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    • 摘要及论文提交:
      8月30日, 2017
    • 现场报到:
      10月19日, 2017
    • 会议日期:
      10月20-22日, 2017
    • 第二轮通知:
      点击下载通知PDF
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    • 中国化学会环境化学专业委员会
    • 中国环境科学学会环境化学分会
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    • 浙江大学
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    • 浙江工业大学
    • 浙江工商大学
    • 浙江师范大学
    • 《环境化学》杂志
    • 《JES》杂志

1. Oct 20, 2017, ACS on Campus [Location: Mong Man Wai Building Room 139]
ACS on Campus is an initiative of the American Chemical Society dedicated to helping students, post-docs, and faculty members advance in their careers. We are bringing top ACS editors to NCEC2017 for an afternoon of discussion on preparing a manuscript, copyright and ethics, and the peer review process. 

The program is FREE and open to all conference attendees and Zhejiang University students. Registration is not required, but highly encouraged. http://acsoncampus.acs.org/events/zhejiang-university-zijingang-10-20-2017/#eventInfoTab-tab

  

  13:30 – 14:00 Registration

  14:00 – 14:15 Introduction to ACS

  Rhea Williams, Managing Editor, ACS Publications

  14:15 – 15:00 Introduction to environmental chemistry journals at ACS Publications

  David Sedlak, University of California, Berkeley, Editor-in-Chief of ES&T and ES&T Letters 

  Bruce Logan, Pennsylvania State University, Editor of ES&T Letters 

  David Allen, University of Texas at Austin, Editor-in-Chief of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 

  Chongxuan Liu, Southern University of Science and Technology of China, Associate Editor of ACS Earth and Space Chemistry

  15:00 – 15:45 Tips for Publishing

  Host: Staci Simonich, Oregon State University, Associate Editor of ES&T Letters

  Panel: Shu Tao, Peking University, Associate Editor of ES&T

  Daniel Giammar, Washington University in St. Louis, Associate Editor of ES&T

  David Allen, University of Texas at Austin, Editor-in-Chief of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering

  15:45 – 16:00 Break

  16:00 – 16:30 Ethics in Publishing

  Xiang-dong Li, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Associate Editor of ES&T

  16:30 – 17:15 Peer Review

  Jennifer Field, Oregon State University, Associate Editor of ES&T

  17:15 – 17:30 Closing remarks


2. Oct 21, 2017, ACS Publications Forum [Location: Mong Man Wai Building Room 139]
Editors from Environmental Science & Technology, Environmental Science & Technology Letters, ACS Earth and Space Chemistry and ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering will all present in a one day symposium on their own research, spanning the full spectrum of environmental chemistry. The name, institute and oral topic were listed as following:

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    David Allen            
       Pedro J. Alvarez            
        Wonyong Choi            

    Jennifer Field                

University of Texas at Austin            
          Rice University            
Pohang University of Science and Technology            
Oregon State University            
Air quality impacts of expanded natural gas production            
Polyvalent Phages for Control of Multidrug-Resistant “Superbugs” (NDM-1 Positive) in Sewage Treatment Plants            
Environmental Chemical Processes in Frozen Solutions            
Using Past Lessons to Limit Future Environmental Impacts of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) in Aqueous Film-Forming Foams (AFFF)            







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   Daniel Giammar             


      Thomas Hofstetter           
      Keri Hornbuckle            
       Guibin Jiang            
Washington University in St. Louis            
               EAWAG            
     University of Iowa            
Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences,Chinese Academy of Sciences            
Oxidation of metals and metalloids by manganese oxides and by soluble Mn(III)            
Using stable isotopes to track transformation processes of organic micropollutants            
Legacy versus Modern: Sources of PCBs and OH-PCBs to the Environment            
 Identifying new chemical pollutants in the Chinese environment            







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          Xiang-dong Li            
     Chongxuan Liu
     Susan Richarson            
         Daniel Schlenk          
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University            
Southern University of Science and Technology            
University of South Carolina            
University of California,Riverside          
A Century of Mercury Inputs to Chinese Marginal Seas            
Multiscale Behavier of Contaminant Transformation and Transport in Subsurface Environments            
Does Granular Activated Carbon Filtration Make My Drinking Water Safer?      
Biological and chemical activityies of extracts from plastics collected from the North Pacific Gyre and plastics treated with UV-light     







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     Staci Simonich            
Timothy J. Strathmann            
        T. David Waite            

Oregon State University            
Colorado School of Mines            
University of New South Wales            

Combining chemistry, engineering, and toxicology to better understand remediation of PAH contaminated soils            
Integrated bio-hydrothermal-catalytic pathways for optimum conversion of algal biomass and wastewater biosolids to liquid transportation fuels            
Recent advances in salt and contaminant removal from brackish waters by capacitive deionisation technologies