A B Boxall

Summary

Affiliation: Cranfield University
Country: UK

Publications

  1. ncbi The sorption and transport of a sulphonamide antibiotic in soil systems
    Alistair B A Boxall
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby DE72 2GN, UK
    Toxicol Lett 131:19-28. 2002
  2. ncbi Evaluation of a lower tier exposure assessment model for veterinary medicines
    Paul A Blackwell
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby, Derbyshire DE72 2GN, United Kingdom
    J Agric Food Chem 53:2192-201. 2005
  3. ncbi A global perspective on the use, sales, exposure pathways, occurrence, fate and effects of veterinary antibiotics (VAs) in the environment
    Ajit K Sarmah
    Landcare Research New Zealand Limited, Private Bag 3127, Hamilton, New Zealand
    Chemosphere 65:725-59. 2006
  4. ncbi The application of predictive models in the environmental risk assessment of ECONOR
    A B Boxall
    National Centre for Environmental Toxicology, Marlow, UK
    Chemosphere 40:775-81. 2000
  5. ncbi Prioritisation of veterinary medicines in the UK environment
    Alistair B A Boxall
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow, Derby, UK
    Toxicol Lett 142:207-18. 2003
  6. ncbi Are veterinary medicines causing environmental risks?
    Alistair B A Boxall
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, United Kingdom
    Environ Sci Technol 37:286A-294A. 2003
  7. ncbi Transport of veterinary antibiotics in overland flow following the application of slurry to arable land
    Paul Kay
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby DE72 2GN, UK
    Chemosphere 59:951-9. 2005
  8. ncbi The EU-project ERAPharm. Incentives for the further development of guidance documents?
    Thomas Knacker
    ECT Oekotoxikologie GmbH, Böttgerstr 2 14, D 65439 Flörsheim Main, Germany
    Environ Sci Pollut Res Int 12:62-5. 2005
  9. ncbi Column studies to investigate the fate of veterinary antibiotics in clay soils following slurry application to agricultural land
    Paul Kay
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby DE72 2GN, UK
    Chemosphere 60:497-507. 2005
  10. ncbi Prioritising veterinary medicines according to their potential indirect human exposure and toxicity profile
    Alexander C Capleton
    MRC Institute for Environment and Health, University of Leicester, 94 Regent Road, Leicester LE1 7DD, United Kingdom
    Toxicol Lett 163:213-23. 2006

