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Submit an abstract

Abstract submission is now open

Submit an abstract by 11:59 p.m. US Central Standard Time on 1 February 2019.
Submit an abstract

Abstracts can be submitted to the following sessions:

Other conference topics include:

  • Risk and resilience 
  • Water-related risks
  • Urban risks
  • Aquatic toxicology and ecology
  • Environmental and analytical chemistry
  • Risk perception
  • Genetically modified products and sustainability
  • Integrated environmental assessment and management
  • Remediation and restoration
  • Risk communication and social issues
  • Terrestrial and wildlife toxicology and ecology
  • Life cycle assessment
  • Investment risk mitigation and resilience in energy systems infrastructure
  • FrackMap: Building a geo-spatially based nexus of research publications and perceptions related to hydrofracturing
  • Preparedness for natural hazards on coastal communities
  • Risk of harmful algal blooms to humans and aquatic biota
  • Risks of cellulose nanomaterials
  • Establishing safety of nanomaterials for food-related use
  • Identifying geographic regions and groups at high risk for disease outbreaks
  • Citizen science approach as a way to improve malaria risk perception
  • Radiation risk in breast cancer imaging
  • Wastewater epidemiology as a rapid tool for understanding community drug use patterns
  • Risk communication of climate change

Abstract submission guidelines:

  • Abstract must not promote a commercial product, process or service
  • Abstract should be clear and well written
  • Authors should comply with instructions and deadlines provided with the call for abstracts
  • The abstract should contain information and data that demonstrate high quality science
  • Information in the abstract should not have been previously published or presented
  • By submitting an abstract, you are agreeing to and understand that all presenters must pay for registration and attend the meeting
  • The title should be no longer than 200 characters, while the abstract is limited to 2,500 characters (INCLUDING SPACES).
  • The Scientific Committee will select accepted abstracts by early 2019.