This year we have expanded the technical sessions to bring you additional features in both our program and also our short courses. Special Issue Sessions include three Department of Defense sessions, Air Source Emissions Measurement and Monitoring, NELAC/ACIL technical issues, Field/New Technologies, Data Quality and Validation Under PBMS, and three sessions on EPA's Data and Information Quality Improvement. All of these are in addition to our regular featured sessions on organic and inorganic analyses and our poster sessions. In addition, the first NIST Workshop on Proficiency Test Studies will be held separate from, but in association with, WTQA 2001. Our short courses also reflect an expanded breadth of topics that range from a DoD course on Inappropriate Lab Practices to field and laboratory technologies that include organic mass spectrometry, solid phase extraction techniques, field analytical technology including the use of immunoassays, the new FORMS II Lite system, and RCRA analytical strategies. In addition, courses on assessor training, permit writing under PBMS, and PBMS training are offered. This strong and varied technical program is designed to help you learn about important changes and advances occurring in the field of environmental analytical chemistry. Join us and meet with the leaders who are shaping our future work. Opening Reception Concurrent with Opening Table Top Exhibitio
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