ECT is contributing to the SETAC Europe 27th Annual Meeting (Environmental quality through transdisciplinary collaboration), which is taking place in Brussels, Belgium, from May 7th to 11th, 2017:
Monday, May 8th, 2017
J. Brack, J. Römbke, A. Scheffczyk, S. Jänsch, E. Fries, D. Rückamp, E. Giese, J. Utermann, K. Oorts: Derivation of soil threshold concentrations for arsenic: evaluation of ecotoxicological data for several species in six German soils.
Platform session: Metals in the environment: fate, speciation and bioavailability in water, soil, and sediment (Copper Hall, 14:40)
D. Rückamp, K. Oorts, J. Brack, E. Fries, E. Giese, S. Jänsch, J. Utermann, J. Römbke: Derivation of soil threshold concentrations for arsenic, copper, and nickel: results of chemical extraction methods.
Poster session: Metals in the environment: fate, speciation and bioavailability in water, soil, and sediment (Exhibition Hall, MO070)
A.-M. Falkenhain, M. Scheurer, A. Coors: Calcium channel blockers and antihistamines: specific and non-specific toxicity in Daphnia magna.
Poster session: Hazard and risk assessment of human pharmaceuticals in the environment (Exhibition Hall, MO191)
M.A. Schwarz, S. Gartiser, T. Junker, K. Schneider: Regulatory assessment of environmental persistence: OECD biodegradability screening tests – need for improvements and possibilities for enhancements.
Poster session: Persistence & biodegradation assessment (Exhibition Hall, MO146)
A. Coors is co-chairing the session Hazard and risk assessment of human pharmaceuticals in the environment (Meeting Studio 314+316, 14:15–16:00)
Tuesday, May 9th, 2017
T. Junker, J. Römbke, D. Hennecke, M. Herrchen, R.-A. Düring, M. Wohde, S. Thiele-Bruhn, M. Meinerling, S. Fiebig, E. Topp, W. Völkel, S. Berkner, S. Konradi: Development and validation of a draft test protocol for studies on transformation of veterinary pharmaceuticals and biocides in manure.
Poster session: Environmental fate, effects, and risk assessment of veterinary medicines (Exhibition Hall, TU176)
J. Lahr, N. Adler, J. Bachmann, W.U. Blanckenhorn, R-A. Düring, K.D. Floate, J. Römbke, J-P. Lumaret, J. Jensen: Proposal for a ‘standard’ field study for the evaluation of the effects of parasiticides on dung and soil organisms.
Poster session: Environmental fate, effects, and risk assessment of veterinary medicines (Exhibition Hall, TU177)
J. Römbke: Interest Group: Dung Organism Toxicity Testing Standardization (DOTTS)
Poster session: Environmental fate, effects, and risk assessment of veterinary medicines (Exhibition Hall, TU181)
M. Simon, C. Schlechtriem, P. Egeler, M. Weil, J. Römbke, B. Karaoglan, A. Wiemann, W. Drost: PBT assessment of substances – proposal of a trigger value for bioaccumulation in terrestrial oligochaetes.
Poster session: Assessment of PBT and vPvB chemicals: requirements, challenges and policy implications (Exhibition Hall, TU232)
J. Römbke is co-chairing the session Insights and challenges concerning the bioavailability of organic chemicals and communication implementation in risk assessment (Meeting Studio 313+315, 08:30–12:45)
Wednesday, May 10th, 2017
F. Stibany, P. Mayer, S. Schmidt, K. Rettinger, J. Steber, A. Coors, C. Schulte, H. Hollert, A. Schaeffer: Analysis and ecotoxicological investigations of poorly soluble cosmetic compounds.
Platform session: Highly hydrophobic chemicals: reliable investigations on environmental fate and effects (The Arc, 8:35)
S. Jänsch, J. Römbke, A. Scheffczyk, R.M. Schmelz, U. Burkhardt, H. Haase, D.J. Russell, J. Salamon, A. Toschki: The Edaphobase nationwide field monitoring – a survey of Lumbricidae and Enchytraeidae assemblages in soil of different habitat types in Germany.
Platform session: Big data analysis of monitoring data: what questions can be addressed? (Meeting Studio 313 & 315, 14:20)
A. Toschki, U. Burkhardt, H. Höfer, S. Jänsch, J. Oellers, R. Ottermanns, J. Römbke, D. Russell, B. Scholz-Starke, M. Roß-Nickoll: The Edaphobase nationwide field monitoring – an approach to determine reference values for soil organism communities of different habitat types.
Poster session: Big data analysis of monitoring data: what questions can be addressed? (Exhibition Hall, WE052)
V. Rojo, J. Römbke, J. Vierna: Barcoding biodiversity in monitoring studies: the strengths and limitations of DNA-based methods.
Poster session: Big data analysis of monitoring data: what questions can be addressed? (Exhibition Hall, WE051)
P. Kotschik, J. P. Sousa, T. Natal-da-Luz, S. Chelinho, N. Capela, J. Römbke, D. Felsmann, S. Egerer, S. Pieper: Which are the key soil parameters driving the toxicity of chemicals to soil organisms?
Poster session: Advances in soil ecotoxicological risk assessment of chemical stressors (Exhibition Hall, WE124)
J. Römbke is co-chairing the session Big data analysis of monitoring data: what questions can be addressed? (Meeting Studio 313+315, 14:15-16.00)
Thursday, May 11th, 2017
P. Pandard, J. Römbke, R. Weltens: Ecotoxicological testing of waste materials: state of the art and future developments.
Poster spotlight, session: Development and validation of standardized methods and their use in regulatory frameworks (Meeting Studio 314 & 316, 09:55)
J. Ranke, A. Coors, P. Vollmar, C. Riedhammer: Comparative environmental risk assessment of biocides – a chance to get better products.
Platform session: Environmental risk assessment of biocides: regulatory requirements, challenges, and consequences (Meeting Studio 314 & 316, 11:25)
A. Coors is co-chairing the session Environmental risk assessment of biocides: regulatory requirements, challenges, and consequences (Meeting Studio 314+316, 11:00-12:45)
ECT is also presenting its work and activities at its own booth.
For further information on the 27th SETAC Europe Annual Meeting, please see https://brussels.setac.org.