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List of actual NoMiracle Public Deliverables
Total: 69
 Timeline > Project start Date: 01-nov-2004  Current Month: 117
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Nature:
R = Report | P = Prototype | D = Demonstrator | O = Other
Dissemination Level:
PU = Public |
Del. noWP no.Deliverables descriptionNatureDiss. LevelDel. Month
D.1.1.6 WP 1.1 Organisation of first NOMIRACLE workshopO, R PU 18
D.1.2.4 WP 1.2 Pre-selection of scenario for cumulative risk assessment - Documentation of the first version of selection procedure including initial uncertainty evaluationR PU 18
D.1.2.4 - Pre-selection of scenario for cumulative risk assessment - Documentation of the first version of selection procedure including initial uncertainty evaluation
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Part: D.1.2.4 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Marianne Thomsen, Peter Borgen Sorensen, Patrik Fauser, Jack Faber, Joost Lahr, Federica Peirano, Alex Magnetti Vernai, Kathrin Strebel, Uwe Schlink, Gabriela Espinosa Porragas, Francesc Giralt i Prat | Reviewed: Rastogi, Suresh Chandra (NERI), Sanderson, Hans (NERI) and Hanne Bach (NERI) |
Published: 25-nov-2006 | Delivered: 25-nov-2006 | Online: 29-nov-06 |
D.2.1.1 WP 2.1 Report: Compilation of phase parameters, and database of Abraham descriptorsR PU 15
D.2.1.2 WP 2.1 Report: Validated procedure for the determination of phase descriptors for soils, and first series of dataR PU 21
D.2.1.3 WP 2.1 Report: Validated experimental procedure for the determination of membrane-water partitioning, and first dataR PU 18
Condidential report - for further information please contact the author - Nicole Dabitz email:nicole.dabitz@ufz.de
D.2.1.4 WP 2.1 Report: Computerized increment method to estimate Abraham descriptors from molecular structureR PU 18
Condidential report - for further information please contact the author - Ralph Kühne email:ralph.kuehne@ufz.de
D.2.1.5 WP 2.1 Report: Comparative analysis and evaluation of molecular descriptors for modelling hydrogen bondingR PU 18
Condidential report - for further information please contact the author - Johannes Schwöbel: email: johannes.schwoebel@ufz.de
D.2.1.6 WP 2.1 Report on models to predict hydrogen bond donor capacity (Abraham parameter) from molecular structureR PU 27
Confidential report - for further information please contact - Prof. Dr. Gerrit Schuurmann: gerrit.schuurmann@ufz.de
D.2.1.7 WP 2.1 Report on the evaluation of the refined experimental procedure for sorption experiments with European standard soilsR PU 27
D.2.1.8 WP 2.1 Report on extended set of experimental data for compound sorption to various types of soil organic matterR PU 30
D.2.1.9 WP 2.1 Report on the temperature dependence of membrane-water partitioning for a selected set of compoundsR PU 36
Condidential report - for further information please contact the co-author - Nicole Dabitz email:nicole.dabitz@ufz.de
D.2.1.10 WP 2.1 Report on 2D and 3D parameters to predict hydrogen bond acceptor strength from molecular structureR PU 36
Condidential report - for further information please contact the author - Johannes Schwobel: email: johannes.schwoebel@ufz.de
D.2.2.1 WP 2.2 Report: Analytical methods for multifunctional xenobiotics such as biocides, pesticides and pharmaceuticalsR PU 15
D.2.2.1 - Report on analytical methods for multifunctional xenobiotics such as biocides, pesticides and pharmaceuticals in water and sediment
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Part: D.2.2.1 | Status: Draft 1-Revised version | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: M. Silvia Díaz-Cruz, CSIC; Damià Barceló, CSIC | Reviewed: Philipp Mayer (NERI) |
Published: | Delivered: | Online: 01-dic-06 |
D.2.2.2 WP 2.2 Report: Temporal and spatial variability of human exposure-related VOCR PU 12
D.2.2.2 - Report on Temporal and spatial variability of human exposure related VOC
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Part: D.2.2.2 | Status: Draft | Nature: Report | Level: PU |
Author: Martina Rehwagen, Uwe Schlink and Tibor Kohajda, UFZ; Diana Rembges, Otmar Geiss, Salvatore Tirendi, Dimitrios Kotzias, JRC | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: October 31, 2005 | Online: 04-gen-06 |
D.2.2.3 WP 2.2 Report: Sampling methods for soils and sediments and relevant biotest systemsR PU 18
D.2.2.4 WP 2.2 Report: Lab and field data of compound exposure, and assessment of availability parametersR PU 18
D.2.2.5 WP 2.2 Report: Assessment of the (source-dependent) indoor/outdoor ratio of VOCR PU 30
D.2.2.5 - Assessment of the (source-dependent) indoor/outdoor ratios of volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
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Part: D.2.2.5 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Silke Matysik, Tibor Kohajda, Martina Rehwagen, Olf Herbarth, Otmar Geiss, Salvatore Tirendi, Diana Rembges | Reviewed: Philipp Mayer |
Published: | Delivered: April 30, 2007 | Online: 14-mag-07 |
D.2.2.6 WP 2.2 Assessment of the impact of medium constituents on the diffusive flux through unstirred boundary layersR PU 24
D.2.2.6 - Assessment of the impact of medium constituents on the diffusive flux through unstirred boundary layers (R, PU).
