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Monday 26 June:

Plenary session 1:

Sustainable Nitrogen Management in Denmark, Tommy Dalgaard, Aarhus University

The California N assessment – learnings and outcomes, Aubrey Thompson, University of California, Davis

Nitrogen solution scenarios, Jørgen E. Olesen, Aarhus University

Plenary session 2:

Water quality policies at the crossroad between common targets and decentralized enforcement, Katarina Elofsson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Targeted regulation: A framework for Nitrogen Regulation. Cost-effectiveness, spatial distribution  and policy trade-offs, Berit Hasler, Aarhus University

Current water quality ambitions in many Dutch regions incompatible with intensive agriculture, Hans van Grinsven, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency

Parallel oral sessions A:

New technologies for improved N management

Nitrogen losses following food-based digestate and compost applications to agricultural land. F. Nicholson, A. Bhogal, L. Cardenas, D. Chadwick, T. Misselbrook, A. Rollett, M. Taylor, R. Thorman, J. Williams

A comparison of disaggregated nitrogen budgets for Danish agriculture using Europe-wide and national approaches, J. Kros, N. Hutchings, I. T. Kristensen, I. S. Kristensen, C. D. Børgesen, J. C.  Voogd, T. Dalgaard, W. de Vries

Monitoring maize N status with airborne and ground level sensors, M. Quemada, J. L. Gabriel, P. Zarco-Tejada, J. López-Herrera

Canopy double sensor for precision nitrogen fertilization, A. Thomsen, M.N. Andersen

Sustainable intensification and extensification of cropping system for biorefinery in Denmark-what does the nitrogen balance say? K. Manevski, P.E. Lærke, U. Jørgensen

Local N solutions

Development and implementation of a simulation game for the introduction of a revised Fertilizer Ordinance in Germany, G. Wiese, T. Kuhn

Evaluating scenarios of land management practices in contrasted landscapes using a nitrogen landscape model: Comparing the effectiveness of optimizing agricultural practices versus landscaping on mitigation nitrogen fluxes, L. Casal, P. Durand, F. Vertès, F. Laurent, L. Philippe, J. Salmon-Monviola, N. Akkal-Corfini, C. Benhamou, S. Ferrant, A. Probst, S. Sauvage, J.-L. Drouet

A participatory protection within the Vittel mineral watershed: Making farmer the best experimenter to improve nitrogen use efficiency and water quality, A. Gobillot, M. Benoit, J. Auzeral

Open landscape nitrate retention mapping – rOpen, E. Auken, T. Norvin Vilhelmsen, A. Vest Christiansen

Designing decision support tools for targeted N-regulation, – Experiences from developing and using the Danish dNmark landscape model, A. Aagaard Christensen, K. Piil, P. Stubkjær Andersen, E. Andersen, H. Vejre

Parallel oral sessions B:

Policies and abatement

Towards protecting the Great Barrier Reef from land-based pollution – a focus on nitrogen, P. Thorburn, F. J. Kroon, B. Schaffelke, S. Whitten

Cost Efficient Regulation of the Danish Agricultural Discharges of Nitrogen to Coastal Waters – Economic analysis of total cost and the distribution of cost, M. Nygaard Källstrøm, U. Richardt Beck, L. Gårn Hansen, J. Dejgård Jensen, T. Dalgaard

A sectorial and integrated approach to solve the Nitrogen Problem is necessary, E. Schmid, M. Salomon, A. Volkens

Comparing measures for nitrogen reduction in northern Europe, M. Hvarregaard Thorsøe, M. Graversgaard, T. Dalgaard

From field to factory: shifting regulatory focus to reduce nitrogen pollution, D. R. Kanter, T. D. Searchinger

Effectiveness of markets in nitrogen abatement: A Danish case study, L. Block Hansen, B. Hasler, M. Termansen

Monitoring and trends assessment

Groundwater nitrate response to sustainable nitrogen management, B. Hansen, L. Thorling, J. Schullehner, M. Termansen, T. Dalgaard

Assessing nitrogen-mass flows between sub-systems within dairy farms, A. Sundrum, A. Machmüller

Map-based screening to achieve cost-effective spatially targeted WFD river basin action programmes, M. Butts, T. V. Jacobsen, H. G. Müller, B. S. Kaspersen

Adoption of precision agriculture technologies for efficient nitrogen application and greenhouse gas emissions mitigation in the EU, M. Gómez-Barbero, I. Soto-Embodas, B. Sánchez, E. Rodríguez-Cerezo

Documenting the effect of nitrogen mitigation measures by monitoring root-zone nitrogen concentration and nitrogen transport in streams, G. Blicher-Mathiesen, J. Rolighed, M. V. Carstensen, A. Rasmussen, J. Windolf, H. E. Andersen

Nitrate leaching from new forests on arable land – short and long term monitoring, P. Gundersen

Tuesday 27 June:

Plenary session 3:

Nitrogen and Health, Torben Sigsgaard, Aarhus University, Dept. Public Health

Changing consumption and N impacts, Adrian Leip, EC, Joint Research Centre, Directorate on Sustainable Resources

