Karel Viaene
Karel Viaene
Senior Project Scientist, ARCHE Consulting
Email verificata su arche-consulting.be
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Toxicity data for modeling impacts of oil components in an Arctic ecosystem
GH Olsen, C Klok, AJ Hendriks, P Geraudie, L De Hoop, F De Laender, ...
Marine environmental research 90, 9-17, 2013
312013
Species interactions and chemical stress: Combined effects of intraspecific and interspecific interactions and pyrene on Daphnia magna population dynamics
KPJ Viaene, F De Laender, A Rico, PJ Van den Brink, A Di Guardo, ...
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34 (8), 1751-1759, 2015
242015
Modelling bioaccumulation of oil constituents in aquatic species
L De Hoop, MAJ Huijbregts, AM Schipper, K Veltman, F De Laender, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 76 (1-2), 178-186, 2013
152013
Evaluating the contribution of ingested oil droplets to the bioaccumulation of oil components—A modeling approach
KPJ Viaene, CR Janssen, L de Hoop, AJ Hendriks, F De Laender
Science of The Total Environment 499, 99-106, 2014
142014
Using additive modelling to quantify the effect of chemicals on phytoplankton diversity and biomass
KPJ Viaene, F De Laender, PJ Van den Brink, CR Janssen
Science of the Total Environment 449, 71-80, 2013
82013
Time‐varying effects of aromatic oil constituents on the survival of aquatic species: Deviations between model estimates and observations
L De Hoop, KPJ Viaene, AM Schipper, MAJ Huijbregts, F De Laender, ...
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 36 (1), 128-136, 2017
32017
The Use of Mechanistic Population Models in Metal Risk Assessment: Combined Effects of Copper and Food Source on Lymnaea stagnalis Populations
K Vlaeminck, KPJ Viaene, P Van Sprang, S Baken, ...
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 38 (5), 1104-1119, 2019
12019
Improving ecological realism in the risk assessment of chemicals: development of an integrated model
K Viaene
Ghent University, 2016
12016
The Unexpected Absence of Nickel Effects on a Daphnia Population at 3 Temperatures is Correctly Predicted by a Dynamic Energy Budget Individual‐Based Model
CMS Pereira, K Vlaeminck, K Viaene, KAC De Schamphelaere
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 38 (7), 1423-1433, 2019
2019
Mixture toxicity with the dynamic energy budget (DEB) theory and individual-based models (IBM): effects of Cu and Zn on Daphnia magna populations
K Vlaeminck, K Viaene, P Van Sprang, K De Schamphelaere
SETAC Europe 29th Annual meeting (SETAC Europe 2019), 2019
2019
Mechanistic models to predict pesticide stress on Daphnia magna populations–an intermediate tier tool for ecological risk assessment
K Vlaeminck, K Viaene, P Van Sprang, K De Schamphelaere
14th International IUPAC Congress on Crop Protection, 2019
2019
The use of population models for copper (Cu) risk assessment: improving ecological relevance: partim Acipenser transmontanus
K Vlaeminck, K Viaene, P Van Sprang, K De Schamphelaere
Ghent University. Faculty of Bioscience Engineering. Department of Animal …, 2018
2018
Using the DEBkiss IBM framework to predict chemical effects on two interacting zooplankton species
KPJ Viaene, A Focks, JM Baveco, C Janssen, PJ van den Brink, ...
2015
Parameterisation of tktd models to predict the survival of five aquatic species exposed to chlorptrifos, pyrene and carbendazim
A Focks, KPJ Viaene, F De Laender, PJ Van den Brink
2014
Oil spills: never mind the droplets
KPJ Viaene, CR Janssen, L de Hoop, J Hendriks, F De Laender
VLIZ Special Publication 63, 2013
2013
THE UNEXPECTED ABSENCE OF NICKEL EFFECTS ON A DAPHNIA POPULATION AT THREE TEMPERATURES IS CORRECTLY PREDICTED BY A DYNAMIC ENERGY BUDGET INDIVIDUAL-BASED MODEL (DEB-IBM)
CMS Pereira, K Vlaeminck, K Viaene, KAC De Schamphelaere
Long-term changes in the Barents Sea: Modeling the effects of fisheries, organic pollutants, climate and ecological interactions on Gadus morhua
K Viaene
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