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Editor: G. A. Burton
Co-Editor: C. H. Ward

  • Print ISSN 0730-7268
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Editor: Richard J. Wenning

  • Print ISSN 1551-3777
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Attending theEditorial and Ed Board meetings in Vancouver? 

Are you planning on attending the ET&C and IEAM editorial meetings at the SETAC North America 35th Annual Meeting? If so, please respond to the poll or email the editorial offices with your reservation so we can have an accurate headcount. For more details about the 35th annual SETAC North America meeting please visit vancouver.setac.org. We look forward to seeing you there.

Featured Articles

From Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

Invasive crayfish as vectors of mercury in freshwater food webs of the Pacific Northwest
Branden L. Johnson, James J. Willacker, Collin A. Eagles-Smith, Christopher A. Pearl and Michael J. Adams

Invasive crawfish, mercury and risk to aquatic communities with a Pacific Northwest backdrop. Getting you geared up for some of the grat science that will be presented at SETAC North America in Vancouver next month.


From Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management

International scientists’ priorities for research on pharmaceuticals and personal care products in the environment
Murray A Rudd, Gerald T Ankley, Alistair BA Boxall and Bryan W Brooks

Pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) are widely discharged into the environment via diverse pathways. The effects of PPCPs in the environment have potentially important human and ecosystem health implications. In a recent exercise, participants identified important research questions around the risks of PPCP in the environment that would help address the most pressing knowledge gaps over the next decade. Rudd et al expanded on a survey originally posed to 45 experts at a SETAC workshop. The survey was broadened to a geographically diverse panel of researchers , and a further 170 questions were developed to better prioritize the needs to adequately address the risks of PPCPs in the environment. They highlight international scientists' research priorities and offer a great resource to help inform decisions about the type of hazard and risk-based research needed to best inform decisions regarding PPCPs in the environment.

 

 

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