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  • SETAC Europe

    19th

    Annual Meeting

    31 May - 4 June 2009, Göteborg, Sweden

    SCIENTIFIC

    PROGRAMME

    DAY BY DAY

  • Monday Morning I Platform Sessions, 1 June 2009 ROOM K1 ROOM K2 ROOM K3 ROOM H1

    SE

    SS

    ION

    RA14A

    STANDARD METHODS FOR HAZARD AND RISK

    ASSESSMENTS AND MONITORING OF

    ECOSYSTEM HEALTH

    RP SCROGGINS, RG DAVE

    ET14A

    PESTICIDE ECOTOXICOLOGY AND

    ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

    M VIGHI, A GINEBREDA

    ET12

    NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN OMICS, INCLUDING

    EPIGENETICS

    J LEGLER, NM VAN STRAALEN

    CH08

    THE GLOBAL CYCLE OF ORGANIC

    MICROPOLLUTANTS

    R GIOIA, KAPG POZO

    8:3

    0

    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

    8:3

    5

    RA14A-1 10 Years of terrestrial ecological risk assessment: An evaluation. MHAB Wagelmans et al. (Bioclear, GRONINGEN, The Netherlands)

    ET14A-1 Comparing functional and structural endpoints of an aquatic community exposed to herbicides. K Knauer (Federal office of agriculture, BERN, Switzerland)

    ET12-1 A metabolomics approach to assessing time and concentration response relationships in synchronized algal populations. M Schmitt-

    Jansen et al.(Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    CH08-1 Atmospheric residence times and 'grasshoping' over the tropical, subtropical and polar oceans. J Dachs

    et al.

    (IDAEA-CSIC, BARCELONA, Spain)

    8:5

    5

    RA14A-2 Applicability of OECD ecotoxicology and fate test guidelines for regulatory testing of nanomaterials. H Ahtiainen et al. (Finnish Environment Institute, HELSINKI, Finland)

    ET14A-2 Are aquatic mesocosms representative of edge-of field water bodies in the UK? - An initial analysis. SA Taylor et al. (Cambridge environmental Assessments, CAMBRIDGE, UK)

    ET12-2 Gene expression profiles combined with life history assessment of naïve and selected Daphnia magna populations exposed to pollution and parasites. MD Jansen

    et

    al.(KULeuven, LEUVEN, Belgium)

    CH08-2 Spatial variabilities and seasonality of persistent organic pollutants in the global atmosphere: First two years of data from the GAPS Network. SC Lee

    et al.

    (Environment Canada, TORONTO, Canada)

    9:1

    5

    RA14A-3 Biotest standards for genotoxicity assessments of water samples - State of affairs and future needs. GL Reifferscheid (German Federal Institute of Hydrology, KOBLENZ, Germany)

    ET14A-3 Validation and implementation of PRIMET and PERPEST pesticide risk models in a semi-arid subtropical region. W Malherbe et al. (University of Johannesburg, JOHANNES-BURG, South Africa)

    ET12-3 Gene expression studies reveal that interacting mechanisms of toxicity may cause non-additive responses of Daphnia magna to a pesticide mixture. CJ Hill et al. (University of Reading, READING, UK)

    CH08-3 Evidence of a global scale decrease in the back-ground air concentration of dioxins and furans. L Nizzetto et al. (Lancaster Environment Centre, LANCASTER, UK)

    9:3

    5

    RA14A-4 Update on the U.S. EPA's series 850 ecological effects test guidelines. JP Staveley

    et al. (ARCADIS

    U.S., Inc., DURHAM, NC, USA)

    ET14A-4 How the management of the watershed upstream of the fish ponds can affect the safety of the fish produced? A Lazartigues

    et al. (Nancy-

    Université, INRA, VANDŒUVRE- LÈS-NANCY, France)

    ET12-4 Epigenetics: an emerging field in environmental toxicology. J Legler (VU University Amsterdam, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    CH08-4 Global distribution of airborne polyfluorinated compounds in the marine atmosphere of the Atlantic and Southern Ocean. A Dreyer

    et al. (GKSS Research

    Center, GEESTHACHT, Germany)

    9:5

    5

    RA14A-5 The importance of method standardization and quality assurance in the application of biological test data. RP Scroggins et al. (Biological Methods Section, OTTAWA, Canada)

    ET14A-5 Chronic toxicity of lindane in a full life-cycle test with non-biting midges (Chironomus riparius Meigen). L Weltje et al. (BASF SE, LIMBURGER-HOF, Germany)

    ET12-5 DNA methylation and transgenerational effects of exposure in Daphnia magna. MB Vandegehuchte

    et al. (Ghent University (UGent), GENT, Belgium)

    CH08-5 Uptake and processing of POPs by boreal forest systems: Do they keep everything they receive? C Moeckel

    et al.

    (Lancaster University, LANCASTER, UK)

    BREAK 10:15 - 10:45

  • Monday Morning I Platform Sessions, 1 June 2009 ROOM G2 ROOM G3 ROOM G4 ROOM F1

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    SS

    ION

    CH01A

    ADSORPTION, SPECIATION AND

    BIOAVAILABILITY OF METALS

    KAC DE SCHAMPHELAERE, E SMOLDERS, A COBELO-GARCIA

    CH05A

    NEW DIRECTIONS IN FATE AND EXPOSURE MODELING OF

    ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS

    M MACLEOD, T GOUIN, I COUSINS

    LC02A

    LIFE CYCLE IMPACT ASSESSMENT:

    METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES, INCLUDING

    BIODIVERSITY AND WATER USE

    J PAYET, M HAUSSCHILD

    CH04A

    EMERGING CONTAMINANTS: IDENTIFICATION

    STRATEGIES AND OCCURENCE

    P HAGLUND, K LANGFORD

    8:3

    0

    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

    8:3

    5

    CH01A-1 Foliar conta-mination of Lactuca Sativa by fallout from a lead-recycling plant. GU Uzu

    et

    al. (ECOLAB, CASTANET TOLOSAN CEDEX, France)

    CH05A-1 The state of environmental contaminant fate modeling. M MacLeod

    et al. (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), ZURICH, Switzerland)

    LC02A-1 Life cycle human toxicity assessment of pesticides: Comparing fruit and vegetable diets in Switzerland and the United States. R Juraske et al. (ETH,

    ZÜRICH, Switzerland)

    CH04A-1 Identification of androgen disrupting compounds in effect directed analysed river sediment with an LTQ-Orbitrap. M Weiss et al.

    (Institute for Environmental Studies, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    8:5

    5

    CH01A-2 Impact of three ecologically contrasting earthworms on Arsenic bioavailability. TP Sizmur & ME Hodson (University of Reading, READING, UK)

    CH05A-2 Estimation of physical properties and chemical reactivity para-meters of organic com-pounds for environmental modeling by SPARC. H Hilal & A Carreira (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ATHENS, USA)

    LC02A-2 Comparative ecotoxicological impact of radioactive substances in freshwaters. O Jolliet

    et al.

    (University of Michigan, ANN ARBOR, USA)

    CH04A-2 HPLC/APCI-FTICR-MS as a tool for the identification of mutagenic polar compounds in fractionated sediment extracts. SA Bataineh

    et al.

    (UFZ-Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    9:1

    5

    CH01A-3 Bioaccumulation of dissolved metals in zebra mussels: influence of water composition. A Bourgeault et al. (Cemagref, ANTONY, France)

    CH05A-3 Finding activity feasible: a multimedia model for ionizable compounds. Test results for 2,4-D and aniline. A Franco & S Trapp (Technical Universty of Denmark, Dept. of Environmental Engineering, KONGENS LYNGBY, Denmark)

    LC02A-3 Biodiversity damage assessment in LIME2 -damage assessment focusing on extinction species. N Itsubo & R Ii (Musashi Institute of Technology, YOKOHAMA, Japan)

    CH04A-3 Temporal variation and chemical identification of glucocorticogenic compounds in various waters in the Netherlands. M Schriks

    et al.

    (NIEUWEGEIN, The Netherlands)

    9:3

    5

    CH01A-4 Enhanced or decreased lead uptake by the blue mussel Mytilus sp. following lead complexation by different types of dissolved organic matter in seawater. P Sanchez-Marin (University of Vigo, VIGO, Spain)

    CH05A-4 A dynamic model of POP exchange through the air - vegetation - litter - soil compartments. A Di Guardo

    et al. (University of Insubria, COMO, Italy)

    LC02A-4 Monetary weighting methods for LCA. G Finnveden & S Ahlroth (KTH (Royal Institute of Technology), STOCKHOLM, Sweden)

    CH04A-4 Risk assessment of potential emerging pollutants in the Danube River Basin. PC Von der Ohe

    et al. (UFZ - Helmholtz

    Centre for Environmental Research, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    9:5

    5

    CH01A-5 Experimental tracing of Cd contamination pathways in oysters (Crassostrea gigas) by stable isotope spikes. E Strady et al. (Université de Bordeaux, TALENCE, France)

    CH05A-5 Bayesian updating of model predictions with field data: A case study on global DDT predictions. U Schenker

    et al. (ETH Zurich,

    ZURICH, Switzerland)

    LC02A-PS Poster spotlight:

    Life Cycle Impact Assess-ment: Methodological advances, including biodiversity and water use

    MO 228, M0 229, MO 236, MO 241

    CH04A-5 A fate and effects assessment of selected alkanolamines in the marine environment. AM Booth et al.

    (SINTEF

    Materials and Chemistry, TRONDHEIM, Norway)

    BREAK 10:15 - 10:45

  • Monday Morning II Platform Sessions, 1 June 2009 ROOM K1 ROOM K2 ROOM K3 ROOM H1

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    RA14B

    STANDARD METHODS FOR HAZARD AND RISK

    ASSESSMENTS AND MONITORING OF

    ECOSYSTEM HEALTH

    RP SCROGGINS, RG DAVE

    ET14B

    PESTICIDE ECOTOXICOLOGY AND

    ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

    M VIGHI, A GINEBREDA

    ET02

    APPLICATION OF OMICS TECHNOLOGIES TO

    IDENTIFYING CRITICAL PATHWAYS OR

    BIOMARKERS OF TOXICITY THAT IMPACT

    RISK

    S CRISTOBAL, X-X PENG

    RA09

    MIXTURE TOXICITY IN ENVIRONMENTAL RISK

    ASSESSMENT AND REGULATORY DECISION

    MAKING- RELEVANCE AND STATE-OF-THE-ART

    K KNAUER, T FRISCHE

    10:4

    5

    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

    10:5

    0

    RA14B-1 Development of a new OECD copepod development and reproduction test guideline. CM Breitholtz et al. (Stockholm University, STOCKHOLM, Sweden)

    ET14B-1 Water toxicity and pesticides loads in water and seafood in the Ebro river delta during rice cultivation. MA Köck

    et al.

