Resources

This method statement provides guidance on the use of the metal bioavailability assessment tool (M-BAT) for practitioners involved in monitoring, assessment and classification using the new EQSbioavailable that have been developed for a number of  metals under the  Water

Publication Date: 
28-July-2014
Advisory Group: 
UKTAG

Setting appropriate environmental standards for metals is particularly challenging because the proportion of metal in the water environment that is bound up in forms that do not pose a risk of toxic effects on water animals and plants varies.

Publication Date: 
01-September-2013
Advisory Group: 
UKTAG

A Manganese Bioavailability Tool has been developed that simplifies the integrated Biotic Ligand Model but runs in MS Excel.  It requires data input for site-specific dissolved organic carbon, pH and calcium.

Publication Date: 
01-May-2012
Advisory Group: 
UKTAG

A Copper Bioavailability Tool has been developed that simplifies the integrated Biotic Ligand Model but runs in MS Excel.

Publication Date: 
01-May-2012
Advisory Group: 
UKTAG