We are pleased to invite abstracts for the 2023 meeting. These will be included in either general or special sessions, which in turn will be organized into tracks. Tracks cover major themes in Georgia water resources, like aquatic ecology, biodiversity/conservation, biogeochemistry, climate change, urban impacts, groundwater and stormwater.
Abstracts that address the conference theme of Advancing water science and policy for thriving Georgia communities, economy and ecosystems are especially welcome. Abstract submission closes on Monday, January 9, 2023.
This year, after your initial abstract submission, you’ll have the opportunity to submit an optional extended abstract of between 1,000 to 2,000 words (a little shorter than a research note) for inclusion in the 2023 conference proceedings. Extended abstracts will be due Feb. 28 and will be subject to peer review. You’ll have the opportunity to revise based on reviews and feedback gathered at the conference. Revised extended abstracts will be due in May.
Instructions for submitting an abstract:
- Include an informative abstract title.
- Include a short (300 word) abstract.
- Include keywords to describe your presentation.
- Indicate the desired format.
- Identify which special session the abstract is associated with, if any.
General sessions will be formed based on the themes that emerge from submitted abstracts.
Regular abstract submissions are due by Monday January 9, 2023, 11:59 EDT.