Service areas: EQS Derivation & Implementation,
Deriving site specific Quality Standards for metals
Field validation of the nickel EQS
Ecological Indicators for abandoned metal mines
Effects on iron on ecological communities
Simplifying the implementation of bioavailability-based water quality standards for metals
Soil Quality Standards for Trace Elements: Derivation, Implementation, and Interpretation
Adams WJ, Green AS, Ahlf W, Brown SS, Burton GA, Chadwick B, Crane M, Gouget R, Ho KT, Hogstrand C, Reynoldson TB, Ringwood AH, Savitz JD, Sibley PK. 2004.Using sediment assessment tools and a weight of evidence approach. In: Wenning RJ, Batley GE, Ingersoll CG, Moore DW (eds) Use of Sediment Quality Guidelines and Related Tools for the Assessment of Contaminated Sediments. SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL, 163-226.
Cole SC, Comber SDW, Crane M, Davis L-J, Hope S-J, Rule KL, Sweetman A. 2003.Development of Aquatic Quality Standards (QS) for Dioxins. Defra Contract 13332-0, London, UK.
Cole S, Whitehouse P, Harrison R, Holmes D, Zabel T, Johnson I, Crane M, Matthiessen P, Dubourg R. 2003. Derivation of Aquatic Quality Standards for Priority List Substances Not Covered by Existing UK Regulations. Defra Report 6251/1, London, UK.
Crane M. 2003. Proposed development of sediment environmental quality standards under the European Water Framework Directive: A critique. Toxicology Letters 142/3: 195-206. Reproduced in Advances in Pharmacology 52: 235-251.
Crane M, Babut M. 2007. Environmental Quality Standards for Water Framework Directive Priority Substances: Challenges and Opportunities. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 3:290-296.
Crane M, Kwok KWH, Wells C, Whitehouse P, Lui GCS. 2007. Use of field data to support European Water Framework Directive quality standards for dissolved metals. Environmental Science & Technology 41:5014-5021.
Crane M, Watts C, Daginnus K, Worth A. 2008. Possible application of non-testing methods in setting environmental quality standards (EQS). JRC Scientific and Technical Report EUR 23758 EN, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy.
Crane M, Whitehouse P, Comber S, Ellis J, Wilby R. 2005. Climate change influences on environmental and human health chemical standards. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 11:289-318.
Maycock D, Peters A. 2009 Derivation of a PNECbiota for pentabromodiphenyl ether. Environment Agency, Bristol, UK. (in press).
Maycock D, Peters A. 2009 Derivation of a PNECbiota for tributyl tin compounds (TBT-ion). Environment Agency, Bristol, UK. (in press).
Merrington G, Peters A, Simpson P, Crane M. 2008 Review of Effects Data for Implementable Environmental Quality Standards for Iron, Manganese, Arsenic and Silver. Science Report, Environment Agency, Bristol, UK. (in press).
Peters A, Merrington G, Crane M. 2008 Estimation of background reference concentrations for metals in freshwaters in the UK. Science Report, Environment Agency, Bristol, UK. (in press).
Peters A, Crane M. 2008 Hexachlorobenzene: Risk Evaluation Report. Euro Chlor, Brussels, Belgium. (in press)
Peters A, Merrington G. 2008 Using Biotic Ligand Models to help implement Environmental Quality Standards for metals under the Water Framework Directive. Science Report SC080021/SR7b, Environment Agency, Bristol, UK.
Peters A. and Crane M. 2008 Biota standards for chemicals: issues and possible solutions. Science Report, Environment Agency, Bristol, UK (in press)
Whitehouse P, Crane M, Grist EPM, O’Hagan A, Sorokin N. 2002. Derivation and Expression of Water Quality Standards: Opportunities and Constraints in Adopting Risk-Based EQS Setting. R&D Technical Report, Environment Agency, Bristol.