ATW 2014 Session Topics

We have had an incredible response from the ATW community, and now boast a Scientific Program as long as winter on the East Coast. Be sure to note sessions that challenge the “A” out of its alphabetical dominance, and check out wildlife, amphibian, soil and sediment sessions. Put the “W” back in ATW by participating in or attending one of the interactive sessions planned for this year. Or discover who is pushing the research and regulatory frontiers with sessions on adverse outcome pathways, Omics, nanotox and critical effect sizes.

The following session topics reflect the ATW 2014 Conference Theme: Evolving Science In Changing Times.

Click on a session title below to see the session description or click here to download all the session decriptions.

Platform / Poster Session Topics:

  • Assessing Wildlife Ecotoxicology
  • Sediment and Soil Toxicity Method Development and their Application
  • Amphibian Models for Ecotoxicological Research and Regulatory Applications
  • Northern Development: Simple Systems, Complex Challenges
  • Information on the Fate of Contaminants in the Aquatic Environment – Are Toxicity Data Useless Without It?
  • Metal Mining
  • Fate and Effects of Pulp and Paper Mill Effluents
  • Chemical and Biological Effects of Data Poor Metals and Metal Mixtures
  • Municipal Wastewater Effluent Impacts and Remediation
  • Industrial Effluents
  • Nanotoxicology: Molecular Mechanisms to Ecosystem Impacts
  • Unconventional Oil and Gas
  • Risk Assessment and the Nuclear Fuel Cycle
  • Adverse Outcome Pathways: Linking Toxicity-Related Molecular and Cellular Responses with Physiology and Ecology
  • Predictive Ecotoxicology: Development and Validation of New Tools to Characterize and Prioritize Chemical Hazards Across Fish and Wildlife
  • Omics Science in Support of Effects Based Monitoring
  • Developing Critical Effect Sizes as Triggers for Long Term Monitoring Programs
  • Moving Beyond Toxicity and Use Protection in Water Quality Management
  • Advances in Aquatic Toxicology

Interactive Poster Session Topic:

  • Behavioral Analysis in Toxicology Research and as Biological Early Warning Systems (BEWS) for Environmental Monitoring

Abstract Submission for ATW 2014 is Now Open!

Go to http://www.confmanager.com/main.cfm?cid=2762 to submit an abstract.

Click here to view instructions on preparing a platform presentation.

Click here to view instructions on preparing a poster or an interactive poster presentation.


If you require further information regarding these sessions, please contact any one of our Scientific Program committee members:

Travel justification letter for ATW 2014.