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Part: D.2.2.6 | Status: Finished | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Philipp Mayer, Margit M. Fernqvist, Peter S. Christensen, and Ulrich Karlson, Stefan Trapp | Reviewed: To be peer-reviewed by journal |
Published: | Delivered: 5th December 2006 | Online: 29-ott-07 |
D.2.2.7 WP 2.2 Report on method for the accessibility of cationic metals and its measurements on different time scales relevant to acute and chronic toxicityR PU 24
D.2.2.8 WP 2.2 Report on latitude dependent derivation of typical human relevant VOC-pattern (across Europe)R PU 27
D.2.2.8 - Latitude dependent derivation of typical human relevant VOC-pattern (across Europe)
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Part: D.2.2.8 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Otmar Geiss, Salvatore Tirendi, Alberto Gotti, Diana Rembges, Denis Sarigiannis, Silke Matysik, Tibor Kohajda, Martina Rehwagen, Olf Herbarth | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: April 30, 2007 | Online: 29-ott-07 |
D.2.2.9 WP 2.2 Report on diffusive sampling measurements of polar organic chemicals in biotest systems and field samplesR PU 30
D.2.2.10 WP 2.2 Report on diffusive sampling measurements of hydrophobic organic chemicals in biotest systems and field samples, including relationships to biotic uptake and effect parameters (R, PU)R PU 35
Confidential Report - for further information please contact the author Philipp Mayer phm@dmu.dk
D.2.2.20 WP 2.2 Investigation of environmental factors affecting the freely dissolved fraction of polar organic contaminants in water : please see: Magner et al. 2009 - The ability of a novel sorptive polymer to determine the freely dissolved fraction of polar organic compounds in the presence of fulvic acid or sediment. . Anal Bioanal Chem (2009) 395:1525–1532R PU 60
D.2.2.11 WP 2.2 Report on relationships between metal toxicity test results, such as EC50, and DGT measured available exposure, including diffusive fluxes, available pool size, resupply rate constants and the accessibility of metal ions (R, PU)R PU 47
D.2.2.12 WP 2.2 Report on analytical methods for the determination of imidacloprid and thiacloprid in solid environmental samplesR PU 39
D.2.2.12 - Report on analytical methods for the determination of selected pharmaceuticals and pesticides in the aquatic environment
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Part: D.2.2.12 | Status: | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: M. Silvia Díaz-Cruz, CSIC, M. Jesús García Galán, CSIC, Damià Barceló, CSIC | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: 1 March 2008 | Online: 12-apr-10 |
D.2.2.13 WP 2.2 Report on the determination of freely dissolved concentrations in municipal waste water and sludge collected upstream and downstream of a treatment plantR PU 39
D.2.2.14 WP 2.2 Report of chemical activity as exposure parameter: springtail toxicity tests at maximum chemical activity of 10 PAHs in collaboration with RP 3. Please see Mayer and Holmstrup 2008. Passive Dosing of Soil Invertebrates with Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Limited Chemical Activity Explains Toxicity Cutoff. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2008, 42, 7516–7521 R PU 42
D.2.3.14 - Passive Dosing of Soil Invertebrates with Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Limited Chemical Activity Explains Toxicity Cutoff
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Part: D.2.3.14 | Status: Published | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: PHILIPP MAYER , MARTIN HOLMSTRUPTP | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: | Online: 12-apr-10 |
D.2.2.15 WP 2.2 Report on indoor - and activity-dependent indicator components and/or VOC patternR PU 42
Confidential report - for further information please contact - Silke Matysik - silke.matysik@ufz.de
D.2.2.16 WP 2.2 Report on the elimination of selected polar pesticides along the purification process in waterworks (CSIC)R PU 46
D.2.2.16 - Report on the evaluation of new extraction materials and analytical techniques for polar organic compounds such as pesticides and pharmaceutical residues in soils and waste water
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Part: D.2.2.16 | Status: Draft | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: - | Reviewed: - |
Published: - | Delivered: 1 November 2009 | Online: 12-apr-10 |
D.2.2.18 WP 2.2 Report on relationships between metal toxicity test results, such as EC50, and DGT measured available exposure, including diffusive fluxes, available pool size, resupply rate constants and the accessibility of metal ionsR PU 52
D.2.2.19 WP 2.2 Several articles (and submitted manuscripts) about the application of the developed methods and concepts (R, PU)R PU 50
D.2.2.19 - Several articles (and submitted manuscripts) about the application of the developed methods and concepts (R, PU).
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Part: D.2.2.19 | Status: - | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Philipp Mayer (NERI, Denmark) | Reviewed: Articles were reviewed by journals |
Published: - | Delivered: 30 November 06 | Online: 12-apr-10 |
D.2.3.1 WP 2.3 Report: Validated procedures for the determination of compound turnover in water, sediments and soilsR PU 12
D.2.3.1 - Report on Validated procedures for the determination of compound turnover in water, sediments and soils
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Part: D.2.3.1 | Status: Finished | Nature: Report | Level: PU |
Author: Michael Meller, Christiane Elste, Thomas Junker, Thomas Knacker, ECT | Reviewed: Sabcho Dimitrov, LMC; Gerrit Schuurmann, UFZ |
Published: October 31, 2005 | Delivered: October 31, 2005 | Online: 04-gen-06 |
D.2.3.2 WP 2.3 Report: Biodegradation kinetics for some model compounds in water, sediment and different soilsR PU 18
D.2.3.2 - Report on Experimental biodegradation kinetics for some model compounds in water and sediment
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Part: D.2.3.2 | Status: Final Report | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Thomas Junker, Christiane Elste, Thomas Knacker, Michael Meller, ECT Oekotoxikologie GmbH, Boettgerstr | Reviewed: Sabcho Dimitrov, LMC; Gerrit Schüürmann, UFZ; Francesc Giralt, URV |
