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SWS2013 - Wetland Systems: Ecology, Functioning and Management pdf

1 - 4 set 2013


SWS Europe was founded in 2005 as a chapter of the Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS). It organised the first meeting in Bangor, Wales in January 2006. Since then, annual meetings have been organised each year, the last one in June 2012 in Aarhus, Denmark.

The 8th SWS2013 European Chapter meeting will be held in Padua, Italy, from 1st to 4th September and will provide an opportunity to review and collaborate on the most recent advances in wetland science.

more info on SWS2013 web site

download the Conference first announcement

Conference Topics

  • Natural, restored and constructed wetlands
  • Biodiversity and landscape
  • Role of wetlands in water cycling at basin scale
  • Wetland Hydrology
  • Wetland microbiology
  • Wetland vegetation
  • Wetland fauna
  • Carbon sequestration and GHG emissions inwetlands
  • Nitrogen removal and turnover in wetlands
  • Phosphorus biogeochemistry in wetlands
  • Contaminants fate in wetlands
  • Wetland substrates
  • Wetland modelling
  • Natural wetland management
  • Wetland systems for water pollution control
  • Biomass management and utilization
  • Wetland outflow reuse

Scientific Committee
Maurizio Borin (University of Padova, Italy)
Mario Malagoli (University of Padova, Italy)
Hans Brix (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Tjasa Bulc (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Nancy Dise (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK)
Keith Edwards (University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic)
Christopher Joyce (University of Brighton, UK)
Ranka Junge (Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland)
Ulo Mander (University of Tartu)
Matthew Simpson (WWT Consulting, UK)
Jos Verhoeven (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Jan Vymazal (University of Prague, Czech Republic)
Stefan Weisner (Halmstad University, Sweden)
Dominik Zak (Leibniz Institute of Berlin, Germany)