Jul 2 – 7, 2018
Dubna, Russia
Europe/Moscow timezone

Scientific Programme

Invited talks:

Sergey Gromov (Russia, Institute of Global Climate and Ecology) Global air pollution
Marina Frontasyeva (Russia, JINR) Biomonitoring of air pollution using naturally growing vegetation 

Ole William Purvis (United Kingdom, "Lichen Matters", Taplow) Element signatures and lichens: A historical perspective in air pollution studies
Eiliv Steinnes (Norway, Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Monitoring of atmospheric deposition of POPs based on terrestrial moss sampling
Ilia Ilyin (Russia, Meteorological Synthesizing Centre – East. Russian branch of EMEP)  Assessment of transboundary atmospheric pollution by heavy metals in the EMEP region using biomonitoring information and modelling results
Aleksey Konoplev (Japan, Fukushima UniversityBehavior of radionuclides in the environment after atmospheric deposition

Boris Revich (Russia, Environmental Health Laboratory, Institute of Forecasting, Russian Academy of Sciences) Particulate matter, heat waves and wildfires as risk for health
Danas Ridikas (Austria, IAEA) Support of the IAEA to studies related to atmospheric pollution. Past and present projects

Richard Hoover (USA, Athens State University, Alabama; UK, University of Buckingham) Cosmic dust in the Earth's atmosphere

Bernd Markert (Environmental Institute of Scientific Networks, Germany) Bioindication and biomonitoring (B & B) technologies with special consideration of lithium and its effects on human

Roeland Samson (Laboratory of Environmental and Urban Ecology, Department of Bioscience Engineering, University of Antwerp, BelgiumBiomonitoring of particulate matter