2012 Aquatic Macrophyte Ecotoxicology Group Annual Report
Aims and scope
The SETAC Advisory Group AMEG (Aquatic Macrophyte Ecotoxicology Group) was established in June 2009 to provide guidance on all aspects of aquatic macrophyte testing in the laboratory and field as well as the use of macrophyte data in the risk assessment of chemicals. This group accomplishes these goals by serving as a forum for communication, co-operation, scientific discussion and collaboration between scientists in academia, business and government.
Within AMEG, we consider aquatic macrophytes to include all freshwater and saltwater higher plants as well as macroalgae species. These include emergent, floating-leaved, free-floating, and submerged forms of hydrophytes, amphiphytes and helophytes.
The objectives of AMEG are to provide:
How to become a member of AMEG?
SETAC members and non-members can become a member of the AG by expressing their interest on their SETAC profile or by contacting the chair or co-chair.
For more information?
More information about AMEG can be found on the other pages of this website ("Group Pages") or by contacting the chair Gertie Arts (Gertie.Arts@wur.nl) or the co-chair Mark Hanson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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