Presenting a paper at the NEMC provides an opportunity to show the depth of your experience and your expertise in using new, more cost-effective monitoring approaches. You can also show new technologies to potential developers, help improve the quality of the nation's environmental monitoring, and share obstacles so that solutions might be found. EPA encourages regulatory agencies, regulated entities, laboratories, and other members of the commercial and academic communities to submit papers. The call for papers typically occurs in October, with abstracts due back by the end of January. The Conference is usually held in either late July or August.
An abstract is a summary of the presentation you intend to give at NEMC, including a short narrative and contact infomration for the presenting author and any co-authors. Review the Guide for Abstracts for more information.
Abstracts will be accepted starting in September 2017.
Your biography is a short summary of your affiliations, education, accomplishments and contact information. You can also include a photo. Entering your biography is part of the abstract submittal process. You will be asked to paste your biography into the submittal. Review the Guide for Biographies for more information.
Registration to attend NEMC will open in April 2018.
Presentations will be due by July 20, 2018.