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Global Interest Groups: Ecotox Amphibs and Reptiles
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Chair
Catherine Aubee

Welcome

Participation in this interest group (IG) is open to all interested parties. If you are not already a member, make sure you are signed in to your SETAC account then click "Join Group” near the top of this page.

We are interested in getting representation from Latin America and Africa. If you would like to be involved on the steering committee please contact Catherine Aubee.

Mission and Scope

Ecotoxicology of Amphibians and Reptile IG exists to serve as a scientific resource to all stakeholders interested in the ecotoxicology of amphibians and reptiles.
Scientific coverage of EARAG includes all fields pertinent to the study of amphibians and reptiles,
including the effective environmental risk assessment and management of species occurring in a wide range of habitats worldwide.

Annual Reports

2016 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report 

2014 Annual Report

Scope and Purpose 2012

Minutes

Minutes from the 2015 SETAC NA Meeting in Salt Lake City

Minutes from the 2015 SETAC Eu Meeting in Barcelona

Minutes from the 2014 SETAC EU Meeting in Basel

Minutes from the 2013 SETAC NA Meeting in Nashville

Minutes from the 2013 SETAC EU Meeting in Glasgow

Steering Committee

Asia/Pacific:
Noppadon Kitana (Academia)

Europe:
Tina Grimm (Industry)
Peter Sowig (Industry)

North America:
Chrisopher Salice (Academia)
Catherine Aubee (Govt) - Current Chair
Christine Bishop (Govt)
Scott Weir (Academia)
Scott Glaberman (Academia)
Paula Henry (Govt)
John Brausch (Industry)
Stacey Lance (Academia)

South America:
Julie Brodeur (Govt)

Related Group News

Seeking Nominations for IEAM Editorial Board Members 2019-2021
Posted in SETAC Journals, Thursday, August 30, 2018

Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (IEAM) is seeking nominations for editorial board members for a three-year term from 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2021.  The ... more »

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