1. Submissions should be in the form of an abstract, in Portuguese or English.
2. The file must be submitted online through the link http://ecotox2021.com.br/sis. Abstract submission requires a valid login in the online registration system of the XIV ECOTOX.
3. Each author must be individually entered. The necessary data for each author includes: Name, Last Name, e-mail address, and CPF, or passport for foreign citizens and institution.
4. Each registration allows submission of up to 2 abstracts.
5. Abstracts must contain:
- Field – Title: present the main idea of what will be covered in the work (minimum 70 and maximum 200 characters)
- Field – Authors and affiliation
- Field – Introduction: presents the scientific foundation, highlighting the importance/relevance and the goals (minimum 70 e maximum 100 words);
- Field – Methodology: detail the methodology used, describing the steps in chronological order. (minimum 110 and maximum 200 words);
- Field – Results and Discussion: present the data obtained, analyze and discuss the results. Highlight community participation, if any, and change in the problem situation (minimum 250 and maximum 400 words);
- Field – Conclusion: Conclude if the objectives were achieved, taking as a reference the discussion of the results (minimum 70 and maximum 100 words);
- Field – Financial Source: when applicable, cites funding and/or support received for the work.
- Field – Keywords: five (5) keywords, separated by semicolons (;), which are different from any word in the title
6. Abstracts must not contain subtitles, figures, graphs and / or tables, nor bibliographic references.
7. The minimum size of the abstract will be 500 words and the maximum of 800 words, with each field having the minimum and maximum specific quantity. No field in item 5 will be allowed to be blank, except for the item – Financial Source.
8. It is up to the author who submits the work to choose the session for presenting the work, within one of the major areas covered.
The presentation sessions are divided into themes according to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda proposed by the UN, so the author must choose the session in which the work to be presented fits best (see https: // nacoesunidas .org / pos2015 / agenda2030 / for more information on the SDGs). Then, the author must also select the most relevant sub-area of the work.
The following is a list of major areas, sessions and subareas for selection.
Major Area and sessions
1. Ecotoxicology of terrestrial environments
Session 1a. SDG2. Fragility of terrestrial ecosystems to new compounds
Session 1b. SDG3. Effects of contaminants in soil on human health
Session 1c. SDG15. Effects of pollution on terrestrial organisms
Session 1d. SDG12. Handling chemicals and reducing emissions
2. Ecotoxicology of marine and estuarine environments
Session 2a. SDG13. Combined effects of climate change with environmental contaminants in marine environments
Session 2b. SDG13. Consequences of ocean acidification
Session 2c. SDG14. Effects of pollution on marine life
2d session. ODS14. The problem of plastics in the seas and oceans
3. Ecotoxicology of continental waters
Session 3a. ODS3. Effects of contaminants in water on human health
Session 3b. ODS6. Fountain protection
Session 3c. ODS13. Combined effects of climate change with environmental contaminants in freshwater environments
3d session. Effects of pollution on freshwater organisms
4. Atmospheric ecotoxicology
Session 4a. ODS3. Harmful effects of air pollution on human health
Session 4b. ODS11. Air quality
Session 4c. ODS13. Greenhouse gas toxicology
5. Effluent ecotoxicology
Session 5a. ODS6. Effluent treatment and protection of receptive water bodies
Session 5b. SDG15. Use of organisms for toxic effluent assessment
6. Ecotoxicology of substances and products
Session 6a. ODS2. Toxicology of alternative crop protection products
Session 6b. ODS3. Effects of substances and products on human health
Session 6c. ODS14. Effects of substances and products on estuarine and marine ecosystems
Session 6d. SDG15. Effects of substances and products on continental ecosystems
7. Ecotoxicology for Society
Session 7a. ODS4. Dissemination of Ecotoxicology as Science
Session 7b. ODS6. Everyone’s role in combating water pollution
Session 7c. ODS12. Society’s role in responsible consumption and production
8. Environmental and Analytical Chemistry
Session 8a. ODS3. detection of toxic compounds in the atmosphere
Session 8d. ODS6. Detection of compounds in water sources, ETA, ETE and receptor bodies, and environmental behavior
Session 8c. ODS14. Contaminants in marine systems and their environmental behavior
Session 8d. SDG15. Contaminants in continental aquatic environments and their environmental behavior
Session 8e. SDG15. Contaminants in the soil and their environmental behavior
9. Interactions between systems: air, soil and water
Session 9a. ODS3. Impacts of habitat degradation on human health
· LCA – Life cycle analysis
· ARE – Ecological risk assessment
· Human health risk assessment
· Bioavailability, bioaccumulation and biomagnification
· Environmental behavior and mode of action of contaminants
· Environmental contamination and climate change
· Emerging contaminants: drugs, cosmetics and nanoparticles
· Endocrine disruptors
· Multigenerational and evolutionary ecotoxicology
· Ecotoxicology of communities and functional
· Ecotoxicology of mixtures (multi stressors)
· Ecotoxicology: regulation and environmental policy
· Environmental education: ecotoxicology and public perception
· Effect of inorganic contaminants
· Effect of organic contaminants
· Environmental genotoxicity
· Integration of ecosystems and human health
· Risk management, remediation and control
· Alternative methods for assessing toxicity
· Microcosms, mesocosms and in situ experiments
· Microplastics and nanoplastics
· Predictive modeling and ecotoxicology
· Ecosystem services
9. Besides choosing the major area and the subarea, the submitting author must select the presentation format: Panel or Video-Poster.
Panel: 5-minute video available for viewing at any time during the event, but with a presentation scheduled at a time to be indicated by the organizing committee, followed by a live discussion of 5 minutes between the presenter, moderator of the room and other participants. Each video will also be able to receive written comments throughout the event.
Video-Poster: 5-minute video available for viewing at any time during the event, and with interaction with event participants via chat and written comments.
Requests for presentations sent to the PANEL will be analyzed and may be nominated for presentation in the Video-Poster format, at the discretion of the Scientific Committee of the event.
Videos will only be accepted after approval of the abstracts submitted by the authors. The Organizing Committee, when sending the acceptance of the abstract, will communicate all the details for the submission of the videos, including: format, time, deadline for submission, submission method, etc.
10. There is no standard template for abstracts. The submission must be made in the system according to the instructions and fields presented in item 5.
11. Papers must be submitted through the online registration system, according to the information and rules presented in the previous items.
12. The final date for submission of abstracts is May 18, 2021. The date for submission of abstracts will not be extended, considering the previous period previously established.
13. The certificate of presentation of work will be granted online in the register of the author responsible for the submission containing the names of all authors (the responsibility for sending the presentation certificate to the co-authors is of the author responsible for the submission). Certificates are available in the event system for up to 6 months after the event.
Deadline for submission (Single Lot) Until 05/18/2021
Evaluation of abstracts 05/01/2021 to 06/13/2021
Result of the evaluated abstracts From 05/01/2021 to 06/20/2021
Uploading videos From 07/01/2021 to 07/30/2021