Nitrogen fluxes, impacts and boundaries at global and regional scale, Hans Kros/ Wim de Vries, Wageningen University

Parallel oral power sessions:

Health, food, local solutions and policies for abatement

Atmospheric ammonia, ammonium and incident asthma – A nationwide case-control study in Danish preschool children, G. Holst, M. Thygesen, C. B. Pedersen, R. G. Peel, J. Brandt, J. H. Christensen, J. Bønløkke, O. Hertel, T. Sigsgaard

Nitrogen and agriculture in the Nordic countries – policy, measures and recommendations, S. Hellsten, T. Dalgaard, K. Rankinen, K. Tørseth

Generating EU-wide endogenous crop yield responses to nitrogen to predict the impact of environmental policies on farm-level cropping systems, J. De Waele, J. de Frutos Cachorro, A. Bral, D. De Pue, S. De Neve, J. Buysse

Nitrogen emission trading: a comparative study of the potentials, M. Termansen, L. Block, J. Smart, S. Hasan, B. Hasler

A participative network of organic and conventional crop farms in the Seine Basin (France) for evaluating nitrate leaching, M. Benoit, J. Garnier, N. Beaudoin, G. Billen

Reducing agricultural nitrogen loads through spatially targeting measures, F. Hashemi, J. E. Olesen, C. D. Børgesen, T. Dalgaard, A. L. Hansen

Developing local scenarios to nitrogen management using participatory planning – a practical perspective, K. Piil, I. A. Wiborg, P. A. Stubkjær, A. A. Christensen, E. Andersen, H. Vejre, T. Dalgaard

The distribution of mineral nitrogen in soil in relation to risk of nitrogen leaching in farms with irrigated vegetables, J. Klír, T. Šimon, P. Svoboda, G. Kurešová, J. Haberle

The meat dogme project: exploring nitrogen mitigation in Denmark, S. Stiles Andersen, M. Graversgaard

Technologies, monitoring and trends assessment

Integrated approaches for improving crop nitrogen use on dairy farms, S. Bittman, D. Hunt

Controlled traffic farming increases crop yield, root growth and soil mineral N in organic vegetable production, M. Hefner, R. Labouriau, H. L. Kristensen

Catch crop with legumes can reduce N leaching and increase productivity in organic systems, C. De Notaris, P. Sørensen, J. Rasmussen, J. E. Olesen

The suitability of organic residues as agricultural fertilisers in a circular economy, S. P. Case, L. S. Jensen

Spatial and time variations in agricultural loss of nitrogen to 44 small Danish streams – 1990-2015, J. Windolf, S. E. Larsen, G. Blicher-Mathiesen, H. Tornbjerg, B. Kronvang

High resolution modelling of N-retention in a restored riparian wetland, B. von Christierson, M. Butts, L.  A. Nieuwenhoven, F. T. Hansen, J. K. Jensen, J. R. Poulsen

How green are your pastures? Variations in nitrogen content of grazed forages on dairy farms in Australia, C. J. P. Gourley, S. R Aarons

Novel legumes and technologies to reduce environmental N impact and increase production, A. W.H. Lake, Y. Wang, H. Wang

Parallel oral sessions C:

Health, food, local solutions and policies for abatement

Nitrate in drinking water and colorectal cancer, J. Schullehner, B. Hansen, M. Thygesen, C. Bøcker Pedersen, T. Sigsgaard

The nitrogen footprint – environmentally relevant? R. Einarsson, C. Cederberg,

The environmental benefits of plant-based diets contested: the nitrate footprint of agricultural commodities compared, M. J. J. Hoogsteen, B. Baumann, A. van Pul, J. Spijker, A. E. J. Hooijboer, M. W. Hoogeveen

How can we remove accumulated nitrogen by use of farming systems in order to protect our groundwater? P. Stampe Jakobsen, P. Grønvald

Technologies, monitoring and trends assessment

Inclusion of nitrification inhibitor in animal feed to reduce environmental N losses, K. Richards, E. Minet, S. Ledgard, J. Luo, G. Lanigan

Diet management to effectively abate N2O emissions from surface applied pig slurry, L. Sanchez-Martín, A. Beccaccia, C. De Blas, A. Sanz-Cobena, P. García-Rebollar, F. Estellés, K. A, Marsden, D. R. Chadwick, A. Vallejo

National Nitrogen Budgets from 1965 to 2010 for 212 countries, B. Leon Bodirsky, J. Philipp Dietrich, I. Weindl, L. Baumstark, U. Kreidenweiss, A. Popp

Assessing and matching landuse with land suitability – the model development and landuse implications, R. Singh, D. Horne, A. Elwan, A. Rivas, A. Manderson, J. Roygard, M. Hedley

Plenary session 4:

Mitigating ammonia emissions in the absence of government policy, the Canadian experience, Shabtai Bittman and Derek Hunt

New approaches for improved food chain N use efficiency, Oene Oenema

The European N assessment 5 years after – what was the outcome, Mark Sutton