Posters

Posters to highlight work carried out by the PBMS have been presented at conferences and meetings. To open a pdf of a poster click on the link:

YearPoster title
2018PDF icon A synthesis of the interactions between anticoagulant rodenticides and wildlife
2018Can post mortem data be used to monitor population health in the barn owl?
2018Anticoagulant rodenticides in red kites (Milvus milvus) in Britain
2017The role of nutritional status on tissue contaminant concentrations
2017Mercury (Hg) concentrations in predatory bird livers and eggs as an indicator of changing environmental concentrations
2017Can autopsy measurements be used as health indices to provide early warning of population impacts?
2015To concentrate or to flux?
2015Monitoring the exposure of non-target predators to anticoagulant rodenticides - a new regulatory tool
2015

Mercury in golden eagle eggs – use of stable isotopes to distinguish dietary influences in long‐term monitoring studies

2014The use of stable isotopes to explain PCBs load in Golden Eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla), in the UK
2014Evidence of enhanced risk of SGAR exposure and risk to predators in Ireland
2014How important are avian trophic pathways for the secondary exposure of predators to second generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs)?
2014Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme in a Page
2014Can you help? The Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme urgently needs the bodies of predatory birds to help study the impact of pollutants on these species
2014Is shot and ammunition a significant lead exposure pathway in predatory birds in Britain?
2013Metal and metalloid concentrations in the livers of Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) from England and Wales

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