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Demonstration Farms Partnership Field Day and Conservation Expo

Location: Trivoli, IL

Dates: August 28, 2015

Waterborne is excited to be sponsoring and participating in a Demonstration Farms Partnership Field Day and Conservation Expo on August 28, 2015 from 9am to 1pm in the Peoria, IL area. Waterborne has been working with the IL Council on Best Management Practices to provide monitoring and analysis support for nitrate load quantification from subsurface tile… Read More>

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Waterborne is excited to be sponsoring and participating in a Demonstration Farms Partnership Field Day and Conservation Expo on August 28, 2015 from 9am to 1pm in the Peoria, IL area. Waterborne has been working with the IL Council on Best Management Practices to provide monitoring and analysis support for nitrate load quantification from subsurface tile drains. This monitoring is focused on the role of cover crops as related to state efforts to address nitrogen loss reduction strategies. Other participants include University of IL cover crop specialists, IL Fertilizer and Chemical Association, and local field cooperators and managers. The Field Day and Conservation Expo will be held rain or shine at the George Roberts Farm, 1800 South Texas Road, Trivoli, IL and will be a free event.

250th ACS National Meeting & Exposition

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Dates: August 15-20, 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… Read More>

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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.

 

19th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference

Location: Bethesda, MD

Dates: July 14 - 16, 2015

The 19th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference (GC&E), will be held July 14-16, 2015 in the Washington DC area. As the longest running green chemistry conference in the United States, GC&E invites scientists, decision-makers, students, and advocates to come together, compare findings, and discuss the science of the future. Share your research with an… Read More>

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The 19th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference (GC&E), will be held July 14-16, 2015 in the Washington DC area. As the longest running green chemistry conference in the United States, GC&E invites scientists, decision-makers, students, and advocates to come together, compare findings, and discuss the science of the future. Share your research with an engaged audience of your peers from around the world; learn from scientific trailblazers who are designing more sustainable chemistries and processes; find out how green innovations are inspiring new businesses and product lines.

With three days of programming, the GC&E conference will feature 30 technical sessions, a poster session, green exhibit hall, and keynotes lectures. Special features include the GC&E Student Workshop held on July 13th, a Careers Workshop, and the 5th Annual ACS GCI Roundtable Poster Reception.

70th Annual Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) Conference

Location: Greensboro, NC

Dates: July 26 - 29, 2015

The 70th Annual Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) Conference will provide a forum to celebrate past conservation accomplishments as well as share and promote science-based knowledge on critical, current issues facing soil, water, and environmental sustainability. This year’s conference will take place in North Carolina, the home state of Hugh Hammond Bennett, which provides… Read More>

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The 70th Annual Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) Conference will provide a forum to celebrate past conservation accomplishments as well as share and promote science-based knowledge on critical, current issues facing soil, water, and environmental sustainability. This year’s conference will take place in North Carolina, the home state of Hugh Hammond Bennett, which provides a unique combination of conservation history and Southern hospitality. Already an active soil scientist in the years prior to the Dust Bowl, Bennett witnessed first-hand the social and environmental devastation of significant erosion. His nation called on him to help stem the tide of its worst environmental disaster by implementing soil saving practices in the Great Plains and beyond. Hugh Hammond Bennett later helped found the Soil and Water Conservation Society and led the charge of identifying and applying sound science in pursuit of conserving soil and water resources. With the same mission today, even greater natural resource challenges are met in the midst of climate change and increasing populations. The path paved by Bennett’s efforts and example provides a solid foundation, and conservationists must strive to continually improve the use and preservation of resources to build a sustainable future. One way the SWCS is moving forward on current environmental challenges is by incorporating the former National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) National Water Conference into the International Annual Conference, which will increase collaborative opportunities for land-grant based scientists and educators engaged in water issues. SWCS welcomes this addition to the already diverse audience and the enhancement it will provide to all conference participants.

Event program: http://www.swcs.org/documents/filelibrary/15ac/swcs_prelim_program_2015_FINAL_5EE39600EE5E6.pdf

2015 Esri User Conference

Location: San Diego, CA

Dates: July 20 - 24, 2015

The Esri UC is your event to meet Esri’s software developers, technical and training staff, and customer service support teams. Learn tips and tricks from other Esri users who are located all over the world, in more industries than you can imagine. View maps. Play with apps, listen to presentations, visit solution providers, network with your peers and meet new friends. There is something for everyone.

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The 2015 Esri User Conference is theevent to meet Esri’s software developers, technical and training staff, and customer service support teams. Learn tips and tricks from other Esri users who are located all over the world, in more industries than you can imagine. View maps. Play with apps, listen to presentations, visit solution providers, network with your peers and meet new friends. There is something for everyone.

