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    • 摘要及论文提交:
      8月15日, 2017
    • 现场报到:
      10月19日, 2017
    • 会议日期:
      10月20-22日, 2017
    • 第一轮通知:
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    • 中国化学会环境化学专业委员会
    • 中国环境科学学会环境化学分会
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    • 浙江大学
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    • 浙江工业大学
    • 浙江工商大学
    • 浙江师范大学
    • 《环境化学》杂志
    • J. Environ. Sci.杂志

1. Oct 20, 2017, ACS on Campus
ACS on Campus is an initiative of the American Chemical Society dedicated to helping students, post-docs, and faculty members advance in their careers. We are bringing top ACS editors to NCEC2017 for an afternoon of discussion on preparing a manuscript, copyright and ethics, and the peer review process.
1:30-1:45 PM Introduction to ACS
1:45 PM – 2:30 PM Introduction to environmental chemistry journals at ACS Publications
2:30 – 3:15 PM Tips for Publishing
3:15 – 3:30 PM Break
3:30 – 4:00 PM Ethics in Publishing
4:00 – 4:45 PM Peer Review
4:45 – 5:00 PM Closing remarks

2. Oct 21, 2017, ACS Publications Forum
Editors from Environmental Science & Technology, Environmental Science & Technology Letters and ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering will all present in a one day symposium on their own research, spanning the full spectrum of environmental chemistry. The name, institute and oral topic were listed as following:


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Bruce E. Logan
Penn State University: Using expertise in environmental chemistry to advance technologies for electricity generation using renewable biomass, salinity gradient, and waste heat energy sources
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David Allen
The University of Texas at Austin: Air quality impacts of expanded natural gas production
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Daniel Giammar
Washington University in St. Louis: Oxidation of metals and metalloids by manganese oxides and by soluble Mn(III)
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Daniel Schlenk
University of California, Riverside: Biological and chemical activities of extracts from plastics collected from the North Pacific Gyre and plastics treated with UV-light
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David L. Sedlak
University of California, Berkeley: Unexpected Products from Radical Oxidation of Aromatic Contaminants
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Guibin Jiang
Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences,Chinese Academy of Sciences:Identifying new chemical pollutants in the Chinese environment
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Jennifer Field
Oregon State University: Using Past Lessons to Limit Future Environmental Impacts of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) in Aqueous Film-Forming Foams (AFFF)
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John C. Crittenden
Georgia Institute of Technology: A Comparison of Advanced Oxidation Processes
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Jorge Gardea
University of Texas at El Paso: Studies on the uptake, fate and transformation of nanoparticles in plants: what have we learned?.”
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Keri Hornbuckle
University of Iowa: Legacy versus Modern: Sources of PCBs and OH-PCBs to the Environment
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Pedro J. Alvarez
Rice University: Polyvalent Phages for Control of Multidrug-Resistant “Superbugs” (NDM-1 Positive) in Sewage Treatment Plants
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Shu Tao
Peking University: Filling data gaps for a better understanding of the impact of rural residential energy use in China
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Staci Simonich
Oregon State University: Combining chemistry, engineering, and toxicology to better understand remediation of PAH contaminated soils
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Susan Richarson
University of South Carolina: Does Granular Activated Carbon Filtration Make My Drinking Water Safer?
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T. David Waite
University of New South Wales: Recent advances in salt and contaminant removal from brackish waters by capacitive deionisation technologies
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Thomas Hofstett
Eawag: Using stable isotopes to track transformation processes of organic micropollutants
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Timothy J. Strathmann
Colorado School of Mines: Integrated bio-hydrothermal-catalytic pathways for optimum conversion of algal biomass and wastewater biosolids to liquid transportation fuels
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William Arnold
University of Minnesota: Linking spectral and structural features of natural organic matter to the photo-production of triplet excited states
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Wonyong Choi
Pohang University of Science and Technology: Environmental Chemical Processes in Frozen Solutions
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Xiang-dong Li
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University: A Century of Mercury Inputs to Chinese Marginal Seas