Cardno experts deliver several presentations at 2018 Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Conference
Cardno is proud to contribute seven technical paper’s at the 39th Annual Meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Conference next week in Sacramento, CA, USA.
Cardno presenters include Practice Group Manager Steven Bartell, PhD, Program Manager Jody Kubitz, PhD, Senior Staff Scientist Emily Merickel, Senior Consultant Jeff Wakefield, PhD, and Senior Consultant Jessie Webber. The presentations are:
- Is cardiomyopathy a more sensitive mode of action than narcosis for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons?
- Setting a species-specific population model in the context of an aquatic food web model: A case example for the Topeka shiner.
- Combining an individual-based model and an aquatic food web-ecosystem model to assess ecological risks: A case study with the Endangered Topeka shiner.
- Making sense of oil spill model results for the near surface water column: extended capabilities in assessing ecological risks and damages to natural resources of the Chemical/Oil Spill Impact Module (COSIM).
- Polar hydrocarbons within surface water column following an oil spill.
- Modeling the photo-enhanced toxicity of organic compounds at the sea surface requires a dual dose approach.
- Use of Hydrocarbon Blocks for modeling the transport, fate and exposure of complex mixtures such as crude oils.
A summary of each of the seven papers is available.
Cardno is a proud and long-term Sustaining Member of SETAC, contributing to science’s study of stressors, chemicals, and technology on the environment.
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