(EmCon 2014), will be held August 19-22nd, in Iowa City, Iowa
DeBiasi, Deborah (DEQ)
Deborah.DeBiasi at deq.virginia.gov
Fri Jan 24 10:34:07 EST 2014
This conference, the Fourth International Conference on Emerging Contaminants in the Environment (EmCon 2014), will be held August 19-22nd, in Iowa City, Iowa. Details below:
On behalf of the organizing committee we cordially invite you to present and attend EmCon2014 being held at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa USA.
This meeting will bring scientists from across the globe together to discuss their latest research findings on the fast changing topic of emerging contaminants. A plenary session format will be used for the entire program (e.g. no concurrent sessions) in order to provide all speakers an undivided audience and the attendees the opportunity to see every presentation. World-class speakers are already in place for the opening reception to start off this exciting program. To maximize networking opportunities, multiple social events have been organized including the opening reception, poster session, and banquet at historic locals (see example picture) providing a unique atmosphere for this conference. Highly interactive poster sessions continue EmCon’s tradition of engaged discussions. Detailed information can be found at www.emcon2014.com<http://www.emcon2014.com>.
Abstracts submission: March 14, 2014 (www.emcon2014.com)
Abstract acceptance: May 1, 2014
Advanced registration: to May 15, 2014 (fees increase $100 after May 15)
Topical themes for EmCon2014 include:
Sources and exposure pathways
Treatment processes and technologies
Waste, wastewater recycling and reuse
Sampling, analytical and characterization methods
Fate and transport in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems
Aquatic and terrestrial effects
Risk assessment, risk management, regulations and policy frameworks
We invite you to submit an abstract and/or attend EmCon 2014 and look forward to your valuable contributions.
See you in Iowa City!
The EmCon2014 Scientific and Planning Committee:
Thomas Borch (Colorado State University) David Cwiertny (University of Iowa)
Edward Furlong (U.S. Geological Survey) Keri Hornbuckle (University of Iowa)
Dana Kolpin (U.S. Geological Survey) Rai Kookana (CSIRO)
Bjarne Strobel (University of Copenhagen)
Deborah L. DeBiasi
Email: Deborah.DeBiasi at deq.virginia.gov
WEB site address: www.deq.virginia.gov<http://www.deq.virginia.gov/>
Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
Office of Water Permits
Industrial Pretreatment/Whole Effluent Toxicity (WET) Program
PPCPs, EDCs, and Microconstituents
Mail: P.O. Box 1105, Richmond, VA 23218
Location: 629 E. Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219
PH: 804-698-4028 FAX: 804-698-4032
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