Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (ET&C), published continuously since 1982, seeks original experimental or theoretical work that significantly advances understanding in environmental toxicology and chemistry and in hazard and risk assessment.
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (IEAM) since 2005 aims to bridge the gap between scientific research and its application in environmental decision-making, regulation, and management by focusing on collaborations among diverse disciplines.
Find more than 100 titles in the SETAC Store, offering in-depth reviews and critical appraisals on scientific subjects relevant to understanding the impact of chemicals and technology on the environment.
The electronic SETAC Globe and the SETAC News publish alternately every two weeks, reaching nearly 6,000 members and subscribers. The Globe features articles from advisory and student groups, regional chapters and branches, and geographic unit presidents and executive directors. The News highlights brief announcements and event notifications about upcoming meetings and other Society-related news.
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The SETAC MultiBrief tackles today’s most relevant issues in environmental toxicology and chemistry, gathered from sources such as The Associated Press, The New York Times, Financial Times and leading industry publications. Sign up today to stay informed of topics that impact biologists, chemists, engineers and researchers.
Top scientists share their expertise on hot topics, live, offering immediacy and interaction that's unique. Check out past and forthcoming SETAC webinars at setac.sclivelearningcenter.com.
SETAC's meetings have attracted thousands of abstracts from platform and poster presentations since 1980. We plan to offer access to free electronic versions of those collections soon.
For more than 30 years, SETAC workshops have brought together groups of renowned scientists to produce summaries that are valued by environmental scientists, engineers, regulators, and managers for their technical quality and comprehensive, state-of-the-science reviews.
TIPs provide succinct scientific discussions of important environmental issues, available for free download and distribution.