Lisa A Golding
Lisa Golding has a broad background in the assessment of contaminant effects on aquatic biota covering a range of contaminant types from pesticides to metals and nanoparticles and application of laboratory bioassays, in situ cage technology, mesocosms and DNA metabarcoding tools. More recent projects include ecological risk assessment of chemicals used in drilling and hydraulic fracturing activities in on-shore shale and tight gas exploration in Australia and monitoring of biological effects from produced waters discharged from off-shore oil and gas activities. Lisa has also been closely involved with the derivation of the Australian and New Zealand marine and freshwater quality guidelines and application of bioavailability-based models in guideline derivation.
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