November 14, 2022 by Iain Wilson
Both Adam and Graham are presenting and chairing sessions this Thursday (17th):
Using measured data of chemicals in environmental risk assessment: improving the understanding of uncertainties
- Is it necessary to evaluate the reliability and relevance of measured chemical data in the environment? G Merrington, L Nowell, C Peck.
- Criteria for Evaluating the Relevance of Environmental Exposure Datasets. A Peters, C Svendsen, S Lofts, M Beking, AJ Harford, M Hamer, D Wallace, L Oste, R Bohaty, T Backhaus, J Vuaille.
Deriving and Implementing Ecologically Relevant Water Quality Criteria and Guidelines
- Deriving Environmental Quality Standards for fipronil under the European Water Framework Directive for UK freshwaters. G Merrington, D Leverett, L Kennelly, A Peters, H Wilkinson.
- Evaluating the Benefits of Improved Implementation and Revision of the Environmental Quality Standard for Nickel under the Water Framework Directive. A Peters, E Middleton, G Merrington, C Schlekat.
Also, Graham is presenting in the session: New Tools and Wise Perspectives: Advancing Environmental Assessment and Management Through Reflection
- Assessing chemical risks under the European Water Framework Directive, a prosaic reality. G Merrington, D Leverett, A Peters.
Finally, Adam and Graham have also organised a meeting in the margins of SETAC on Wednesday evening on Implementing approaches to account for metal bioavailability in freshwaters: current status and future look, with speakers from IZA, NiPERA, the US EPA, CSIRO and BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy and Winward Consulting. We hope to produce a short discussion paper in IEAM on the outcomes of this.
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