Detailed programme


Platform presentations

THURSDAY, 12.05

 

SESSION 1 :  Theory, Development and Calibration – Chairing by Foppe Smedes

 

9:00

An in situ intercomparison exercise on passive samplers for the monitoring of metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and pesticides in surface water
C. Miege1, N. Mazzella1, S. Schiavone1, M. Coquery 1, C. Berho2, J. Ghestem2, C. Gonzalez3 , J. Gonzalez4, D. Munaron4, C. Tixier4, B. Lalere 5, S. Lardy-Fontan5, B. Lepot6
1 cemagref, Lyon, France, 2BRGM, Orléans, France, 3EMA, Ales, France, 4 Ifremer, La Seyne/mer, France, 5LNE, Paris, France, 6INERIS, Verneuil-en-Halatte, France

 

9:30

 Calibration data for pesticides in silicone rubber passive samplers; expressing uncertainty
M. Shaw1, J. Gruythuysen1, K. Kennedy2, C. Bentley2, A. Heffernan2, C. Paxman2, J. Mueller 2
1 Department of Environment and Resource Management, Brisbane, Australia
2University of Queensland, National Research Centre for Environmental Toxicology, Brisbane, Australia

 

10:00

Quantitative improvement of the POCIS (Polar Organic Chemical Integrative Sampler) for pharmaceutical and pesticide compounds
H. Budzinski1, A. Belles1, N. Tapie1
1 University Bordeaux 1, Talence, France

 

10:30 Coffee break

 

SESSION 2:  Application in Monitoring Programmes – Chairing by Helene Budzinski

 

11:00

A decade monitoring of PCBs and PAHs by silicone rubber passive samplers in parallel with deployed mussels
F. Smedes1
1 Deltares, Utrecht, The Netherlands

 

11:30

One year pesticide monitoring in the Arcachon Bay and its main tributaries (western coast of France), use and adjustment of POCIS
V. Fauvelle1, N. Mazzella1, S. Cao1, B. Delest1, F. Delmas1, A. Belles2, H. Budzinski 2
1 Cemagref, Cestas, France
2EPOC-LPTC, Talence, France

 

12:00

Long term measurement of population drug using passive samplers calibrated in situ
C. Harman1, M. Reid1, K. Langford1, K. Thomas 1
1 NIVA, Oslo, Norway

 

12:30

Evaluation of DGTs suitability as a monitoring tool for the assessment of the chemical status of transitional waters within the Water Framework Directive.
N. Montero1, M. Belzunce1, J. Larreta1, J. Franco 1, J. Gonzalez2
1 AZTI- Tecnalia/Marine Research Division, Pasaia, Spain
2IFREMER/Département Biogéochimie et Ecotoxicologie, La Seyne/mer cedex, France

 

13:00 LUNCH – POSTER SESSION

 

SESSION 3: Air Sampling – Chairing by Kevin Jones

 

14:30

Long-term trends in atmospheric levels of POPs derived from passive and active sampling techniques
J. Klanova1, J. Komprda1, P. Cupr1, J. Kohoutek 1, R. Prokes1, I. Holoubek1
1 Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

 

15:00

New developments in passive air sampling for current-use pesticides and other priority chemicals
M. Koblizkova1, T. Harner1, S. Lee1, L. Ahrens 1, S. Genualdi1
1 Environment Canada, Toronto, Canada

 

15:30

Does the kinetic resistance on the sampling medium side affect passive air sampling rates? Experimental evidence and modelling
F. Wania1, X. Zhang1, Y. Lei1, M. Tsurukawa 2, T. Nakano2
1 University of Toronto Scarborough, Toronto, Canada
2Hyogo Prefectural Institute of Environmental Sciences, Kobe, Japan

 

16:00 Coffee Break

 

SESSION 4 :  Theory, Development and Calibration – Chairing by Graham Mills

 

16:30

Kinetics of accumulation of pesticides in the polar organic chemical integrative samplers: investigation related to the two compartments of the device, sorbent and membrane
S. Lissalde1, N. Mazzella1
1 Cemagref, Cestas, France

 

17:00

Continuous Flow Integrative Sampler (CFIS). “Active”-Passive Sampling: A New Approach to Water Monitoring of Pollutants.
J. Llorca1, R. Tortajada1, G. Trautwein1, I. Valor 1
1 labaqua, alicante, Spain

 

17:30

New trends in mining information from SPMD data measurements
P. Kovanic1, L. Pavliska1, T. Ocelka1
1 IPH Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic

