Meet ECT at the SETAC Europe 27th Annual Meeting
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.