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ATTN: All environmental nerds! The Society for Environmental Geochemistry and Health (SEGH) Americas Section invites you to join us for two jam-packed days of presentations concerning “The Health of a Changing World”. This FREE virtual event will consist of 15-minute keynote talks (see below), 5-minute short talks, and roundtable question periods covering diverse issues related to elements, pollutants, and ecological/ecosystem health. Additionally, there will be end of day networking sessions to encourage informal chats and camaraderie, along with SEGH memberships + bragging rights given out to the top presenters.
This event is open to researchers of all career stages, and we especially encourage early career researchers to present their work. Come and join SEGH Americas for a diverse collection of presentations and networking opportunities.
23rd September 2021 1-4pm (CDT)
Session duration: 3hr session. The event will be hosted on Zoom.
Maria Armienta: Research Professor, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
“Arsenic and chromium in groundwater of Central Mexico. Identification of sources and alternatives to avoid population exposure”
Sally Entrenkin: Associate Professor, Entomology, Virginia Tech
“Salt effects on carbon quality and cycling across riparian-stream boundaries”
Iris Koch: Senior Analytical Manager, Royal Military College of Canada
“From health concerns to data quality: Investigations into an underperforming bioaccessibility standard reference material”
David Patch: PhD Candidate, Royal Military College of Canada
“Release and characterization of silver from commercial products”
Malcolm Siegel: Chair, Geology and Health Scientific Division, Geological Society of America
“Medical geologists on the team: New roles in exposure science and risk management”
Nicole Wagner: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Biology, Baylor University
“Acclimation to variable nitrogen:phosphorus ratios affects the ionome and physiology of a nitrogen fixing cyanobacteria”
Any questions can be sent to Clay Prater email@example.com