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2007 National Forum on Contaminants in Fish



Posted at the request of the conference organizers.

Laura B.

2007 National Forum on Contaminants in Fish

Join your colleagues in Portland, ME July 23-26, 2007 to learn about the latest issues regarding chemical contaminants in fish at the 2007 National Forum on Contaminants in Fish.

Date: Monday, July 23 through Wednesday, July 26, 2007
Location: Holiday Inn By the Bay, 88 Spring Street, Portland, Maine 04101
Registration: To register for the Fish Forum, go to the 2007 Fish Forum Web site from: http://www.epa.gov/waterscience/fish/


Description: The 2007 Forum is jointly cosponsored by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. General topics for the 2007 Forum include: Sampling and Analysis/ Emergent contaminants, Risk Communication, Risk Assessment / Toxicology/ Chemical Profiles, Risk Management, Health Benefits, and Biomonitoring.

Who Should Attend: Health and environmental officials from state, tribal, and federal agencies and others interested in presenting and discussing issues related to assessing and managing potential health risks associated with dietary exposure to bioaccumulative chemical contaminants in fish.

Call for Posters: The Poster Session, which is scheduled to open on the evening of Monday, July 23, and during the meeting breaks, will give participants a chance to meet with their peers to informally discuss current topics. If you have an idea for a poster, please send us an abstract (to snw@rti.org) no later than June 1. You can obtain additional information about the poster session on the conference Web site listed above.

Please see the Fish Forum Web site: http://www.epa.gov/waterscience/fish/

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Laura L. Barnes
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listman@wmrc.uiuc.edu
(217) 333-8957 lbarnes@wmrc.uiuc.edu


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