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Exponent Presenting at SETAC

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November 10, 2011




In our client work, we strive to bring practical yet innovative scientific approaches to solving difficult technical problems. As part of this effort, we also exchange ideas with our colleagues in the field and publish our results, whenever appropriate.

The 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC), November 13–17, 2011 in Boston is an important venue and we are pleased to share the list of presentations that Exponent scientists will be presenting or co-authoring. Session topics include:

Chaired Sessions

  • The Role of Ecology in Developing Ecological Production Functions for Ecosystem Services Assessment
  • Deepwater Horizon Special Symposium
  • Environmental Forensics
  • Dioxins, Furans, and Dioxin-Like Compounds: Current Developments in Chemistry, Toxicology and Policy

Platform Sessions
  • Results of a One-Year Fish Consumption Survey in Alabama
  • Monitoring the Efficacy and Potential Environmental Effects of In situ Remediation
  • Deepwater Horizon Long-Term Monitoring Study Shows Continuing Depletion of PAH in Oil and Sediment Samples from MC252-Impacted Areas
  • Laboratory Measurements of Dissolved and Droplet PAHs in MC252 Oil-Water-Dispersant Mixtures Inform Partitioning After Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
  • A Multi-Site Model to Estimate the Toxicity of PAH-Contaminated Sediments at MGP Sites
  • Integrated Environmental Benefit Analysis of Sediment Remediation Thresholds
  • Tracking Sources of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) to Newark Bay Sediments Using Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF)
  • Before-After-Control-Impact Study of Changes in Contaminants in Winter Flounder, Lobster, and Caged Mussels in Massachusetts and Boston Harbor
  • Procedures for Derivation of Site-Specific Equilibrium Partitioning Sediment Benchmarks for the Protection of Benthic Organisms: Nonionic Organics

Poster Sessions
  • Guidance for a Weight-of-Evidence Approach to Ecological Risk Assessments in British Columbia
  • Multi-Disciplinary and Multi-Scale Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Response
  • The First International Environmental Decision by The World Court on Paper Mill Impacts
  • Standardization of Wildlife Toxicity Reference Values Proves Elusive
  • Using Web-Based Tools for Data and Project Management
  • A Decision Framework and Model to Assess Ecosystem Services at Three Military Installation Sites
  • Relationships of Fluorescence, Dissolved Oxygen, and Analytical Chemistry Measurements as Indicators of MC252 Oil in the Gulf of Mexico Water Column
  • Distribution and Fate of PAH and Chemical Dispersants in the Water Column Following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
  • Degradation Patterns of High Molecular Weight PAHs Provide Evidence of Photolysis in Surfaced MC252 Crude Oil
  • Managing Risks: Will Banning Pavement Sealers Have the Desired Effect?
  • Toxicity of Decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5) to Aquatic and Terrestrial Environments
  • Considerations for Assessing the Status of Ecosystem Services Following the 2007 Grass Valley Wildland Fire: Thinking Historically
  • Evaluating the Impact of Dispersed Oil from the MC252 Deepwater Horizon Incident Based on Laboratory Studies of Field-Collected Water and Sediment