAs, with Valery Forbes and Peter Calow

For What It’s Worth: Using the Ecosystem Services Concept in ERAs, with Valery Forbes and Peter Calow.
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4.06.2013

Practically speaking: Scientific Pragmatism, with Glenn Suter

Practically speaking: Scientific Pragmatism, with Glenn Suter
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9.01.2013

Stalking the elusive wildlife TRVs, with David Mayfield and Anne Fairbrother

David Mayfield and Anne Fairbrother talk about how they describe the challenges that ecological risk assessors face when trying employing wildlife toxicity values.
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8.10.2012

California Sediment Quality Objectives, with Steve Bay.

The seven articles in the series address one aspect of a multi-phase project to define sediment quality objectives, including a new sediment quality guideline, SQG, index.
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26.06.2012

Bayesian Networks for the Uninitiated, with David Barton.

Dr. David Barton, Guest Editor of the special series Bayesian Networks in Environmental and Resource Management discusses the basics of Bayesian approaches in environmental management.
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1.02.2012

TWell Past Time to Stop Using NOELs and LOELs, with Wayne Landis and Peter Chapman

Drs. Wayne Landis and Peter Chapman make a case to end the use of NOELs and LOELs.
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1.02.2012

Discussing the Phenomenon of Pre-Spawn Mortality in Coho Salmon, with Julann Spromberg and Nat Scholz

Discussing the Phenomenon of Pre-Spawn Mortality in Coho Salmon, with Julann Spromberg and Nat Scholz .
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1.02.2012

Discussing Challenges Posed by Radiation in the Environment, with Igor Linkov and Brad Sample

Discussing various aspects of environmental, management and policy impact as a result of the nuclear accident in Japan in March 2011.
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4.05.2011

Traits-based Ecological Risk Assessments with Paul van den Brink and Donald Baird

Drs Paul van den Brink and Donald Baird define and discuss Traits-based Ecological Risk Assessment and contrast its advantages over traditional taxonomy-based ERA.
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4.05.2011

Data needed for TERA, Part 2 of Traits-based Ecological Risk Assessments with Paul van den Brink and Donald Baird

Drs Paul van den Brink and Donald Baird focus on specific types of data needed for TERA and how TERA can be implemented in a statutory framework.
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15.03.2011

Discussing the Tissue Residue Approach with Guest Editor Jim Meador

A brief introduction to the tissue residue approach for toxicity assessment (TRA); advantages and disadvantages.
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14.03.2011

TRA example, Part 2 of Discussing the Tissue Residue Approach with Guest Editor Jim Meador

TRA examples and ways to improve this underutilized tool for assessing risk from contaminants.
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