• Aquatic toxicology;
  • Concentration–response modeling;
  • Dose–response modeling;
  • Ecotoxicology;
  • Environmental carcinogenesis;
  • Environmental health;
  • Environmental statistics;
  • Environmental carcinogenesis;
  • Environmetrics;
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration;
  • NOEC;
  • NOEL;
  • Potency estimation;
  • Quantitative;
  • risk assessment;
  • Response inhibition;
  • Risk analysis;
  • Stochastic modeling;
  • Trend test

Summary. As appreciation for human impact on the environment has developed, so have the experimental systems and associated statistical tools that quantify this impact. Toxicological study in particular has grown in its complexity and its need for advanced statistical support. Within this perspective, we describe statistical practice in environmental toxicology and risk assessment. We present two case studies, one from mammalian toxicology and one from aquatic toxicology, that highlight the evolution of statistical practice in environmental toxicology.