ForensisGroup Ecotoxicology Expert Witnesses study pesticides and other contaminants that get into the natural environment have the ability to impact wild plants and animals.
Ecotoxicology is a combination of disciplines, such as ecology, toxicology, physiology, analytical chemistry, molecular biology, and mathematics. Ecotoxicologists examine the impacts of contaminants like pesticides on individuals, populations, natural communities, and ecosystems. Our ecotoxicologists also look at what happens to the pesticides themselves—where they go in the environment, the length of time they last, and the way in which they finally break down.
Two of the biggest areas of study are the ecosystem and landscape ecotoxicology. Challenges in this area of study include the effects of variable exposure patterns, the vulnerability of ecosystems, the indirect ecological effects, the responses to multiple stress factors, and the improvement of ecological modeling. The study of nanoparticles in ecotoxicology is also a new area of research. Our expert witnesses also are involved with ecological risk assessment, exposure assessment, effect assessment, and ecological modeling.
They are regulatory chemists, regulatory ecotoxicologists, and biologists.
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