2020 SETAC Presentations

2020 SETAC Presentations

Smithers scientists presented several posters and platforms during the SETAC North America 41st Annual Meeting, held virtually November 15-19, 2020. For more information about the research, you can download a PDF of the posters below. 

Poster Index: 

Toxicity test method development using a non-standard aquatic macrophyte species (Vallisneria americana)
Authors: C. Hedderig, A. Kirkwood, M. Bradley, with A. J. Jones, A. Samel, and T. Scown, FMC Corporation
Watch an overview from Chelsea Hedderig.

Use of Historical Data to Aid Interpretation of Abnormal Behaviors Observed in Conjunction With Body Mass Loss in Avian Oral Acute Toxicity Studies
Authors: K. Stanfield, T. Bean, A. Warmkessel, G. Rice
Watch an overview from Kelley Stanfield.

An Inherent Biodegradation Test Using a Modified OECD 301B Ready Biodegradation Test Design
Authors: S. McLaughlin, R. Brackett
Watch an overview from Sean McLaughlin.

Investigation of two different feeding methods in a chronic sediment study with Hyalella azteca
Co-Authors: B. Snow and M. Bradley, with T. Catron, BASF Corporation – Agricultural Solutions

How random is random when it comes to assigning birds to cages and treatment groups?
Authors: T. Bean, C. Riley, A. Ward
 

Platform presentations: 

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Challenges with Aquatic Ecotoxicology Testing and Analytical Confirmation of Poorly Water Soluble UVCBs
Presenter: M. Staggs

Avian reproductive toxicity tests – could we do more with less?
Presenter: T. Bean

Download a PDF of the poster:

Toxicity Test Method Development using a Non-standard Aquatic Macrophyte Species (Vallisneria americana)
Investigation of Two Different Feeding Methods in a Chronic Sediment Study with Hyalella azteca
Use of Historical Data to Aid Interpretation of Abnormal Behaviors Observed in Conjunction with Body Mass Loss in Avian Oral Acute Toxicity Studies
How Random is Random When It Comes to Assigning Birds to Cages and Treatment Groups?
An Inherent Biodegradation Test Using a Modified OECD 301B Ready Biodegradation Test Design

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