SETAC Globe - Environmental Quality Through Science
Message from the SETAC North America President
John Toll
John TollHow many professional societies are formed around the notion that we are here to listen to one another and serve? How many professional societies are dedicated to Environmental Quality Through Science®? There’s only one: SETAC.


14 December 2017
SETAC GlobeShare Your Story, Your Research, Your News
Bill Goodfellow and Tim Canfield
We invite you to submit articles to your SETAC Globe. The Globe offers you a monthly forum for your news outreach that is valued by over 5,000 members, as well as approximately 6,000 friends of SETAC. We are seeking articles that represent our readership’s geographic diversity and range of scientific expertise.

SETAC RomeEvents You Cannot Miss at SETAC Rome
Barbara Koelman, Rebecca Bundschuh and Delphine Delire
Mentor and networking opportunities abound at the SETAC Europe 28th Annual Meeting in Rome, Italy.

SETAC Minneapolis Session RecordingsGrateful for Session Recordings
Tamar Schlekat
Session recordings from the SETAC North America annual meeting are now available. Whether you missed the meeting completely, or there was simply too much going on, we’ve captured presentations for you to view at your leisure.

Jane StavelySenior Resource Group Spotlight: Jane Staveley
Matt Moore
This month, the Senior Resource Group highlights the accomplishments and career of Jane Staveley, Senior Managing Scientist at Exponent.

SETAC Minneapolis Session Summaries from SETAC Minneapolis

The recently concluded SETAC North America 38th Annual Meeting, which was held from 12–16 November 2017 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, was another successful meeting, attracting 1,812 delegates who could choose from 691 platform and 789 poster presentations. These session summaries provide examples of presentations and discussions during the meeting.

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IEAM 13:6Moving Forward with Learned Discourses at Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management
Richard Wenning
Peter M. Chapman, a Senior Editor at IEAM and the founding Editor of Learned Discourses, passed away in September 2017. Chapman envisioned Learned Discourses as a forum for the environmental science community – professionals and students alike – to share the progress of their research and opine on timely environmental issues. IEAM and the Society are committed to continue this vital feature with the same vigor and dedication that he devoted over his many years as the Chief Editor for this feature.

Bill Goodfellow and Tim CanfieldHoliday Wishes from the Staff of SETAC Globe
Bill Goodfellow and Tim Canfield
We wish each of our members and friends of SETAC a wonderful holiday season. Enjoy the time spent with family and friends and have a happy, healthy 2018. This issue is our last for 2017, giving us a chance to thank everyone who has made this a successful year for SETAC.

SETAC Europe Awards

Submit your volunteer application by 31 December for the SETAC Europe 28th Annual Meeting in Rome, Italy. Grant application opens 20 January. Registration opens 22 January. Apply for the SETAC Europe Awards by 31 January.

Submit a session proposal by 31 January for the 11th SETAC Asia-Pacific Meeting in Daegu, Korea.

Nominate a colleague for the SETAC Founders Award by 8 February and for the SETAC Fellows Award by 1 March.

Submit a poster abstract by 14 February for the SETAC North America Focused Topic Meeting: High-Throughput Screening and Environmental Risk Assessment in Durham, North Carolina.

Submit a session proposal by 21 February for the SETAC North America 39th Annual Meeting in Sacramento, California. Submit a training course proposal by 16 April. Become a meeting supporter.

Save the date for the 13th SETAC Europe Special Science Symposium, which will be held from 23–24 October in Brussels, Belgium.

IEAM is soliciting papers on “addressing resiliency in environmental impact assessment.” Submit your paper by 1 March for publication in July 2018.

In celebration of the holiday season, SETAC offices will be closed 25 December–1 January.

IEAM volume 13, issue 6What’s New in IEAM
Life cycle assessment case study: Tertiary treatment process options for wastewater reuse
Erwan Carré, Joana Beigbeder, Vincent Jauzein, Guillaume Junqua, Miguel Lopez-Ferber
Volume 13, Issue 6
ET&C cover 36:12What's New in ET&C
Bio-nano interface and environment: A critical review
Gerado Pulido-Reyes, Francisco Leganes, Francisca Fernández-Piñas, Roberto Rosal
Volume 36, Issue 12
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