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Member $355 $185
Student Member $115 $65
Nonmember $385 $225
Nonmember Student $125 $75
Developing Country/ Recent Grad Member $115 $65

Morning Half-day Courses

Sunday 9 November 8:00am–12:00pm

PT01 – Linking Invertebrate Field Data and Pesticide Exposure Using the SPEAR Approach
PT02 – Remote Sensing for Environmental Applications and Risk Assessments
PT03 – Nothing Simple Is Easy: Intersection of Policy, Technology, Economics and the Environment
PT04 – Practical Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS)

Afternoon Half-day Courses

Sunday 9 November 1:00–5:00pm

PT05 - Hydraulic Fracturing – An Industry Perspective on the Facts, Risks and Actions
PT06 – Achieving Scientific Integrity in Federal Research – Lessons from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
PT07 - Resumes, Interviewing, Networking: How to Become Employed in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Jobs
PT08 - Mercury–Selenium Interactions: A Review of Biochemical Mechanisms, Bioaccumulation Effects and Toxicity Considerations
PT09 - Beyond Ecological Risk Assessment: Fully Integrated Assessment

Full-day Courses

Sunday 9 November 8:00am–5:00pm

PT10 - The Endocrine System: Global Perspectives on Testing Methods and Evaluation of Endocrine Activity
PT11 - Activity- and Fugacity-Based Risk Assessment of Industrial Chemicals
PT12 - Applications of Population Biology to Ecological Risk Assessments
PT13 - Statistical Methods in Ecotoxicology Using R
PT14 – Statistical Issues in the Design and Analysis of Ecotoxicity Experiments