    (CSIC, BARCELONA, Spain)

    ET02-1 Of fish and chips: predictive and discovery toxicogenomics using zebrafish. SH Lam (National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE, Singapore)

    RA09-1 Predicting daphnid survival after in situ exposure to complex mixtures. J Baas

    et al. (Vrije

    Universiteit, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    11:1

    0

    RA14B-2 Compilation of control performance data for laboratories conducting whole-sediment toxicity tests with the amphipod Hyalella azteca and the midge Chironomus dilutus. G Ingersoll

    et al. (USGS,

    COLUMBIA, USA)

    ET14B-2 Determining ecological risk of systemic insecticides in trees when standard toxicity testing won't work. P Kreutzweiser

    et al. (Canadian Forest Service, SAULT STE MARIE, Canada)

    ET02-2 Proteomic analysis of exposure to human pharmaceuticals. S Cristobal

    et al. (Stockholm University, STOCKHOLM, Sweden)

    RA09-2 Getting in touch with the real world: applying Concentration Addition for predicting and assessing the joint toxicity of pharmaceutical mixtures in STP effluents. T Backhaus & M Karlsson (University of Göteborg, GÖTEBORG, Sweden)

    11:3

    0

    RA14B-3 Hazard classification of solid wastes by using tests with soil organisms: An example of the successful application of ISO methods to a new area. J Roembke

    &

    H Moser (ECT Oekotoxikologie GmbH, FLOERSHEIM, Germany)

    ET14B-3 Chlorpyrifos, a widely used OP-insecticide: A multiple field study program assessing the risk to wild birds. C Wolf

    et al.

    (Rifcon GmbH, LEICH-LINGEN, Germany)

    ET02-3 PH-dependant outer membrane proteome in Escherichia coli. X-X Peng et al. (GUANGZHOU, UNIVERSITY CITY, China)

    RA09-3 Risk of mixture toxicity in Dutch surface waters. ACM De Nijs et al. (RIVM, BILTHOVEN, The Netherlands)

    11:5

    0

    RA14B-4 Evaluation of three biological long-term / sublethal test methods with alga, crustacean and fish used for environmental risk assessment of 14 Swedish pulp industry effluents. U Bengtsson

    et al. (Stockholm

    University, STOCKHOLM, Sweden)

    ET14B-4 Effect of aging on the aeroavailability of organochlorine pesticides from soils. FW Wong & TF Bidleman (Centre for Atmospheric Research Experiments, EGBERT, ONTARIO, Canada)

    ET02-4 Comprehensive proteome profile of the zebrafish (Danio rerio) gill: applications to physio-logical and biomarker discovery studies. G Goss

    et al. (University of Alberta, EDMONTON, Canada)

    RA09-4 Evaluating the eco-logical benefits of removing groups of dangerous substances from sewage effluent using species sensitivity distributions: proof-of-concept study with estrogenic substances. OV Martin et al. (Imperial College London, LONDON, UK)

    12:1

    0

    RA14B-5 Estimating the approximate toxicity of substances to many species to improve community level risk assessment. D Nugegoda

    et

    al. (RMIT University, BUNDOORA, Australia)

    ET14B-5 Comparison of concentrations and stereoisomer ratios of mecoprop,dichlorprop and metolachlor in Ontario surface waters: 2003-2004 vs 2006-2007. PB Kurt-Karakus

    et al. (Environment

    Canada, EGBERT, ON, Canada)

    ET02-5 Identification of Escherichia coli outer membrane proteins in response to environmental chloramphenicol H Li

    et al.

    (GUANGZHOU, China)

    RA09-5 Mixture toxicity of pesticides - Tank mixtures and combination products in the regulatory context of the environmental risk assessment. A Coors

    et al.

    (ECT Oekotoxikologie GmbH, FLOERSHEIM/MAIN, Germany)

    LUNCH & POSTERS 12:30 - 14:00

  • Monday Morning II Platform Sessions, 1 June 2009 ROOM G2 ROOM G3 ROOM G4 ROOM F1

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    ION

    CH01B

    ADSORPTION, SPECIATION AND

    BIOAVAILABILITY OF METALS

    KAC DE SCHAMPHELAERE, E SMOLDERS, A COBELO-GARCIA

    CH05B

    NEW DIRECTIONS IN FATE AND EXPOSURE MODELING OF

    ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS

    M MACLEOD, T GOUIN, I COUSINS

    LC02B

    LIFE CYCLE IMPACT ASSESSMENT:

    METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES, INCLUDING

    BIODIVERSITY AND WATER USE

    A KOEHLER, E AOUSTIN

    CH04B

    EMERGING CONTAMINANTS: IDENTIFICATION

    STRATEGIES AND OCCURENCE

    P HAGLUND, K LANGFORD

    10:4

    5

    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

    10:5

    0

    CH01B-1 The effects of chronic dietary nickel exposure on growth and reproduction of Daphnia magna. R Evens et al. (Ghent University, GHENT, Belgium)

    CH05B-1 A bioaccumulation model for herbicides in Ulva rigida and Tapes philippinarum in Sacca di Goro lagoon (Northern Adriatic). R Carafa

    et al.

    (URS, BARCELONA, Spain)

    LC02B-1 Development of damage assessment model for infectious diseases arising from domestic water consumption. M Motoshita

    et

    al. (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, TSUKUBA, Japan)

    CH04B-1 Illicit drugs as emerging contaminants: occurrence, behaviour and fate in waste and surface water. S Castiglioni et al. (Mario Negri Institute, MILAN, Italy)

    11:1

    0

    CH01B-2 PGE in aquatic systems: Occurrence, bioavailability and effects on aquatic animals. DN Haus et al. (University of Duisburg-Essen, ESSEN, Germany)

    CH05B-2 Biotransformation rate, not partitioning properties, should be the first tier for assessing bioaccumulation potential. MS McLachlan

    et al.

    (Stockholm University, STOCKHOLM, Sweden)

    LC02B-2 Operational characterisation method and factors for a new midpoint impact category: Freshwater deprivation for human uses. JB Bayart

    et al.

    (CIRAIG, MONTREAL, Canada)

    CH04B-2 Occurrence of benzotriazoles in river water close to Frankfurt International Airport. EF Fries & AK Kiss (University of Osnabrück, OSNABRÜCK, Germany)

    11:3

    0

    CH01B-3 Impact on brown trout (Salmo trutta) by trace element species in streams draining shooting ranges. S Heier

    et al. (Norwegian

    University of Life Sciences, AAS, Norway)

    CH05B-3 Improving the potential health impact assessment of priority multi-compound emissions by including multimedia source to exposure modeling. G Soucy

    et al.

    (CIRAIG - École Polytech-nique Montréal, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, Canada)

    LC02B-3 Regionalised blue and red virtual water footprint of crops for use in life cycle assessment. S Pfister et al. (ETH Zurich, ZURICH, Switzerland)

    CH04B-3 Semi-polar poly-cyclic aromatic compounds at contaminated sites. SE Lundstedt

    et al. (Umeå

    University, UMEÅ, Sweden)

    11:5

    0

    CH01B-4 Nickel partitioning in spiked sediments for toxicity testing. WG Brumbaugh et al. (US Geological Survey, COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, USA)

    CH05B-4 Multimedia modelling to assess the risks of amending soils. A Passuello et al.

    (TARRAGONA, Spain)

    LC02B-4 Characterization factors for groundwater extraction based on plant species occurrence in the Netherlands. R Van Zelm

    et

    al. (Radboud University, NIJMEGEN, The Netherlands)

    CH04B-4 Point and non-point sources of UV filters - are they everywhere? K Zenker & M Burkhardt (University of Applied Sciences North-western Switzerland, School of Life Sciences, MUTTENZ, Switzerland)

    12:1

    0

    CH01B-5 Cadmium specia-tion and bioavailability to periphyton in natural waters. L Sigg et al. (Eawag, DUEBENDORF, Switzerland)

    CH05B-5 Contamination and lung cancer risk of atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in China. S Tao

    et al. (Peking

    University, BEIJING, China)

    LC02B-5 Regionalised assessment of fresh water use in the Swiss Ecological Scarcity Method 2006. R Frischknecht

    et al. (ESU-

    services Ltd., USTER, Switzerland)

    CH04B-5 Occurrence of phytoestrogens in Swiss surface waters. CC Hoerger

    et al. (Agroscope Reckenholz-Taenikon, ZURICH, Switzerland)

    LUNCH & POSTERS 12:30 - 14:00

  • Monday Afternoon Platform Sessions, 1 June 2009 ROOM K1 ROOM K2 ROOM K3 ROOM H1

    SE

    SS

    ION

    CH10

    TRANSFORMATION PRODUCTS OF ORGANIC CHEMICALS -ANALYSIS,

    FATE, AND RISK ASSESSMENT

    K FENNER, TE MCKONE

    RA05

    GUIDANCE DOCUMENTS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF PLANT PROTECTION

    PRODUCTS: NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND

    PROGRESS

    R LUTTIK, C FÜLL

    ET03

    ASSESSING THE ECOLOGICAL

    RELEVANCE OF OMICS AND BIOMARKERS

    T Galloway, LMC GUILHERMINO, M ERIKSSON

    ET08

    EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL

    POLLUTANTS IN BIRDS; FIELD STUDIES AND

    EXPERIMENTAL MODELS

    B BRUNSTRÖM, M ENGWALL

    14:0

    0

    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

    14:0

    5

    CH10-1 Biodegradation of iodinated X-ray contrast media: Identification and characterization of transformation products and microbial pathways. JL Kormos et al. (Federal Institute of Hydrology, KOBLENZ, Germany)

    RA05-1 Scientific opinion of the Panel on Plant protection products and their Residues (PPR) on the science behind the guidance document on risk assessment for birds and mammals. R Luttik & C Füll (RIVM, BILTHOVEN, The Netherlands)

    ET03-1 Ecological relevance of oxidative stress biomarkers in Enchytraeus albidus (Oligochaeta): effects of zinc and cadmium. SC Novais

    et al.

    (CESAM & University of Aveiro, AVEIRO, Portugal)

    ET08-1 Deca-BDE, HBCD and TBBPA levels and effects on thyroid hormones and vitamins A and E homeostasis in precocial and altricial birds. TM Ciesielski

    et al.

    (TRONDHEIM, Norway)

    14:2

    5

    CH10-2 A screening approach to study occurrence and persistence of pesticide transformation products in field soils M Krauss

    et al. (Eawag,

    DUEBENDORF, Switzerland)

    RA05-2 Development of a Guidance Document on emissions of plant protection products from protected crop systems. SK Bopp & M Egsmose (EFSA - European Food Safety Authority, PARMA, Italy)

    ET03-2 Validating a novel soil quality assay: assessing the normal operating range of the Folsomia candida transcriptome. TE De Boer

    et al. (VU University Amsterdam, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    ET08-2 Decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-209) in embry-onic birds: toxicity, parti-tioning and biotransfor-mation using the chicken (Gallus gallus) as a model. D Sifleet

    et al. (Virginia

    Institute of Marine Science, GLOUCESTER POINT, VA, USA)

    14:4

    5

    CH10-3 Input dynamics of pesticide transformation products in surface water S Kern

    et al. (Eawag, Swiss

    Federal Institute for Aquatic Science and Technology, DÜBENDORF, Switzerland)

    RA05-3 Guidance from the SETAC Europe workshop: 'Semi-field methods for the environmental risk assessment of pesticides in soil (PERAS)'. M Roß-Nickoll

    et al. (RWTH Aachen University, AACHEN, Germany)

    ET03-3 Integrated monitoring programmes using Mytilus spp: Impact of transport on biomarkers. TP Bean et al. (Cefas Weymouth Laboratory, WEYMOUTH, UK)

    ET08-3 Developmental toxicity of PFOS and PFOA in chicken, herring gull and great cormorant. C Nordén

    et al. (Örebro University, ÖREBRO, Sweden)

    15:0

    5

    CH10-4 Simultaneous determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and their oxidized metabolites/ derivatives (OPAHs) in soil. BAM Bandowe &W Wilcke (Faculty Chemistry, Pharmacy & Geo-science, MAINZ, Germany)

    RA05-4 Developing guidance documents for summarising and evaluating higher tier studies. FMW De Jong (RIVM, BILTHOVEN, The Netherlands)

    ET03-4 The importance of sperm toxicity to our understanding of how environmental contaminants affect the reproductive ecology of marine invertebrates. N Lewis

    et al. (University of

    Exeter, EXETER, UK)

    ET08-4 Impact of chlorinated dioxins and furans on Japanese quail, ring-necked pheasant, and chicken: Insights from in ovo studies. B Wiseman et al. (University of Saskatchewan, SASKATOON, Canada)

    15:2

    5

    CH10-5 The Role of internal transformation for tracking cumulative human exposures to pervasive pollutants based on urinary biomarkers. TE McKone et al. (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, BERKELEY, CA, USA)

    RA05-5 Aquatic macrophyte risk assessment for plant protection products in Europe - the AMRAP workshop. L Maltby et al.

