Publications

 

 

CREAM Publications.

In the following, publications are listed that are related to CREAM’s research, and authored by CREAM members. Publications about research directly funded through CREAM are marked by asterisks (this includes all publications by CREAM fellows). For reprint requests (PDF), please mail to Gabriele Nagel: Enable-Javascript@To-Read-E-mail-Address .

2015

* Agatz AHammers-Wirtz M, Gergs A, Mayer T, Preuss TG. Family-portraits for daphnids – Scanning living individuals and populations to measure body length. Ecotoxicology 2015. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-015-1490-0.

* Gergs A, Kulkarni D, Preuss TG. (2015) Body size-dependent toxicokinetics and toxicodynamics could explain intra- and interspecies variability in sensitivity. Environmental Pollution. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2015.07.045

* Hernout BV, Pietravalle S, Arnold KE, McClean CJ, Aegerter J, Boxall AB (2015).  Interspecies variation in the risks of metals to bats. Environmental Pollution, In press.

* Hernout BV, Bowman SR, Weaver R, Jayasinghe CJ, Boxall ABA (2015). Implications of in vitro bioaccessibility differences for the assessment of risks of metals to bats. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 34(4): pages 898–906.

2014

* Agatz ABrown CD (2014). Variability in feeding of Gammarus pulex: moving towards a more standardised feeding assay. Environmental Sciences Europe 26:15 doi:10.1186/s12302-014-0015-4.

* Agatz A, Ashauer R, Brown CD (2014). Imidacloprid perturbs feeding of Gammarus pulex at environmentally relevant concentrations. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 33(3): 648-653.

* Augusiak J, Van den Brink PJ, Grimm V(2014) Merging validation and evaluation of ecological models to ‘evaludation’: A review of terminology and a practical approach. Ecological Modelling 280:117-128.

* Focks A, Ter Horst M, Van den Berg E, Baveco H, Van den Brink PJ (2014) Integrating chemical fate and population-level effect models for pesticides at landscape scale: New options for risk assessment. Ecological Modelling 280:102-116.

* Gabsi F, Schäffer A, Preuss TG (2014) Predicting the sensitivity of populations from individual exposure to chemicals: The role of ecological interactions. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry  DOI: 10.1002/etc.2409

Gabsi F., Glazier D., Hammers-Wirtz M., Ratte HT. & Preuss TG.  (2014). How do maternal traits and environmental factors determine offspring size in Daphnia magna? International Journal of Limnology. 50 (1): 9-18.http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/limn/2013067

* Gabsi F, Hammers-Wirtz M, Grimm V, Schäffer A, Preuss TG (2014). Coupling different mechanistic effect models for capturing individual- and population- level effects of chemicals: Lessons from a case where standard risk assessment failed. Ecological Modelling 280: 18–29 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.06.018

* Grimm V, Augusiak J, Focks A, Frank B, Gabsi F, Johnston ASA, Liu C, Martin BT, Meli M, Radchuk V, Thorbek P, Railsback SF (2014) Towards better modelling and decision support: documenting model development, testing, and analysis using TRACE. Ecological Modelling 280:129-139.

* Grimm VThorbek P (2014) Population models for ecological risk assessment of chemicals: Short introduction and summary of a special issue. Ecological Modelling 280: 1-4.

* Hamda NT, Forbes VE, Stark JD, Laskowski R (2014) Stochastic density-dependent matrix model for extrapolating individual-level effects of chemicals to the population: case study on effects of Cd on Folsomia candida. Ecological Modelling 280:53-64.

* Hazlerigg CRE, Tyler CR, Lorenzen K, Wheeler JR, Thorbek P (2014) Population relevance of toxicant mediated changes in sex ratio in fish: An assessment using an individual-based zebrafish (Danio rerio) model. Ecological Modelling 280:78-88.

* Ibrahim L, Preuss TG, Schaeffer A, Hommen U (2014) A contribution to the identification of representative vulnerable fish species for pesticide risk assessment in Europe—A comparison of population resilience using matrix models. Ecological Modelling 280: 65-75. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.08.001

* Jager T, Barsi A, Hamda NT, Martin BT, Zimmer EI, Ducrot V (2014) Dynamic energy budgets in population ecotoxicology: Applications and outlook. Ecological Modelling 280:140-147.

