The UK Drought and Water Scarcity Research Programme is proud to announce its International Academic Conference to be held at Pembroke College, Oxford University, over 20 and 21 March 2019.
Droughts threaten societies, economies and ecosystems worldwide
They are costly natural hazards, a central risk on global risk registers, and are expected to become more severe due to the combined influence of climate change and pressure on water resources from economic and demographic changes. This conference will showcase multidisciplinary research on droughts and water scarcity.
Please submit an abstract
We invite abstracts for spoken and poster presentations for the following themes:
- Climatology and hydrology of droughts: past, present and future
- Drought impacts for example on the environment, agriculture, energy production and other areas
- Drought planning and drought management
- Drought and communities
- Drought risk perception and communication
Deadline for submission of Abstracts: 31 December 2018
Decision on Abstract Review & Feedback: 15 January 2019
Form to send Abstracts: https://goo.gl/forms/OWij2xcxKIpX6jxo1
Please use the online booking system to reserve your space at the conference.
The conference spans over two days. Tickets are available for the whole conference (£90) and individual days (£50).
Accommodation can be booked, and is provided at Pembroke College comprising single ensuite rooms, with breakfast included (£80).