SETAC Copenhagen: PBMS presents power analysis study

Lee Walker recently presented a study on how many samples we need to analyse each year to detect changes in chemical contamination in predatory birds. His platform presentation at SETAC Copenhagen investigated how the concentration distribution differs between contaminants and how this affects the number of samples we need to analyse each year in order to be able to detect changes in exposure.

The study was carried out as part of the Life APEX project, their latest newsletter can be downloaded from their website: A video of Lee’s presentation can be viewed here:

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