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The 9th FECS Conference on Chemistry and the Environment will be held in the Convention Centre of Bordeaux from August 29th to September 1st. It will be organised by the Division of Chemistry and the Environment (DCE) of the FECS under the auspices of the Federation of European Chemical Societies and the French Chemical Society (SFC). The aim of this Conference is to bring together scientists from academia, private and governmental institutes to deal with integrated approaches in all the aspects of environmental chemistry, with particular interests on
« Behaviour of Chemicals in the Environment »

Date: 29.08.2004 - 01.09.2004
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Bordeaux, France
Contact: For Scientific aspect, contact Université Bordeaux I
351 cours de la Libération
33405 Talence cedex - FRANCE
Fax: +33 5 40 00 22 67
E-mail: dce9@lptc.u-bordeaux1.fr

For exhibition booth, hotel reservations and conference registration, contact CEB (Bordeaux Congress Centre):
Fax: +33 5 56 11 88 22
E-mail: mh.polski@bordeaux-expo.com
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄magnet.lptc.u-bordeaux.fr⁄DCE9⁄

Scientific program

The Conference will include invited plenary lectures, parallel sessions of oral presentations and poster sessions. A non-exhaustive list of major topics proposed for communications is given below.

Special DCE awards will be attributed to young scientists presenting oral and poster communications.


  • Sampling and Analytical Strategies
  • Bioaccumulation and Trophic Transfers
  • Biotic and Abiotic Transformations
  • Pollution , Prevention and Remediation/Green Chemistry
  • Environmental Monitoring and Modelling
  • Education in Environmental Chemistry

Short Courses

A selection of short courses will be offered prior to the conference on Sunday 29 August 2004. They will cover significant advances in environmental chemistry:

  • Metrology of Environmental Chemical Measurements
  • Reference Materials for Environmental Pollutant Measurements
  • Emission Inventories for Major Environmental Contaminants
  • Redox Processes in the Aqueous Environment and in Water Treatment
  • Toxicological Chemistry
  • Speciation Analyses to Improve Environmental Management
  • Education in Environmental Chemistry for Sustainability


April 15,2004Submission of abstracts
July 15,2004Reduced registration fee

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