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Abstract Submission

Abstract submission is now open.
Submission deadline is 15 October 2018. Late abstract submission in principle only for poster
Abstract submission extended until Friday 19 October 2018
Abstract submission ... still possible
(in principle for poster only)

Maximum length of abstract is 3000 characters, this is about 400 words or approximately half of an A4 page, in English.

After submitting the abstract (pressing the button Submit), you should receive a notification of the abstract submission. If you do not receive this notification email, please contact immediately the Organising Committee: Karel Kovar (karel.kovar@dce.au.dk), Brian Kronvang (bkr@bios.au.dk) and Dico Fraters (dico.fraters@rivm.nl).

It may take a little while before your system responds to pressing the Submit button. PLEASE DO NOT PRESS the Submit button AGAIN, because it will result in a re-submission of your abstract.

At the bottom of this page, before you press Submit, you will have to insert an authorisation code in order to activate your abstract submission.

Abstract Submission Form

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Part I: Contact for Corresponding Author
Title
First Name *
Middle Initial(s)
Surname *
Organization / Company *
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State / Province
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Part II: Abstract
Please use plain text only. Do not use Tabs, subscripts and superscripts.

Abstract Title (max. 200 chars) *
Authors / addresses *

(all authors and their affiliations / addresses, also if only the corresponding author)

(max. about 100 words, 1000 chars)

Examples Layout Authors/addresses

Include also the name of the submitting author! Otherwise the name will not appear in the Conference programme.

Conference Themes *

(select maximum 3 themes)
[A] Increasing our understanding of ‘systems function’: research, tools and methodologies to increase understanding and improving modelling of the hydro(geo)logical, geochemical and biochemical processes

[B] Water quality monitoring: improving monitoring, data management and combined monitoring-modelling to support the evaluation of programmes of measures

[C] Impact of climate change on land use and water quality: assessment of impact on groundwater and surface water quality

[D] Assessment of national or regional policy: effectiveness of programmes of measures on water quality on a regional and national scale

[E] Improving water quality by farm management practices: research (monitoring and modelling) at plot, field and catchment scales to quantify the effects of farming practices and changes in land use

[F] Improving water quality by establishing eco-technological mitigation measures: development, testing, implementation and operation at plot, field and catchment scales to quantify the effects of structural measures

[G] Managing protected areas for water supply and nature conservation: risk assessment techniques, monitoring and modelling of water quality and quantity for the protection of (a) water resources for drinking water supply, and (b) groundwater dependent terrestrial ecosystems

[H] Decision-making on Programmes of Measures: the role of stakeholder input and science in policy decision-making

[I] Implementation of Programmes of Measures social and economic incentives and regulatory mandates that drive implementation (carrots and sticks)

[S1] Special session on Land and water management for a sustainable bioeconomy



Core text of the abstract, max. about 400 words, 3000 chars, about half A4 page *

The core text should NOT include the NAME and ADDRESS of authors! Note that the submitting author and other authors were already specified above.

Presentation mode *
oral presentation, poster possible
oral presentation only
poster presentation only
no preference

 
Please enter all required data before checking for consistency of specified data.

  Authorisation; before submitting, write the characters (A, B, etc.) and numbers (1,2, etc.) as you see them in the image, to the field below:

Organisation:

DCE - Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, Aarhus University, Denmark  Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, Denmark


Co-organisers:

            


Scientific sponsors and institutional supporters:

Institute of Bio- and Geosciences (IBG), Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany     VMM, Flanders Environment Agency, Department Operational Water Management, Belgium