Valery Forbes
Valery Forbes
Charles E. Schmidt College of Science, Florida Atlantic University
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The use and misuse of biomarkers in ecotoxicology
VE Forbes, A Palmqvist, L Bach
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 25 (1), 272-280, 2006
Is the per capita rate of increase a good measure of population‐level effects in ecotoxicology?
VE Forbes, P Calow
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 18 (7 …, 1999
Ecotoxicology in theory and practice
TL Forbes
Springer Science & Business Media, 1993
Species sensitivity distributions revisited: a critical appraisal
VE Forbes, P Calow
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 8 (3), 473-492, 2002
Is hormesis an evolutionary expectation?
VE Forbes
Functional Ecology 14 (1), 12-24, 2000
The extrapolation problem and how population modeling can help
VE Forbes, P Calow, RM Sibly
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 27 (10 …, 2008
Peer reviewed: Does ecotoxicology inform ecological risk assessment?
P Calow, VE Forbes
Environmental science & technology 37 (7), 146A-151A, 2003
Risk assessment on the basis of simplified life‐history scenarios
P Calow, RM Sibly, V Forbes
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 16 (9 …, 1997
Population growth rate as a basis for ecological risk assessment of toxic chemicals
VE Forbes, P Calow
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2002
Consequences of a short pulse of pesticide exposure for survival and reproduction of Gammarus pulex
A Cold, VE Forbes
Aquatic Toxicology 67 (3), 287-299, 2004
Are current species extrapolation models a good basis for ecological risk assessment?
VE Forbes, P Calow, RM Sibly
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 20 (2), 442-447, 2001
A critique of the use of distribution-based extrapolation models in ecotoxicology
TL Forbes, VE Forbes
Functional ecology 7 (3), 249-254, 1993
Development of a framework based on an ecosystem services approach for deriving specific protection goals for environmental risk assessment of pesticides
KM Nienstedt, TCM Brock, J van Wensem, M Montforts, A Hart, A Aagaard, ...
Science of the Total Environment 415, 31-38, 2012
Extrapolation in Ecological Risk Assessment: Balancing Pragmatism and Precaution in Chemical Controls Legislation: Extrapolation is a practical necessity in ecological risk …
VE Forbes, P Calow
BioScience 52 (3), 249-257, 2002
How do physiological responses to stress translate into ecological and evolutionary processes?
P Calow, VE Forbes
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 1998
A weight-of-evidence framework for assessing sediment (or other) contamination: Improving certainty in the decision-making process
GA Burton, GE Batley, PM Chapman, VE Forbes, EP Smith, T Reynoldson, ...
Human and Ecological risk assessment 8 (7), 1675-1696, 2002
Clonal variation in life‐history traits and feeding rates in the gastropod, Potamopyrgus antipodarum: performance across a salinity gradient
R Jacobsen, VE Forbes
Functional Ecology 11 (2), 260-267, 1997
When things don't add up: quantifying impacts of multiple stressors from individual metabolism to ecosystem processing
N Galic, LL Sullivan, V Grimm, VE Forbes
Ecology Letters 21 (4), 568-577, 2018
Toxicant impacts on density‐limited populations: A critical review of theory, practice, and results
VE Forbes, RM Sibly, P Calow
Ecological Applications 11 (4), 1249-1257, 2001
Effects, Uptake, and Depuration Kinetics of Silver Oxide and Copper Oxide Nanoparticles in a Marine Deposit Feeder, Macoma balthica
L Dai, K Syberg, GT Banta, H Selck, VE Forbes
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 1 (7), 760-767, 2013
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