Published: May 03, 2006 | Delivered: May 03, 2006 | Online: 04-dic-06 |
D.2.3.4 WP 2.3 Report: Preliminary computer approaches to simulate terrestrial biodegradationR PU 18
D.2.3.4 - Preliminary computer approaches to simulate terrestrial biodegradation
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Part: D.2.3.4 | Status: Final Report | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Sabcho Dimitrov, Ovanes Mekenyan, Philip Judson | Reviewed: Gerrit Schüürmann, Ian Cousins |
Published: 2 May, 2006 | Delivered: 30 April, 2006 | Online: 04-dic-06 |
D.2.3.5 WP 2.3 Report: Predicted rates of degradation and metabolite formationR PU 18
D.2.3.5 - Predicted rates of degradation and metabolite formation for compounds subject to multimedia date analysis in WP 2.4
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Part: D.2.3.5 | Status: Final Report | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Sabcho Dimitrov, Daniela Nedelcheva, Ovanes Mekenyan | Reviewed: Ian Cousins, Mark Huijbregts |
Published: 2 May, 2006 | Delivered: 30 April, 2006 | Online: 04-dic-06 |
D.2.3.6 WP 2.3 Report on preparation of electronic database for biodegradation in soilR PU 30
D.2.3.6 - Report on preparation of electronic database for biodegradation in soil
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Part: D.2.3.6 | Status: Draft | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Gergana Dimitrova, Danieala Nedelcheva, Sabcho Dimitrov, Ovanes | Reviewed: Ryszard Laskowski |
Published: May 8, 2007 | Delivered: May 1, 2007 | Online: 08-mag-07 |
D.2.3.7 WP 2.3 Report on experimental biodegradation kinetics for selected test compounds in water and sediment and identification of confounding factorsR PU 30
D.2.3.7 - Report on experimental biodegradation kinetics for selected test compounds in water and sediment and identification of confounding factors
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Part: D.2.3.7 | Status: Final Report | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Thomas Junker, Nicole Kötting, Thomas Knacker | Reviewed: Sabcho Dimitrov, Michael Meller |
Published: May 04, 2007 | Delivered: May 04, 2007 | Online: 08-mag-07 |
D.2.3.8 WP 2.3 Report on first model prototype to predict indirect photolysis with OH radicals from 3D structure with focus on selected compound classesR PU 30
Confidential Report - for further information please contact the author anna.bohnhardt, email: anna.boehnhardt@ufz.de
D.2.3.9 WP 2.3 Report on the progress of work on combining the reasoning approach of MEPPS and the probabilistic approach of CATABOLR PU 30
D.2.3.9 - Report on the progress of work on combining the reasoning approach of MEPPS and the probabilistic approach of CATABOL
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Part: D.2.3.9 | Status: Final Report | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: P N Judson | Reviewed: Gabriela Espinosa, Sabcho Dimitrov |
Published: 5th June 2007 | Delivered: 14th May 07 | Online: 06-giu-07 |
D.2.3.10 WP 2.3 Report on the refined quantitative models for the relationships between biodegradation models in different media: water, soils and sedimentsR PU 32
D.2.3.12 WP 2.3 Report on first prototype of model for predicting biodegradation pathways in soilR PU 39
D.2.3.12 - Report on first prototype of model for predicting biodegradation pathways in soil
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Part: D.2.3.12 | Status: Final Report | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Gergana Dimitrova, Sabcho Dimitrov, Ovanes Mekenyan | Reviewed: Ralph Kühne |
Published: February 2008 | Delivered: 23 January 2008 | Online: 14-feb-08 |
D.2.3.13 WP 2.3 Final version of database interface for biodegradation and physico-chemical dataR PU 39
Visit: http://fet-deq.urv.cat:8080/NomiracleWeb
D.2.3.14 WP 2.3 Report on investigation of important confounding factors and comparison of results with literature dataR PU 42
D.2.3.14 - Report on investigation of important confounding factors and comparison of results with literature data
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Part: D.2.3.14 | Status: Final Report | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Thomas Junker, Thomas Knacker | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: April 30, 2008 | Online: 05-mag-08 |
D.2.4.1 WP 2.4 Report: Multimedia fate and exposure model with various spatial resolutions at the European levelR PU 12
D.2.4.1 - Report on multimedia fate and exposure model with various spatial resolutions at the European level
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Part: D.2.4.1 | Status: Finished | Nature: Report | Level: PU |
Author: Alberto Pistocchi, JRC | Reviewed: M.Huijbregts, J.Armitage, I.Cousins |
Published: november 01- 2005 | Delivered: november 01- 2005 | Online: 04-gen-06 |
D.2.4.2 WP 2.4 Report: Indication of the spatial detailO PU 18
D.2.4.3 WP 2.4 Report: Inventory of improvement options in existing models, based on empirical model evaluationR PU 18
D.2.4.3 - Inventory of Improvement Options in Existing Models, Based on Empirical Model Evaluation
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Part: D.2.4.3 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: James Armitage, ITM; Ian Cousins, ITM | Reviewed: Mark Huijbregts, Mara Hauck, Thomas Knacker |
Published: | Delivered: 5 May 2006 | Online: 13-nov-06 |
D.2.4.4 WP 2.4 Report: Cognitive neural network-based intelligent system to identify the most important variablesP PU 18
D.2.4.4 - Cognitive neural network-based intelligent system to identify the most important variables for the differences found in partitioning behaviour, transport pathways and exposure routes between chemicals
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Part: D.2.4.4 | Status: published | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Martínez, Izacar (URV) - Grifoll, Jordi (URV) - Rallo, Robert (URV) | Reviewed: |
Published: August, 2006 | Delivered: March, 2006 | Online: 29-ago-06 |
D.2.4.5 WP 2.4 Report on the indication of the spatial detail for pesticidesR PU 26
