EGU Conference: Three researchers present at the 2018 General Assembly in Vienna
A major conference held annually in Vienna and this year running from 9th to 13th April, it drew an attendance of over 15,000 scientists from 106 countries. Three ACP researchers presented the latest findings on water quality, soil chemistry, nutrient management and climate at the General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU).
State, trends and distribution of river phosphorus concentrations during low-flow conditions in the session titled “Water-Quality at the catchment Scale: Hydrological pattern and processes".
Integrated climate-chemical indicators of diffuse N and P loss from agricultural land to European rivers in the session titled “Water quality at the catchment scale: mitigation strategies and assessments of climate change effects".
Soil Phosphorus limits-Is it time to be specific? in the session titled “Interdisciplinary session on the global Phosphorus Cycle”. Abstract
For the 3rd year running the ACP also co-conveyed the session titled “Assessment and interpretation of state and trends in water quality”.
Continuing the ACP’s association with the LANDMARK programme Noeleen McDonald gave an invited presentation on nutrient cycling as part of LANDMARK’s short course "Meeting the experts in land and soil functions".