Detail Information

Publications32

  1. ncbi The sorption and transport of a sulphonamide antibiotic in soil systems
    Alistair B A Boxall
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby DE72 2GN, UK
    Toxicol Lett 131:19-28. 2002
    ..The approaches may not, however, be appropriate for use on highly hydrophobic substances or for predicting groundwater concentrations...
  2. ncbi Evaluation of a lower tier exposure assessment model for veterinary medicines
    Paul A Blackwell
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby, Derbyshire DE72 2GN, United Kingdom
    J Agric Food Chem 53:2192-201. 2005
    ....
  3. ncbi A global perspective on the use, sales, exposure pathways, occurrence, fate and effects of veterinary antibiotics (VAs) in the environment
    Ajit K Sarmah
    Landcare Research New Zealand Limited, Private Bag 3127, Hamilton, New Zealand
    Chemosphere 65:725-59. 2006
    ..The final section highlights some unresolved questions and presents a way forward on issues requiring urgent attention...
  4. ncbi The application of predictive models in the environmental risk assessment of ECONOR
    A B Boxall
    National Centre for Environmental Toxicology, Marlow, UK
    Chemosphere 40:775-81. 2000
    ..Comparison of PECs with experimental and predicted ecotoxicity data for valnemulin indicated that that even under 'worst case' scenarios the environmental risk posed by valnemulin was low...
  5. ncbi Prioritisation of veterinary medicines in the UK environment
    Alistair B A Boxall
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow, Derby, UK
    Toxicol Lett 142:207-18. 2003
    ..For the remaining 45 substances, full datasets were not available and it is recommended that in the first instance, attempts are made to fill these data gaps...
  6. ncbi Are veterinary medicines causing environmental risks?
    Alistair B A Boxall
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, United Kingdom
    Environ Sci Technol 37:286A-294A. 2003
  7. ncbi Transport of veterinary antibiotics in overland flow following the application of slurry to arable land
    Paul Kay
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby DE72 2GN, UK
    Chemosphere 59:951-9. 2005
    ..Mass losses of the compounds were also greater from the tramline plot due to greater runoff generation. These did not exceed 0.42% for sulphachloropyridazine and 0.07% for oxytetracycline however...
  8. ncbi The EU-project ERAPharm. Incentives for the further development of guidance documents?
    Thomas Knacker
    ECT Oekotoxikologie GmbH, Böttgerstr 2 14, D 65439 Flörsheim Main, Germany
    Environ Sci Pollut Res Int 12:62-5. 2005
    ..ERAPharm has started on 1st October 2004; the project duration is three years...
  9. ncbi Column studies to investigate the fate of veterinary antibiotics in clay soils following slurry application to agricultural land
    Paul Kay
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby DE72 2GN, UK
    Chemosphere 60:497-507. 2005
    ..It was also shown that pre-tillage can substantially reduce the leaching of antibiotic residues through macroporous clay soils...
  10. ncbi Prioritising veterinary medicines according to their potential indirect human exposure and toxicity profile
    Alexander C Capleton
    MRC Institute for Environment and Health, University of Leicester, 94 Regent Road, Leicester LE1 7DD, United Kingdom
    Toxicol Lett 163:213-23. 2006
    ..However, there remain a number of data gaps that, if filled, would improve the accuracy of the resultant prioritisation...
  11. ncbi Uptake of veterinary medicines from soils into plants
    Alistair B A Boxall
    Central Science Laboratory, Sand Hutton, York YO41 1LZ, United Kingdom
    J Agric Food Chem 54:2288-97. 2006
    ..Although degradation products (produced in the soil or the plant) were not measured, it is possible for some substances that these could increase the risks to consumers...
  12. ncbi Prioritization of pesticide environmental transformation products in drinking water supplies
    Chris J Sinclair
    Central Science Laboratory, Sand Hutton, York YO41 1LZ, United Kingdom
    Environ Sci Technol 40:7283-9. 2006
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  13. ncbi The dissipation and transport of veterinary antibiotics in a sandy loam soil
    Paul A Blackwell
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby, Derbyshire DE72 2GN, UK
    Chemosphere 67:292-9. 2007
    ..These findings were consistent with the sorption and persistence characteristics of the compounds and support a number of broad-scale monitoring studies that have measured these antibiotic classes in the environment...
  14. ncbi A screening level index for assessing the impacts of veterinary medicines on dung flies
    Alistair B A Boxall
    Environment Department, University of York, Heslington, York, UK
    Environ Sci Technol 41:2630-5. 2007
    ..The approach is simple, nondata-intensive and has the potential to be a valuable tool for use in environmental risk assessment or management of new and existing veterinary parasiticides...
  15. ncbi New ecotoxicological model to simulate survival of aquatic invertebrates after exposure to fluctuating and sequential pulses of pesticides
    Roman Ashauer
    Environment Department, University of York, Heslington, York YO10 5DD, United Kingdom
    Environ Sci Technol 41:1480-6. 2007
    ..The Threshold Damage Model is particularly useful because its parameters can be used to calculate recovery times, toxicokinetics are separated from toxicodynamics, and parameter values reflect the mode of action...
  16. ncbi Engineered nanomaterials in soils and water: how do they behave and could they pose a risk to human health?