D.2.4.6 WP 2.4 Report on an optimised multimedia fate and human exposure model with various spatial resolutions at the European levelR PU 28
D.2.4.6 - Report on an optimised multimedia fate and human exposure model with various spatial resolutions at the European level
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Part: D.2.4.6 | Status: Finished | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Alberto Pistocchi | Reviewed: Mark Huijbregts, David Pennington, Ian Cousins, James Armitage |
Published: | Delivered: april 30th- 2007 | Online: 29-ott-07 |
D.2.4.7 WP 2.4 Report on the estimation of the spatial variance in environmental concentrations without making use of a spatially resolved modelR PU 30
D.2.4.7 - Report on the estimation of the spatial variance in environmental concentrations without making use of a spatially resolved model
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Part: D.2.4.7 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Anne Hollander; Mara Hauck; Mark A.J. Huijbregts; Ad M.J. Ragas; Dik Van de Meent | Reviewed: Alberto Pistocchi |
Published: | Delivered: 07 Aug 2007 | Online: 10-ago-07 |
D.2.4.8 WP 2.4 Report on the large-scale, predicted fate and exposure of polar compounds such as per fluorinated compounds including evaluation against monitoring dataR PU 30
D.2.4.8 - Report on the large-scale, predicted fate and exposure of perfluorooctanoic acid including evaluation against monitoring data
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Part: D.2.4.8 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: James Armitage, Ian Cousins | Reviewed: M. Hauck |
Published: 12 June 2007 | Delivered: 1 June 2007 | Online: 12-giu-07 |
D.2.4.9 WP 2.4 Report on the most suitable artificial neural network architectures and molecular descriptors to estimate environmental multimedia behaviour, including a sensitivity analysis of the effect of compartment sizes on multimedia concentrationsR PU 30
D.2.4.9 - Report on the most suitable artificial neural network architectures and molecular descriptors to estimate environmental multimedia behavior, including a sensitivity analysis of the effect of compartment sizes on multimedia concentrations
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Part: D.2.4.9 | Status: submitted | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Martínez, Izacar; Grifoll, Jordi; Rallo, Robert; Giralt, Francesc | Reviewed: Mark Huijbregts |
Published: | Delivered: April, 2007 | Online: 04-lug-07 |
D.2.4.10 WP 2.4 Report on the indication of the spatial detail for bioaccumulation of Polycyclic Aromatic HydrocarbonsR PU 42
D.2.4.10 - Report on the indication of the spatial detail for bioaccumulation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
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Part: D.2.4.10 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Mara Hauck, Mark A. J Huijbregts, Karin Veltman, A. Jan Hendriks, Albert A. Koelmans, Caroline T. A. Moermond Martine J. Van den Heuvel-Greve, A. Dick Vethaak | Reviewed: Ad Ragas, Radboud University |
Published: | Delivered: April, 21st 2008 | Online: 22-apr-08 |
D.2.4.11 WP 2.4 Report on the large-scale predicted fate and exposure of polar compounds such as pesticides and/or pharmaceuticals including an evaluation against monitoring dataR PU 42
D.2.4.12 WP 2.4 Report on the most suitable deterministic and probabilistic algorithms to pre-classify chemicals into families according to their partitioning with the aim of better predicting multimedia concentrations based on artificial neural networks models for each chemical familyR PU 42
D.2.4.12 - Report on the most suitable deterministic and probabilistic algorithms to pre-classify chemicals into families according to their partitioning with the aim of better predicting multimedia concentrations based on artificial neural networks for each chemical family
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Part: D.2.4.12 | Status: Submitted | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Martínez, Izacar (URV), Jordi, Grifoll (URV), Francesc, Giralt (URV), Robert, Rallo (URV) | Reviewed: |
Published: - | Delivered: April 01, 2008 | Online: 12-apr-10 |
D.2.4.13 WP 2.4 Report on the feasibility of predicting multimedia chemical partitioning with artificial neural network models by using functional group counts as input informationR PU 48
D.2.4.13 - Report on the feasibility of predicting multimedia chemical partitioning with artificial neural network models by using functional group counts as input information
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Part: D.2.4.13 | Status: Submitted | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Martínez, Izacar (URV), Jordi, Grifoll (URV), Francesc, Giralt (URV), Robert, Rallo (URV), Gabriela, Espinosa (URV) | Reviewed: - |
Published: - | Delivered: Dec. 15, 2008 | Online: 12-apr-10 |
D.2.4.14 WP 2.4 Report on the estimation of the spatial variance in human intake fraction without making use of a spatially resolved modelR PU 54
D.2.4.14 - Report on the estimation and validation of the spatial variance in PCB153 concentrations without making use of a spatially resolved model (RU)
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Part: D.2.4.14 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Mara Hauck, RU, Mark Huijbregts, RU, Anne Hollander, RU, Jan Hendriks, RU, Dik van de Meent, RU@ | Reviewed: Alberto Pistocchi, 20 April - 6 May 2009 |
Published: - | Delivered: 8 May 2009 | Online: 12-apr-10 |
D.2.4.15 WP 2.4 Evaluating the utility of spatially explicit multimedia fate modelsR PU 55
D.2.4.15 - Evaluating the utility of spatially explicit multimedia fate models
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Part: D.2.4.15 | Status: | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: A Hollander, M Hauck, IT Cousins, MAJ Huijbregts, A Pistocchi, AMJ Ragas, D van de Meent | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: 25 November 2009 | Online: 12-apr-10 |
D.2.4.16 WP 2.4 Article “From molecular information to fate Modelling: How certain can we be?”R PU 55
D.2.4.16 - Article “From molecular information to fate Modelling: How certain can we be?”
