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Organized jointly by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and The NELAC Institute (TNI), the 2013 Environmental Measurement Symposium is a combined meeting of the National Environmental Monitoring Conference (NEMC) and the Forum on Laboratory Accreditation. It is the largest conference focused on environmental measurements in North America. The conference brings together scientists and managers from federal and state agencies, the regulated community, academia, and laboratory and engineering support communities. NEMC features presentations, posters, training, exhibits, and networking opportunities. The 2013 Symposium will be at the Hyatt Regency on the Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas from August 5-9, 2013

Date: 05.08.2013 - 09.08.2013
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Hyatt Regency on the Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas
Contact: http://www.nemc.us/submit-contact.php
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.nemc.us⁄

Presenting at NEMC provides an opportunity to show the depth of your experience and your expertise in using new, more cost-effective monitoring approaches. You can also showcase new technologies to potential users, help improve the quality of the nation's environmental monitoring, and share solutions to monitoring obstacles. EPA encourages regulatory agencies, regulated entities, laboratories, and other members of the commercial and academic communities to present their work
The NEMC Steering Committee is inviting abstracts for oral or poster presentations in these specific topic areas:
  • Collaborative Efforts to Improve Environmental Monitoring;
  • Academic Research Topics in Environmental Measurement and Monitoring;
  • Laboratory Accreditation;
  • Topics in Drinking Water
  • Analysis of Metallic Species and Organometallics;
  • EPA Approval of Innovative Approaches to Monitoring
  • Field Measurements, Sensors, and In-Situ Monitoring;
  • Operational and Advocacy Issues Impacting the Environmental Laboratory Industry;
  • Current Topics in Microbiology;
  • Air Methods / Monitoring;
  • Contaminated Sediments;
  • Topics in Shale Gas Exploration;
  • Forensic Chemistry;
  • History of Environmental Monitoring;
  • Modeling, Mapping, and Geospatial Tools;
  • Advances in Sample Preparation and Clean-up;
  • Legal Defensibility of Data;
  • Indoor Air Quality;
  • Product Emission Testing;
  • Food Safety Measurements;
  • Source Emission Testing;
  • Fence Line Monitoring; and
  • Data Management.


February 11,2013Submission of abstracts
July 16,2013Early registration at reduced fee

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