If you have submitted a symposium, workshop and/or abstract and you don't require to make any updates with your submission, there is nothing further you need to do.
If however you require to update you submission please notify Kate, email@example.com so we can withdraw your submission. You are then required to go through the same process of uploading your new submission to the portal.
Abstracts should be submitted into the relevant themes:
Facing the challenges of climate change
Developing green infrastructure in urban and rural landscapes
Understanding bio/geo/hydro diversity and wetland functioning
Promoting sustainable resource use and community wellbeing
Guiding community ecological restoration projects
Freshwater sciences (NZFSS and AFSS two day symposium)
Abstract submission opens: NOW
Abstract submission deadline: Wednesday 17 March 2021, 5pm NZST
Abstract notifications sent to presenters: Monday 10 May 2021
Presentation title to be no longer than 15 words.
When uploading your abstract you are to type into a box, word limit 250 words.
No tables, graphs and images can be uploaded during the abstract submission.
Abstracts can also be submitted under the below accepted symposia and workshops however acceptance will be at the discretion of the lead.
Addressing global issues and promoting wise use under the Ramsar Convention
Advances in wetland restoration in New Zealand
Biological invasion in coastal wetlands
Braided rivers -- the land the law forgot
Carbon Research and Management of Terrestrial and Coastal Wetlands
Carbon sequestration and sea level rise in coastal wetlands: empirical studies and historical reconstructions
Climate change effects in freshwaters
Combining citizen science and community activities to achieve wetland wise use: techniques and experiences
Conservation in an era of climate and land-use change
Conserving wetlands: Linking communities, livelihood and natural resources
Constructing and rehabilitating wetlands for diffuse pollution and biodiversity management in agroecosystems
Declaration on Wetland Rights: Responding to Nature Rights movement and Scientists’ Second Warning to Humanity
Floating treatment wetlands: from natural to novel ecosystems
Freshwater Relationships: Special Session in Tribute to John Quinn
Measuring Coastal Wetland Surface Dynamics in Areas with Vertical Land Movement
Review of current methods for sharing wetland knowledge and explore future needs and solutions
River ecological restoration
Sharing knowledge, science and management lesson of wetlands across boundaries – From Alaska, via Northeast Asia to New Zealand
The role of natural infrastructure, particularly wetlands, in future water resource development
Towards Synergistic Wetland Conservation
Up Close and Personal- a creative hands on experience with wetlands using Natural History Illustration
Upscaling wetland carbon and greenhouse gas fluxes: from plot to landscape
Using lessons from the past to guide lake and wetland management and revitalisation
Wetlands in human-dominated landscapes: Urban ecological infrastructure (UEI) working for people
Wetland restoration and functioning improvement
Wetlandscapes: understanding the large-scale wetland functions in the landscape
Wilderness, wise use or water storage: wetland management paradigms for the Anthropocene
Community use of aquatic wild meat in western Africa
Development of a global wetland school
How in the world do we get people "into" wetlands? Exploring international CEPA case studies
Incorporating Indigenous knowledge into wetland management – Australian perspectives