    (The University of Sheffield, SHEFFIELD, UK)

    ET03-5 An integrated study to the effects of temperature acclimation in zebrafish. L Vergauwen et al. (Universiteit Antwerpen, ANTWERPEN, Belgium)

    ET08-5 Impact of contaminants in birds subsequent to early developmental exposure: a recent example of effects on the brain from field exposure to DDT. JE Elliott & AN Iwaniuk (Environment Canada, DELTA, Canada)

    BREAK 15:45 - 16:15

    16:1

    5

    KEYNOTE SPEAKER

    POSTER SESSION & SOCIAL 17:00 - 18:30

  • Monday Afternoon Platform Sessions, 1 June 2009 ROOM G2 ROOM G3 ROOM G4 ROOM F1

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    SS

    ION

    CH01C

    ADSORPTION, SPECIATION AND

    BIOAVAILABILITY OF METALS

    KAC DE SCHAMPHELAERE, E SMOLDERS, A COBELO-GARCIA

    ET09

    HISTOPATHOLOGY IN ECOTOXICOLOGY

    G MAACK, B WATERMANN

    LC06

    REGIONALISATION IN LCA – MANAGING GLOBAL

    LIFE CYCLE AND REGIONAL NEEDS

    R VAN ZELM, R ROSENBAUM

    ET13

    OCCURRENCE, FATE AND EFFECTS OF

    PERFLUORINATED ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

    P DE VOOGT, B VAN BAVEL

    14:0

    0

    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

    14:0

    5

    CH01C-1 Lability of mineral and organic complexes of uranium evaluated by DGT: consequences for the use of DGT as a predictor of their bioavailability. A Pelfrêne et al. (Institute for Radioprotection and Nuclear Safety, SAINT PAUL-LEZ-DURANCE CEDEX, France)

    ET09-1 Report from SETAC, ESTP and CEFIC ‘Expert Workshop on Fish Gonad Histopathology'. JR Wheeler

    et al. (Syngenta, BRACK-NELL, BERKSHIRE, UK)

    LC06-1 Challenges of implementation of regionalization and parameterization in Life Cycle Assessment. CL Mutel et al. (ETH Zurich, ZURICH, Switzerland)

    ET13-1 Environmental fate and effects of poly-fluorinated compounds from fire fighting foams used on Norwegian oil platforms - AF3-SEA. DH Herzke

    et al. (Norwegian

    Institute for Air Research, TROMSO, Norway)

    14:2

    5

    CH01C-2 Influence of hydrophilic organic matter on copper and mercury speciation and bio-availability in urbanized river. G Varrault

    et al.

    (University Paris-Est, CRÉTEIL, France)

    ET09-2 Histopathological alterations in the thyroid system of zebrafish (Danio rerio) after exposure to propylthiouracil (PTU) and perchlorate (PER) - a comparison. F Schmidt & T Braunbeck (University of Heidelberg, Institute of Zoology, HEIDELBERG, Germany)

    LC06-2 The use of a global multi-regional input-output framework for organizing regional LCI data: Experiences from the EXIOPOL project. TR Hawkins (Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), TRONDHEIM, Norway)

    ET13-2 Temporal trends of polyfluoroalkyl compounds in harbor seals (Phoca vitulina) from the German Bight. L Ahrens et al. (GKSS Research Centre Geesthacht, GEESTHACHT, Germany)

    14:4

    5

    CH01C-3 Zn and Cu complexation with DOM in wastewater treatment plant effluent. GG Tushara Chaminda

    et al. (The

    University of Tokyo, TOKYO, Japan)

    ET09-3 Histopathology in digestive gland of mussels from Galicia and Biscay Bay after the Prestige oil spill (2003-2006). L Garmendia

    et al. (University of

    the Basque Country, BILBAO, Spain)

    LC06-3 Relevance of regionalisation and temporal variability of human health potential impacts in LCIA. RM Manneh et al. (CIRAIG, MONTREAL, Canada)

    ET13-3 Perfluorinated surfactants in the Baltic Sea common guillemot - exposure, tissue distribution and maternal transfer. K Holmström & U Berger (Stockholm University, STOCKHOLM, Sweden)

    15:0

    5

    CH01C-4 Microporous titanosilicates a tool for environmental remediation - the study case of mercury (II). CB Lopes et al. (University of Aveiro, AVEIRO, Portugal)

    ET09-4 The freshwater snail Lymnaea stagnalis as a species model in environmental toxicity studies. K Weber (Harlan Laboratories Ltd, ITINGEN, Switzerland)

    LC06-4 Regionalisation of ecosystem sensitivity for acidification: From the local to the global scale. PO Roy

    et al. (École Polytechnique, MONTRÉAL, Canada)

    ET13-4 Competitive binding of poly- and perfluorinated compounds to the thyroid hormone transport protein transthyretin. T Hamers

    et al.

    (Institute for Environmental Studies, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    15:2

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    CH01C-5 Effect of pH and time on the release of vanadium from LD-slag. L Sartz

    et al. (Bergskraft,

    KOPPARBERG, Sweden)

    ET09-PS Poster spotlight:

    Histopathological effects as a bioindicator for environmental stress

    MO 259, MO 260, MO 261

    LC06-5 Regional findings for LCIA and LCI in the mining sector in South America. SV Valdivia

    et al. (UNEP

    DTIE, PARIS, France)

    ET13-5 Effects of PFOS and PFOA in a human stem-cell based assay. M Popovic

    & F

    Pomati (University of New South Wales, SYDNEY, Australia)

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    KEYNOTE SPEAKER

    POSTER SESSION & SOCIAL 17:00 - 18:30

  • Monday, 1 June 2009

    Keynote speaker (Room K2)

    16:15 - 17:00 Tom Hutchinson (Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK)

    Our seas, our health, our wealth - the human wildlife connection

    Poster display (Poster and exhibition area – Hall H-G)

    08:00 - 08:30 Poster setup

    10:15 - 10:45 Morning coffee break: attend poster

    12:30 - 14:00 Lunch & poster session: attend poster

    15:45 - 16:15 Afternoon coffee break: attend poster

    17:00 - 18:30 Poster session & social: attend poster

    18:30 - 19:00 Poster take-down

    Poster corner discussions (Poster area – Hall G)

    17:15 - 17:45 PC1 - Addressing the unique properties of engineered nanoparticles - from environmental measurements to dose metrics (MOPC1-1 to MOPC1-6)

    Discussion led by D Drobne, EM Heithmar

    17:50 - 18:20 PC2 - Regionalisation developments in LCIA (MOPC2-2 to MOPC2-8)

    Discussion led by R Rosenbaum, R Van Zelm

  • Monday, 1 June 2009

    EMERCHEM special session

    14:00 - 16:30 (Room J)

    Developing countries are faced with several notable problems with respect to chemicals management. To ensure a better understanding of these challenges, SETAC organized three international meetings in 2008 on Emerging Issues in Chemicals Management in Developing Countries (EMERCHEM) to identify emerging, high-priority, science-based issues related to chemical contaminants, chemicals management, and chemical safety. The meetings were held during the SETAC Annual Meetings in Warsaw, Sydney, and Tampa and their outcome is summarized in the SETAC EMERCHEM White Paper, that is available for download at http://goteborg.setac.eu/embed/downloads/SETAC_EMERCHEM_White_Paper.pdf. This paper defines the domain of the EMERCHEM special session.

    This session is open to everyone interested in the emerging chemical issues of greatest concern in developing countries and will be a great opportunity to have an open dialogue with others who share your passion for using Science to help institute best practices in chemical management in all countries regardless of economic status.

    Programme

    Chairs: Bart Koelmans (Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands) & Yogi Naik (National University of Science & Technology, Ascot Bulawayo, Zimbabwe)

    14:00 - 14:20 Bart Koelmans (Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands): Emerging Chemical Issues in Developing Countries: Background and Introduction

    14:20 - 14:40 Henk Bouwman (North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa): Alternatives to DDT for malaria control: Might there be health consequences?

    14:40 - 15:00 Ralph Heath (Golder Associates Africa Pty (Ltd), Halfway House, South Africa): Acid mine drainage from coal mines threatening the aquatic ecology of South African rivers

    15:00 - 15:20 Discussion

    15:20 - 15:40 Yogeshkumar (Yogi) Naik (National University of Science & Technology, Ascot Bulawayo, Zimbabwe): Emerging chemical issues of relevance to African countries

    15:40 - 16:00 Paul van den Brink (Alterra and Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands) Patterns, socio-economic issues and effects of pesticide use in Asia, South-Africa and South-America

    16:00 - 16:30 Discussion, wrap up and closure

    http://goteborg.setac.eu/embed/downloads/SETAC_EMERCHEM_White_Paper.pdf

  • Tuesday Morning I Platform Sessions, 2 June 2009 ROOM K1 ROOM K2 ROOM K3 ROOM H1

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    RA10A

    REACH: STATE OF THE ART AND THE NEED FOR

    NEW DEVELOPMENTS

    JV TARAZONA, M NEUMANN

    ET04A

    CHEMICAL MIXTURES, SEQUENTIAL AND TIME-VARYING EXPOSURES

    NC CEDERGREEN, T BACKHAUS, C SVENDSEN

    CH06A

    PARTITIONING PROCESSES AND

    BIOAVAILABILITY OF ORGANIC CHEMICALS

    KT SEMPLE, T SCHULZE, M KRAUSS

    RA03A

    ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: A NEW APPROACH IN ECOLOGICAL RISK

    ASSESSMENT

    MHAB WAGELMANS, J VAN WENSEM, L MALTBY

    8:3

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    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

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    RA10A-1 24 different ways to estimate the HC05 of triclosan. PF Chapman et al. (Unilever, BEDFORD, UK)

    ET04A-1 Making sense of sub-lethal mixture effects. T Jager

    et al. (Vrije Universiteit

    Amsterdam, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    CH06A-1 Influence of bioavailability on stable isotope fractionation. Y Wick et al. (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    RA03A-1 Ecosystem services: a new approach in ecological risk assessment. J Van Wensem (TCB, DEN HAAG, The Netherlands)

    8:5

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    RA10A-2 The five QSAR models for REACH developed within CAESAR. E Emilio

    et al. (Istituto Mario

    Negri, MILANO, Italy)

    ET04A-2 Interactions in pharmaceutical mixtures - a challenge for predictive mixture ecotoxicology? SE Brosché & T Backhaus (Göteborg University, GÖTEBORG, Sweden)

    CH06A-2 Studies on partition-ing processes by character-ization of molecular inter-actions between halogenated phenols and organic matter using advanced spectro-scopic techniques (XAFS and ATR-FTIR). M Bergknut

    et al.