* Johnston ASA, Hodson MA, Thorbek P, Alvarez T, Sibly RM (2014) An energy budget agent-based model of earthworm populations and its application to study the effects of pesticides. Ecological Modelling 280: 5-17.

* Kułakowska K, Kułakowski TM, Inglis IR, Smith GC, Haynes PJ, Prosser P, Thorbek P, Sibly RM (2014) Using an individual-based model to select among alternative foraging strategies of woodpigeons: Data support a memory-based model with a flocking mechanism. Ecological Modelling 280: 89-101.

* Kulkarni D, Hommen U, Schaeffer A, Preuss TG (2014) Ecological interactions affecting population-level responses to chemical stress in Mesocyclops leuckarti. Chemosphere. DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2014.04.062.

* Liu C, Bednarska AJ, Sibly RM, Murfitt RC, Edwards P, Thorbek P (2013) Incorporating toxicokinetics into an individual-based model for more realistic pesticide exposure estimates: a case study of the wood mouse. Ecological Modelling 280: 30:39.

* Martin BT, Jager T, Nisbet RM, Preuss TG, Grimm V (in press) Limitations of extrapolating toxic effects on reproduction to the population level. Ecological Applications
DOI: 10.1890/14-0656.1

* Meli M, Palmquist A, Forbes VE, Groeneveld J, Grimm V (2014) Two pairs of eyes are better than one: combining individual-based and matrix models for ecological risk assessment of chemicals. Ecological Modelling 280:40-52.

Nabe-Nielsen J, Sibly RM, Tougaard J, Teilmann J, Sveegaard S (2014) Effects of noise and by-catch on a Danish harbour porpoise population. Ecological Modelling 272: 242-251.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.09.025

* Nyman AM, Schirmer K, Ashauer R (2014) Importance of Toxicokinetics for Interspecies Variation in Sensitivity to Chemicals. Environmental Science and Technology 48: 5946-5954

2013

* Agatz A, Brown CD (2013) Evidence for links between feeding inhibition, population characteristics and sensitivity to acute toxicity for Daphnia magna. Environmental Science and Technology. DOI: 10.1021/es401428h

* Agatz A, Cole TA, Preuss TG, Zimmer EI, Brown CD (2013) Feeding inhibition explains effects of imidacloprid on the growth, maturation, reproduction and survival of Daphnia magna. Environmental Science and Technology 47:2909–2917. DOI: 10.1021/es304784t

* Ashauer R, Brown CD (2013) Highly time-variable exposure to chemicals—toward an assessment strategy. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 9(3), e27–e33. DOI: 10.1002/ieam.1421

* Barsi A, Jager T, Lagadic L, Ducrot V (2013) Considerations for test design to accommodate energy-budget models in ecotoxicology: a case study for acetone in the pond snail Lymnaea stagnali. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (accepted) DOI: 10.002/etc.2399

* Bednarska AJ, Edwards P, Sibly R, Thorbek P (2013) A toxicokinetic model for thiamethoxam in rats: implications for higher-tier risk assessment. Ecotoxicology, 22: 548-557. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-013-1047-z

* Bednarska AJ, Jevtić DM, Laskowski R (2013). More ecological ERA: incorporating natural environmental factors and animal behavior. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 9 (3): e39-e46. DOI:10.1002/ieam.1444.

* Forbes VE, Calow P (2013). Developing predictive systems models to address complexity and relevance for ecological risk assessment. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 9 (3): e75-e80. DOI: 10.1002/ieam.1425

* Focks A, Ter Horst M, Van den Berg E, Baveco H, Van den Brink PJ (2013) Integrating chemical fate and population-level effect models for pesticides at landscape scale: new options for risk assessment. Ecological Modelling (in press).

* Gergs A, Zenker A, Grimm V, Preuss TG (2013) Chemical and natural stressors combined: from cryptic effects to population extinction. Scientific Reports 3, 2036; DOI:10.1038/srep02036.

