Check out the list of sessions being offered at CEW 2023.
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1. Ecotoxicology of tire and road wear particles and related contaminants – where are we 3 years after the identification of 6PPD-quinone?
2. Plastic pollution in terrestrial and aquatic environments – fate, impacts and management strategies
3. Tackling the challenge of understanding ecological effects of per and polyfluoroalkyl substances
4. Incorporating Indigenous perspectives into environmental management: the importance of two-eyed seeing
5. Latest advances in fate and effects of metals in the natural environment
6. Mining and the environment
7. Advancements in biogeochemistry, environmental fate, ecotoxicology and environmental management of selenium
8. Exposure, accumulation and effects of radionuclides
9. Exposure, effects, and risk assessment of pesticides in the environment
10. Living Laboratories – Advancing sustainable production practices in Canadian agriculture
11. Emerging contaminants in wastewater effluents: exposure, effects, and possible environmental risk
12. Mechanistic ecotoxicology: Integrating biochemical, physiological, and ecological responses
13. ‘Omics in ecotoxicology: predictive and diagnostic applications
14. Pollution’s power play: effects of contaminants on metabolism and energetics
15. New methods and novel approaches for assessing and monitoring environmental contaminant mixtures or individual priority substances
16. From lab to nature: applying environmental relevance to standardized toxicity testing
17. Wildlife ecotoxicology: exposure, accumulation, and effects
18. Environmental DNA (eDNA): research and applications to assess biodiversity and supporting aquatic ecosystem health management
19. Incorporating climate change into risk assessments: challenges and opportunities
20. The effects of contaminants in a changing climate
21. Inspiring Science in the Capital - Investigation, Integration, and Implementation
22. General Ecotoxicology: Soil, Sediment, Water, Air, and Biota