    Alistair B A Boxall
    University of York Central Science Laboratory, EcoChemistry Team, Sand Hutton, York, YO41 1LZ, UK
    Nanomedicine (Lond) 2:919-27. 2007
    ..This will require research in a range of areas, including detection and characterization, environmental fate and transport, ecotoxicology and toxicology...
  17. ncbi Pesticide residues on the external surfaces of field crop sprayers: occupational exposure
    Carmel T Ramwell
    Cranfield University, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby DE72 2GN, UK
    Ann Occup Hyg 49:345-50. 2005
    ..It may therefore be prudent to develop more efficient methods for the external decontamination of sprayers and/or raise awareness of the findings...
  18. ncbi A lysimeter experiment to investigate the leaching of veterinary antibiotics through a clay soil and comparison with field data
    Paul Kay
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby DE72 2GN, UK
    Environ Pollut 134:333-41. 2005
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  19. ncbi Higher-tier laboratory methods for assessing the aquatic toxicity of pesticides
    Alistair B A Boxall
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby DE72 2GN, UK
    Pest Manag Sci 58:637-48. 2002
    ..Recommendations are provided on how the approaches can be incorporated into the risk-assessment process...
  20. ncbi Pesticide degradation in a 'biobed' composting substrate
    Paul Fogg
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby, DE72 2GN, UK
    Pest Manag Sci 59:527-37. 2003
    ..Results from these experiments suggest that biobeds offer a viable means of treating pesticide waste...
  21. ncbi Degradation of pesticides in biobeds: the effect of concentration and pesticide mixtures
    Paul Fogg
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby, United Kingdom, DE72 2GN
    J Agric Food Chem 51:5344-9. 2003
    ..5 to 71.5 days in the presence of chlorothalonil. These studies suggest that biobeds appear capable of treating high concentrations of more than one pesticide...
  22. ncbi Assessing the ecotoxicity of pesticide transformation products
    Chris J Sinclair
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby, DE72 2GN, United Kingdom
    Environ Sci Technol 37:4617-25. 2003
    ..The assessments can be performed at an early stage in the risk assessment process to identify those substances that require further testing...
  23. ncbi Fate of veterinary antibiotics in a macroporous tile drained clay soil
    Paul Kay
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby DE72 2GN, United Kingdom
    Environ Toxicol Chem 23:1136-44. 2004
    ..Thus, when the soil was disced prior to slurry application, losses were reduced significantly. It is evident that processes governing pesticide fate also apply to veterinary antibiotics...
  24. ncbi Effect of different soil textures on leaching potential and degradation of pesticides in biobeds
    Paul Fogg
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby, United Kingdom DE72 2GN
    J Agric Food Chem 52:5643-52. 2004
    ..Studies therefore indicate that substrate will have little impact on biobed performance so it should be possible to use local soils in the construction process...
  25. ncbi Leaching of pesticides from biobeds: effect of biobed depth and water loading
    Paul Fogg
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Shardlow Hall, Shardlow, Derby DE72 2GN, United Kingdom
    J Agric Food Chem 52:6217-27. 2004
    ..This level of treatment can be improved by further reduction in the hydraulic loading...
  26. ncbi Fecal residues of veterinary parasiticides: nontarget effects in the pasture environment
    Kevin D Floate
    Lethbridge Research Center, Agriculture and Agri Food Canada, Lethbridge, Alberta T1J 4B1, Canada
    Annu Rev Entomol 50:153-79. 2005
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  27. ncbi When synthetic chemicals degrade in the environment
    Alistair B A Boxall
    Central Science Laboratory, University of York in England
    Environ Sci Technol 38:368A-375A. 2004
  28. doi Detection and characterization of engineered nanoparticles in food and the environment
    Karen Tiede
    Central Science Laboratory, Sand Hutton, York YO41 1LZ, UK
    Food Addit Contam Part A Chem Anal Control Expo Risk Assess 25:795-821. 2008
    ..Future work should focus on addressing these challenges...
  29. ncbi Evaluation of approaches for terrestrial hazard classification
    Fabrice G Renaud
    Cranfield Centre for EcoChemistry, Cranfield University, Silsoe, Bedfordshire MK45 4DT, UK
    Chemosphere 57:1697-706. 2004
    ..Such data may become available in the future as a result of initiatives such as REACH...
  30. ncbi Simulating toxicity of carbaryl to Gammarus pulex after sequential pulsed exposure
    Roman Ashauer
    Environment Department, University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD, United Kingdom
    Environ Sci Technol 41:5528-34. 2007
    ..We compare the parameters of the TDM for carbaryl, pentachlorophenol and chlorpyrifos and discuss implications for ecotoxicology and risk assessment...
  31. pmc The environmental side effects of medication
    Alistair B A Boxall
    EcoChemistry at the Central Science Laboratory, Sand Hutton, York, UK
    EMBO Rep 5:1110-6. 2004
  32. doi Runoff of pharmaceuticals and personal care products following application of biosolids to an agricultural field
    Edward Topp
    Agriculture and Agri Food Canada, London, Canada ON N5V 4T3
    Sci Total Environ 396:52-9. 2008
    ..Overall, this study showed that injection of biosolids slurry below the soil surface could effectively eliminate surface runoff of PPCPs...