 

18:00  POSTER SESSION

 

FRIDAY 13.05

SESSION 5 (Parallel 1):  Theory, Development and Calibration – Chairing Tomas Ocelka

 

9:00

Proof-of-concept for mobile exposures of passive sampling devices
C. Bradshaw1, I. Tjensvoll1, I. Allan2, K. Naes 2
1 Department of Systems Ecology, Stockholm, Sweden
2Norwegian Institute for Water Research, Oslo, Norway

 

9:30

Ionic compounds in passive sampling techniques
P. Bäuerlein1, T. ter Laak1, P. de Voogt2, S. Droge 3
1 KWR , Nieuwegein, The Netherlands
2IBED – University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
3Department of Analytical Environmental Chemistry, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany

 

10:00

Evaluating the diffusive gradients in thin-films technique for the measurement of dissolved uranium in natural waters
G. Turner1, G. Fones1, G. Mills1, J. Burnett2, S. Amos2
1 University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, United Kingdom, 1University of Portsmouth,
2AWE, Reading, United Kingdom

 

10:30 Coffee Break

 

SESSION 6 (Parallel 1):  Theory, Development and Calibration
– Chairing Etiënne Vermeirssen

11:00

Laboratory calibration of POCIS: kinetic accumulation of 54 polar organic contaminants and evaluation of candidate performance reference compounds
N. Morin2, C. Miege2, M. Coquery2
1 Service Central d’Analyses (SCA) du CNRS, USR59, Solaize, France
2Cemagref, UR MALY, Lyon, France

 

11:30

Passive sampling of highly hydrophobic pollutants in water with MESCO and bare Silicone Rod – how reliable is field-calibration data?
U. Kraus1, R. Gunold2, S. Naumann2, A. Paschke2, G. Schüürmann2, R. Gunold3, G. Schüürmann 3
1 Department of Marine Sciences, Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany, Hamburg, Germany
2Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig, Germany
3Institute for Organic Chemistry, Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg,  Germany

 

12:00

Passive sampling of organotin compounds in water by silicone rubber
H. Beeltje1, J. Balaam2
1 TNO Built Environment and Geosciences, Utrecht, The Netherlands
2The Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, Suffolk, United Kingdom

 

12:30

Measurement of the time-weighted average concentrations of organo-siloxanes using an LDPE sheet passive sampler
R. Falcon1, R. Greenwood1, G. Mills1, C. Sparham 2, C. Hastie2, R. Van-Egmond2
1 University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, United Kingdom

2Unilever – Safety & Environmental Assurance Centre, London, United Kingdom

 

13:00 LUNCH – POSTER SESSION

 

SESSION 7 (Parallel 1):  Air Sampling – Chairing Jana Klanova

 

14:30
Calibration and application of SIP disk samplers for investigating waste sector sources and global occurrence of siloxanes in air

S. Genualdi1, Y. Cheng1, M. Shoeib1, S. Lee 1, L. Ahrens1, J. Ma1, M. MacLeod2, K. Hansen3, R. van Egmond4
1 Environment Canada, Toronto, Canada, 2Stockholm University, Sweden, Sweden

3Aarhus University, Roskide, Denmark, 4Unilever, Bedford, United Kingdom

 

15:00
Polydimethylsiloxane-based permeation passive samplers: Recent developments and applications

S. Seethapathy1, T. McAlary2
1 University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada

2Geosyntec Consultants Inc., Guelph, Canada

 

 

SESSION 8 (Parallel 1):  Theory, Development and Calibration
– Chairing Jochen Mueller

15:30

Transfer kinetics over polyethersulfone membranes – studies with POCIS and Chemcatcher
E. Vermeirssen1, B. Escher2, C. Dietschweiler1, J. van der Voet1, J. Hollender1

 

1Eawag, Dübendorf, Switzerland

2The University of Queensland, National Research Centre for Environmental Toxicology (Entox), Brisbane, Australia

 

16:00 Coffee Break

 

SESSION 8 (Parallel 1):  Theory, Development and Calibration – continuing
– Chairing Jochen Mueller

16:30

 Calibration of polymeric membrane as passive sampler for aquatic environment
M. Cecile1, T. Bruno1
1 LEESU, Créteil, France

 

17:00

 Use of PDMS coated stir bars for the passive sampling of agricultural pesticides in surface waters : calibration and determination of lag times
A. Assoumani1, C. Margoum1, C. Guillemain1, S. Chataing 1, M. Coquery1
1 Cemagref, Lyon Cedex 09, France

