NESP TWQ Round 3 - Project 3.1.5 - Ecotoxicology of pesticides on the Great Barrier Reef for guideline development and risk assessments

Over 50 land-sourced pesticides have been detected in waters of the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) and its catchments. Previous studies on the risks posed by pesticides have focused on five priority PSII herbicides. However, other pesticides are increasingly being used, for which there are few fate, persistence and toxicity data. In order to improve water quality guidelines and assessments of the potential risks posed by these “alternate” pesticides to GBR and its catchments we will quantify their toxicity to freshwater and marine species.

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Publication on
11 March 2020
PreviewThis dataset shows the effects of herbicides (detected in the Great Barrier Reef catchments) on the growth rates (from cell density data) and photosynthesis (effective quantum yield) on the green algae Desmodesmus asymmetricus
Publication on
11 March 2020
PreviewThis dataset shows the effects of herbicides (detected in the Great Barrier Reef catchments) on the growth rates (from cell density data) and photosynthesis (effective quantum yield) on the microalgae Chlorella sp.
Publication on
12 March 2020
PreviewThis dataset shows the effects of herbicides (detected in the Great Barrier Reef catchments) on the growth rates (from frond number and surface area) and photosynthesis (effective quantum yield) on the duckweed Lemna aequinoctialis during laboratory experiments co
Publication on
13 March 2020
PreviewThis dataset shows the effects of herbicides (detected in the Great Barrier Reef catchments) on the growth rates (from cell density data) and photosynthesis (effective quantum yield) on the microalgae Chaetoceros muelleri during laboratory experiments conducted from 201
Publication on
16 March 2020
PreviewThis dataset shows the effects of herbicides (detected in the Great Barrier Reef catchments) on the growth rates (from cell density data) and photosynthesis (effective quantum yield) on the microalgae Rhodomonas salina during laboratory experiments conducted from 2018-2019.