PADOVA, ITALY July 6-10 2015
The WWR3-2015, 3rd International Conference Wood in World Rivers aims to analyze the importance of wood of all sizes, both living and dead, and the riparian forests which produce wood, a crucial element for geomorphology, ecology and management of rivers.
Main purposes are to: synthesize the knowledge on the physical dynamics and ecological interactions of wood in streams and rivers in different geographical regions; create a framework for interpreting and applying research results and management systems; assess physical and biological responses of large wood in stream restoration; explore links between physical and ecological dynamics of large wood, resource management systems and the communities and cultures in which they are applied.
- Wood and fluvial ecosystems
- Wood dynamics in rivers
- Techniques for wood monitoring and modeling
- Wood perception and management
The conference topics cover all those interdisciplinary approaches which are characteristic for research studies and applications to disturbed and un-disturbed river and stream environments.
An important goal of the 3rd International WWR Conference is to promote and increase the relationships between scientists and professional operators. The integration of these two worlds will have positive effects on many fields such as surveys, monitoring techniques, design procedures, implementation of projects.
The 3rd International Conference will also offer an extraordinary opportunity for scientists, agencies and companies to meet and improve together the-state-of-the-art of Wood in World Rivers.
CALL FOR EXTENDED ABSTRACT
Extended abstracts (max. 3 pages including References) are due on December 20, 2014. Acceptance will be notified on January 20, 2015. We strongly encourage (and appreciate) submissions in advance. Submissions will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee and accepted extended abstracts will be classified as oral presentations and posters. Selected works presented at the WWR3-2015, will be published on a Wiley book series focused on Advancing River Management and on a Special Issue of Geomorphology.
Instructions for authors can be found on WWR3 website
Extended Abstract Submission:
December, 20th 2014
Announcement of Abstract Acceptance: January, 20th 2015
Early bird Registration deadline :
February, 20th 2015
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