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2nd Call for Abstracts and Registration open

The registration is now open for the conference. Please go to the registration at the conference website to sign up.

We also welcome abstracts for papers. For submitting an abstract, please see the guidelines. Deadline for submitting abstracts is February 15, 2017.

The conference is hosted by the Danish Research Alliance dNmark (see the alliance website for further info)

The conference theme is explored through six different sessions:

  • S1: New technologies for improved N management for more efficient food chains
  • S2: Local solutions and planning, on scales such as watersheds, landscapes, communities and farming systems. This session also considers issues of involving and interacting with stakeholders
  • S3: Health impact challenges with regards to drinking water and air, as well as human and public health
  • S4: Nitrogen abatement policies. The session will explore issues regarding cost-efficiency, incentives, spatially targeted regulation, ecosystem services, and legal aspects of N abatement policies.
  • S5: Sustainable consumption and N effects, including meat consumption, production effects, footprints, and normative regulation.
  • S6: N monitoring for emission estimation and trends assessment.

We welcome paper contributions to the conference sessions, but also poster presentations.

You can read more about the conference sessions at the conference website. Here you can also read more on the conference theme, description of the conference venue, descriptions of the conference sessions, and excursions. For a short description of the conference, please see the conference flyer. Feel free to contact the conference organizing committee for further info at DNMARK2017@agro.au.dk.

Looking forward to see you at the conference in Aarhus.

On behalf of the scientific committee of the conference

Tommy Dalgaard (chair), Professor MSO, Head of the Danish N Assessment, Aarhus University, Department of Agroecology