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Presentations for the Final Workshop of the BREAM project are available

26 January 2010

The presentations for the Final Workshop of the BREAM (Bystander and Resident Exposure Assessment Model) project held at Robinson College in Cambridge on Thursday 7th January are now available.

Please click on the following links to view the presentations.

Please Click here: How will model be used

Please click here: BREAM - Exposure to pesticide vapours

Please click here: BREAM - Exposure to pesticide vapours

Please click here: Bream spray drift model - example results & conclusions

Please click here: BREAM - exposure to pesticide spray drift

Please click here: Vapour Dispersion

Please click here: The Development and Validation of a Bystander and Resident Exposure Assessment Model (BREAM)

Please click here: Modelling variability using emulators

Please click here: A New Approach to Bystander & Resident Exposure Assessment

The files in this directory/section are the PowerPoint presentations that were used at the Final Workshop of the BREAM (Bystander and Resident Exposure Assessment Model) project held at Robinson College in Cambridge on Thursday 7th January. The information is made available on this web site for personal use/interest only and MUST NOT be quoted in any form without the express permission of the authors. If you have any specific questions about the project work, then contact Paul Miller or Clare Butler Ellis at Silsoe Spray Applications Unit (Tel: 01525 862995 ext 100 (Paul or 104 Clare).