Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC)
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Provide a forum for individuals and institutions engaged in: study of environmental issues; management and conservation of natural resources; environmental education; environmental research and development. Balance interests of academia, business and government.
Events2022-11-13 | Pittsburgh, PA USA – Annual North America Meeting
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SETAC World Council (SWC), comprising President, Immediate Past President, Vice President and Secretary-Treasurer of each geographical unit. Executive Director and a number of representatives Geographic Units (4), each with its own administration: K-XE3522 - SETAC Asia/Pacific (SETAC AP); E-XE3521 - Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Europe (SETAC Europe); K-XK2349 - SETAC Latin America; SETAC North America. Committees (14): Awards and Fellowship; Education; Elections/Nominations; Finance; Government Affairs; International Affairs; Long-Range Planning; Meetings; Membership; Publications; Publications Advisory Council; Regional Chapters; Short Course; Technical.
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