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250th ACS National Meeting & Exposition

July 11, 2015


The 250th ACS National Meeting is just around the corner. Waterborne has several presentations this year that showcase some of our innovative projects happening in the veterinary medicine industry, crop protection industry, agriculture & food industry and the industrial chemical industry. We’re primarily in the Agrochemical Division, but we do have one presentation in the Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry this year!

Here’s a preview of our upcoming presentations:

Sunday August 16, 2015

AGRO 39: Geospatial technologies for characterizing veterinary medicine exposure in the watershed and placing exposure into context

  • Presented by: Joshua Amos
  • Session: Latest Trends in Environmental Fate and Exposure Assessments: Filling in Knowledge and Data Gaps Across the Commodity Groups
  • Time: 1:30 – 1:55pm
  • Location: Arlington Room, Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers

AGRO 41: Higher-tier surface water exposure modeling approach at watershed scale of veterinary pharmaceuticals administered to beef cattle

  • Presented by: Ishadeep Khanijo
  • Session: Latest Trends in Environmental Fate and Exposure Assessments: Filling in Knowledge and Data Gaps Across the Commodity Groups
  • Time: 2:20 – 2:45pm
  • Location: Arlington Room, Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers

Monday August 17, 2015

AGRO 139: Potential impact of modeling assumptions and uncertainties on drinking water concentrations predicted by PRZM-GW for crops and turf

  • Presented by: Ishadeep Khanijo
  • Session: Environmental Fate, Transport and Modeling of Agricultural Chemicals
  • Time: 1:55 – 2:20pm
  • Location: White Hill Room, Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers

Wednesday August 19, 2015

AGRO 253: How can product usage inform pesticide exposure assessments? Examples of the use of AgroTrak® and CA Pesticide Use Reporting data

  • Waterborne Author: Chris Holmes
  • Session: Development of More Efficient Pesticide Exposure Screening Informed by Fate, Usage, and Monitoring Data
  • Time: 8:05 – 8:30am
  • Location: Arlington Room, Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers

I&EC 86: Characterization of HFO-1233zd (E) leaching potential using numerical simulation

  • Presented by: Michael Mrozik
  • Session: General Papers
  • Time: 8:30 – 8:50am
  • Location: Pacific Ballroom H – Renaissance Boston Waterfront

AGRO 255: Evaluation of time-dependent sorption of pesticide in soil using parameters generated from lab data

  • Presented by: Mark Cheplick
  • Session: Development of More Efficient Pesticide Exposure Screening Informed by Fate, Usage, and Monitoring Data
  • Time: 8:55 – 9:20am
  • Location: Arlington Room, Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers

AGRO 308: Streamlining refined aquatic exposure estimation for agricultural uses by understanding the significance and limitations of standard Tier II assumptions

  • Presented by: Amy Ritter
  • Session: Development of More Efficient Pesticide Exposure Screening Informed by Fate, Usage, and Monitoring Data
  • Time: 1:30 – 1:55pm
  • Location: Arlington Room, Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers

Thursday August 20, 2015

AGRO 355: Probability of multiple applications having the same wind speed and key meteorological parameters and the resulting impact on pesticide loadings and exposure

  • Presented by: Amy Ritter
  • Session: Spray Application Technology
  • Time: 10:55 – 11:20am
  • Location: Whittier Room, Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers

See our complete list of ACS Conference Presentations_Waterborne Environmental >>

About the 250th ACS National Meeting & Exposition:

ACS organizes two national meetings & expositions each year, and each one attracts an estimated 11,000 to 13,000 chemists, chemical engineers, academicians, graduate and undergraduate students, and other related professionals. During the meeting, scientists present new multidisciplinary research, hear the latest information in their areas of professional interest, and network with colleagues. Programming is planned by our 33 technical divisions that cover all scientific fields, secretariats that focus on multidisciplinary programming, and ACS committees. Each meeting will feature more than 7,000 presentations organized into technical symposia that highlight important research advances.