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Part: D.2.4.16 | Status: Submitted | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Martínez, Izacar (URV), Jordi, Grifoll (URV), Francesc, Giralt (URV), Cohen, Yoram (UCLA), Robert, Rallo (URV), | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: August. 15, 2009 | Online: 12-apr-10 |
D.3.1.2 WP 3.1 Generation of new stable immune reporter cell lines for assessment of chemical effects on human healthR PU 15
D.3.1.2 - Generation of new stable immune reporter cell lines for assessment of chemical effects on human health
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Part: D.3.1.2 | Status: draft 1 | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Albert Duschl | Reviewed: To be reviewed |
Published: | Delivered: | Online: 12-dic-06 |
D.3.1.3 WP 3.1 Report: Dose response profiles for the first set of prioritised chemicals and mixtures in MicrotoxR PU 18
D.3.1.4 WP 3.1 Final report on the outcomes of chronic toxicity studies with four chemicals and three mixtures focusing on inter-species sensitive for each compound and the fit of mixture data-sets to the reference models for concentration addition and independent actionR PU 24
Confidential Report - for further information please contact the author Almut Gerhardt almutg@web.de
D.3.1.5 WP 3.1 Report on structural rules for predictive discrimination between narcotic-level and excess toxic compounds to Tetrahymena pyriformis based on IC50 toxicity dataR PU 24
Confidential Report - for further information please contact the author Ralph Kühne ralph.kuehne@ufz.de
D.3.1.6 WP 3.1 Finalised proceedings from the mixture toxicity workshop to be conducted at Krakow, Poland in 2006 summarising the current state of the art in the field of mixture toxicityR PU 42
D.3.1.7 WP 3.1 Preliminary data-base resource holding summary results of all single chemical and mixture toxi-city data collected in the effect assessment phases of NoMiracleO PU 40
D.3.1.7 - Preliminary data-base resource holding summary results of all single chemical and mixture toxi-city data collected in the effect assessment phases of NoMiracle
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Part: D.3.1.7 | Status: Draft for Intranet | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Claus Svendsen | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: | Online: 03-gen-08 |
D.3.1.8 WP 3.1 Combined international workshop on immunology and immunotoxicologyR PU 36
D.3.1.8 - Combined international workshop on immunology and immunotoxicology
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Part: D.3.1.8 | Status: | Nature: O | Level: PU |
Author: | Reviewed: |
Published: Oct. 2008 | Delivered: Oct. 2008 | Online: 12-apr-10 |
D.3.2.1 WP 3.2 Report: Baseline response to allergenic, pathogenic and natural stressors for various cell linesR PU 9
D.3.2.1 - Baseline responses to allergenic, pathogenic and natural stressors for the various cell lines - test organisms as dose-response relationships
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Part: D.3.2.1 | Status: First version | Nature: Report | Level: PU |
Author: Irina Lehmann and Gunnar Wichmann, UFZ, Partner 3 ; Albert Duschl, USALZ, Partner 17 ; Almut Gerha | Reviewed: |
Published: August 31, 2005 | Delivered: July 31, 2005 | Online: 23-dic-05 |
D.3.2.2 WP 3.2 Report: Initial experiments to validate applicability of the chemical mixture assessment modelR PU 15
Confidential report - for further information contact the author - Martin Holmstrup mho@dmu.dk
D.3.2.4 WP 3.2 Manuscript describing the effects of nickel chloride and oxygen depletion on behaviour and vitality of zebrafish larvaeR PU 27
D.3.2.5 WP 3.2 Manuscript describing the influence of temperature and humidity on nickel and chlorpyrifos toxicity to the potworm, Enchytraeus doerjesiR PU 29
D.3.2.6 WP 3.2 Preliminary report on the uptake, elimination and metabolism of two selected chemicals under influence of at least two natural stressors. Combinations of stressors where significant interactions are found will be studied. Choice of test organisms, chemicals and natural stressors to be decidedR PU 31
D.3.3.2 WP 3.3 Preliminary report on the uptake elimination and metabolism kinetics of two selected chemicals and their mixtureR PU 18
D.3.3.4 WP 3.3 B - Final report relating the toxicity of two selected chemicals and their mixtures to the uptake, elimination and metabolism kinetics in test organismsR PU 37
D.3.3.6 WP 3.3 Report on the uptake, elimination and metabolism of a second set of selected chemicals and their mixtures in test organisms, upon exposure in soil or waterR PU 40
D.3.3.6 - Report on the uptake, elimination and metabolism of a second set of selected test chemicals and their mixtures in test organisms, upon exposure in soil or water
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Part: D.3.3.6 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Kees van Gestel, with J. Wright, L. Lister, D. Spurgeon, C.Svendsen, M. Broerse, T. Vandenbrouck, W. De Coen, A. Dagnino, F. Dondero, A. Viarengo, A. Bednarska, R. Laskowski | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: April 21 2008 | Online: 22-apr-08 |
D.3.4.1 WP 3.4 Web linked repository of protocols for specific and global profiling of stress response pathwaysR PU 12
D.3.4.1 - Web linked repository of protocols for specific and global profiling of stress response pathways
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Part: D.3.4.1 | Status: | Nature: Web linked handbook of protocols | Level: PU |
Author: Aldo Viarengo, DiSAV | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: | Online: 04-gen-06 |
D.3.4.2 WP 3.4 Report on completion of baseline analysis of response profiles for single stress response systems and global profiling responses in cell lines and model speciesR PU 18
Confidential report - for further information please contact the author: Aldo Viarengo, email: viarengo@unipmn.it
D.3.4.3 WP 3.4 Report: Comparison of the effects of two compounds on biochemical responses in cell lines and animal modelsR PU 18
Confidential report - for further information please contact the author: Aldo Viarengo, email: viarengo@unipmn.it
D.3.4.4 WP 3.4 Report of baseline analysis of response profiles for single stress response systems and global profiling responses in cell lines and model species for the second set of prioritized chemicals R PU 42
Confidential report - for further information please contact Francesco Dondero email: francesco.dondero@mfn.unipmn.it
D.3.4.5 WP 3.4 Report of single stress and global response profiles for the first and second prioritized contamination mixture (responsible partner, DISAV/NERC)R PU 42
Confidential report - for further information please contact Francesco Dondero email: francesco.dondero@mfn.unipmn.it
D.3.4.6 WP 3.4 Preliminary report (Workshop proceedings) on the trans-evolutionary analysis of global responses of single chemicals and mixturesR PU 54
D.3.4.6 - Preliminary report (Workshop Proceedings) on the Trans-evolutionary analysis of global responses of single chemicals and mixtures
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Part: D.3.4.6 | Status: N/A | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: DiSAV | Reviewed: |
Published: Dec 11 2009 | Delivered: Oct 31 2009 | Online: 03-mag-10 |
D.4.1.1 WP 4.1 Report on separation of true uncertainty and interindividual variability in predicted risks for a populationR PU 22
D.4.1.1 - Report on separation of true uncertainty and interindividual variability in the human exposure model NORMTOX: testing the coherence of environmental quality standards for pesticides after exposure through multiple pathways
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Part: D.4.1.1 | Status: Reviewd | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: FPE Brower - FL Buchner - AMJ Ragas - HWM Hendriks - MAJ Huijbregts | Reviewed: Peter Borgen Sorensen - Jan Baas |
Published: August, 2006 | Delivered: August, 2006 | Online: 30-ago-06 |
D.4.1.2 WP 4.1 Paper on the model formulation for effects of a mixture of 2 compoundsR PU 23
D.4.1.2 - Paper on the model formulation for effects of a mixture of 2 compounds
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Part: D.4.1.2 | Status: Two submitted papers and one in prep | Nature: O | Level: PU |
Author: J. Baas, T. Jager, S.A.L.M. Kooijman | Reviewed: To be reviewed by scientific peer reviewers at the journals |
Published: To be determined | Delivered: October .2006 | Online: 11-dic-06 |
D.4.1.3 WP 4.1 Merged with D.4.1.6R PU 18
To be merged with Deliverable 4.1.6 and to be finished by May 2007
D.4.1.4 WP 4.1 Report describing a method for quantification of impacts of different stressors on aquatic freshwater ecosystemsR PU 18
D.4.1.4 - Report describing a method for the quantification of impacts on aquatic freshwater ecosystems resulting from different stressors (e.g., toxic substances, eutrophication, etc).