    (Swedish Univ. of Agricultural Sciences, SLU, UMEÅ, Sweden)

    RA03A-2 Ecosystem services, old wine in new bottles? MNE Nelemans (Directorate-General for Environmental Protection, DEN HAAG, The Netherlands)

    9:1

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    RA10A-3 Screening criteria for substance-specific waiving of bioaccumulation studies in PBT assessment. M Nendza (AL-Luhnstedt, LUHNSTEDT, Germany)

    ET04A-3 Method for assessing interactions of full and partial agonists: Application to AhR ligands. TF Webster et al. (Boston University School of Public Health, BOSTON, MA, USA)

    CH06A-3 Explaining POP bioavailability patterns in sediments using multiple domain sorption models. AA Koelmans

    et al.

    (Wageningen-IMARES, DEN HELDER, The Netherlands)

    RA03A-3 Key elements and challenges of USEPA's developing ecological services research program. RO Linthurst

    et al. (USEPA,

    RALEIGH, NC, USA)

    9:3

    5

    RA10A-4 Collation and comparison of existing marine biodegradation data and its use in environ-mental risk assessment: Do the default half-lives for degradation need to be refined? MS Holt

    et al.

    (BREDGAR, UK)

    ET04A-4 Relation between metal adsorption and eco-toxicity of aged synthetic ester lubricants after tribological application. J Bressling et al. (Institute of Hygiene and Environmental Medicine, AACHEN, Germany)

    CH06A-4 Effect-directed analysis of sediments - How to consider bio-availability. W Brack et al. (UFZ Centre for Environ-mental Research, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    RA03A-4 RISKIPEDIA - a knowledge base for river basin management. M Hein

    et al. (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research -UFZ, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    9:5

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    RA10A-5 Possibilities to identify substances of very high concern (SVHC). A Biegel & M Neumann (Federal Environment Agency, Germany, DESSAU-ROßLAU, Germany)

    ET04A-5 Effects of mixtures of Cu/Zn and Cd/Zn on Eisenia veneta in different soils. S Sdepanian

    et al.

    (NERC Centre for Ecology and Hydrology / Lancaster University, LANCASTER, UK)

    CH06A-5 Effects of bio-availability in an in vitro metabolism assay. J-H Kwon

    et al. (Ajou University,

    SUWON, South-Korea)

    RA03A-PS Poster spotlight:

    Ecological restoration under the EU environmental liability directive

    TU 189, TU 190, TU 191

    BREAK 10:15 - 10:45

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    RA11A

    RISK ASSESSMENT OF METALS

    A PETERS, LU VANGHELUWE, KM DELBEKE

    NM01

    ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION AND

    DOSE METRICS OF ENGINEERED

    NANOPARTICLES

    D DROBNE, EM HEITHMAR

    LC01

    ADVANCES IN LIFE CYCLE INVENTORY MODELING

    A ZAMAGNI, A DE BEAUFORT

    RA12A

    SEDIMENT QUALITY ASSESSMENT AND

    MANAGEMENT

    R WENNING, JR VIGURI, G DURELL

    8:3

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    RA11A-1 Risk assessment of humans indirectly exposed to nickel via the environ-ment. K De Brouwere

    et al.

    (VITO, MOL, Belgium)

    NM01-1 Development of sen-sitive method to quantify fullerene C60 in water with HPLC LTQ FT Orbitrap mass spectrometry and application to environmen-tal samples. AP Van Wezel et al. (KWR Water Cycle Re-search Institute, NIEUWE-GEIN, The Netherlands)

    LC01-1 Advanced neural network models for the prediction of chemical production properties. G Wernet et al. (ETH Zurich, ZURICH, Switzerland)

    RA12A-1 Optimal decision-making for contaminated sediments. S Bridges

    et al.

    (USA ERDC, VICKSBURG, MS, USA)

    8:5

    5

    RA11A-2 Mechanisms controlling the release of arsenic from synthesized scorodite in the human gastrointestinal tract: An in vitro approach. D Laird

    et al.

    (University of Saskatchewan, SASKATOON, Canada)

    NM01-2 First determination of C60 and C70 fullerenes and N-methylfulleropyrro-lidine C60 in wastewater effluents by liquid chroma-tography hydride quadru-pole linear ion trap tandem mass spectrometry. M Farré

    et al.(IADEA-CSIC, BARCELONA, Spain)

    LC01-2 Enhancing LCA interpretation with an algorithm preserving total disaggregation. G Bourgault et al. (CIRAIG, MONTRÉAL, Canada)

    RA12A-2 Contaminated sediments, transported in river basins - assessing the risk to management objectives. S Heise

    et al.

    (University of Applied Sciences, HAMBURG, Germany)

    9:1

    5

    RA11A-3 Accuracy of the BARGE test to estimate As bioavailability in conta-minated soils. JC Caboche

    et al. (INERIS, VERNEUIL-EN-HALLATE, France)

    NM01-3 Novel sensors for the identification and quantitation of engineered nanomaterials in environ-mental matrices. A Sadik

    et

    al. (State University of New York-Binghamton, BING-HAMTON, USA)

    LC01-3 Methods and procedures to make the uncertainty analysis of Life Cycle Inventory Modelling practical: a case study on laundry detergents. A De Koning

    et al.

    (Universiteit Leiden, LEIDEN, The Netherlands)

    RA12A-3 Quantitative environmental risk assessment as a basis for decision making: A demonstration case for offshore drilling discharges. H Rye (SINTEF, TRONDHEIM, Norway)

    9:3

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    RA11A-4 Modelling and measurement of cadmium exposure and pathology in human volunteers living in proximity to a smelter source. DJ Spurgeon

    et al.

    (Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, WALLINGFORD, UK)

    NM01-4 In situ characterization of metal and metal oxide nano-materials in biological samples. JM Unrine et al. (University of Kentucky, LEXINGTON, USA)

    LC01-4 Towards a global multi-regional environ-mentally extended input-output database. A Tukker

    et

    al. (TNO, DELFT, The Netherlands)

    RA12A-4 Conceptual and software assisted weight of evidence approach for sediment quality assessment. F Regoli

    et al.

    (Università Politecnica delle Marche, ANCONA, Italy)

    9:5

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    RA11A-5 Geo-referenced exposure modelling of copper in two river basins with GREAT-ER. N Hüffmeyer et al. (Institute of Environmental Systems Research, OSNABRÜCK, Germany)

    NM01-5 Detection and characterization of engineered nanoparticles in the environment using Field-Flow Fractionation coupled to ICP-MS in single nanoparticle detection mode. M Hassellöv et al. (University of Göteborg, GÖTEBORG, Sweden)

    LC01-PS Poster spotlight:

    Scientific developments for an increased reliability and applicability of LCA

    TU 222, TU 224, TU 225

    RA12A-5 Development of a methodology for prioritisation of areas for sediment management based on multicriteria analysis, and application to the Bay of Santander, Spain. M Alvarez-Guerra

    et

    al. (University of Cantabria, SANTANDER, Spain)

    BREAK 10:15 - 10:45

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    RA10B

    REACH: STATE OF THE ART AND THE NEED FOR

    NEW DEVELOPMENTS

    JV TARAZONA, M NEUMANN

    ET04B

    CHEMICAL MIXTURES, SEQUENTIAL AND TIME-VARYING EXPOSURES

    NC CEDERGREEN, T BACKHAUS, C SVENDSEN

    CH06B

    PARTITIONING PROCESSES AND

    BIOAVAILABILITY OF ORGANIC CHEMICALS

    KT SEMPLE, T SCHULZE, M KRAUSS

    RA03B

    ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: A NEW APPROACH IN ECOLOGICAL RISK

    ASSESSMENT

    MHAB WAGELMANS, J VAN WENSEM, L MALTBY

    10:4

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    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

    10:5

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    RA10B-1 Substitution within the Danish printing industry. HF Larsen & C Bøg (IPU, LYNGBY, Denmark)

    ET04B-1 Oxidative stress effects induced by a low dose exposure of plants to Uranium, Cadmium or in a multi-pollution set-up. N Horemans

    et al. (SCK.CEN,

    MOL, Belgium)

    CH06B-1 Black carbon amendment for in situ remediation of PAH and PCB: Field trials in soils and sediments. G Cornelissen

    et al. (Norwegian

    Geotechnical Inst, OSLO, Norway)

    RA03B-1 Trialling soil quality assessment through ecosystem services in practice. M Rutgers

    et al.

    (RIVM, BILTHOVEN, The Netherlands)

    11:1

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    RA10B-2 Adaptation of standard quality test for assessing the risk of substances included into textile articles. Preliminary approach. E Alonso

    et al.

    (CIEMAT, MADRID, Spain)

    ET04B-2 A case study focusing on ozone application in wastewater - evidences for beneficial effects. M Bundschuh & R Schulz (University of Koblenz-Landau, LANDAU, Germany)

    CH06B-2 Polyparameter linear free energy relation-ships (PP-LFERs) for soil organic carbon-water distribution coefficients (Koc) at low sorbate concentrations. S Endo

    et al.

    (Univerisity of Tuebingen, TUEBINGEN, Germany)

    RA03B-2 Soil quality and ecosystem services. JH Faber (Alterra - Wageningen UR, WAGENINGEN, The Netherlands)

    11:3

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    RA10B-3 Calculation of environmental fate factors and human intake fractions for risk assessment of petroleum products. A Hollander

    et al. (Radboud

    University Nijmegen, NIJMEGEN, The Netherlands)

    ET04B-3 Use of re-exposures to examine whether increased sensory response causes decline of Gammarus pulex populations in pulsed salad wash water discharge. J Dixon & PJ Shaw (University of Southampton, SOUTHAMPTON, UK)

    CH06B-3 Bioavailability reduction of PCBs after pilot-scale amendment of activated carbon to river sediments. BA Beckingham et al. (University of Maryland Baltimore County, BALTIMORE, USA)

    RA03B-3 Effects of pollution and heath storage on biodiversity and ecosystem function in the subsurface. JT Dinkla

    et al. (Bioclear BV,

    GRONINGEN, The Netherlands)

    11:5

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    RA10B-4 Risk assessment for Arctic marine predators. AJ Peters

    et al. (WCA

    Environment Ltd, FARING-DON, UK)

    ET04B-4 Mixture toxicity of 198 binary combinations of seven different antifouling agents to microbial communities - synergistic, additive or antagonistic effects? ÅCC Arrhenius et al. (University of Göteborg, GÖTEBORG, Sweden)

    CH06B-4 Long-term fate of xenobiotics in soil. A Schaeffer

    et al. (RWTH

    Aachen University, AACHEN, Germany)

    RA03B-4 Ecological relevance of test species in soil ecotoxicology - Classification of in-crop and off-crop collembolan coenoses. B Theißen

    et al.

    (RWTH Aachen University / Institute for Environmental Eesearch, AACHEN, Germany)

    12:1

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    RA10B-5 New challenges for standardized environmental monitoring by the authorisation procedure under REACH. C Heiss (Federal Environment Agency, Germany, DESSAU-ROSSLAU, Germany)

    ET04B-5 Assessing mixture toxicity of estrogens in rainbow trout hepatocytes. K Petersen

    et al. (Norwegian

    Institute for Water Research, OSLO, Norway)

    CH06B-5 Sorption of phenyl urea herbicides to black carbon. A Sobek

    et al.

