ETH Zurich, Switzerland
IPW9 – International Phosphorus Workshop: Putting Phosphorus first? How to address current and future challenges
International Phosphorus Workshops (IPW) combines terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem aspects of eutrophication. The conference arose from the understanding that eutrophication of waters is related to phosphorus management on land, including rural and urban areas, and that combating any phosphorus related problems requires the proper understanding of biogeochemical mechanisms and processes underlying the terrestrial-aquatic phosphorus continuum.
Because the inefficient and unsustainable use of phosphorus in our societies is intimately linked to the dissipation of phosphorus into the environment, the IPW’s are also conferences on sustainable phosphorus use, including reuse of societal waste phosphorus, and efficient phosphorus use in crop and livestock production.
- first half November 2018: opening of abstracts submission
- late January 2019: opening of early bird registration
- 28. January, 2019: final abstracts submission deadline
- 30. March, 2019: notification of abstract acceptance
- 30. April, 2019: early bird registration deadline
- 15. June, 2019: registration closes
Astrid Oberson, Christian Stamm, Claudia Binder, Emmanuel Frossard, Kai Udert, Paolo Demaria
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