May 20, 2013 by Peter Simpson
Graham, Dean, Adam, Beckyand I attended the SETAC Europe Conference in Glasgow last week. Whilst hard work, we always really enjoy catching up with our friends, colleagues and clients. If we didn’t get a chance to see you this time around we’ll see you in Basel!
As always, we actively participated in the scientific programme by chairing sessions and making plenary and poster presentations.
We’ve provided links to download our poster presentations (as pdfs) below.
- Leverett D. The Derivation of Water Quality Limit Values for Chemicals Derivation: An International Perspective.
- Marks B, Jungans M, Whitehouse P, von Arb S, Ceriani L, Johnson I.Variability in Environmental Quality Standards: what are the causes?
- Merrington G, Leverett D, Peters A, Simpson P. The Potential for Reducing the Uncertainty of Deterministic Environmental Quality Standards (EQS) by Increasing the Minimum Ecotoxicity Dataset.
- Mistry R, Simpson P, Holland M, Provins A, Stutt E, Capon F, Vander Straeten M.Socioeconomic analysis of the use of nickel sulphate in the manufacture of bathroom fixtures and fittings.
- Simpson P, Peters A, Brown B, Smith R, Merrington G, Greest V, Potter H.EQS approaches for waterbodies impacted by abandoned metal mines under the Water Framework Directive.
- Simpson P, Maycock D, Whitehead P, Gross M. Weight of evidence review to determine endocrine disrupting properties of active substances.
- Peters A, Merrington G, Schlekat C, Stauber J, van Dam R, Batley G, Smith R, Harford A, Chapman J, Warne M, Hickey C, Glazebrook P. Implementation of a bioavailability approach for nickel in Australian Surface Waters.
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