His main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Toxicology, Pyrethroid, Pesticide and Toxicity. His biological study focuses on Ecotoxicology. Michael J. Lydy combines subjects such as Acute toxicity and Fipronil with his study of Toxicology.
His Pyrethroid study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hyalella azteca, Bifenthrin, Hydrology, Cypermethrin and Aquatic ecosystem. In general Pesticide study, his work on Pesticide residue often relates to the realm of Independent action, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Toxicity research integrates issues from Chlorpyrifos, Permethrin and Organophosphate.
Environmental chemistry, Hyalella azteca, Pyrethroid, Toxicology and Toxicity are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Pesticide, Chromatography, Extraction and Tenax in his study of Environmental chemistry. His study looks at the intersection of Pesticide and topics like Water pollution with Water quality and Surface runoff.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Azteca, Fluoranthene, Aquatic ecosystem and Bifenthrin. His studies deal with areas such as Bioassay and Permethrin as well as Pyrethroid. Michael J. Lydy usually deals with Toxicology and limits it to topics linked to Chlorpyrifos and Organophosphate, Atrazine and Toxicant.
His primary areas of investigation include Pyrethroid, Environmental chemistry, Hyalella azteca, Bioaccumulation and Contamination. The Pyrethroid study combines topics in areas such as Bifenthrin, Toxicology, Permethrin and Toxicity. Michael J. Lydy has included themes like Minnow and Oncorhynchus in his Toxicity study.
His research investigates the connection with Environmental chemistry and areas like Tenax which intersect with concerns in Total organic carbon, Lumbriculus variegatus and Pollution. Michael J. Lydy combines subjects such as Species richness, Bioassay, Azteca, Aquatic ecosystem and Cyfluthrin with his study of Hyalella azteca. His work carried out in the field of Contamination brings together such families of science as Chromatography, Extraction, Organic chemicals and Passive sampling.
Michael J. Lydy spends much of his time researching Pyrethroid, Cypermethrin, Toxicology, Hyalella azteca and Environmental chemistry. His research in Pyrethroid intersects with topics in Aquatic ecosystem and Bifenthrin. The Cypermethrin study combines topics in areas such as Chlorpyrifos, Invertebrate and Endosulfan.
The study of Toxicology is intertwined with the study of Honey bee in a number of ways. He focuses mostly in the field of Hyalella azteca, narrowing it down to topics relating to Permethrin and, in certain cases, Cyprinidae, Trophic level, Bioaccumulation, Amphipoda and Food chain. His Environmental chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chlordane, Tetramethrin and Hexabromobenzene.
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Toxicity of fluoroquinolone antibiotics to aquatic organisms
April A. Robinson;Jason B. Belden;Michael J. Lydy.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (2005)
How Well Can We Predict the Toxicity of Pesticide Mixtures to Aquatic Life
Jason B Belden;Robert J Gilliom;Michael J Lydy.
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (2007)
Toxicokinetics in aquatic systems: Model comparisons and use in hazard assessment
Peter F. Landrum;Michael J. Lydy;Henry Lee.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (1992)
Aquatic Toxicity Due to Residential Use of Pyrethroid Insecticides
D P Weston;R W Holmes;J You;M J Lydy.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
Distribution and toxicity of sediment-associated pesticides in agriculture-dominated water bodies of California's Central Valley.
D P Weston;J You;M J Lydy.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
Pyrethroid insecticides and sediment toxicity in urban creeks from California and Tennessee.
Erin L Amweg;Donald P Weston;Jing You;Michael J Lydy.
Environmental Science & Technology (2006)
Residential runoff as a source of pyrethroid pesticides to urban creeks.
D.P. Weston;R.W. Holmes;M.J. Lydy.
Environmental Pollution (2009)
Synergistic toxicity of atrazine and organophosphate insecticides contravenes the response addition mixture model
Pamela A. Pape-Lindstrom;Michael J. Lydy.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (1997)
Urban and Agricultural Sources of Pyrethroid Insecticides to the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta of California
Donald P. Weston;Michael J. Lydy.
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
Impact of atrazine on organophosphate insecticide toxicity.
Jason B. Belden;Michael J. Lydy.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (2000)
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