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Part: D.4.1.4 | Status: Draft 2 | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Dr Jérôme Payet | Reviewed: Ad Ragas |
Published: | Delivered: | Online: 12-dic-06 |
D.4.1.8 WP 4.1 Report illustrating how value-of-information techniques can be applied to optimize risk assessment.R PU 37
Replaced by 4.1.12 and 4.1.13
D.4.1.8 - Report on the impact of an additional ecotoxicity test when deriving environmental quality standards
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Part: D.4.1.8 | Status: | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: I. Henning-de Jong, A.M.J. Ragas, H.W.M. Hendriks, A.J. Hendriks, L. Posthuma, A. Wintersen | Reviewed: M.A.J. Huijbregts, J. Baas |
Published: | Delivered: 4 June, 2008 | Online: 05-giu-08 |
D.4.1.10 WP 4.1 Report that illustrates the separation of uncertainty and (interindividual) variability in human reference valuesR PU 48
D.4.1.12 WP 4.1 Report on the experimental validation of the many compound mixture model for survivalR PU 48
D.4.1.12 - Report on the experimental validation of the many compound mixture-model for survival.
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Part: D.4.1.12 | Status: | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Jan Baas, Bas Kooijman, VU Amsterdam Netherlands. Anna Stefanowycz, Beata Anna Klimek, Ryszard Laskowski, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland Jagiellonian University, Krakow Jagiellonian Universit | Reviewed: 2 external reviewers |
Published: | Delivered: May 2009 | Online: 03-mag-10 |
D.4.1.13 WP 4.1 Report on the behaviour of the toxicity of a many compound system using Monte Carlo simulations: Please see: Baas et al. 2009. Estimation of no effect concentrations from exposure experiments when values scatter among individuals. ECOLOGICAL MODELLING Volume: 220 Issue: 3 Pages: 411-418 R PU 50
D.4.1.14 WP 4.1 Extension of the current survival-model to reproduction and growth as endpointsR PU 54
D.4.1.15 WP 4.1 Report on the derivation of new uncertainty factors in ecological risk assessmentR PU 54
Confidential report - for further information please contact - Ad Ragas, email: A.Ragas@science.ru.nl
D.4.1.16 WP 4.1 Contribution to NOMIRACLE Master Case 1: Application of the NORMTOX model to assess the human exposure to pesticides in an urban environmentR PU 60
D.4.1.17 WP 4.1 A biology-based approach for mixture toxicity of multiple endpoints over the life cycle, please see: jager et al. Ecotoxicology DOI 10.1007/s10646-009-0417-z - article in press.R PU 60
D.4.1.19 WP 4.1 Prediction of Daphnid Survival after in Situ Exposure to Complex Mixtures. Please see baas et al. Environ. Sci. Technol. XXXX, xxx, 000–000, Article in press.R PU 60
D.4.2.1 WP 4.2 Random-walk model describing pollutant accumulation in a floodplainR PU 18
D.4.2.1 - A random-walk model that describes the accumulation of pollutants in selected ecological receptors in a floodplain area along the river Waal in the Netherlands
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Part: D.4.2.1 | Status: Draft version | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Mark Loos, Ad M.J. Ragas, Aafke M. Schipper, João P.C. Lopes | Reviewed: Francesc Giralt, Uwe Schlink, Peter Borgen Sørensen |
Published: June 30, 2006 | Delivered: 28 April 2006 | Online: 19-set-06 |
D.4.2.2 WP 4.2 CD: Fuzzy ARTMAP neural classifier for cluster analysis and demonstration of a variable selection approachR PU 18
D.4.2.3 WP 4.2 Report: Demonstration of up-scaling methods, based upon the small-scale modellingR PU 18
D.4.2.3 - Report on demonstration of up scaling methods,based upon the small scale modelling
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Part: D.4.2.3 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Partner 01, Alterra, Wageningen, The Netherlands; Partner 02, UFZ, Leipzig, Germany | Reviewed: Prof. dr. W. de Coen, University of Antwerp. 25 April 2006 |
Published: 30 April 2006 | Delivered: 29 April 2006 | Online: 13-nov-06 |
D.4.2.6 WP 4.2 Report: Ecological vulnerability analysisR PU 18
D.4.2.6 - Report on ecological vulnerability analysis
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Part: D.4.2.6 | Status: Submitted | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Marieke de Lange, Joost van der Pol, Joost Lahr, Jack Faber | Reviewed: Ad Ragas, Peter Sørensen |
Published: September 1, 2006 | Delivered: April, 2006 | Online: 22-gen-07 |
D.4.2.7 WP 4.2 Extension of the random walk model with an effects module for combined exposure to multiple substancesR PU 24
D.4.2.7 - Extension of the random walk model with an effects module for combined exposure to multiple substances
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Part: D.4.2.7 | Status: Final Version | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Mark Loos, RU; Ad M.J. Ragas, RU | Reviewed: Uwe Schlink (UFZ), 17 November 2006 |
Published: 29 November 2006 | Delivered: 29 November 2006 | Online: 29-nov-06 |
D.4.2.8 WP 4.2 Report on the implementation of the random walk model of the ADW area (D.4.2.1 and D.4.2.7) in a new modelling platform (object oriented C++ program)R PU 30
Merged with 4.2.13 scheduled month 42
D.4.2.9 WP 4.2 A model for exposure and risk relationships using neural networks at different sites scalesR PU 30
D.4.2.10 WP 4.2 Report on comparison between CAR model and neural network approaches.R PU 36
