we are pleased to anounce that SEFS10 programme will host 19 regular a 19 special sessions in addition to the plenary talks and posters presentations. You can now submit an abstract for sessions listed below :
Regular sessions: RS1 - Availability of freshwater in the 21st century RS2 - Impacts of climate change on freshwater ecosystems RS3 - Freshwater biodiversity and possible threat of non-native aquatic species RS4 - Drivers in aquatic community assembly RS5 - Linking multiple scales of land uses to freshwater quality and biodiversity RS6 - Wetlands and coastal ecosystems ecology and management RS7 - Ecotoxicology in the framework of aquatic ecology RS8 - Restoration of freshwater ecosystems RS9 - Monitoring of freshwater ecosystems RS10 - Molecular approaches in freshwater ecological and evolutionary studies RS11 - Reservoir ecology RS12 - Pond ecology RS13 - Fish ecology of freshwater ecosystems RS14 - Phyto - and zooplankton ecology RS15 - Benthos ecology RS16 - Predator - prey and host/parasite interactions RS17 - Linking freshwater science to policy and management strategies
Special sessions SS1 - Groundwater dependent ecosystems (GDEs) – Habitats under pressure? SS2 - From Functional Ecology to Ecosystem Services SS3 - Networking Lake Observatories in Europe SS4 - Ecological modelling of freshwater ecosystems: populations, communities and species distribution more SS5 - Biogeochemical and Hydrodynamic Controls on Water Quality in Reservoirs SS6 - Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of greenhouse gas fluxes in inland waters SS7 - Lake community history recorded by sedimentary DNA SS8 - DNAqua-Net: Developing new genetic tools for bioassessment of aquatic ecosystems in Europe SS9 - Advances in conservation and management planning for freshwater systems SS10 - Mesocosm experiments advancing mechanistic understanding of environmental change in fresh water ecosystems SS11 - Preventative and curative lake management in controlling eutrophication SS12 - Science and management of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: a European perspective SS13 - Introduction of zooplankton into the EU-Water Framework Directive SS14 - From individuals to landscape: integration across scales and conservation of freshwater ecosystems SS15 - Urban streams SS16 - Phosphorus exchange characteristics on the sediment-water-interface – fluxes, processes and mechanisms SS17 - Scaling patterns and processes in stream and river ecosystems
Please read the guidelines and use the link on the right side of this page to submit your abstract before 31 December, 2016.
We kindly ask you to forward this newsletter to all interested colleagues.
We would also like to remind possible participants that the deadline for early registration for the congress set to 31 October 2016 is approaching fast. If you are interested in registering please go the to sefs10 web page for more information.