Italian conferences to examine air pollution and environmental health risks

July 1, 2002

Brussels, 28 June 2002

Two conferences, on air pollution and environmental health risks, will take place in Catania, Italy, from 17 to 19 September 2003. A call for papers has been announced for both events.

The paper deadline for the Eleventh international conference on modelling, monitoring and management of air pollution is 21 March 2003.

The paper deadline for the Second international conference on the impact of environmental factors on health is 26 March 2003.

Both events are being organised by the Wessex Institute of Technology, UK, in collaboration with the University of Catania, Italy.

For further information on the air pollution conference, please contact:

Wessex Institute of Technology
Ashurst Lodge
Ashurst
Southampton SO40 7AA
UK
E-mail: shobbs@wessex.ac.uk
http://www.wessex.ac.uk/conferences/200 3/air03/index.html

For further information on the environmental health risk conference, please contact:

Wessex Institute of Technology
Ashurst Lodge
Ashurst
Southampton SO40 7AA
UK
E-mail: shobbs@wessex.ac.uk
http://www.wessex.ac.uk/conferences/200 3/healthrisk03/index.html

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