SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT:Multivariate Methods in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

Tim Kedwards tim.t.j.kedwards at gbjha.zeneca.com
Thu Feb 27 23:54:51 EST 1997


**** SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT & REGISTRATION FORM ****

SETAC-EUROPE (UK BRANCH)

One day meeting
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Multivariate Methods in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

24 April 1997

Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, UK


Speakers include

Paul van den Brink (DLO Winand Staring Centre)
Ordination of responses to toxic stress in experimental ecosystems

Bob Clarke (Plymouth Marine Laboratory)
Non-metric multivariate analysis in community-level ecotoxicology

Brian Everitt (Institute of Psychiatry)
Exploring multivariate data graphically

Martyn Ford  (University of Portsmouth)
Multivariate analyses of laboratory ecotoxicity data

David Hirst (MLURI)=20
Multivariate analysis of airborne pollution deposited in rime ice

Tim Kedwards  (Zeneca Agrochemicals)
Multivariate analyses at Zeneca Agrochemicals

Tim Sparks (NERC Institute of Terrestrial Ecology)
Multivariate techniques: setting the scene
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Bill Walley (Staffordshire University)
Biomonitoring of river quality: an Artificial Intelligence approach to=20
data interpretation
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                            Registration Form
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The registration fee for attending this meeting is,

SETAC Ordinary Member    =A355
Non-member               =A390
SETAC Student Member     =A315
Student Non-member       =A325

        Please make cheques payable to SETAC-UK. Cheques must be
        drawn on a UK bank. Registration includes lunch, morning
           and afternoon refreshments and a book of abstracts.


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          Please return your registration form with payment to=20
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                              Dr Mark Crane
                      School of Biological Sciences
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                          University of London
                                  Egham
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                        Tel. +44 (0)1784 443372=20
                         Fax +44 (0)1784 470756
                        Email m.crane at rhbnc.ac.uk


        We are still able to accept poster presentations. Please
        contact Mark Crane if you wish to offer a poster for this
                                 meeting


Draft Programme


9.30           Registration and coffee

Morning session chaired by Mark Crane

9.55           Introduction from chair

10.00
Tim Sparks     Multivariate techniques: setting the scene

10.30
Brian Everitt  Exploring multivariate data graphically

11.00               Coffee

11.30
Martyn Ford    Multivariate analyses of laboratory ecotoxicity data

12.00
David Hirst    Multivariate analysis of airborne pollution deposited
               in rime ice

12.30               Lunch

Afternoon session chaired by Peter Chapman

2.00
Tim Kedwards   Multivariate analyses at Zeneca Agrochemicals

2.30
Paul v d Brink Ordination of responses to toxic stress in
               experimental ecosystems

3.00
Bob Clarke     Non-metric multivariate analysis in community-level
               ecotoxicology

3.30           Tea

4.00
Bill Walley         Biomonitoring of river quality: an Artificial
                    Intelligence approach to data interpretation

4.30           Summary & discussion (chaired by Tim Sparks)

5.00           End








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