Landscape Studies

The agricultural landscape is the scale at which pesticides are used, so this also provides increasingly critical context for assessing risks to the environment and implementing management decisions. There are inherent challenges in scaling knowledge from laboratory or field-scale experiments to the landscape scale. Abstracts relevant to the landscape scale are invited, including those that consider:

  • Environmental fate at landscape levels
  • Modelling approaches including integration of spatial and temporal variability
  • Risk characterisation and integration of ecological processes at landscape scale
  • Links between environmental monitoring, risk characterisation and risk management






25 Tang Ting Modelling herbicide loss on urban hard surfaces
61 Kupfersberger Hans A concept to model the fate of pesticides and the resulting groundwater concentrations at the aquifer scale
62 Dyson Jeremy An Advanced Screening Model of Pesticide Leaching: Theory and Evaluation
63 van de Veen Jan Renger Analysis of wash-off impact on the spatio-temporal soil loading of foliar applied agrochemicals in Europe
64 Eklo Ole Martin Assessing effects of agricultural activities on pesticide contents in an alluvial aquifer in south-eastern Norway by an integrated approach
65 Wipfler Louise Flow velocity estimation for a ditch as part of the dutch scenario for fruit orchards
66 Negley Timothy Gis approach to simplify conduct of national and continental scale leaching vulnerability assessments.
67 Joris Ingeborg Identifying priority zones in an agricultural catchment to mitigate glyphosate runoff
68 Hoogeweg Gerco Implications of Data Set Selection on pan-European Modelling of Pesticides
69 Gönczi Mikaela Macro-db: a risk assessment tool for management of pesticide use in water protection areas in sweden
70 van Griensven Ann Modelling and monioring of the Endocrine Disrupting Activity of Atrazine in the river Zenne
71 Grijalvo Diego Isabel Modelling pesticide contamination in two small agricultural catchments using swat.
72 Pullan Stephanie Modelling pesticide transport from land to drinking water resources in five UK case study catchments.
73 Holterman Henk Jan Modelling the exposure of water bodies to spray drift for fruit growing in the netherlands
74 Goerlitz Gerhard Multiyear FOCUS Surface Water Modelling: Options and Proposals for Realisation
75 Bolekhan Anastasiia Multiyear FOCUS surface water modelling: Problematics of the “typical” FOCUS year for drainage scenarios
76 Dyson Jeremy Pesticide Runoff from Cropped Fields and Vegetative Buffers: Modelling and Mitigation Strategies
77 Klein Michael Spatial distribution of groundwater concentrations in germany calculated with pelmo
78 Moeys Julien Testing a regional scale pesticide fate model against monitoring data: necessity or endless quest?
79 Beltman Wim Toxswa calculates metabolite formation in upstream catchment of focus stream