Joint Chesapeake-Potomac Regional Chapter and 
Hudson-Delaware Chapter SETAC 2022 Spring Meeting


HDC and CPRC SETAC members are encouraged to present their research or work study via a poster presentation.  All SETAC members are encouraged to submit a poster for viewing at the meeting.  Student posters are eligible for the Student Awards competition.  Below are all the poster titles and associated abstracts that were submitted and approved for the Joint 2022 Spring Meeting.

  


Alejandra Vazquez University of Maryland, College Park

Using Fish Embryo-Larval Sediment Toxicity Tests
to Prioritize Historically Contaminated Sites for
Mitigation and Remediation


Janna Chapman University of Maryland, College Park

How toxic is the ocean? Characterizing baseline
toxicity before major anthropogenic impacts


Pamela Daniels University of Mary Washington

Assessing the effects of aqueous exposure to
di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate on the viability,
behavior, and heartrate of Daphnia magna


Abdullah Al-Amin Temple University

The effects of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) on
metal dynamics in stormwater bioretention bed


Carolyn Willmore University of Mary Washington

Assessing the Presence and Concentration of
Anthropogenic Contaminants Near the Crows
Nest Natural Area Preserve (Stafford, VA)


Sophia Weldi University of Mary Washington

Comparing the Impacts of Common Deicing
agents NaCl and MgCl2 on the Viability,
Embryonic Development, and Behavior of the
Freshwater Gastropod Physa acuta


Xiaoyan Yun Temple University

A modified QuEChERS method validation and
determination of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl
Substances by LC-QTOF-MS in various biological
matrices


Amanda Pilat Thomas Jefferson University Evaluating Microplastics on Delaware River
Estuary Beaches: A Collaborative Guided-Inquiry
Undergraduate Project in Environmental
Chemistry

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software