How to propose a communication?
The call for papers is over.
We will be waiting for you at the next edition (in three years) to submit a paper!
Your final contribution (extended abstract) was expected by December 5, 2021, via SciencesConf platform.
Your communication should fall within the theme of I.S.Rivers 2022
Your document has to be written according to the imposed document model; it will necessarily include on the first page the French-English translation of the title, the key words as well as a summary of 10 lines in both languages (the translation by us is possible after selection – it is a paid service) and an extended summary written in French or English (2 pages maximum).
These communications make it possible to understand the complexity and evolution of rivers and large rivers, to reveal the environmental and human challenges of these systems in order to inform management choices. These communications will illustrate the added value of interdisciplinarity for understanding and action.
Feedback from experiences
These presentations report on case studies, contexts, strategies or innovative operational achievements, implemented at different spatial and temporal scales, with an analysis and a perspective allowing the transfer and exchange of experiences, or even coupled “scientific-operational” approaches that are the subject of an analysis of the associated environmental and / or societal gains.
These reflections open up new concepts and make it possible to take into account in their management the complexity of rivers and large rivers and their dynamics.
I.S.Rivers contribution themes
TRAJECTORIES AND ADAPTATION TO GLOBAL CHANGE
Co-evolution of rivers and society
Retro-observations and trajectories ; Sanitary and climate crisis and evolution of our links with the river ; Adaptive management and planning in the context of global change
RIVER FUNCTIONING, QUALITY AND SERVICE
From bioindication to river good status
River quality ; Taking into account connectivity ; Ecosystem services
ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION AND MANAGEMENT ISSUES
Feasibility, evaluation, strengths and policy issues
Action planning and prioritisation; Restoration steps; Avoid, reduce, offset; Innovative monitoring and assessment strategies
RIVERS AND HUMAN IN INTERACTION
Perception, governance, values, fair management
Environmental commitment and its levers ; Rivers as growth levers for territories ; The rivers role in the citywell-being ; Governance ; Fair and integrated management ; Scientists in the service of action