Environmental stressors

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SETAC Europe 33rd Annual Meeting

[ 30 April - 4 May 2023 - Dublin, Ireland (+ Online) ]
Environmental stressors Past
Data-driven environmental decision-making The SETAC Europe 33rd Annual Meeting, which will be held from 30 April – 4 May 2023 in Dublin, Ireland and explore the theme "data-driven environmental decision-making." The SETAC Europe 33rd Annual Meeting will be organised as a fully-fledged physical meeting in Dublin,…
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SETAC North America 44th Annual Meeting

[ 12–16 November 2023 - Louisville, Kentucky, USA (and online) ]
Environmental radioactivity Environmental stressors Upcoming
Topics 1 | Environmental Toxicology and Stress Response 2 | Aquatic Toxicology, Ecology and Stress Response 3 | Wildlife Toxicology, Ecology and Stress Response 4 | Chemistry and Exposure Assessment 5 | Environmental Risk Assessment 6 | Engineering, Remediation and Restoration 7 | Policy, Management and…
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2nd Conference of SERA

[ 17-21 November 2014 - Nouméa, New Caledonia ]
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Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia (SERA) meetings aim to provide an essential international forum for scientists and practitioners who look to restoration as a means to conserve the planet's dwindling biodiversity and failing ecosystems. These meetings provide a critical…
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SETAC Europe 24th Annual Meeting

[ 11-15 May 2014 - Basel, Switzerland ]
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SETAC Europe 24th Annual Meeting will be held in Basel, Switzerland, from 11-15 May 2014. This major international conference will focus on the most recent advances in environmental sciences and will provide a platform for how to implement this knowledge to improve environmental risk assessment and shape policies – from…
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Workshop on non-lethal methods for measuring contaminant burdens in wildlife

[ 12-13 September 2012 - Jesus College, Cambridge, UK ]
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Background Conventional approaches to determining contaminant burdens in animals use lethal sampling and analysis methods.  Given the ethical considerations associated with conventional sampling methods and the fact that many species are protected, there is growing international interest in the use of non-lethal methods.  …
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Environmental Health 2011 - Resetting our Priorities

[ 6-9 February 2011, Salvador, Brazil ]
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Environmental Health 2011 - Resetting Our Priorities is organised and sponsored by Elsevier and the journals Environmental Research and Science of the Total Environment . http://www.environmentalhealthconference.com The deadline for submission of abstracts is September 17, 2010 . Selected papers from the oral and…
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