The International Network of Environmental Forensics (INEF) was founded in 2008 to provide a forum for scientists, environmental consultants, regulators and lawyers to share information regarding the use of environmental forensics. Environmental forensics is comprised of three key elements:
INEF 2017 will be hosted in China this year see INEF 2017 tab for more info!
- Registration is now open and available here
- Abstract & travel grant submission closed
- For international attendees, local lodging (four nights), meals and airport pickup and dropoff will be covered if your abstract is accepted as an oral presentation
The International Network of Environmental Forensics (INEF) is a non-profit interest group committed to providing a forum for scientists, environmental consultants, regulators and attorneys to share ideas and research regarding the use of environmental forensics. The Network supports the scientific advancement of environmental forensic techniques to identify the source, age, and timing of contaminant release to the environment. INEF promotes an accessible and inclusive scientific community by supporting young scientists and open access scientific journals.
- Gwen O'Sullivan, Secretary (Mount Royal University, Canada)
- Stephen Mudge, Chairman (Environmental Investigations, UK)
- Mike Fowler, Treasurer (University of Portsmouth, UK)
- David Megson, Bulletin and Proceedings Editor (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK)
- Anne Myers, Website Manager (Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, Canada)
- Sri Chaudhuri, Social Media Manager (Conservation Ontario and Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, Canada)
- Stephanie Turnbull, Student Representative (Waters Corporation, UK)
- Eric Reiner, INEF2015 Chair (Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, Canada)
- Jun Lu, INEF2017 Chair (AECOM, USA)
- Ingrid Ericson Jogsten, INEF2016 Chair (Örebro universitet, Sweden)