    (Agroscope Reckenholz Research Station ART, ZURICH, Switzerland)

    RA03B-5 Impact of agricultural practices on plants and arthropods in organic and conventional farms. C Boutin et al. (Environment Canada, OTTAWA, Canada)

    LUNCH & POSTERS 12:30 - 14:00

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    RA11B

    RISK ASSESSMENT OF METALS

    A PETERS, LU VANGHELUWE, KM DELBEKE

    NM02A

    FATE AND EFFECTS OF NANOPARTICLES

    JJ SCOTT-FORDSMAND, CB BACCHUS

    LC03

    LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT – FROM

    SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE TO DECISION MAKING

    G REBITZER, S HUMBERT, A-M TILLMAN

    RA12B

    SEDIMENT QUALITY ASSESSMENT AND

    MANAGEMENT

    R WENNING, JR VIGURI, G DURELL

    10:4

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    RA11B-1 The new EU guidance document for setting Water Quality Standards, with special reference to the Metals parts. HI Henning et al.

    (Danish Environmental Protection Agency, COPENHAGEN, Denmark)

    NM02A-1 Toxic potency of cobalt-doped tungsten carbide nanoparticles to human and piscine cells. D Kühnel

    et al. (Helmholtz

    Centre for Environmental Research, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    LC03-1 Simplified LCA tools for effective decision support within organizations: an example from Alcan Engineered Products. FD Peyer et al.

    (ETH Zurich, ZURICH, Switzerland)

    RA12B-1 Application of a weight of evidence approach to assess the risks of contaminated sediments in an industrially affected wetland. V

    Wepener et al. (University of Johannesburg, JOHANNES-BURG, South Africa)

    11:1

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    RA11B-2 Taking account of metal bioavailability in assessing EQS compliance, a regulators perspective. BF Brown

    et al. (Environment

    Agency, BRISTOL, UK)

    NM02A-2 Fate and effects of cerium(IV)oxide nanoparticles in aquatic ecotoxicity tests. K Van Hoecke et al. (Universiteit Gent, GENT, Belgium)

    LC03-2 Life Cycle Thinking: A Step Ahead in Carbon Footprinting. S Fallaha

    et al.

    (CIRAIG - École Polytechnique de Montréal, MONTREAL, Canada)

    RA12B-2 An interdisciplinary approach for sustainable sediment management in the Venice Lagoon. E Delaney

    et al. (Thetis,

    VENEZIA, Italy)

    11:3

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    RA11B-3 Ecological assessment of Selenium in the aquatic environment. M Chapman

    et al. (Golder

    Associates Ltd, BURNABY, Canada)

    NM02A-3 Gold nanoparticle effects on blue mussels of Mytilus edulis: A toxicological approach. S Tedesco

    et al. (UCC

    (University college Cork), CORK, Ireland)

    LC03-3 A novel architecture of integration of LCA for designers in a CAE program. D Garraín

    et al.

    (GID, Engineering Design Group, CASTELLON, Spain)

    RA12B-3 Release of TBT from pleasure boats is still a common problem in spite of two decades of prohibition. BT Eklund

    et al.

    (Stockholm University, STOCKHOLM, Sweden)

    11:5

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    RA11B-4 Dietary metal exposure to the amphipod Hyalella azteca: impli-cations for sediment toxicity testing. L Nguyen et al. (Ghent University, GHENT, Belgium)

    NM02A-4 Molecular toxicity of nano-silver to Eisenia fetida. L-H Heckmann et al. (Aarhus University, National Environmental Research Institute, SILKEBORG, Denmark)

    LC03-4 Process-oriented enhancement proposals - a key to life cycle management for any enterprise. J Hildenbrand & JM Marzinkowski (University of Wuppertal, WUPPERTAL, Germany)

    RA12B-4 Source identification of Co-PCBs and PAHs in the surface sediments from Nakdong river basin, Korea. I-S Lee

    et

    al. (Pusan National University, BUSAN, South-Korea)

    12:1

    0

    RA11B-PS Poster spotlight:

    Improving assessments of effects

    TU 389, TU 390, TU 391, TU 392

    NM02A-5 Effects of Cu-nanoparticles versus Cu2+ in Enchytraeus albidus (Oligochaeta): differential gene expression and stress biomarker responses. SIL Gomes

    et al. (CESAM &

    University of Aveiro, AVEIRO, Portugal)

    LC03-5 Life Cycle Thinking to promote Sustainable Production and Consumption strategies in SME's. S Sala & V Castellani (University of Study Milano Bicocca, MILANO, Italy)

    RA12B-5 Suspended Sediment Model for the Elbe River Basin (Germany). KL Moshenberg

    et al. (Technical University Hamburg-Harburg, HAMBURG, Germany)

    LUNCH & POSTERS 12:30 - 14:00

  • Tuesday Afternoon Platform Sessions, 2 June 2009 ROOM K1 ROOM K2 ROOM K3 ROOM H1

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    RA04

    ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT IN THE

    CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE

    M LIESS, BJ KEFFORD

    PH01

    FATE AND EFFECTS OF PHARMACEUTICALS AND

    PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS (PPCPs) IN MARINE ECOSYSTEMS

    H HUTCHINSON, KV THOMAS

    CH06C

    PARTITIONING PROCESSES AND

    BIOAVAILABILITY OF ORGANIC CHEMICALS

    KT SEMPLE, T SCHULZE, M KRAUSS

    RA02

    AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM AND WETLAND HEALTH – RISK ASSESSMENT AND

    REMEDIATION

    M MUNAWAR, GHP ARTS, J DAVIES

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    RA04-1 Salinity and suspended sediments; how will they complicate risk assessment under a changing climate? BJ Kefford

    et al. (RMIT

    University, BUNDOORA, VIC, Australia)

    PH01-1 Inputs of pharma-ceuticals, personal care products and narcotics into the Norwegian coastal environment. KH Langford et al. (NIVA, OSLO, Norway)

    CH06C-1 Model human digestive system for the determination of bio-accessibility of environ-mental pollutants. D Collins

    et al. (University of Reading, READING, UK)

    RA02-1 Robustness concepts are a helpful tool for characterizing the health of macrophytes and other coastal ecosystems. ARG Price (University of Warwick, COVENTRY, UK)

    14:2

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    RA04-2 Impacts of pesticides and climate change in Danish streams: a deadly cocktail? N Nikolai et al. (Aarhus University/NERI, SILKEBORG, Denmark)

    PH01-2 Effects of pharma-ceuticals on pregnane X receptor (PXR) and cytochrome P450 3A (CYP3A) signaling in rainbow trout liver. C Celander

    et al. (University of

    Göteborg, GÖTEBORG, Sweden)

    CH06C-2 Measurement and modelling of decamethyl-cyclopentasiloxane volatilisation from river water. MJ Whelan

    et al.

    (Cranfield University, BEDFORD, UK)

    RA02-2 Ecology versus economy: How to keep aquatic ecosystems in balance. MR Hamza (United Arab Emirates University, AL-AIN, United Arab Emirates)

    14:4

    5

    RA04-3 Aquatic exposure and effect of agricultural pesticides within a changing climate. M Liess et al. (UFZ, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    PH01-3 The pharmaceutical clotrimazole affects marine microalgal communities at picomolar concentrations. T Porsbring et al. (University of Göteborg, GÖTEBORG, Sweden)

    CH06C-3 Influence of humic acids on the mass transfer of xenobiotics through surface microlayers. KR Ramus et al. (HELMHOLTZ - Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    RA02-3 Interactions between climate change and the transfer, deposition and remobilisation of toxic substances - implications for freshwater ecosystems. MR Kernan

    et al. (University

    College London, LONDON, UK)

    15:0

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    RA04-4 Simulating climate change-induced alterations in food web accumulation of organic contaminants. K Borga et al. (Norwegian Institute for Water Research - NIVA, OSLO, Norway)

    PH01-4 Baltic sea key species respond to human pharmaceuticals. HM Ericson et al. (Stockholm University, STOCKHOLM, Sweden)

    CH06C-4 Experimental accumulation of PCBs from contaminated sediment by Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) - Direct accumu-lation from resuspended sediment and dietary accu-mulation. A Ruus

    et al.

    (NIVA, OSLO, Norway)

    RA02-4 Microbial indicators of ecosystem health: long term recovery of the highly eutrophic Bay of Quinte in the North American Great Lakes. M Munawar

    et al.

    (Fisheries & Oceans Canada, BURLINGTON, ON, Canada)

    15:2

    5

    RA04-5 Assessing anthropogenic / hypoxia stress - a battery of bio-markers and bioindicators for marine environmental testing. B Sundelin

    et al.

    (Stockholm University, STOCKHOLM, Sweden)

    PH01-5 Environmental risk assessment for Oseltamivir (Tamiflu

    ®) under pandemic

    use conditions - the coastal marine compartment. H Hutchinson

    et al. (Plymouth

    Marine Laboratory, PLYMOUTH, UK)

    CH06C-5 Seasonal variation and partitioning of PCDD/Fs in an estuarine system of the Baltic Sea. SJE Josefsson

    et al. (Umeå

    University, UMEÅ, Sweden)

    RA02-5 Exposure modelling on a river basin scale in support to risk assessment for chemicals in European river basins. JAG Van Gils

    et

    al. (Deltares, DELFT, The Netherlands)

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    KEYNOTE SPEAKER

    POSTER SESSION & SOCIAL 17:00 - 18:30

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    DERIVING, IMPLEMENTING AND INTERPRETING SOIL

    QUALITY STANDARDS: THE CURRENT STATE OF

    UNDERSTANDING AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS

    G MERRINGTON, I SCHOETERS

    NM02B

    FATE AND EFFECTS OF NANOPARTICLES

    JJ SCOTT-FORDSMAND, CB BACCHUS

    ET05

    ECOTOXICOLOGY OF NATURAL COMPOUNDS

    S PFLUGMACHER, V VASCONCELOS

    ET15

    WILDLIFE TOXICOLOGY: IT’S THE ECOLOGY

    NW VAN DEN BRINK, JE ELLIOTT

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    TE03-1 Variation in soil quality criteria for trace elements to protect human health - Exposure estimation. BA Hale

    et al.

    (University of Guelph, GUELPH, Canada)

    NM02B-1 Are nanoparticles bioavailable to unicellular microorganisms in the environment? VI Slaveykova

    et al. (Swiss Swiss Federal Institut of Technology Lausanne, EPFL, LAUSANNE, Switzerland)

    ET05-1 Fluoride pollution in freshwater ecosystems and fluoride bioaccumulation in aquatic plants: A case study. C Gonzalo & JA Camargo (Universidad de Alcala, ALCALA DE HENARES, Spain)

    ET15-1 Environmental and biological factors affecting metal and metallothionein levels in small mammals. CC Fritsch

    et al. (University

    of Franche-Comté, BESANÇON, France)

    14:2

    5

    TE03-2 Ecological soil quality standards for trace elements - state of the science. MJ McLaughlin

    et al.