D.4.2.11 WP 4.2 Report on probabilistic use of species data to compose ‘virtual species’ with traits representing the diversity.R PU 38
D.4.2.11 - Report on probabilistic use of species data to compose virtual species with traits representing the diversity
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Part: D.4.2.11 | Status: Submitted for internet | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Marieke de Lange, Joost van der Pol & Jack Faber | Reviewed: Marco Vighi, Ad Ragas |
Published: November 15, 2007 | Delivered: 31 October 2007 | Online: 09-nov-07 |
D.4.2.12 WP 4.2 Report on the implementation of internal regulation and excretion mechanisms for metals in the random walk model of the ADW areaR PU 38
D.4.2.12 - Exposure modelling for non-essential metals using a dynamic kinetic approach for metal accumulation – a Zn case study
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Part: D.4.2.12 | Status: Finished | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Mark Loos, Julian J. Tramper, Ad M.J. Ragas, A.J. Hendriks | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: | Online: 22-apr-08 |
D.4.2.13 WP 4.2 Report on the implementation of ecological realistic processes (e.g., energy budget, inter- and intra-specific interaction; selection based on M.4.2.15) which are elevant for cumulative exposure modelling in the random walk model of the ADWR PU 42
D.4.2.13 - Ecological and Spatially explicit Cumulative & Exposure model (Eco- SpaCE), an individual-based ecological exposure model for terrestrial vertebrates in an object-oriented programming platform
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Part: D.4.2.13 | Status: Finished | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Mark Loos, Ad M.J. Ragas, A.J. Hendriks, M.J.Plasmeijer | Reviewed: Jack Faber, Jan Baas |
Published: | Delivered: | Online: 16-lug-08 |
D.4.2.14 WP 4.2 Report on suggestions for a random walk model for humans [Chapter 1: Feasibility study of the application of the ecological RW model to human health (RU/UFZ); Chapter 2: The structure of a human mobility model (UFZ)]R PU 42
D.4.2.14 - Receptor-oriented approaches in wildlife and human exposure modelling: a comparative study
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Part: D.4.2.14 | Status: | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Mark Loos, Aafke M. Schipper, Uwe Schlink, Kathrin Strebel, Ad M.J. Ragas | Reviewed: Marieke de Lange, Gabriela Espinosa |
Published: | Delivered: | Online: 09-ott-08 |
D.4.2.15 WP 4.2 Report on spatio-temporal models in a Catalan county regionR PU 42
Confidential report - for further information please contact - Jordi Grifoll, email: jordi.grifoll@urv.cat
D.4.2.16 WP 4.2 Report on modelling the combined action of airborne chemical stressors and climate factors on the respiratory health of the population in Drobeta Turnu Severin, RomaniaR PU 46
D.4.2.17 WP 4.2 Contributions to Master Case 1R PU 54
D.4.2.17 - Contributions to Master Case 1
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Part: D.4.2.17 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Jack Faber (editor), Marieke de Lange, Joost Lahr (Alterra) | Reviewed: Peter Sørensen (Aarhus University) |
Published: October 24, 2009 | Delivered: October 13, 2009 | Online: 03-mag-10 |
D.4.2.18 WP 4.2 Contributions to Master Case 2R PU 54
D.4.2.19 WP 4.2 Eco-SpaCE: an object-oriented, spatially explicit model to assess the risk of multiple environmental stressors on terrestrial vertebrate populationsR PU 55
D.4.2.19 - Eco-SpaCE: an object-oriented, spatially explicit model to assess the risk of multiple environmental stressors on terrestrial vertebrate populations
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Part: D.4.2.19 | Status: | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Mark Loos, RU, Ad M.J. Ragas, RU, Rinus Plasmeijer, RUmage, Aafke M. Schipper, RUage, A. Jan Hendriks, RU | Reviewed: Mark Huijbregts (RU)mage |
Published: December, 2009e: | Delivered: 31 October, 2009 | Online: 03-mag-10 |
D.4.3.1 WP 4.3 Review of theoretical and applied frameworks of risk informationR PU 15
D.4.3.1 - Review of theoretical and applied frameworks of risk information
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Part: D.4.3.1 | Status: Submitted to Environmental Science and Policy | Nature: O | Level: PU |
Author: Timo Assmuth and Mikael Hildén | Reviewed: Ad Ragas and to be reviewed by three referees of Environmental Science and Policy |
Published: | Delivered: 18 Oct 2006 | Online: 12-dic-06 |
D.4.3.2 WP 4.3 Report: Approaches to the characterisation of knowledge of risks, uncertainties and ambiguityR PU 15
D.4.3.2 - Report on approaches to the characterization of knowledge of risks, uncertainties and ambiguity and their use and quality assurance in the IP domain
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Part: D.4.3.2 | Status: submitted | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Ortwin Renn, Christina Benighaus DIA | Reviewed: April-2006, Ad Ragas, RU |
Published: October, 2006 | Delivered: October, 2006 | Online: 13-nov-06 |
D.4.3.4 WP 4.3 Completed submitted manuscripts from first 18 months (based on deliverables 4.3.1 and 4.3.2).R PU 19
Please contact the authors for further information: Timo Assmuth email: timo.assmuth@ymparisto.fi Ortwin Renn – email: ortwin.renn@soz.uni-stuttgart.de
D.4.3.5 WP 4.3 Report on the survey results on risk framingR PU 27
D.4.3.5 - Report on the survey results: What do experts and stakeholders think about risks and uncertainties?
