SETAC Science Digest 2019
Monday, January 13, 2020
SETAC Science Digest 2019: A Year in Brief
Thanks to our SETAC members, we had another phenomenal year advancing Environmental Quality Through Science®. Here are some of the highlights of what we accomplished in 2019. Many of the resources are available for free and can be shared with your friends and colleagues.
SETAC Science Communication
Our members communicated to other scientists and non-scientists about trending issues in a variety of ways.
Technical Issue Papers (TIPs) for Other Scientists
Science Briefs (Briefs) for Non-Scientists
Check the Science Corner for additional collated materials on trending issues.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry and Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management are proud to report improvements in their impact factors, large numbers of journal article downloads, widespread press coverage and several virtual issues on hot topics:
Virtual Issues on Hot Topics
Top Three Most Downloaded Articles
Research published in the SETAC journals has resulted in news coverage, social media shares and blog posts. Here are some highlights from 2019:
SETAC digitized several classic books this past year and made them available for free online. Additionally, we published a joint publication with the United Nations Environment Programme Life Cycle Initiative.
SETAC members developed policies and guidelines to reflect our values and to recommit to high standards of excellence.
SETAC Multidisciplinary Meetings
SETAC organized four global meetings, a Special Science Symposium and two Focused Topic Meetings (FTMs). SETAC student members organized another successful Young Environmental Scientist (YES) Meeting.