Sustainable Use and Management of Soil, Sediment and Water Resources

14th International Conference | 26–30 June 2017 | Lyon, France | SAVE THE DATE

 

 

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Dear friends and colleagues,

The 14th International AquaConSoil Conference will focus on sustainable use and management of soil, sediment and water resources.

AquaConSoil2017 will take place in the Convention Centre in Lyon, classed as a UNESCO world heritage site and will host delegates from research institutes and universities, governmental and consultant organisations and from industry.

AquaConSoil is organized by Deltares, in cooperation with the local French consortium of scientists, policy makers and consultants coordinated by BRGM.

The preliminary programme and further information can be found on: www.aquaconsoil.org.

Any news about the conference will also be announced via the AquaConSoil LinkedIn-group.

The Call for Abstracts will be published in September 2016.

We are looking forward to welcome you in Lyon!

The AquaConSoil program will offer Thematic Lecture Sessions, Poster Sessions, Special Sessions, Exhibition, Technical Tours, Courses, and a Matchmaking event.

AquaConSoil 2017 provides great opportunities for scientists, companies and policy makers to extend and enforce their network, start new cooperation activities and be informed of and inspired by the latest sediment and (ground)water resources.

AQUACONSOIL 2017 THEMES & TOPICS

  • 1. Assessment and monitoring of soil, water and sediment quality

    1a. Adaptive monitoring based on real time data, model driven

    1b. Sensors and sampling

    1c. Molecular monitoring of microbial processes

    1d. Integrative methods, overall indicators

    1e. Groundwater-soil-sediment-surface water interaction and system dynamics

  • 2. Risk assessment

    2a. Human health risks

    2b. Environmental risks, including bio-availability

    2c. Risk assessment of emerging pollutants and multi-compounds

    2d. Risks related to subsurface energy systems & (waste) storage in the subsurface

  • 3. Advances in remediation technologies

    3a Bioremediation

    3b Chemical remediation

    3c Physical techniques, including thermal techniques

    3d Phyto remediation and ecological engineering

    3e Nanoremediation

    3f Stabilization techniques

    3g Combined treatment technologies and technology trains

    3h Other technologies

     

  • 4. Strategies and policy for pollution management and remediation

    4a. Remediation goals and strategies

    4b. Sustainability and socio-economic appraisal of remediation technologies and strategies

    4c. Managing large scale industrial pollution

    4d. Managing large scale agricultural pollution

  • 5. Reuse and upgrading of land, water and sediment in the circular economy

    5a. Brownfield regeneration and redevelopment of former industrial areas

    5a. Recovery of nutrients and other valuable resources

    5c. Reuse and upgrading of water, soil and sediment products

    5d. Pollution control by constructions and infrastructure

  • 6. Sustainable use & spatial planning of the subsurface

    6a. Ecosystem services and natural capital, socio-economic value of soil-water systems

    6b. The role of the natural system in climate change adaptation and urban resilience

    6c. Sustainable land use and spatial planning of the subsurface