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As 2006, the First International Congress on Arsenic in the Environment, was held in Mexico City in 2006, focusing on “Natural Arsenic in Groundwaters of Latin America”. As a result of that event plans were made to hold a series of biennial congresses with rotating venues in different continents, continuing with the themes of the congress held in Mexico and also including aspects connected with toxicity and effects on health. These events would provide participants with an up-to-date, global view of the studies of this contaminant that have been carried out, on a multi- and interdisciplinary level. Hence the present announcement of the Second International Congress, As 2008, with the title “Arsenic from Nature to Humans”, which will be held in Valencia (Spain) from 21 to 23 May 2008.

Date: 21.05.2008 - 23.05.2008
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Valencia, Spain

Fundación Universidad-Empresa de Valencia – ADEIT
Plaza Virgen de la Paz, 3
46001 Valencia

Phone: 00 34 96 398 39 92/22
Fax: 00 34 96 96 398 39 36
E-mail: as2008@adeit.uv.es
website: http://www.adeit-uv.es/As2008valencia
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.adeit.uv.es⁄As2008valencia⁄index.php

The topics to be covered in the congress will be grouped under the following headings:

I.     Arsenic in Rocks, Soil, Groundwater and Air
II.    Human Exposure: Sources, Intakes and Bioavailability
III.   Arsenic Metabolism, Biomarkers and Mode of Action
IV.   Environmental Health Effects and Risk Assessment
V.    Arsenic Remediation
VI.   Assessment of Social and Economic Impacts


December 30,2007Submission of abstracts
February 15,2008Acceptance of contributions
March 15,2008Early registration at reduced fee
April 1,2008Cancellation of registration

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