The 9th WETPOL will take place from 13-17 September 2021 organised by BOKU University Vienna, Austria.
Due to the current situation of the pandemic we are forced to hold WETPOL 2021 as a full virtual event
Dates and Deadlines
||until April 30th
|Information of presenters||until June 1st|
|Early bird registration||June 2nd until June 30th|
|Regular registration||from July 1st|
|HIC||€ 230||€ 300|
|HIC Student||€ 130||€ 200|
|LAMIC||€ 130||€ 200|
|LAMIC Student||€ 90||€ 160|
HIC…High income countries
LAMIC… Lower and middle income countries
Based on the classification of the World Bank
WETPOL is an international symposium bringing together wetland scientists, engineers and practitioners working on wetland ecosystem services, including water quality improvement, climate regulation, and flood control. The conference will create a framework for wetland scientists and practitioners to exchange knowledge and advance the overall understanding of these complex ecosystems. The goal is to improve our understanding of the role wetlands perform in processing nutrients and contaminants, and to discuss and demonstrate how restored and constructed wetlands in the future, via their associated ecosystem services, can contribute to ensure sustainable water management and resource recovery while at the same time regulating and mitigating impacts of global climate change.
The conference programme will focus on process-based topics on pollutants dynamics in various types of wetlands including recent advances in the following areas:
- Biogeochemical cycling of carbon and nutrients
- Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas emissions
- Wetland plants ecophysiology and invasiveness
- Impact of climate change on wetland systems
- The role of wetlands in pollutant management at the catchment scale
- Attenuation of diffuse pollution in wetlands
- Behaviour of priority and emerging pollutants
- Molecular and microbial advances related to pollutant fate, disposal and removal in wetlands
- Advances is modelling for process understanding and design
- Increase process understanding for TW types, e.g. Evaporative willow systems, Sludge treatment wetlands, Intensified wetlands, Microbial electrochemical wetlands resources recovery from wetlands
- Role and functioning of wetlands and other nature-based solutions in urban settings
- Other related topics.
Stay tuned for further announcements!