    (CSIRO Land and Water/University of Adelaide, ADELAIDE, Australia)

    NM02B-2 Characterising the environmental behaviour and ecotoxicological potential of carbon nanotubes. HEC Von Lochow et al. (RWTH Aachen University, AACHEN, Germany)

    ET05-2 Application of real-time PCR in monitoring Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii in Portuguese freshwaters: abundance and toxicological evaluation. IT Moreira

    et al.

    (CIMAR / CIIMAR, PORTO, Portugal)

    ET15-2 Effects of soil concentrations, -properties, habitat and ecological factors on the accumulation of heavy metals in small mammals in The Netherlands. NW Van den Brink (Alterra Wageningen UR, WAGENINGEN, The Netherlands)

    14:4

    5

    TE03-3 Bringing bioavailability into contaminated land decision-making: ‘The Way Forward'? AE Latawiec & BJ Reid (University of East Anglia, NORWICH, UK)

    NM02B-3 Interactions of carbon nanoparticles with natural organic matter. SJ Klaine (Clemson University, PENDLETON, SOUTH CAROLINA, USA)

    ET05-3 Participation of P-glycoprotein (MXR) in the depuration mechanism of MC-LR in D. Polymorpha - an explanation for bivalves' insensitivity to cyano-bacterial toxins? V Contardo-

    Jara et al. (Leibniz-Institut of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, BERLIN, Germany)

    ET15-3 Assessing the exposure and effects of persistent contaminants in river otters (Lontra candensis) using non-intrusive sampling. DA Guertin

    et al. (Simon Fraser

    University, BURNABY, Canada)

    15:0

    5

    TE03-4 A first step towards implementation of bio-availability measurements in the Dutch soil regulatory framework. E Brand et al. (National Institute for public health and the environment (RIVM), BILTHOVEN, The Netherlands)

    NM02B-4 Does the presence of engineered nanoparticles change the ecotoxicity of other pollutants? A Baun et al. (Technical University of Denmark, KGS. LYNBGY, Denmark)

    ET05-4 Proteomic changes in Daphnia magna due to cyanobacterial toxins. C Wiegand

    et al. (Leibniz-

    Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, BERLIN, Germany)

    ET15-4 Resource requirements during egg production: implications for measuring contaminants in bird eggs. CA Morrissey

    et al.

    (Cardiff University, CARDIFF, UK)

    15:2

    5

    TE03-5 A tool for calculation of soil-specific ecological quality standards for metals. KJ Oorts

    et al.

    (Arcadis Belgium - EURAS, GENT, Belgium)

    NM02B-PS Poster spotlight:

    Highlights of nano-research areas

    TU 002, TU 003, TU 004, TU 005

    ET05-5 Occurence of biotoxins in mussels from different coastal locations and exposure experiments. PD Hansen (Berlin Institute of Technology (BIT), BERLIN, Germany)

    ET15-5 Site-specific bio-accumulation patterns of brominated flame retardants in the food webs of harbour seal and common tern. P Leonards

    et

    al. (Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    BREAK 15:45 - 16:15

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    KEYNOTE SPEAKER

    POSTER SESSION & SOCIAL 17:00 - 18:30

  • Tuesday, 2 June 2009

    Keynote speaker (Room K2)

    16:15 - 17:00 Mohiuddin Munawar (Great Lakes Laboratory for Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences, Fisheries & Oceans, Canada)

    Probing Aquatic Ecosystem Health: A journey through the Great Lakes

    Poster display (Poster and exhibition area – Hall H-G)

    08:00 - 08:30 Poster setup

    10:15 - 10:45 Morning coffee break: attend poster

    12:30 - 14:00 Lunch & poster session: attend poster

    15:45 - 16:15 Afternoon coffee break: attend poster

    17:00 - 18:30 Poster session & social: attend poster

    18:30 - 19:00 Poster take-down

    Poster corner discussions (Poster area – Hall G)

    17:15 - 17:45 TUPC1 - Life cycle management - tool development and application (TUPC1-1 to TUPC1-7)

    Discussion led by S Humbert, G Rebitzer, A-M Tillman

    17:50 - 18:20 TUPC2 - Aquatic ecosystem and wetland health - Impact of pesticides and herbicides (TUPC2-1 to TUPC2-6)

    Discussion led by GHP Arts, M Munawar, J Davies

  • Wednesday Morning I Platform Sessions, 3 June 2009 ROOM K1 ROOM K2 ROOM K3 ROOM H1

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    RA07A

    MANAGING PRIORITY SUBSTANCES UNDER THE

    WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE

    JH MUNTHE, PS MIKKELSEN

    PH02A

    FATE, EFFECTS AND RISK ASSESSMENT OF

    PHARMACEUTICALS IN THE ENVIRONMENT

    JO STRAUB, F POMATI

    TE04A

    SOIL ECOTOXICOLOGY

    CAM VAN GESTEL, J PRINZ

    CH07A

    PASSIVE SAMPLING AND DOSING AS TOOLS TO

    MEASURE AND CONTROL EXPOSURE

    G STRECK, JLM HERMENS, P MAYER

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    5

    RA07A-1 Material Flow Analysis for selected priority substances in the EU SOCOPSE project. JM Pacyna

    et al. (Norwegian

    Institute for Air Research (NILU), KJELLER, Norway)

    PH02A-1 Azole Fungicides: Occurrence and Fate in Wastewater and Surface Waters. M Kahle

    et al.

    (Federal Environment Agency (UBA), DESSAU-ROSSLAU, Germany)

    TE04A-1 Vicia-micronucleus test towards an international standardization: a proposal for soil genotoxicity assessment. AS Foltête et al.

    (Université Paul Verlaine-Metz, UMR 7146 CNRS, METZ, France)

    CH07A-1 Field Method for Sediment Pore Water PAHs Using SPME and Laser-Induced Fluorescence Spectroscopy. B Hawthorne

    et al. (University of North Dakota, GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA, USA)

    8:5

    5

    RA07A-2 Archetype sources to urban pollution. NA Holten Lützhøft

    et al. (The

    Technical University of Denmark, KGS. LYNGBY, Denmark)

    PH02A-2 Biodegradation of Biocides and Pharma-ceuticals Compounds in Soils and Water Systems. C Girardi et al. (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    TE04A-2 Effects of insecticides on soil communities in Terrestrial Model Ecosystems (TME). B Scholz-Starke

    et al. (RWTH

    Aachen University, AACHEN, Germany)

    CH07A-2 Simultaneous measurement of free and total concentrations using stable isotope-SPME. J Gan & S Bondarenko (University of California Riverside, RIVER-SIDE, USA)

    9:1

    5

    RA07A-3 Development of a database to support the assessment of potential source control and treatment options for priority pollutants. C Viavattene

    et al. (Middlesex

    University, LONDON, UK)

    PH02A-3 Dynamics and attenuation of acidic pharmaceuticals in the river Roter Main, Bavaria, Germany. M Radke et al. (University of Bayreuth, BAYREUTH, Germany)

    TE04A-3 Comparing the sensitivity of Perionyx excavatus and Eisenia andrei in earthworm avoidance tests using two soil types in the tropics. PMCS De Silva & CAM Van Gestel (AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    CH07A-3 Using silicone coated glass jars to measure chlorinated compounds in contaminated sediment. K Mäenpää

    et al. (University of

    Joensuu, JOENSUU, Finland)

    9:3

    5

    RA07A-4 The ScorePP-project - Voluntary use reduction. TK Wickman

    et al.

    (Environment and Health Administration, STOCK-HOLM, Sweden)

    PH02A-4 Bioaccumulation of pharmaceuticals S Trapp & A Franco (Technical Universty of Denmark, Department of Environmental Engineering, KONGENS LYNGBY, Denmark)

    TE04A-4 Mechanism-specific bioassays in risk assessment of remediated soil - experiences from the Swedish research programme 'Sustainable Remediation'. RM Engwall

    et

    al. (Örebro University, ÖREBRO, Sweden)

    CH07A-4 Passive sampling produced water discharges - calibrations and comparisons to current biomonitoring methods. C Harman

    et al. (Norwegian

    Institute for Water Research, OSLO, Norway)

    9:5

    5

    RA07A-5 Substance flow analysis for selected priority pollutants in four European cities within the ScorePP project. A Jamtrot

    et al. (City of Stockholm, STOCKHOLM, Sweden)

    PH02A-5 Modeling the spread of antibiotic resis-tance in the environment: Fluoroquinolone resistance in Escherichia coli. SE Reed et al. (University of Michigan, ANN ARBOR, USA)

    TE04A-5 Promising enzyme-based tool for evaluating the ecotoxicological impact of metals on soils. I Lessard

    et al. (CIRAIG, MONTREAL, Canada)

    CH07A-5 Using equilibrium passive samplers to monitor fjord-scale air-water-sediment fluxes of organic chemicals. HPH Arp

    et al. (Norwegian Geo-technical Institute, OSLO, Norway)

    BREAK 10:15 - 10:45

  • Wednesday Morning I Platform Sessions, 3 June 2009 ROOM G2 ROOM G3 ROOM G4 ROOM F1

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    ME01A

    BIOMONITORING AND INTEGRATIVE

    ASSESSMENT OF MARINE POLLUTION

    R BEIRAS, J BELLAS

    ET01A

    ANIMAL ALTERNATIVES IN ECOTOXICOLOGY:

    EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES

    S BELANGER, MY GROSS

    LC05

    LIFE CYCLE THINKING AND ASSESSMENT

    SUPPORTING ENVIRONMENTAL

    POLICIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL

    STANDARDS

    E RIISE, R PANT

    RA08A

    MECHANISTIC EFFECT MODELS FOR

    ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT

    R ASHAUER, VE FORBES

    8:3

    0

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    5

    ME01A-1 Historic and present bioavailabilities of contaminant metals in SW England estuaries impacted by 19th Century mining: change over time? PS

    Rainbow et al. (Natural

    History Museum, LONDON, UK)

    ET01A-1 The fish embryo test (FET) with the zebrafish (Danio rerio) an alternative for the fish acute toxicity test. TAG Braunbeck

    et al.

    (University of Heidelberg, HEIDELBERG, Germany)

    LC05-1 An integrated concept for analysing policy instruments towards a more sustainable waste management. MH Ljunggren Söderman

    et al. (IVL Swedish

    Environmental Research Institute, GÖTEBORG, Sweden)

    RA08A-1 Demographic importance of toxicant-sensitive life-history traits - insights from a matrix population model. VE Forbes et al. (Roskilde University, ROSKILDE, Denmark)

    8:5

    5

    ME01A-2 PAHs in sediments and transplanted mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) in the ports of the north coast of Spain (Vigo, Bilbao and Pasaia). O Nieto & M López Rodríguez (University of Vigo, VIGO, Spain)

    ET01A-2 The fish embryo test as an alternative to acute fish toxicity testing: Outliers, optimisation for volatile compounds, and consideration of alternative endpoints. M Knöbel

    et al.

    (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental research - UFZ, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    LC05-2 Industrial environmental performance assessment using a novel LCA-based Environmental Emissions Index. DF Styles

    & MB Jones (Irish Environmental Protection Agency, DUBLIN, Ireland)

    RA08A-2 Role of Population Modeling in Pesticide Risk Assessment. RA Pastorok

    et

    al. (Integral Consulting, MERCER ISLAND, USA)

    9:1

    5

    ME01A-3 Integrating long-term water, sediment and biota pollution data in assessing chemical status, within the European Water Framework Directive. O Solaun et al. (AZTI-TECNALIA, PASAIA, Spain)

    ET01A-3 Statistical properties of the embryo and adult fish acute toxicity relationship: Defining how good is good enough. SE Belanger

    et al. (Procter &

    Gamble, CINCINNATI, OHIO, USA)

    LC05-3 REACH and LCA - Methodological approaches and challenges. CA Nyland

    et al. (Ostfold Research, KRAAKEROEY, Norway)

    RA08A-3 Ecological models in support of regulatory risk assessments of pesticides: Developing a strategy for the future. P Thorbek

    et al.

