PROGRAMMING

Final program

Main sessions:

  • Aquatic Ecosystems and ecotoxicology
  • Sediments / Geomorphology/ geochemisyry
  • Infrastructure / Social Impacts
  • Terrestrial Ecosystems and ecotoxicology

Lists of posters and oral presentations: Click Here

Lectures

The meeting will have a technical-scientific program composed of three main activities:

  1. Platform Presentations

Important presentations of national and international interest, with the aim of enabling greater integration among the researchers involved in this area of knowledge. The central themes will provide participants with access to current methodologies and techniques for expanding their knowledge, state of the art and current trends in various areas of Ecotoxicology, as well as presenting the state of the art of international and regional policies directly related to the theme.

  1. Workshops

These sessions will be centered on discussions among the participants on topics of relevance for understanding the nature of the environmental impacts of and ecosystem recovery from the incident. Specific technical needs for the improvement of control strategies and environmental monitoring will be focused. The discussions will include the platform presenters, poster exhibitors, active researchers and professionals working in the academic, business, government and not-for-profit sectors.

  1. Technical-scientific abstract

Abstract submission is open to all professionals and undergraduate and graduate students participating in the event. It will allow the participants to present the results of their research, disseminating it among the participants the latest advances in understanding the incident. Presentations will be as Platforms (oral) or posters .  Platform presentations are expected to be accompanied by a manuscript submitted for peer review (see SUBMISSION).