The Call for Papers is over!
Again the more than 200 submitted abstracts show the high relevance of the topic Integrated Water Resources Management!
Until the beginning of june the conference advisory board is going to evaluate the submitted abstracts to a top-class programme for the IWRM Karlsruhe 2012!
Call for Papers IWRM Karlsruhe 2012
The rationale and significance of integrated water resource management (IWRM) are as applicable and highly relevant today as they were at the time of the first Karlsruhe conference and exhibition with this theme in 2010. What has increased, however, is the dimensionality that has to be considered in water resource management. The reasons for this include the increasingly systemic conflicts between water users, the increasingly important regulatory provisions for establishing IWRM, and the growing energy requirement for providing user-friendly water resources. This development is reflected in the newly-defined scope of IWRM Karlsruhe 2012 as the basis of this call for papers you find before you
Without marginalising the technical-scientific topics of integrated water resource management, IWRM Karlsruhe 2012 is to show a clear focus on issues concerning competition when using limited water resources in regard to regional and urbanity-oriented as well as regulatory and planning aspects. Here, practical experience from realised projects is very welcome.
We would like to invite you to be an active part of IWRM Karlsruhe 2012 by submitting a paper.
Only electronic submissions will be accepted. Your abstract must not exceed two A4 pages in length and the font size should be 11 point.
Abstracts should preferably be in english, but can also be in german.
For the first time the presentation will be interpretated simulatenously into german or englisch.
All submissions that are accepted will be presented during the conference as a lecture or a poster and published as part of the conference proceedings. For visiting the conference, speakers only have to pay a reduced conference fee.
- Challenges for Future Cities and Efficient Agricultural Production
- Competing Water Uses
- Regulatory and Policy Framework
Here you will be forwarded directly to the Call for Papers: >> Call for Papers <<