April 30, 2021 by Iain Wilson
wca are long standing partners of SETAC Europe. As in previous years, we have a major presence at the 31st Annual SETAC Europe Meeting (Virtual Conference). The meeting starts on 3rd May and runs through until the 6th, with the presentations available via the meeting hub from the 28th April. wca have a combination of the platform presentations and posters, and are involved in chairing two sessions; a full breakdown of wca’s involvement is detailed below.
wca will also have an exhibition booth at the Welcome Reception on Monday (17:20 – 18:50 CEST) (the booth may also be available at other times during the programme – please check the schedule). We look forward to discussing our work and our presentations with you then, or during the live discussion sessions
3.09 – Importance of Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability in Hazard Assessment, Risk Assessment and Regulation of Metals in Multi-Stressor Environmental Conditions. Adam Peters will be chairing this session with Raewyn Town (University of Antwerp), Stephen Lofts (CEH) and Chris Cooper (IZA), with the live discussion session from 13:15 – 14:15 CEST on 3rd May
4.14 Pharmaceuticals in the Environment – a Global Challenge. Dean Leverett will be chairing the session with Gerd Maack (German Environment Agency), Laura Carter (University of Leeds) and Brett Sallach (University of York), with the live discussion session on the 6th May from 16:20 – 17:20 CEST.
3.09.09 European-Wide Compliance Assessment With the Freshwater Bioavailability-Based Nickel Environmental Quality Standard. Iain Wilson, Adam Peters, Graham Merrington, Christian Schlekat, Emily Garman and Elizabeth Middleton
3.09.12 – Accounting for Bioavailability in the Derivation and Use of a Maximum Allowable Concentration Environmental Quality Standard for Nickel. Adam Peters, Graham Merrington, Iain Wilson, Charlotte Nys, Christian Schlekat, Emily Garman and Elizabeth Middleton
3.09.13 – Validation of Bioavailability Models Nickel for Algae, Invertebrates, and Fish in Chinese Surface Waters. Adam Peters, Graham Merrington, Jia He, Fengchang Wu, Christian Schlekat, Emily Garman and Elizabeth Middleton
3.09.16 – Sensitivity of Lymnaea stagnalis to Trace Metals. Adam Peters, Iain Wilson, Dean Leverett, Karel Viaene, Charlotte Nys, Mohammed Chowdhury, Christian Schlekat, Emily Garman, Elizabeth Middleton, Stijn Baken, Carrie Claytor, David Boyle, Paul Marsh, Christopher Cooper, Adam Ryan, Amiel Boullemant and William Stubblefield
4.02.06 – Source Apportionment for Metals in Wastewaters. Adam Peters, Iain Wilson, Graham Merrington, Sean Comber, Genevieve Deviller, Christian Schlekat, Emily Garman, Elizabeth Middleton, Stijn Baken, Carrie Claytor, Louise Assem, Christopher Cooper, Frank Van Assche, Adam Ryan, Sandra Carey, Jelle Mertens, France Capon, Eirik Nordheim and Amiel Boullemant
3.09.11 Assessing the Potential Freshwater Aquatic Risks of Nickel in European Freshwaters: Data Update. Iain Wilson, Adam Peters, Graham Merrington, Christian Schlekat, Elizabeth Middleton and Emily Garman
We are also co-authors on the following presentation:
3.09.08 Derivation and Validation of Bioavailability Models to Derive a Maximum Allowable Concentration Environmental Quality Standard for Nickel. Charlotte Nys, Adam Peters, Christian Schlekat, Emily Garman and Elizabeth Middleton
3.09.10 A Practical Comparison of Two Nickel BLMs. Elizabeth Middleton, Adam Peters, Robert Santore, Christian Schlekat and Emily Garman
We will also be providing daily blogs on our website/ Linkedin page throughout the meeting.
We look forward to a great meeting, and some fruitful virtual networking.