Wageningen University & Research
Ecology, Environmental resource management, Pesticide, Toxicology and Aquatic ecosystem are his primary areas of study. His work on Freshwater ecosystem, Ecotoxicology, Temperate climate and Ecosystem as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to Sensitivity, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ecological risk, Ecology, Water Framework Directive, Social ecological model and Ecosystem model.
His Pesticide study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nymph, Mayfly and Caddisfly. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chlorpyrifos, Mesocosm, Chronic toxicity, Arthropod and Imidacloprid in addition to Toxicology. His work carried out in the field of Aquatic ecosystem brings together such families of science as Pangasius and Aquaculture.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Pesticide, Ecosystem, Ecotoxicology and Microcosm. Invertebrate, Aquatic ecosystem, Freshwater ecosystem, Biodiversity and Ecology are among the areas of Ecology where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. He interconnects Agriculture and Toxicology in the investigation of issues within Pesticide.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Ecosystem, Environmental resource management are connected with Ecological risk, Ecosystem model and Water Framework Directive and other disciplines. His work in Ecotoxicology covers topics such as Temperate climate which are related to areas like Tropics. His research investigates the link between Microcosm and topics such as Zooplankton that cross with problems in Mesocosm.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental chemistry, Ecology, Ecosystem, Benthic zone and Chlorpyrifos. Paul J. Van den Brink integrates many fields, such as Ecology and Structure and function, in his works. His work deals with themes such as Mediterranean climate, Biodiversity, Aquatic ecosystem and Environmental resource management, which intersect with Ecosystem.
His Benthic zone study combines topics in areas such as Galaxolide, Microcosm, Oreochromis, Microplastics and Invertebrate. His Chlorpyrifos study results in a more complete grasp of Pesticide. His Pesticide research incorporates elements of Dry season, Toxicology and Nutrient.
Paul J. Van den Brink mainly focuses on Ecosystem, Biodiversity, Benthic zone, Environmental chemistry and Invertebrate. Paul J. Van den Brink has researched Ecosystem in several fields, including Scientific literature, Field and Environmental resource management. He combines subjects such as Ecosystem management, Environmental planning, Ecology and Trophic level, Food web with his study of Biodiversity.
His Food web study is concerned with Ecology in general. His studies in Environmental chemistry integrate themes in fields like Clarias gariepinus and Oreochromis. The concepts of his Invertebrate study are interwoven with issues in Evolutionary biology, Toxicodynamics and Taxon.
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Principal response curves: Analysis of time‐dependent multivariate responses of biological community to stress
Paul J. Van den Brink;Cajo J. F. Ter Braak.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (1999)
Insecticide species sensitivity distributions: importance of test species selection and relevance to aquatic ecosystems
Lorraine Maltby;Naomi Blake;Theo C. M. Brock;Paul J. Van den Brink.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (2005)
Use of veterinary medicines, feed additives and probiotics in four major internationally traded aquaculture species farmed in Asia
Andreu Rico;Tran Minh Phu;Tran Minh Phu;Kriengkrai Satapornvanit;Jiang Min.
Towards the review of the European Union Water Framework Directive: Recommendations for more efficient assessment and management of chemical contamination in European surface water resources.
Werner Brack;Werner Brack;Valeria Dulio;Marlene Ågerstrand;Ian Allan.
Science of The Total Environment (2017)
Future water quality monitoring--adapting tools to deal with mixtures of pollutants in water resource management.
Rolf Altenburger;Selim Ait-Aissa;Philipp Antczak;Thomas Backhaus.
Science of The Total Environment (2015)
Nanopesticides: guiding principles for regulatory evaluation of environmental risks.
Rai S. Kookana;Alistair B. A. Boxall;Philip T. Reeves;Roman Ashauer.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2014)
Combined and interactive effects of global climate change and toxicants on populations and communities
S. Jannicke Moe;Karel De Schamphelaere;William H. Clements;Mary T. Sorensen.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (2013)
Effects of the insecticide dursban® 4E (active ingredient chlorpyrifos) in outdoor experimental ditches: II. Invertebrate community responses and recovery
Paul J. van den Brink;René P. A. Van Wijngaarden;Wil G. H. Lucassen;Theo C. M. Brock.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (1996)
Threshold levels for effects of insecticides in freshwater ecosystems: a review
René P A Van Wijngaarden;Theo C M Brock;Paul J Van den Brink.
Merging validation and evaluation of ecological models to ‘evaludation’: A review of terminology and a practical approach
Ecological Modelling (2014)
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