 


SESSION 9 (Parallel 2):  Application in Monitoring Programmes
– Chairing by Catherine Gourlay-Francé

9:00

POCIS screening of pharmaceuticals in surface water in Czech Republic 2008-2010
R. Grabic1, G. Fedorova1, T. Randak1, V. Kodes 2
1 University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice, Faculty of Fisheries and Protection of Waters, Vodnany, Czech Republic

2 Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, Department of Water Quality, Praha 4, Czech Republic

 

9:30

A tale of two sampling techniques in rivers discharging to the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
R. Smith1, S. Vardy1, M. Shaw1, K. Kennedy 2, C. Bentley2, C. Paxman2, J. Mueller2
1 The Department of Environment & Resource Management, Brisbane, Australia

2The University of Queensland, The National Research Centre for Environmental Toxicology (Entox), Brisbane, Australia

 

10:00

 Monitoring of pollutants released from waste water treatment plants using SPMDs and POCIS
G. Streck1
1 Institute for Environmental Research, Leipzig, Germany

 

10:30 Coffee Break

 


SESSION 10 (Parallel 2):  Application in Monitoring Programmes
– Chairing by Albrecht Paschke

 

11:00

Field application of silicone rubber passive samplers in monitoring aqueous freely-dissolved concentrations of organic contaminants in the Ythan catchment area of Scotland
C. Robinson1, L. Webster1, C. Moffat1, F. Napier 2, P. Pollard3, C. McKenzie3
1 Marine Scotland Science, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 2Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 3The Robert Gordon University , Aberdeen, United Kingdom

 

11:30

Use of POCIS (Polar Organic Chemical Integrative Sampler) to evaluate the water quality in agricultural catchments during flood events.
H. Budzinski1, N. Tapie1, S. Jean2, S. Sauvage 3, G. Merlina3, J. Sanchez3
1 University Bordeaux 1, Talence, France, 2Uiversity of Toulouse, Toulouse, France

3University of Toulouse, Toulouse, France

 

12:00

Application of DGTs for labile metal fraction evaluation in 13 estuarine waters: An example from the Southeastern Bay of Biscay
M. Belzunce-Segarra1, N. Montero1, J. Larreta1, J. Franco 1, J. González2
1 AZTI-Tecnalia, Marine Research Unit, Pasaia, Spain

2IFREMER, Département Biogéochimie et Ecotoxicologie, La Seyne/mer cedex, France

 

12:30

Occurrence of the endocrine disrupting chemicals in the Svratka and Svitava Rivers using passive sampling techniques
J. Jurčíková1, T. Ocelka1, S. Mach1, K. Hilscherová 2
1 IPH Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic2RECETOX, Brno, Czech Republic

 

13:00 LUNCH – POSTER SESSION

 


SESSION 11 (Parallel 2):  Theory, Development and Calibration
– Chairing Ignacio Valor

 

15:00

Are the nucleopore membranes efficient to limit the effect of biofilm on DGT measurement?
U. Emmanuelle1, S. Santos1, C. Gourlay-Francé1
1 Cemagref, Antony, France

 

15:30

Calibration and field deployment of five integrative samplers for the monitoring of indicator and dioxin-like PCB (ECLIPSE project)
R. Jacquet1, C. Miege1, F. Smedes2, C. Tixier3, J. Tronczynski3, C. Berho4, A. Togola 4, I. Valor5, J. Llorca5, B. Barillon6, M. Coquery7
1 Cemagref, UR MALY, Lyon, France, 2Deltares, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 3Ifremer, DCN-BE, Nantes, France, 4BRGM, Orléans, France, 5LABAQUA, Alicante, Spain, 6Suez Environnement CIRSEE, Le Pecq, France, 7Cemagref – UR MALY, Lyon, France

 

16:00 Coffee Break

 


SESSION 12 (Parallel 2):  Theory, Development and Calibration
– Chairing Ian Allan

16:30

Adapted versions of Polar Organic Chemical Integrative Samplers (POCIS) for the sampling of hydrophobic compounds such as Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)
H. Budzinski1, N. Abou Mrad1, A. Belles1, C. Soulier 1
1 University Bordeaux 1, Talence, France

 

17:00

Evaluation of POCIS sampling rates under the field conditions – WWTP’s effluent.
G. Fedorova1, R. Grabic1, T. Randak1, J. Turek 1, O. Golovko1
1 University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice, Faculty of Fisheries and Protection of Waters, Vodnany, Czech Republic