2015 AIM

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

Dates: July 26 – 29, 2015

ASABE 2015 presents a forum to expand awareness of current industry trends, promote and acknowledge innovations in design and technology, and provide opportunities for professional development – all with a focus on the economic, political and societal impacts facing the industry. Join us for 4 days this summer in exciting city of New Orleans!

IFT Annual Meeting & Food Expo

Location: Chicago, IL

Dates: July 11-15, 2015

Get a first-hand look at the latest trends, the newest products, and the most recent innovations driving food science, and meet the people leading these advances — more than 20,000 top food science and technology professionals from more than 90 countries, representing the most prominent organizations in the global food sector. Join us to discover the industry’s best science, strategies, and solutions to inform your work and improve your business.

IUPAC Latin American Pesticide Residue Workshop

Location: Santiago, Chile

Dates: May 10-13, 2015

The Latin American Pesticide Residue Workshop is a biannual forum for discussion in which different concepts and future developments are presented on pesticide residue in food and the environment. Four successful workshops have previously been hosted, starting in Santa María, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil (2007), followed by Santa Fe, Argentina… Read More>

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The Latin American Pesticide Residue Workshop is a biannual forum for discussion in which different concepts and future developments are presented on pesticide residue in food and the environment. Four successful workshops have previously been hosted, starting in Santa María, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil (2007), followed by Santa Fe, Argentina (2009), Montevideo, Uruguay (2011), and Bogotá, Colombia (2013).

This fifth edition, to take place in Santiago de Chile on 10-13 May, 2015, will bring together renowned professionals from the academia, farming and livestock industry, agribusiness, feed distributors, agrochemical sector, analysis laboratories and government agencies responsible for the control and regulation of pesticide residue in food and the environment, as well as representatives and distributors of prestigious national and international companies of analytical equipment, materials and devices related to pesticide analysis.

SETAC Europe 25th Annual Meeting

Location: Barcelona, Spain

Dates: May 3-10, 2015

Environmental protection in a multi-stressed world: challenges for science, industry and regulators. The innovative use of chemicals and nanomaterials in new technologies, industry and agriculture challenges many aspects of the ecosystem functioning of the global environment. However, these new technologies and materials also offer opportunities to remediate or minimise these anthropogenic insults. Finding innovative solutions… Read More>

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Environmental protection in a multi-stressed world: challenges for science, industry and regulators.

The innovative use of chemicals and nanomaterials in new technologies, industry and agriculture challenges many aspects of the ecosystem functioning of the global environment. However, these new technologies and materials also offer opportunities to remediate or minimise these anthropogenic insults. Finding innovative solutions to environmental problems is ever more important in the current economic scenario. For SETAC, this is a challenge we relish. This international conference brings together experts from government, industry, consultancy and academia to meet this challenge. The conference will focus on the most recent advances in environmental sciences and will provide platforms for implementing this knowledge, for improving the protection of our environment and to shape policies from current viewpoints to future needs.

SETAC Pellston Workshop on Environmental Mixtures

Location: Valencia, Spain

Dates: March 23-27, 2015

Over the past 10-15 years, there has been an increased emphasis on the monitoring of “emerging or trace organic contaminants” leading to long lists of chemicals observed in the field and open questions regarding the potential of their combined effects. Several major studies have investigated the potential combinatory effects of these chemicals within the context… Read More>

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Over the past 10-15 years, there has been an increased emphasis on the monitoring of “emerging or trace organic contaminants” leading to long lists of chemicals observed in the field and open questions regarding the potential of their combined effects. Several major studies have investigated the potential combinatory effects of these chemicals within the context of other, non-chemical, stressors via field studies, a.k.a. eco-epidemiology. These studies have provided frameworks that guide investigators through large and highly complicated datasets by reducing complexity and providing recommendations for appropriate management action. While these frameworks have clearly advanced environmental science, risk assessment and potential management, they remain elusive for most stakeholders. In essence, they appear to be too complicated for verification and forecasting for risk managers.

There is a need for testable frameworks that simplify the complexities of assigning causality and provides tools that can be used for forecasting risks based on potential exposure scenarios. This 5 day SETAC Pellston international workshop will address this need by exploring whether the complexities of diverse potential exposure-responses can be simplified into exposure scenarios. Participants in the workshop will address the scientific underpinnings of mixture toxicity and help refine and simplify these per exposure scenario. It is expected that retrospective methods can be used to test the veracity of these decision criteria and then be flipped to forecast the potential effects of chemical mixtures.

A key output from the workshop will be guidance on how generalized decision trees can be used in forecasting where chemical exposure may represent a potential concern.