    (Syngenta, BRACKNELL, BERKSHIRE, UK)

    9:3

    5

    ME01A-4 Bivalves as remote on-line indicators of seawater quality. SD Bamber

    & E Sønneland (IRIS,

    RANDABERG, Norway)

    ET01A-4 Understanding the correlation between in vitro and in vivo acute fish toxicity data using mode of action and physicochemical properties of chemicals. NI

    Kramer et al. (Utrecht

    University, UTRECHT, The Netherlands)

    LC05-4 Life cycle assessment of a German CCS strategy. A Schreiber

    et

    al. (Forschungszentrum Jülich, JÜLICH, Germany)

    RA08A-4 Evaluation of existing population models for their potential appli-cation in ecological risk assessment of chemicals (EPOCH). N Galic

    et al.

    (Wageningen univ. & res. center, WAGENINGEN, The Netherlands)

    9:5

    5

    ME01A-5 Ultradian rhythms in bivalves' cardiac activity and valve movements as a new biomarkers in eco-logical state assessment. TV Kuznetsova

    et al. (Saint-

    Petersburg Center for Ecological Safety RAS, ST.-PETERSBURG, Russian Federation)

    ET01A-5 The UNIFISH project: Smart in-vitro scale testing strategies for environmental and human risk assessment and for drug development. M Fenske

    et al. (Fraunhofer

    Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology IME, AACHEN, Germany)

    LC05-5 Review of LCA work - the accredited certification scheme of the International Reference Life Cycle Data System (ILCD). MA Wolf

    et

    al. (European Commission, Joint Research Centre, ISPRA, Italy)

    RA08A-5 Pesticide risk assessment with population models. MW Wang

    & VG Grimm (RIFCon

    GmbH, HEIDELBERG, Germany)

    BREAK 10:15 - 10:45

  • Wednesday Morning II Platform Sessions, 3 June 2009 ROOM K1 ROOM K2 ROOM K3 ROOM H1

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    RA07B

    MANAGING PRIORITY SUBSTANCES UNDER THE

    WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE

    JH MUNTHE, PS MIKKELSEN

    PH02B

    FATE, EFFECTS AND RISK ASSESSMENT OF

    PHARMACEUTICALS IN THE ENVIRONMENT

    JO STRAUB, F POMATI

    TE04B

    SOIL ECOTOXICOLOGY

    CAM VAN GESTEL, J PRINZ

    CH07B

    PASSIVE SAMPLING AND DOSING AS TOOLS TO

    MEASURE AND CONTROL EXPOSURE

    G STRECK, JLM HERMENS, P MAYER

    10:4

    5

    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

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    RA07B-1 Emission reduction strategy of priority and emerging chemicals in European waters: Inventory and assessment of mitigation options. G Ducos

    et al. (INERIS, VERNEUIL-EN-HALATTE, France)

    PH02B-1 The effects of 17 β-estradiol and testosterone singly and in combination on chub (Leuciscus cephalus L.). V Zlabek et al. (University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice, USB RIFCH, VODNANY, Czech Republic)

    TE04B-1 Accumulation of brominated and chlorinated diphenyl ethers and benzenes in earthworms; influence of soil composition. JR Nyholm et

    al. (Umeå University, UMEÅ, Sweden)

    CH07B-1 Autosampler vial-based permeation passive air samplers: Design, calibration and develop-ment of a model for estimating calibration constants. S Seethapathy & T Gorecki (University of Waterloo, WATERLOO, Canada)

    11:1

    0

    RA07B-2 A decision support system for management of priority substances in river basin management plans. RFW Baartmans

    et al. (TNO

    Built Environment and Geosciences, DELFT, The Netherlands)

    PH02B-2 Identification of pharmaceuticals of high ecotoxicological risks by a novel concept. V Christen

    et

    al. (University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, MUTTENZ, Switzerland)

    TE04B-2 Influence of soil properties on molybdenum uptake and elimination kinetics in the earthworm Eisenia andrei. MD Diez et al. (Vrije University of Amsterdam, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    CH07B-2 Passive dosing for establishing constant freely dissolved concentrations of hydrophobic compounds. EC Smith

    et al. (National

    Environmental Research Institute, ROSKILDE, Denmark)

    11:3

    0

    RA07B-3 Innovative approach to testing emission control strategies for the European Water Framework Directive priority substances. E Eriksson

    et al. (Technical

    University of Denmark, KGS. LYNGBY, Denmark)

    PH02B-3 Risk assessments of veterinary pharma-ceutical products - results and regulatory experiences. S Hickmann et al. (Umweltbundesamt, DESSAU, Germany)

    TE04B-3 Deriving soil and sediment risk limits from invertebrate life cycle responses to Polycyclic Aromatic Compound exposure. M Leon Paumen

    et

    al. (Exxonmobil Biomedical Sciences, MACHELEN, BRUSSEL, Belgium)

    CH07B-3 Bioavailability of organochlorine compounds in aqueous suspensions of fullerene: Evaluated with Medaka (Oryzias latipes) & negligible depletion solid-phase microextraction. J-F Liu et al. (Research Center for Eco-Env. Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, BEIJING, China)

    11:5

    0

    RA07B-4 The MODELKEY DSS: a decision support system for implementing the WFD. S Gottardo

    et al.

    (Venice Research Consortium, VENICE, Italy)

    PH02B-4 Analysis of the emission of human pharmaceuticals: exposure in the environment...? SAE Kools

    et al. (Grontmij |

    AquaSense, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    TE04B-4 Effect of triclosan and triclocarban on microbiological activity and pesticide mineralisation in soils. S Kookana

    et al.

    (ADELAIDE, Australia)

    CH07B-4 The use of passive samplers as a dosing device to assess the toxicity of realistic environmental mixtures. M Claessens

    et al. (Ghent

    University, GHENT, Belgium)

    12:1

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    RA07B-5 Priority substances and the Water Framework Directive - supporting the implementation of a new European policy. JH Munthe et al. (IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, GÖTEBORG, Sweden)

    PH02B-5 Release of high levels of active pharma-ceutical ingredients from Indian bulk drug manufacture - fate and effects on antibiotic resistance development, microbial ecosystems and aquatic vertebrates. DGJ Larsson

    et al. (The Sahlgrenska

    Academy, Univ. of Göteborg, GOTEBORG, Sweden)

    TE04B-5 Ecological effects of the accumulation of copper in soil: Results of a literature review. S Jaensch

    et al. (ECT Oekotoxikologie GmbH, FLOERSHEIM, Germany)

    CH07B-5 Development of a polydimethylsiloxane film-based dosing method in the in vitro DR-CALUX

    © assay.

    P Booij et al. (Institute for

    Environmental Studies, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    LUNCH & POSTERS 12:30 - 14:00

  • Wednesday Morning II Platform Sessions, 3 June 2009 ROOM G2 ROOM G3 ROOM G4 ROOM F1

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    ME01B

    BIOMONITORING AND INTEGRATIVE

    ASSESSMENT OF MARINE POLLUTION

    R BEIRAS, J BELLAS

    ET01B

    ANIMAL ALTERNATIVES IN ECOTOXICOLOGY:

    EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES

    S BELANGER, MY GROSS

    LC04

    LIFE CYCLE SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT OF

    PRODUCTS

    W KLÖPFFER, C BAUER

    RA08B

    MECHANISTIC EFFECT MODELS FOR

    ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT

    VE FORBES, P THORBEK

    10:4

    5

    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

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    ME01B-1 Biomarker based integrative long-term assessment of marine ecosystem health after Prestige oil spill. I Marigomez et al. (Univ. Basque Country, LEIOA-BIZKAIA (BASQUE COUNTRY), Spain)

    ET01B-1 Development of methods for a tiered approach to assess bioaccumulation of chemicals: a state of the science update. MR Embry

    et al. (ILSI Health and Environmental Sciences Institute, WASHINGTON, DC, USA)

    LC04-1 A milestone for sustainability assessment of products: The publication of the code of practice for a Social and Socio-Economic LCA (sLCA). C Benoit

    et al.

    (UQAM, MONTREAL, Canada)

    RA08B-1 Time resolved effect model for Daphnia magna - Measurement and modeling of the toxicokinetic phase of diazinon. AC Kretschmann

    et al. (Eawag,

    DÜBENDORF, Switzerland)

    11:1

    0

    ME01B-2 Assessment criteria for the characterization of the ecological status of marine water bodies using the Sea-urchin embryo-test (SET). I Durán

    et al. (VIGO,

    Spain)

    ET01B-2 Role of dosing procedure and physico-chemical properties of chemicals on the outcome of cell line assays. K Tanneberger et al. (Eawag, DUEBENDORF, Switzerland)

    LC04-2 SEEBALANCE® as a

    tool for socio-economic analysis under REACh. DK Kölsch (BASF SE, LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany)

    RA08B-2 Prediction of effects from FOCUS-scenarios to populations of D. magna - Comparison of measured data and modelling results for triphenyltin. TG Preuss

    et

    al. (RWTH Aachen University, AACHEN, Germany)

    11:3

    0

    ME01B-3 Sediment quality assessment in the Nervión estuary (Basque Country): an integrative approach. I Menchaca et al. (Azti Tecnalia, PASAIA, Spain)

    ET01B-3 The OECD validation program of a cell-based assay to screen for inhibitors and inducers of sex steroid hormone production: The H295R Steroidogenesis Assay. M Hecker et al. (ENTRIX, SASKATOON, Canada)

    LC04-3 Sustainability considerations in early phases of product development - the wood-based diaper. AM Clancy

    et

    al. (Chalmers University of Technology, GÖTEBORG, Sweden)

    RA08B-3 Modelling the effects of diquat on the life-cycle of the snail Lymnaea stagnalis based on the Dynamic Energy Budget theory. V Ducrot

    et al. (INRA,

    RENNES CEDEX, France)

    11:5

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    ME01B-4 The assessment of coastal pollution in highly productive marine eco-systems using an integrative approach with marine invertebrate embryo-larval bioassays. J Bellas et al. (Universidade de Vigo, VIGO, Spain)

    ET01B-4 Benchmarking a routine physiological-based test to screen thyroid disrupting chemicals. F Lemkine

    et al. (WatchFrog,

    EVRY, France)

    LC04-4 Is Renewable always Sustainable? P&G's Framework for sustainable use of renewable materials. G Van Hoof et al. (Procter & Gamble, STROMBEEK-BEVER, Belgium)

    RA08B-4 Modeling sublethal toxic effects on aquatic ecosystems: an integrated approach. D Bontje

    et al.

    (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    12:1

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    ME01B-5 Impact of CO2-driven climate change on sea urchin early life history - combined effects of ocean acidification, temperature increase and food concentration. J Wren

    et al.

