International Association of Environmental Analytical Chemistry (IAEAC)
Association internationale de la chimie environnementale analytique
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1 Feb 1977, Basel (Switzerland), deriving from Annual Symposium on the Analytical Chemistry of Pollutants, first organized 1971, Halifax (Canada), subsequently Annual Symposium on Environmental Analytical Chemistry. Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code.
Support regular exchange of experience among experts in the analytical chemistry of pollutants and related areas; orient members on recent advances in the field; take issue on relevant problems of environmental analysis and on questions related to environmental protection and control; familiarize analytical chemists with environmental issues in a wider sense; provide a basis for interdisciplinary contacts with scientists in other areas.Available with paid subscription only.
Sponsors and cosponsors: courses; annual regular symposium (Europe and North America alternate years); LC/MS Montreux symposium; further series of symposia on sample handling for environmental and biological analysis, on metal compounds in environment and life and on chemistry and fate of pesticides (formerly workshop on chemistry and fate of modern pesticides and related pollutants); series of workshops on biosensors and biological techniques in environmental analysis and on soil residue analysis; additional seminars, workshops and courses on selected topics.
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