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CB01064: Review and development of environment and health indicators
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2005, Cost £39,586
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   NETCEN
Field of Study:   Chemicals and Nanotechnology
Theme:   Chemicals in the Environment (CB01)
Keywords:  
Chemicals, Environmental monitoring, Environmental Protection, Health, Health Effects, Pollution, Public Health
 
 
FT0902: Evaluate the Health Potential of Fruit & Vegetable Snack Products (EFH 11)
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2001 To 2005, Cost £163,342
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Marketing Innovation Ltd, British Nutrition Foundation, University - Manchester Metropolitan, Smiths Flour Mills, Richard Whittaker Ltd, University - Nottingham, James B Brown (M/C) Ltd, Chat Moss Herbs, Snack Factory Ltd, The, Cerestar UK Ltd, Orchard House Foods Ltd
Field of Study:   Resource Efficient and Resilient Food Chain
Theme:   Eating, Food and Health LINK Programme
Keywords:  
Food and Drink, Food Ingredients, Food manufacturing industry, Fruit, Health Effects, Healthy Eating, Nutrition, Vegetables
 
 
PS2005: The development and validation of a Bystander and Residential Exposure Assessment Model (BREAM)
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2006 To 2010, Cost £758,176
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Silsoe Spray Application Unit
Field of Study:   Pesticide Safety
Theme:   Pesticide Application Technology
Keywords:  
Chemicals, Countryside, Decision Support Tools, Environment and Health, Environmental monitoring, Hazardous substances, Health, Health Effects, Human Activities, Methodologies/forecasting tools - data collection, Modelling, Modelling/Projections, Monitoring and evaluation, Pesticide use, Policy Development, Public Health, Toxic Substances
 
 
PS2015: Additional field spray drift data for the buffer zone review
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2007 To 2008, Cost £26,309
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Pesticide Safety
Theme:   Pesticide Application Technology
Keywords:  
Environment and Health, Environmental monitoring, Environmental Protection, Health Effects, Modelling/Projections, Monitoring and evaluation, Pesticide use, Pesticides, Arable Farming, Public Health, Risk assessment and management, Rural Issues
 
 
PS2023: Development of air sampling methodology in support of determining risk of bystander and resident exposure to pesticides
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2009 To 2010, Cost £97,513
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   The Food & Environment Research Agency
Field of Study:   Pesticide Safety
Theme:   Pesticide Application Technology
Keywords:  
Agricultural Land, Crops, Decision Support Tools, Environmental Effects, Environmental monitoring, Environmental Protection, Air Quality, Air quality monitoring, Health Effects, Analysis, Analytical Chemistry, Method Development, Application, Pesticides
 
 
PS2024: Options for the development of a model for evaluation of bystander & resident exposures to pesticides used in orchard, hops & bush fruit applications
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2010 To 2011, Cost £44,597
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   East Malling Ltd, The Arable Group
Field of Study:   Pesticide Safety
Theme:   Pesticide Application Technology
Keywords:  
Chemicals, Agriculture, Crops, Environment, Environmental Protection, Health Effects, Hops, Modelling, Application, Pesticides, Pollution
 
 
PS2028: Bystander and resident exposure modelling for plant protection products - BROWSE
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2011 To 2014, Cost £98,169
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   The Arable Group
Field of Study:   Pesticide Safety
Theme:   Pesticide Application Technology
Keywords:  
Chemicals, Countryside, Decision Support Tools, Environmental Effects, Environmental Impacts, Environmental monitoring, Health Effects, Human Activities, Modelling, Pest and Weed Control, Pesticide use, Pesticides, Plants and Animals, Policy Development
 
 
PS2346: Development of a practical phase-specific reproductive risk assessment for birds and mammals
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2008 To 2009, Cost £68,898
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Pesticide Safety
Theme:   Non-target Risk Assessment
Keywords:  
Birds, Decision Support, Distribution, Environmental Impacts, Environmental Protection, Health Effects, Mammals, Nature conservation, Pesticide use, Risk assessment and management, Wildlife conservation, Biodiversity
 
 
PS2347: Accounting for scale of use in bird and mammal risk assessments
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2008 To 2010, Cost £90,697
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Pesticide Safety
Theme:   Non-target Risk Assessment
Keywords:  
Birds, Decision Support, Distribution, Environmental Impacts, Environmental Protection, Habitat conservation, Health Effects, Mammals, Nature conservation, Pesticide use, Risk assessment and management, Biodiversity
 
 
PS2604: Biological Monitoring of Pesticide Exposures
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2004 To 2006, Cost £74,339
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Institute of Occupational Medicine
Field of Study:   Pesticide Safety
Theme:   Human Risk Assessment
Keywords:  
Crops, Farming, Health Effects, Operator Safety, Pesticide use, Pesticides, Arable Farming, Public Health, Sustainable Production, Biological Effects
 
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