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Second Reminder - Abstract submission for Remote Sensing and Hydrology Symposium is now open

Dear colleagues,

On behalf of the IAHS-International Commission of Remote Sensing, we announce that abstract submission for the Remote Sensing and Hydrology Symposium is now open until the end of February. The University of Córdoba hosts this edition, devoted to “Earth Observation for Integrated Water and Basin Management: New possibilities and challenges for adaptation to a changing environment”, from 8-10 May 2018 in Córdoba, Spain.

During the conference, we will discuss the state-of-the-art on this topic and current and future needs from remote sensing to provide hydrologists and other related branches of science with data and tools for research on the water cycle components, hydrological modelling, water resource management, and integrated river basin management, among others.

We encourage the international community to participate in this event and contribute to its results and success; young researchers are especially encouraged to join the discussion. All accepted abstracts will be electronically edited by Copernicus; an extended version of a limited number of works will be solicited to the authors upon acceptance of abstracts to be published in a special issue of PIAHS, the proceedings journal of IAHS. Moreover, selected works from the presentations in the conference will be invited to submit a full paper to a special issue of Hydrological Sciences Journal, the official journal of IAHS, indexed in the JCR.

Please, visit our website for further details about registration and submission of abstracts 

Different options for accommodation with special fares for the conference attendees are available; we kindly advise to book in advance from our website and technical office to avoid higher prices due to the tourist season in Córdoba.

Please, distribute this information to your colleagues and international partners. We apologize for potential cross-posting. We are looking forward to welcoming you in Córdoba in May 2018.

With our best regards,

The Organizing Committee
Prof. Dr. María J. Polo, University of Córdoba
Dr. María Pat. González-Dugo, IFAPA
Prof. Christopher Neale, University of Nebraska
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