This symposium is part of the 20th Swiss Geoscience Meeting from 18 to 20 November 2022. We invite limnologists working on different systems and scales to present their research and exchange with peers. With the symposia being held in the city of Lausanne, we particularly welcome contributions that show first results from the LéXPLORE platform installed on Lake Geneva. Young researchers are particularly encouraged to participate and present their results. To foster an integrated view of research around water, the session will share the poster session and a keynote with the “Hydrology and Hydrogeology” session. We encourage all presenters to consider the link of their work to water research in general in their abstract and presentation.
The SSHL-SGHL offers two prizes (CHF 250.- each) for posters presented at the SGM: one for best research innovation and one for the best communication/design of the research. Posters must be on display at the SGM poster session for evaluation by the jury.
Early Career researchers (PHD and Master students) can apply for the SSHL-SGHL Poster Award. Together with the decision on your abstract, we will send you an application form by e-mail.
Deadline for the abstract submission: August 31st.
Deadline for the award application: November 10th.
20th Swiss Geoscience Meeting 2022, Lausanne
The Faculty of Geosciences and Environment of the University of Lausanne, the Musée Cantonal de Géologie and the Platform Geosciences of the Swiss Academy of Sciences (SCNAT) cordially invite you to participate in the 20th Swiss Geoscience Meeting to be held from Friday, 18 November to Sunday, 20 November, 2022.
SGM 2022: Symposium «Hydrology and Hydrogeology»
This symposium is part of the 20th Swiss Geoscience Meeting from 18 to 20 November 2022. As part of this year’s Swiss Geoscience Meeting theme on geosystem transitions and resilience, we would like to particularly encourage contributions that explore hydrological and hydrogeological processes under transient conditions: how do processes respond to changes, how do we define tipping points in hydro(geo)logical systems, how (well) can we predict responses, and what are the implications for the environment and society, i.e. for management and policy making?
Poster award application: 10.11.2022