* Grimm V, Martin BT (2013) Mechanistic effect modeling for ecological risk assessment: Where to go from here? Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 9 (3) e58–e63. DOI: 10.1002/ieam.1423

* Hamda NT, Forbes V, Stark J, Laskowski R (2013) Stochastic density-dependent matrix model for extrapolating individual-level effects of chemicals to the population: case study on effects of Cd on Folsomia candida. Ecological Modelling (in press)

* Hernout B, Somerwill K, Arnold K, McClean C, Boxall A (2013) A spatially-based modeling framework for assessing the risks of soil-associated metals to bats. Environmental Pollution 173:110-116. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1021/es303870g

* Hunka AD, Meli M, Thit A, Palmqvist A, Thorbek P, Forbes V (2013) Stakeholders’ perspective on ecological modeling in environmental risk assessment of pesticides: challenges and opportunities. Risk Analysis 33(1):68-79. DOI: 10.1111/j.1539-6924.2012.01835.x

* Hunka AD, Palmqvist A, Thorbek P, Forbes VE. (2013) Risk communication discourse among ecological risk assessment professionals and its implications for communication with nonexperts. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 9(4): 616–622. DOI: 10.1002/ieam.1426

* Ibrahim L, Preuss TG, Ratte HT, Hommen U (2013) A list of fish species that are potentially exposed to pesticides in edge-of-field water bodies in the European Union—a first step towards identifying vulnerable representatives for risk assessment. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20 (4): 2679-2687. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-013-1471-x

* Jager T (2013) Reconsidering sufficient and optimal test design in acute toxicity testing Ecotoxicology DOI: 10.1007/s10646-013-1149-7

* Jager T (2013) All individuals are not created equal; accounting for inter-individual variation in fitting life-history responses to toxicants.  Environmental Science and Technology 47:1664-1669. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1021/es303870g

* Jager T, Barsi A, Ducrot V (2013) Hormesis on life-history traits: is there such a thing as a free lunch? Ecotoxicology 22:263-270. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-012-1022-0

* Jager T, Martin BT, Zimmer EI (2013) DEBkiss or the quest for the simplest generic model of animal life history. Journal of Theoretical Biology 328:9-18. DOI: 10.1016/j.jtbi.2013.03.011

* Johnston ASA, Hodson MA, Thorbek P, Alvarez T, Sibly RM (2013) An energy budget agent-based model of earthworm populations and its application to study the effects of pesticides. Ecological Modelling (in press)

* Kułakowska KA, Kułakowski TM, Inglis IR, Smith GC, Haynes PJ, Prosser P, Thorbek P, Sibly RM. (2013) Using an individual-based model to select among alternative foraging strategies of woodpigeons: data support a memory-based model with a flocking mechanism. Ecological Modelling (in press)

* Kulkarni D, Daniels B, Preuss TG (2013) Life-stage-dependent sensitivity of the cyclopoid copepod Mesocyclops leuckarti to triphenyltin. Chemosphere 92:1145-1153. DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2013.01.076

* Kulkarni D, Gergs A, Hommen U, Ratte HT, Preuss TG (2013) A plea for the use of copepods in freshwater ecotoxicology. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20: 75-85. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-012-1117-4

* Liess M, Foit K, Becker A, Hassold E, Dolciotti I, Kattwinkel M, Duquesne S (2013) Culmination of Low-Dose Pesticide Effects. Environmental Science and Technology 47: 8862−8868. DOI:dx.doi.org/10.1021/es401346d

* Liu C, Sibly RM, Grimm V, Thorbek P (2013) Linking pesticide exposure and spatial dynamics:  an individual-based model of wood mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) populations in agricultural landscapes. Ecological Modelling 248: 92-102. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2012.09.016

* Martin BT, Jager T, Nisbet RM, Preuss TG, Hammers-Wirtz M, Grimm V (2013) Extrapolating ecotoxicological effects from individuals to populations: a generic approach based on Dynamic Energy Budget theory and individual-based modeling. Ecotoxicology 22: 574-83. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-013-1049-x

