Call for Abstracts

The theme of this year's conference is Hitting Reset. The NEMC Steering Committee is inviting abstracts for oral or poster presentations in these specific topic areas:

  1. Academic Research Topics in Environmental Measurement and Monitoring
  2. Advances in Field Sampling and Measurement
  3. Advances in High Resolution Mass Spectrometry and Its Emerging Environmental Applications
  4. Air Monitoring, Methods, and Technology
  5. Analyzing Microplastics in the Environment: Striving to Better Assess Occurrence, Fate and Effects
  6. Best Management Practices for Environmental Laboratories
  7. Citizen Science in Environmental Monitoring
  8. Collaborative Efforts to Improve Environmental Monitoring
  9. Crafting Consensus Methods for Environmental Sampling and Measurement
  10. Data Quality, Management, and Review
  11. Drinking Water
  12. Environmental Forensics
  13. Environmental Sensors and Instrumentation
  14. EPA After the First Half Century
  15. Identifying and Combatting Inappropriate Laboratory Practices
  16. Instrumentation Focus: LCMS
  17. Laboratory Informatics
  18. Laboratory Statistics
  19. Lessons Learned from the Pandemic
  20. Metals Analysis and Remediation
  21. New Organic Monitoring Techniques
  22. Operational Issues Impacting the Environmental Laboratory Industry
  23. Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in the Environment
  24. Public and Private Environmental/Public Health Laboratory Partnerships
  25. SARS CoV-2 Wastewater Testing - State of the Science
  26. Shale Oil and Gas

Please provide your abstract by February 1, 2021. Abstracts received after the deadline are not guaranteed to be reviewed due to the number of available time slots and the high number of quality and timely submissions received.

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