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Part: D.4.3.5 | Status: Draft 1 | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Timo Assmuth, Jari Lyytimäki, Mikael Hildén, Matti Lindholm, Berndt Munier | Reviewed: |
Published: | Delivered: 1 March 2007 | Online: 14-feb-08 |
D.4.3.6 WP 4.3 Report of the three focus groups: Good practice of the information and communication of multiple risks from the NoMiracle contextR PU 49
D.4.3.6 - final - Communication Needs of Chemical Risks – a Consumer/Public Perspective
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Part: D.4.3.6 - final | Status: Manuscript | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Christina Benighaus and Ortwin Renn (DIA) | Reviewed: Ad Ragas |
Published: 2009 | Delivered: January 2009 | Online: 31-lug-09 |
D.4.3.12 WP 4.3 Proceedings of the open NoMiracle workshop in April 2007R PU 37
D.4.3.13 WP 4.3 Manuscript contribution to the NoMiracle BookR PU 60
D.4.3.13 - The Role of Risk Communication and Stakeholder Involvement in Assessment and Management of chemical risks
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Part: D.4.3.13 | Status: Submitted paper | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Christina Benighaus, Dipl Geogr., Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Ortwin Renn, DIALOGIK Stuttgart and University of Stuttgart, Institute of Social Science | Reviewed: Mikael Hilden |
Published: 2009/2010 | Delivered: July 2009 | Online: 03-mag-10 |
D.4.3.14 WP 4.3 Report from the Stuttgart Workshop on Risk CommunicationR PU 34
Confidential report - for further information please contact Timo Assmuth, email: timo.assmuth@ymparisto.fi
D.4.3.14 - Report from the Stuttgart Workshop on Risk Communication
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Part: D.4.3.14 | Status: submitted | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Christina Benighaus and Ortwin Renn | Reviewed: Claire Mays |
Published: December 2007 | Delivered: 31.08.2007 | Online: 03-gen-08 |
D.4.3.15 WP 4.3 Wrestling with a Medusa - Integrated assessment and management of cumulative risks from multiple stressors according to EU chemicals regulators and stakeholder expertsR PU 60
D.4.3.15 - Wrestling with a Medusa - Integrated assessment and management of cumulative risks from multiple stressors according to EU chemicals regulators and stakeholder experts
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Part: D.4.3.15 | Status: Reviewed draft | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Timo Assmuth, Matthieu Craye, Partner 19, SYKE, Helsinki, Finland, Partner 18, JRC, Ispra, Denmark | Reviewed: Ad Ragas, Research Pillar 4, Oct 2009; Claire Mays, Pillar 5.3, Oct 2009 |
Published: - | Delivered: 27 October 2009 | Online: 15-dic-09 |
D.4.3.16 WP 4.3 Integrated risk assessment and risk governance as socio-political phenomena: A synthetic view of the challengesR PU 60
D.4.3.16 - Integrated risk assessment and risk governance as socio-political phenomena: A synthetic view of the challenges
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Part: D.4.3.16 | Status: In press | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Timo Assmuth, Mikael Hildén, Christina Benighaus | Reviewed: 2 anonymous reviewers, July-Nov 2009 |
Published: Tbc | Delivered: 2 December 2009 (rev | Online: 03-mag-10 |
D.5.1.2 WP 5.1 Dissemination planO PU 6
D.5.1.2 - Dissemination plan
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Part: D.5.1.2 | Status: In review | Nature: - | Level: PU |
Author: Claire Mays, Institut SYMLOG de France | Reviewed: Hans Løkke |
Published: Not published | Delivered: January 2005 | Online: 23-dic-05 |
D.5.1.3 WP 5.1 Organisation of workshop on mixture toxicityO PU 18
D.5.1.4 WP 5.1 Quarterannual newsletterO PU 54
D.5.1.4.b - External Homepage
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Part: D.5.1.4.b | Status: Additional features are added continuously | Nature: - | Level: PU |
Author: Marc van Liedekerke, JRC, ISPRA | Reviewed: NoMiracle |
Published: March 2005 | Delivered: March 2005 | Online: 23-dic-05 |
D.5.1.4.c - First NoMiracle Newsletter
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Part: D.5.1.4.c | Status: Finished | Nature: Newsletter | Level: PU |
Author: Morten Strandberg, NoMiracle Secretariat | Reviewed: Claire May |
Published: May - 2005 | Delivered: May - 2005 | Online: 23-dic-05 |
D.5.3.3 WP 5.3 Organization of one technical sessionO PU 18
D.5.3.4 WP 5.3 Programme for an international PhD programmeO PU 18
D.5.3.6 WP 5.3 Organisation of NoMiracle Ph.D.-courses to be announced in NoMiracle NewsletterR PU 50
D.5.3.7 WP 5.3 Training using Master Case 1 – interim reportR PU 50
D.5.3.8 WP 5.3 Training using Master Case 2 – interim reportR PU 50
D.5.3.9 WP 5.3 Training using Master Case 3 – interim reportR PU 50
D.5.4.5 WP 5.4 Highlights from First Periodic Report of NOMIRACLE summarised for submission to relevant mediaR PU 18
D.5.4.5 - Highlights from First Periodic Report of NOMIRACLE summarised for submission to relevant media
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Part: D.5.4.5 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Hans Lokke, Morten Strandberg (NERI) | Reviewed: Claire Mays (February 2006) |
Published: March, 2006 | Delivered: March, 2006 | Online: 22-nov-06 |
D.5.4.6 WP 5.4 Press release from first open international NoMiracle workshopR PU 20
D.5.4.6 - Press release from first open international NoMiracle workshop
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Part: D.5.4.6 | Status: Final | Nature: R | Level: PU |
Author: Hans Lokke, Morten Strandberg (NERI) | Reviewed: Claire Mays (February 2006) |
Published: March 2006 | Delivered: March 2006 | Online: 22-nov-06 |
D.5.4.8 WP 5.4 Highlights from second Periodic Report of NoMiracle summarised for submission to popular science journals and other relevant mediaR PU 30
D.5.4.9 WP 5.4 Press release from second open international NoMiracle workshopR PU 30
D.5.4.10 WP 5.4 Highlights from third Periodic Report of NoMiracle summarised for submission to popular science journals and other relevant mediaR PU 42
D.5.4.11 WP 5.4 Press release or Newsletter article from third open NoMiracle WorkshopR PU 42