* Martin BT, Jager T, Preuss TG, Nisbet R, Grimm V (2013) Predicting population dynamics from the properties of individuals: a cross-level test of Dynamic Energy Budget theory. American Naturalist 181: 506-519. DOI: 10.1086/669904

* Meli M, Auclerc A, Palmqvist AForbes V, Grimm V (2013) Population-level consequences of spatially heterogeneous exposure to heavy metals in soil: an individual-based model of springtails. Ecological Modelling 250: 338-351. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2012.11.010

* Meli M, Palmqvist A, Forbes VE, Groeneveld J, Grimm V (2013) Two pairs of eyes are better than one: combining individual-based and matrix models for ecological risk assessment of chemicals. Ecological Modelling (in press)

* Nyman A.M., Hintermeister A., Schirmer K., Ashauer R. (2013) The Insecticide Imidacloprid Causes Mortality of the Freshwater Amphipod Gammarus pulex by Interfering with Feeding Behavior. PLoS ONE 8(5): e62472. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0062472

* Topping CJ, Kjær LJ, Hommen U, Høye TT, Preuss TG, Sibly RM, van Vliet P (2013) Recovery based on plot experiments is a poor predictor of population-level impacts of agricultural pesticides. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry (accepted) DOI: 10.1002/etc.2388

*Van den Brink PJ, Baird DJ, Baveco H, Focks A (2013)  The use of traits-based approaches and eco(toxico)logical models to advance the ecological risk assessment framework for chemicals. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 9 (3), e47-e57. DOI: 10.1002/ieam.1443

2012

* Agatz A, Hammers-Wirtz M, Gabsi F, Ratte HT, Brown CD & Preuss TD (2012) Promoting effects on reproduction increase population vulnerability of Daphnia magna. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31(7): 1604–1610. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1002/etc.1862

* Foit K, Kaske O, Liess M (2012) Competition increases toxicant sensitivity and delays the recovery of two interacting populations Aquatic Toxicology 106-107: 25-31.DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aquatox.2011.09.012

* Forbes VE, Calow P (2012) Promises and Problems for the New Paradigm for Risk Assessment and Alternative Approache Involving Predictive Systems Models. Environment Toxicology and Chemistry 31: 2663-2671. DOI: 10.1002/etc.2009

* Forbes VE, Calow P (2012) Use of the ecosystem services concept in ecological risk assessment of chemicals. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 9: 269-275. DOI: 10.1002/ieam.1368

* Galic N, Schmolke A, Forbes VE, Baveco H, Van den Brink P (2012) The role of ecological models in linking ecological risk assessment to ecosystem services in agroecosystems.Science of the Total Environment 415: 93-100. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2011.05.065.

* Hamda NT, Jevtic DM, Laskowski, R (2012) Decomposition analysis of LTREs may help to design short-term ecotoxicological tests. Ecotoxicology 21(5): 1504-1512. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-012-0904-5

* Jager T Zimmer EI (2012).  Simplified Dynamic Energy Budget model for analysing ecotoxicity data. Ecological Modelling 225: 74-81 DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2011.11.012

* Martin BT, Zimmer, EI, Grimm V & Jager T (2012) Dynamic Energy Budget theory meets indidvidual-based modelling: a generic and accessible implementation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3: 445-449. DOI: 10.1111/j.2041-210X.2011.00168.x

* Nyman A-MSchirmer K & Ashauer R (2012). Toxicokinetic-toxicodynamic modelling of survival of Gammarus pulex in multiple pulse exposures to propiconazole: model assumptions, calibration data requirements and predictive power. Ecotoxicology 21(7): 1828-1840. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-012-0917-0

* Sibly RM, Grimm V, Martin BT,  Johnston ASA, Kułakowska K, Topping CJ, Calow P, Nabe-Nielsen J, Thorbek P, DeAngelis DL (2012) Representing the acquisition and use of energy by individuals in agent-based models of animal populations. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4: 151–161 DOI: doi/10.1111/2041-210x.12002/pdf

* Stadnicka J, Schirmer K & Ashauer R (2012). Predicting concentrations of organic chemicals in fish by using toxicokinetic models. Environmental Science and Technology 46(6): 3273-3280. DOI: 10.1021/es2043728

