Through its sponsorship of Roskilde University’s Population Workshop, RIFM announced the paper, “Integrating population modeling into ecological risk assessment,” written by Valerie E. Forbes and collaborators—including RIFM vice president of environmental science Daniel T. Salvito—in the journal Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (IEAM) is one of the journal’s five most downloaded articles, according to publisher Wiley Blackwell and SETAC. The article appeared in the January 2010 edition, volume 6, in the Learned Discourses section. It is available for download here.
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