4th SCARCE international conference: Towards a better understanding of the links between stressors, hazard assessment and ecosystem services under water scarcity

Type:
Meeting or Conference
Organizer:
Spanish National Research Council, Institute of Marine Sciences) (CSIC); Spanish National Research Council, Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research) (CSIC)
Date:
25-26 Nov 2013
Location:
Spain (Cádiz)
Venue:
Aulario La Bomba

The topics of the 4th SCARCE international conference are:

  • Monitoring network for chemical and biological data. Tools for integration and improvement of risk assessment
  • Groundwater and surface hydrology. Effect of global change
  • Assessment of water quality and ecosystem functions. Tools for water management
  • Development of models and integration tools to assess and manage water resources
  • Freshwater ecosystem services and integration in river basin management plans. Approaches for improving risks under water scarcity conditions
  • Socieconomic issues and water management.

The SCARCE conference will provide a multi‐disciplinary forum to present and discuss the many issues affecting water resources today. The meeting encourages transdisciplinary communication on issues related to the toxicants and stressors in water and how affect water use and exploitation by society under scarcity.


Visit website

Event fee

SCARCE members: 200 €; non‐SCARCE assistants: 300 €; students (justification is required): 125 €;

What is included in the event fee

Fee will cover:

  • Attendance to the conference
  • Book of abstracts
  • Coffee breaks and lunches
  • The conference gala dinner


Target audience

The conference invites anyone working on water sustainability to share knowledge to face a changing world in water resources management.

How to register

Please register online, before 31 October, 2013


Keywords

Themes:
Capacity Development, Environment, Risk Identification & Assessment, Water
Hazards:
Drought
Countries:
Spain
The United Nations General Assembly requested UNISDR to facilitate the development of a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction The United Nations General Assembly requested UNISDR to facilitate the development of a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction.
  • What We Do What we do - we coordinate.
  • What We Do What we do - we campaign.
  • What We Do What we do - we advocate.
  • What We Do What we do - we inform.

Learn more about What We Do

CONNECT WITH US