* Topping CJ, Dalkvist T, Grimm V (2012) Post-hoc pattern-oriented testing and tuning of an existing large model: lessons from the field vole. PLOS ONE 7(9): e45872

* Zimmer, EI, Jager T, Ducrot V, Lagadic L, Kooijman S (2012) Juvenile food limitation in standardized tests – a warning to ecotoxicologists. Ecotoxicology 21(8): 2195-2204. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-012-0973-5

2011

*Ashauer R, Agatz A, Albert C, Ducrot V, Galic N, Hendriks A J, Jager T, Kretschmann A, O’Connor I, Rubach M N, Nyman A-M, Schmitt W, Stadnicka J, van den Brink P J, Preuss TG (2011). Toxicokinetic-toxicodynamic modelling of quantal and graded sub-lethal endpoints: a brief discussion of concepts. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30: 2519-2524.

* Hernout B, Arnold K, McClean C, Grimm V , Boxall ABA (2011). Predicting the threats of chemicals to wildlife: what are the challenges? Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 7:499-501. DOI: 10.1002/ieam.198

* Jager T, Albert C, Preuss TG, Ashauer R (2011). General unified threshold model of survival – a toxicokinetic-toxicodynamic framework for ecotoxicology. Environmental Science & Technology, 45 : 2529-2540. DOI: 10.1021/es103092a

* Jager T, Selck H (2011). Interpreting toxicity data in a DEB framework: a case study for nonylphenol in the marine polychaete Capitella teleta. Journal of Sea Research,  66: 456-462. DOI: 10.1016/j.seares.2011.04.003

.2010

* Jager T, Klok C (2010) Extrapolating toxic effects on individuals to the population level: the role of dynamic energy budgets. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Biological Sciences, 365: 3531 – 3540. DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2010.0137

Schmolke A, Thorbek P, DeAngelis DL, Grimm V (2010). Ecological models supporting environmental decision making: a strategy for the future. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 25: 479-486. DOI: 10.1016/j.tree.2010.05.001

2009

Grimm V, Ashauer R, Forbes V, Hommen U, Preuss TG, Schmidt A, van den Brink PJ, Wogram J, Thorbek P (2009). CREAM: a European project on mechanistic effect models for ecological risk assessment of chemicals. Environmental Science & Pollution Research, 16: 614-617. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-009-0228-z

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Other publications

2013

Lamichhane K, Garcia SN, Huggett DB, DeAngelis DL, La Point TW. Chronic effects of Carbamazepine on life-history strategies of Ceriodaphnia dubia in three successive generations. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 64: 427-438. DOI: 10.1007/s00244-012-9845-5

2012

Grimm V & Railsback SF (2012) Pattern-oriented modelling: a “multiscope” for predictive systems ecology. Philosophical Transactions Royal Society London B 367: 298-310.

Railsback SF & Grimm V (2012) Agent -Based and Individual-Based Modeling: A Practical Introduction. Princeton. University Press, Princeton, N.J

Thiele JC, Kurth W &  Grimm V. (2012) RNetLogo: an R package for running and exploring individual-based models implemented in NetLogo. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3: 480-483. DOI: 10.1111/j.2041-210X.2011.00180.x

Meredith-Williams M, Carter LJ, Fussell R, Raffaelli D, Ashauer R, Boxall ABA (in press) Uptake and depuration of pharmaceuticals in aquatic invertebrates. Environmental Pollution.  doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2011.11.029

2011

Ashauer R, Wittmer I, Stamm C, Escher BI (2011) Environmental Risk Assessment of Fluctuating Diazinon Concentrations in an Urban and Agricultural Catchment Using Toxicokinetic–Toxicodynamic Modeling. Environmental Science & Technology, 45 (22), 9783-9792. DOI: 10.1021/es202413a

Forbes VE, Calow P, Grimm V, Hayashi T, Jager T, Katholm A, Palmqvist A, Pastorok R, Salvito D, Sibly RM, Spromberg J, Stark J & Stillman RA (2011). Adding value to ecological risk assessment with population modeling. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 17: 287-299. DOI: 10.1080/10807039.2011.552391

