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This Conference is a continuation of the very successful ICOBTE series. Recent ICOBTE conferences were held in Australia (2005), China (2007), Mexico (2009), Italy (2011) and USA (2013). As with past conferences, ICOBTE 2015 will offer an excellent opportunity for professionals and students in academic and industrial fields to come together and exchange current information on topics related to the biogeochemistry of trace elements.
ICOBTE 2015 will also include special sessions on trace element issues of particular relevance to Japan, including cadmium, mercury and radioactive element contamination. Japan experienced historical mercury contamination and Minamata disease in the past.

Date: 11.07.2015 - 15.07.2015
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Fukuoka International Congress Center, Fukuoka, Japan
Contact: ICOBTE 2015 Secretariat:
c/o ISS, INC
Mita MT Bldg. 8F, 3-13-12 Mita
Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-0073 Japan
TEL: +81-3-6369-9984
FAX: +81-3-3453-1180
E-mail: icobte2015@issjp.com
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.icobte2015.org⁄

Main Themes of the Conference:
  •     Trace element biogeochemistry and environmental sustainability
  •     Natural abundance and behavior of trace elements in the environments
  •     Trace element contamination, environmental and human health impacts
  •     Advances in toxicology and risk assessment
  •     Regulatory and policy dimensions of trace element contamination
  •     Advances in remediation technologies for trace element contaminated sites
  •     New techniques to study the fate of trace elements in the environment
  •     Heavy metal and radioactive element contamination
  •     Transnational transport of trace elements and pollutants


January 29,2015Submision of abstracts

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