EnviroAnalysis was first organized in May, 1996 in Ottawa, Ontario, as response to a lack of attention in meetings to the critical importance of chemical analysis and monitoring to environmental research. The founders of this meeting, Professor R. Burk (Carleton University) and Dr. Ray Clement (Ontario Ministry of the Environment) organized three biennial meetings in Ottawa (1996, 1998, 2000) before moving to Toronto for meetings every second year from 2002 to 2010). A meeting was also held 1997 in New Zealand. In 2013, EnviroAnalysis partnered with the Chemical Institute of Canada to run the tenth meeting of this series, also in Toronto. The 2015 meeting will be held in Banff, Alberta.

EnviroAnalysis has evolved over the 18 years since its inception and in 2015 for the first time will be open to all areas of environmental investigation and research, although chemical analysis and monitoring will continue to be its foundation.


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conference dates: July 13-15, 2015

EnviroAnalysis 2015