SETAC Globe - Environmental Quality Through Science
17 March 2016
Volume 17 Issue 2

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SETAC Journals Reviewer Rewards Recipients

Jen Lynch, SETAC Publications Manager

SETAC is pleased to recognize the following journal reviewers for their conscientious efforts to provide thorough reviews returned to the editorial offices in a timely manner. Their commentary to the authors has been helpful and insightful. Further, they have not just successfully reviewed a single paper but ten or more, and they have received complimentary membership in SETAC for a year. Thank you for your service to Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (ET&C) and Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (IEAM). The journal quality is better for it.

Ryan Prosser, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Aquatic Contaminants Research Division

Ryan PosserRyan Prosser received his Ph.D. in February 2015 from the University of Guelph. He is currently a NSERC postdoctoral fellow at the Aquatic Contaminants Research Division of Environment and Climate Change Canada. Prosser was recognized as an exceptional reviewer for ET&C in 2015 and awarded the ET&C Best Student Paper award in 2014. His research focuses on the effects of contaminated sediments on freshwater organisms.

Ian Oliver, Keele University, School of Physical & Geographical Sciences

Ian OliverIan Oliver is a lecturer at Keele University, with research interests in the behavior and fate of contaminants in terrestrial and aquatic environments, including metals, organic chemicals, nutrients and radioactive substances. He received the SETAC/ICA Chris Lee Award for Metals Research in 2006 and serves as a subject editor in ecotoxicology for ET&C.

The reviewer rewards program launched in January 2015. This early accomplishment is impressive. Learn more about the points program.

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