    (Göteborg University, KRISTINEBERG, FISKEBÄCKSKIL, Sweden)

    ET01B-5 How low can you go? Use of NOTELs in predictive risk assessment. KE Tollefsen et al. (NIVA, OSLO, Norway)

    LC04-5 Cradle to cradle: Old wine or new spirits. C Kroeze & J Potting (Wageningen University & Research, WAGENINGEN, The Netherlands)

    RA08B-5 Linking individual-level and population-level effects. The combined effects of sediment-organic matter quantity and sediment-associated organic-contaminants. M Selck

    et al. (Roskilde

    University, ROSKILDE, Denmark)

    LUNCH & POSTERS 12:30 - 14:00

  • Wednesday Afternoon Platform Sessions, 3 June 2009 ROOM K1 ROOM K2 ROOM K3 ROOM H1

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    CH03

    EFFECT DIRECTED ANALYSIS TO IDENTIFY KEY ENVIRONMENTAL

    TOXICANTS

    M BURGESS, M LAMOREE

    ET07

    EDCs: INDIVIDUAL AND POPULATION LEVEL

    RESPONSES

    K HALLDIN, H KRUEGER

    TE02

    COMBINED STRESSORS IN SOIL

    C SVENDSEN, S LOUREIRO

    ET11

    MICROBIAL COMMUNITY ECOTOXICOLOGY

    I DAHLLÖF, H BLANCK

    14:0

    0

    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

    14:0

    5

    CH03-1 Sample preparation method of biota samples for application in Effect Directed Analysis. E Simon

    et al. (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam / Institute for Environmental Studies, AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands)

    ET07-1 The impact of oestrogenic sewage discharges on fish populations. P Matthiessen

    et al. (Independent consultant, ULVERSTON, UK)

    TE02-1 Evaluation of the joint toxicity of glyphosate & spirodiclofen in Brassica rapa, Folsomia candida & Porcellionides pruinosus. A comparison of mixture effects in different non-target species. MJG Santos et al. (CESAM & Dept. of Biology, AVEIRO, Portugal)

    ET11-1 Effects of fungal diversity on leaf litter decomposition under cadmium stress: species number and traits. IR Fernandes et al. (Molecular and Environmental Biology Centre (CBMA), BRAGA, Portugal)

    14:2

    5

    CH03-2 Sediment Toxicity Identification Evaluations (TIEs): Manipulating Bioavailability to Whole Organisms to Identify Environmental Toxicants. RM Burgess

    et al. (U.S. EPA,

    NARRAGANSETT, USA)

    ET07-2 Developmental reproductive toxicity of estrogenic environmental pollutants in amphibians and birds. C Berg (Uppsala University, UPPSALA, Sweden)

    TE02-2 Assessing binary mixture toxicity of chemicals in Folsomia candida using reproduction as endpoint. BJG Campos et al. (CESAM & Department of Biology, AVEIRO, Portugal)

    ET11-2 Effect of fungal networks on microbial chemotaxis towards soil contaminants. S Furuno et al. (Helmholz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) Leipzig, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    14:4

    5

    CH03-3 EDA of sediments from polluted marine sites in Norway. M Grung

    et al.

    (NIVA, OSLO, Norway)

    ET07-3 Effects of EE2 and TCDD, alone or in combi-nation, on ER-dependent genes expression and sexual differentiation in the zebrafish. F Brion et al. (Institut National de l'Environnement Industriel et des Risques, VERNEUIL-EN-HALATTE, France)

    TE02-3 WITHDRAWN - See

    errata sheet for latest information.

    ET11-3 Pollution-Induced Community Tolerance of urban metals on freshwater biofilms: a microcosm study. LC Fechner et al. (Cemagref, ANTONY, France)

    15:0

    5

    CH03-4 Mutagenic compounds in the River Elbe. CMJ Gallampois et al. (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    ET07-4 Accumulation, distribution, metabolism and elimination of 17alpha-ethinylestradiol in organisms of different trophic levels. HM Maes et al. (RWTH Aachen University - Institute for environmental research, AACHEN, Germany)

    TE02-4 Nickel toxicokinetics under the influence of temperature & chlorpyrifos in the ground beetle Ptero-stichus oblongopunctatus (Coleoptera: Carabidae). AJ Bednarska

    et al. (Institute of

    Environmental Sciences, Jagiellonian University, KRAKOW, Poland)

    ET11-4 Microbial diversity, tetracycline resistance and mercury resistance genes aquaculture sediments. MPJ Virta et al. (University of Helsinki, HELSINKI, Finland)

    15:2

    5

    CH03-5 Identification of petrogenic naphthenic acids as xeno-estrogens and anti-androgens in produced water. KV Thomas

    et al. (NIVA, OSLO, Norway)

    ET07-5 Penis sheath: preputium length ratio as possible quantitative biomarker of endocrine disruption in Bulinus tropicus (Mollusca). H Bouwman

    et al. (North-West

    University, POTCHEF-STROOM, South Africa)

    TE02-5 Enzyme-based indicator to evaluate a complex contamination influence on soil health. RAE Demuysère et al. (CIRAIG, MONTREAL (QUÉBEC), Canada)

    ET11-5 Stimulated PAH mineralization and differentiated bacterial community composition around macrofaunal burrows in Arctic coastal marine sediments. E Granberg & I Dahllöf (NERI, ROSKILDE, Denmark)

    BREAK 15:45 - 16:15

    16:1

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    KEYNOTE SPEAKER

    POSTER SESSION & SOCIAL 17:00 - 18:30

  • Wednesday Afternoon Platform Sessions, 3 June 2009 ROOM G2 ROOM G3 ROOM G4 ROOM F1

    SE

    SS

    ION

    ME03

    POLAR MARINE ECOTOXICOLOGY, RISK

    ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING

    R LOHMANN, MGD SMIT

    CH02

    CHEMOMETRICS AND QSARs: FATE AND

    EFFECT RELATIONS

    P GRAMATICA, PL ANDERSSON

    RA13A

    SPATIO-TEMPORAL AND TRAIT-BASED ASPECTS IN

    ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT

    TCM BROCK, K SOLOMON, PJ VAN DEN BRINK

    ET06

    ECOTOXICOLOGY OF RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES

    R GILBIN, HAA VANDENHOVE, C BRADSHAW

    14:0

    0

    SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO SESSION INTRO

    14:0

    5

    ME03-1 Verification of poly-ethylene and solid phase micro-extraction passive sampling devices in hyper-saline, arctic conditions. PJ Luey & R Lohmann (Univ. of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography, NARRAGANSETT, USA)

    CH02-1 Can toxicogenomics support QSAR MOA approaches? A selected case study with (chlorinated) anilines. N Dom

    et al. (Universiteit

    Antwerpen, ANTWERPEN, Belgium)

    RA13A-1 How stressor-specific can be trait-based methods in risk assess-ment: SPEAR approach for bioassessment of surface waters MA Beketov & M Liess (UFZ-Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, LEIPZIG, Germany)

    ET06-1 Effects of low level uranium exposure on critical life stages of zebrafish (Danio rerio). S Bourrachot

    et al. (IRSN,

    SAINT PAUL LEZ DURANCE CEDEX, France)

    14:2

    5

    ME03-2 Seasonality in field derived bioaccumulation factors for OCs in Arctic marine species of zooplankton. IG Hallanger

    et

    al. (Norwegian Polar Institute, TROMSØ, Norway)

    CH02-2 Multivariate biological profiling of PCBs, focusing on NDL-PCBs.

    MJM Stenberg et al. (Umeå

    University, UMEÅ, Sweden)

    RA13A-2 Modelling effects of pulsed exposure in trait diverse freshwater Arthro-poda and implications for interspecies extrapolation. MN Rubach

    et al.

    (Wageningen UR, WAGENINGEN, The Netherlands)

    ET06-2 Phylogenetic consistencies in radionuclide and metal accumulation by marine teleost and chondrichthyan fish. RA Jeffree et al. (IAEA Marine Environment Labs, MONACO, Monaco)

    14:4

    5

    ME03-3 Long-term exposure of polar cod (Boreogadus saida) to waterborne and dietary crude oil. JM Nahrgang

    et al. (Akvaplan-

    niva AS, TROMSØ, Norway)

    CH02-3 Chemometrical tools for prioritization of POPs, EDs and PBTs. E Papa & P Gramatica (University of Insubria, VARESE, Italy)

    RA13A-3 Trait-based ecological vulnerability in wildlife: differences between food chains and habitats. HJ De Lange et al. (Alterra, WAGENINGEN, The Netherlands)

    ET06-3 Effect of low-dose chronic gamma exposure on growth and oxidative stress related responses in Arabidopsis thaliana. HAA Vandenhove

    et al. (SCK-CEN,

    MOL, Belgium)

    15:0

    5

    ME03-4 Effects of conta-mination on community tolerance and genetic diversity of an arctic amphipod. L Bach & I Dahllöf (National Environmental Research Institute, ROSKILDE, Denmark)

    CH02-4 PBT-profiling for pre-registered substances KEN Daginnus et al. (European Commission, ISPRA, Italy)

    RA13A-4 From components to community: under-standing the relationship between traits, community composition and temporal variability in lotic systems. RA Holland et al. (The University of Sheffield, SHEFFIELD, UK)

    ET06-4 External radiation doses from 137Cs to frog phantoms in a wetland area: in situ measurements and dose model calculations. K Stark

    & HBL

    Pettersson (Stockholm University, STOCKHOLM, Sweden)

    15:2

    5

    ME03-5 Immunotoxicity and oxidative stress in the Arctic Scallop Chlamys islandica: effects of acute oil exposure. ML Hannam

    et

    al. (University of Plymouth, PLYMOUTH, UK)

    CH02-PS Poster spotlight:

    Novel QSAR and receptor model tools

    WE 002, WE 003, WE 004, WE 005

    RA13A-PS Poster spotlight:

    Ecotoxicological sensitivity and vulnerability in ERA

    TH 122, TH 123, TH 125, TH 126

    ET06-PS Poster spotlight:

    Ecotoxicology of radio-active substances

    WE 106, WE 108, WE 109

    BREAK 15:45 - 16:15

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    KEYNOTE SPEAKER

    POSTER SESSION & SOCIAL 17:00 - 18:30

  • Wednesday, 2 June 2009

    Keynote speaker (Room K2)

    16:15 - 17:00 Albertinka J. Murk (WIMEK-WU, The Netherlands)

    Assessing ecotoxicological impacts in differing and changing environments

    Poster display (Poster and exhibition area – Hall H-G)

    08:00 - 08:30 Poster setup

    10:15 - 10:45 Morning coffee break: attend poster

    12:30 - 14:00 Lunch & poster session: attend poster

    15:45 - 16:15 Afternoon coffee break: attend poster

    17:00 - 18:30 Poster session & social: attend poster

    18:30 - 19:00 Poster take-down

    Poster corner discussions (Poster area – Hall G)

    17:15 - 17:45 WEPC1 - Risk assessment of metals - Improving assessments of exposure (WEPC1-1 to WEPC1-8)

    Discussion led by A Peters, LU Vangheluwe, KM Delbeke

    17:50 - 18:20 WEPC2 - Managing priority substances under the Water Framework Directive - Monitoring, occurrence and EQS (WEPC2-1 to WEPC2-8)

    Discussion led by JH Munthe, PS Mikkelsen

  • CALCAS Symposium

    Towards LCSA, Life Cycle Sustainability Analysis: Interdisciplinary research strategies and lines for life cycle based analysis

    for sustainability governance

    Wednesday, 3 June 2009, 1