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Large-area Effects of GM-Crop Cultivation
This book presents the results of the GMLS II conference on «Implications of GM-Crop Cultivation at Large Spatial Scales», held in Bremen in March 2010. The meeting was a platform to discuss ecological, agricultural and economic implications of genetically modified organisms (GMO) and to present new developments in risk assessment and monitoring. Approaches in co-existence regulations and nature protection standards are presented as well as legal challenges and resolutions on national and on EU-level. The book collects 30 contributions written by specialists in science, administration and jurisprudence from Europe as well as Africa, Central America, and Russia.

Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Group in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary Material
pp. i-xviii(18)
Authors: Breckling, Broder; Verhoeven, Richard

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Risk assessment and monitoring of GMO-effects
pp. 19-44(26)
Authors: Breckling, Broder; Verhoeven, Richard

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Dispersal and coexistence of GMO
pp. 45-70(26)
Authors: Breckling, Broder; Verhoeven, Richard

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Management and control of GM-crops at large spatial scales
pp. 71-98(28)
Authors: Breckling, Broder; Verhoeven, Richard

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Setting the frames: integrative interdisciplinary approaches
pp. 99-137(39)
Authors: Breckling, Broder; Verhoeven, Richard

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Free Content Supplementary Material
pp. 138-138(1)
Authors: Breckling, Broder; Verhoeven, Richard

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