A new study from Finland examines the extent to which Finnish human dietary intake of organochlorines (PCDD/Fs and PCBs) originating from Northern Baltic herring can be influenced by fisheries management. The study was a cooperation of 14 scientists from Finland.
A new report from Finland: probable changes in fishing or natural mortality would probably influence concentrations of PCDD/F and PCB in the Bothnian Sea (Northern Baltic) herring (Clupea harengus L.) norgesautomaten . car insurance quotes comparison . nursing school in new york
This study forecasts how changes in fishing or natural mortality would probably influence concentrations of PCDD/F and PCB in the Bothnian Sea (Northern Baltic) herring (Clupea harengus L.). The article was published in The ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY and can also be found at the Seafoodnet.info website under Publications/Reports -Finland.
Call for Abstracts. The Nordic-Baltic Biometric Conference 2007 is the first conference arranged by the Nordic Regional and Baltic National Biometric Societies. The conference takes place in Denmark at the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Research Centre Foulum (the former Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences now merged with University of Aarhus).
Endocrine disrupters and consumer products: possible effects on human populations is the heading of the meeting which will take place on May 28 – 31, 2007. The meeting is supported by the Danish Ministry of the Environment.
The Nordic Council of Ministers recently published a report on a concerted Nordic project, which started in 2004, on harmonizing methods for the determination of dioxins in food.
An interesting peer-reviewed article titled Mercury as a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases, authored by four scientists from Finland is published in the February 2007 issue of Journal of Nutrional Biochemistry.
EUROTOX 2007 in Amsterdam - Updated 2nd Announcement
The 44th Congress of the European Societies of Toxicology will be held from October 7- 10, 2007 at the Amsterdam RAI Convention Centre in The Netherlands. The updated second announcement is now online. Click to download
- Changes at The Danish Institute for Food and Veterinary Research
- Icelandic Fisheries Laboratories (IFL) becomes Matis
- Faroe Islands: The PPTOX conference on May 20-24, 2007 - web site open for submission of abstracts for papers/posters.
- The 5th International Conference on Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology
- Launching of the seafoodnet homepage
- Logo for seafoodnet