Download abstract template
The authors must indicate in the abstract if they want the communication to be in the form of a poster or oral communication. Once all abstracts are collected, the authors will be informed of the final selection as a poster or as an oral communication.
Abstract deadline: April 24th
The maximal number of abstracts accepted per registration will be three.
The Ibero-American Society of Environmental Pollution and Toxicology announces the award for the best communication presented at the 11th Iberian Congress and 8th Ibero-American Congress on Environmental Pollution and Toxicology by a young researcher. This award is sponsored by the Luis de Camoens Chair of the Carlos III University of Madrid.
Instructions for oral presentation:
· It has been allotted 15 minutes - including discussion - for each presentation. The Session Chair has been instructed to require all speakers to adhere to this limit. Plan for 12 minutes for the presentation and 3 minutes for discussion.
· The period to upload the presentation comprises from the day before until 20 minutes before the start of the session.
· Electronic PowerPoint or PDF presentations are the only accepted medium for the oral presentations.
Instructions for poster presentation:
· Poster orientation should be portrait, not landscape.
· Poster size should be A0 (841 mm x 1189 mm).
· Minimum font size for all text: 18 pt.
· Text and graphics must be readable from 2 meters away.
A special issue of the journal Science of the Total Environment (STOTEN) will be published with articles selected from the presentations of the congress, giving preference to oral communications. The deadline for a first submission of the authors indicating their interest is scheduled for September 1. The emails of the guess editors will be available in a few weeks for the initial sending of a title, list of authors and abstract.
CICTA 2018 SIENTIFIC SESSIONS
1. Biomarkers, biomonitoring and ecological risk.
2. How to address biological complexity: the -omics technologies.
3. Endocrine disrupters and obesogens.
4. Nanomaterials, microplastics and emerging compounds.
5. Animal replacement for an efficient environmental assessment.
6. Aquaculture and the environment.
7. Oceans and human health (contamination, warming, acidification, global change).
8. Soil and sediment pollution; soil microbioma alterations.
9. Atmospheric pollution.
10. Remediation. Bioremediation.
11. Environmental chemistry and exposure assessment (analysis, monitoring, fate and modeling).
12. Hazard assessment of chemicals and mixtures.
13. Metal(loid) ecotoxicology and environmental safety.
14. Socioeconomic, political and regulatory aspects in ecotoxicology.
15. Residue management and recycling technologies.