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Electromagnetic Radiation: what are the impacts on wildlife (animals and plants)?

do you know of any assessment, report or study on the impact of EMR on invertebrates, vertebrates or plants?

Member: Estelle BALIAN

Date: 08.02.2017

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     Following EKLIPSE first call for requests closed on September, 30, 2016, the following request was selected as a potential foresight topic to identify research priorities: What are the impacts of (...)

Last edited: 23.03.2017 11:28 (GMT) - by Estelle BALIAN

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Member: Rola Masri

Date: 04.04.2017 20:03 (GMT)

BEES, BIRDS AND MANKIND - Destroying Nature by ‘Electrosmog’ by Ulrich Warnke
http://www.irishbeekeeping.ie/images/bee_health/ki_beesbirdsandmankind_print.pdf

Member: Estelle BALIAN

Date: 06.04.2017 12:50 (GMT)

Dear Rola
Thanks a lot for sharing.

Member: Lise Goudeseune

Date: 13.04.2017 14:09 (GMT)

An interesting source has been submitted by Matt Shardlow from Buglife.
It concerns a significant and growing source of electromagnetic radiation pollution with clear potential policy ramification (...)

Last edited: 13.04.2017 14:09 (GMT) - by Lise Goudeseune

Member: Reinhard Klenke

Date: 18.04.2017 09:02 (GMT)

Some studies related to this topic were made at University of Oldenburg:

2016: Hore P.J., Mouritsen H. (2016) "The radical pair mechansim of magnetoreception". Annual Review in Biophysics 45. (...)

Member: Estelle BALIAN

Date: 19.04.2017 10:19 (GMT)

Thanks a lot Reinhard, we will discuss further with the steering goup but right now the idea is to keep the focus on electromagnetic radiations and not include light pollution that has also been more (...)

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