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2015 SETAC Southeastern Regional Chapter Meeting
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9/18/2015 to 9/19/2015
When: 9/18/2015

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2015 SETAC Southeastern Regional Chapter Meeting

18–19 September 2015

Presentations will be held at the University of West Florida. We will include a tour of the USEPA Pensacola Beach facility, in addition to the research presentations, a presentation from SETAC and time for social activities and a business meeting. Time permitting there will a trip to a local site of interest.

First Call for Abstracts

Abstracts should be 300 words or less and should follow the format of the sample abstract at the end of this announcement. Abstract submissions should be emailed as a Word document (.doc file) to Heather Sutton

Abstracts are due by 7 September.

Hotel Information

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Days Inn Pensacola Beach from 17–18 September. Cost for rooms is $167.20 plus tax per night. Please call to reserve your room and use the confirmation number 40435911 to get a room in the Southeastern SETAC block.

For reservations call 1-800-363-2297.

Days Inn Pensacola Beachfront
16 Via de Luna Dr.
Pensacola Beach, FL 32561

Rooms are held until 1 September.

Meeting Registration

  Current Members Nonmembers/Renewing Members 
Early Bird (By 1 Sept.)  $25  $50 
Regular (After 1 Sept.) $40  $65
Students (By 1 Sept.) $15 $25
Students (After 1 Sept.) $25 $35


Please send your check to our Treasurer:

Jeff Zuiderveen
Biology Department
Columbus State University
Columbus, GA  31907

Sample Abstract Submission

Abstracts should not exceed 300 words and should be emailed to hsutton@kennesaw.edu by 7 September.

Sutton, HD
Cole, JW

Key words: ionic liquids, phytotoxicity, Lemna gibba, Asclepias incarnata

Author to contact: Heather Sutton
Department of Biology and Physics
Kennesaw State University
1000 Chastain Road
Kennesaw, GA 30144

Preference: (note: select one): Poster or Platform

I do/do not wish to be judged for the best student paper award.

Toxicity of Imidazolium-Based Ionic Liquids to Wetland Plants.

Sutton, H.D. and J. Cole.  Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw GA

Ionic liquids (ILs) are organic salts which have properties that might make them desirable alternatives to common commercially used industrial solvents. etc.