Events -

2018 Spring Meeting - Rowan University, Courtyard Marriott, Glassboro, NJ

Registration - $150 Regular, $75 Student

Ecosystem Services: What can the environment do for you?

The assessment of ecosystem services and the benefits nature provides to people, has become a focal point of regulatory strategy and risk assessment frameworks. Ongoing research into understanding and quantifying these services can greatly benefit entities involved in environmental regulation, land use planning, and the strategic deployment of resources. The benefits of ecosystem services are plentiful, and include fields of study such as nutrient cycling, biodegradation and bioremediation, habitat restoration, and wetland ecology. Remediation and restoration of contaminated or degraded sites can enhance ecosystem services in addition to decreasing risks to human health and the environment

We invite the members of our SETAC community to submit presentations on research and/or case studies involving the benefits our ecosystem provides us relating to environmental toxicology and chemistry.

Spring Meeting Menu

To submit a Speaker abstract click here.

To submit a Poster abstract click here.


Past Events -

The BOATHOUSE at Mercer Lake, West Windsor, NJ was the venue for the 2017 HDC SETAC Fall Workshop.

A Summer Evening Social was held on Thursday August 3, 2017 at Carlucci's Waterfront in Mt. Laurel, NJ.
Dr. Keith Cooper, Rutgers University, presented Our Current State of Knowledge Regarding Chronic Chemical Exposure and Genetic Selection in Teleosts. See Abstract

The 2017 Spring Meeting was held at Seton Hall University on Wednesday and Thursday, April 26-27, 2017.
To review abstracts and presentations click here.

For information on the 2016 Fall Meeting held on October 18 - 19, 2016 at the National Park Service Chapel on Sandy Hook, NJ - click here.

For information on the Fall Workshop held on October 7, 2015 in Princeton, NJ - click here

For information on the Evening Social - Wednesday January 20, 2016 in Hoboken, NJ - click here