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  • Date:2016-12-26 15:26:22 Author:本站原创 Hits:759
  • Guidelines for Abstract

    General Rules

    1. You MUST be registered for the conference in order to make a presentation

    2. Please contact the organizers if you have questions regarding abstract submission or registration.

    3. Please prepare your abstract following the format of the example listed below.


    Example of Abstract

    Occurrence, source diagnosis, and biological effect assessment of DDT and its metabolites in various environmental compartments of the Pearl River Delta, South China: A review (14pt, bold, black)

    San Zhang a,b, Si-Wu Zhao a,b, William Lee a,* (12pt, bold, black)

    a State Key Laboratory of Organic Geochemistry, Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510640, China

    b Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049, China (12pt, black, italic)

    Abstract (14pt, bold, black)

    This review summarizes and analyzes available data in the literature (mostly after 2000) on the occurrence of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) and its main metabolites, dichlorodiphenyldichloroethane (DDD) and chlorodiphenyldichloroethylene (DDE), in the environment of the Pearl River Delta (PRD), South China. Generally, the concentration levels of the sum of DDT, DDD, and DDE, designated as DDTs thereafter, have not significantly declined since 1983. However, the composition of DDTs residues have changed with time. DDTs in soil, freshwater sediment and freshwater fish species were mainly residues from chronological use. There is evidence that new point sources, such as dicofol and anti-fouling paint, may have contributed DDTs to various environmental compartments. Risk assessment against existing criteria indicated that the levels of DDTs in water and some fish species may pose adverse effects to humans or wildlife, and those in sediment/soil may also cause negative impacts to the eco-environment of the PRD. (12pt, black, line space: 1.1)

    Keywords: DDTs; Pearl River Delta; Occurrence; Source assessment; Biological effect (12pt, black)[i]

    * Corresponding author.  Tel. +86 20 85291421.  Fax: +86 20 85290706.  E-mail address: ---- (10pt, black)



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