2010

Ashauer R & Escher BI (2010). Advantages of toxicokinetic and toxicodynamic modelling in aquatic ecotoxicology and risk assessment. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 12: 2056-2061

Ducrot V, Teixeira-Alves M, Lopes C, Delignette-Muller ML, Charles S & Lagadic L (2010). Development of partial life-cycle experiments to assess the effects of endocrine disruptors on the freshwater gastropod Lymnaea stagnalis: a case-study with vinclozolin. Ecotoxicology, 19: 1312-1321. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-010-0518-8

Ducrot V, Péry ARR & Lagadic L (2010). Modelling effects of diquat under realistic exposure patterns in genetically differentiated populations of the gastropod Lymnaea stagnalis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 365: 3485–3494. DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2010.0047

Ducrot V, Billoir E, Péry ARR, Garric J & Charles S (2010). From Individual to Population Level
Effects of Toxicants in the Tubicifid
Branchiura sowerbyi Using Threshold Effect Models in a Bayesian Framework. Environmental Science & Technology, 44: 3566–3571. DOI: 10.1021/es903860w

Forbes VE, Calow P, Grimm V, Hayashi T, Jager T, Palmqvist A, Pastorok R,
Salvito D, Sibly R, Spromberg J, Stark J, Stillman R (2010). Integrating
population modeling into ecological risk assessment.
Integrated
Environmental Assessment and Management, 6: 191-193.

Forbes VE, Olsen M, Palmqvist A & Calow P (2010). Environmentally sensitive life-cycle traits have low elasticity: implications for theory and practice. Ecological Applications, 20: 1449-1455.

Galic N, Hommen U, Baveco JMH & van den Brink PJ (2010). Potential Application of Population Models in the European Ecological Risk Assessment of Chemicals II: Review of Models and Their Potential to Address Environmental Protection Aims Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 6: 338-360.

Grimm V, Berger U, DeAngelis DL, Polhill G, Giske J, Railsback SF (2010). The ODD protocol: a review and first update. Ecological Modelling, 221:
2760-2768.

Heckmann, LH, Baas J, Jager T (2010). Time is of the essence. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 29(6):1396-1398. DOI: 10.1002/etc.163

Hommen U, Baveco JMH, Galic N & van den Brink PJ (2010). Potential Application of Ecological Models in the European Environmental Risk Assessment of Chemicals I: Review of Protection Goals in EU Directives and Regulations Integrated Environmental Assessment and management, 6: 325-337.

Preuss TGHammers-Wirtz M & Ratte HT (2010): The potential of individual based population models to extrapolate effects measured at standardized test conditions to environmental relevant conditions – an example for 3,4-dichloroaniline on Daphnia magna. Journal of Envrionmental Monitoring, 12: 2070-2079. DOI: 10.1039/c0em00096e

Schmolke A, Thorbek P, Chapman P & Grimm V (2010). Ecological Models and pesticide risk assessment: current modeling practice. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry, 29: 1006-1012. DOI: 10.1002/etc.120

Thorbek P, Forbes V, Heimbach F, Hommen U, Thulke HH, van den Brink P, Wogram J & Grimm V (eds). Ecological models for regulatory risk assessments of pesticides: developing a strategy for the future. Society of Environmental and Chemistry (SETAC) and CRC Press, 2010.

Wang M & Grimm V (2010). Population models in pesticide risk assessment: Lessons for assessing population-level effects, recovery, and alternative exposure scenarios from modeling a small mammal. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 29, 1292-1300.

2009

Forbes VE, Hommen U, Thorbek P, Heimbach F, van den Brink PJ, Wogram J, Thulke HH & Grimm V (2009). Ecological Models in Support of Regulatory Risk Assessments of Pesticides: Developing a Strategy for the Future. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 5 (1): 167-172

Preuss TG, Hammers-Wirtz MHommen U,  Rubach MN & Ratte HT (2009): Development and validation of an individual based Daphnia magna population model: The influence of crowding on population dynamics. Ecological Modelling, 220: 310-329.  DOI:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2008.09.018