Submission of Abstracts
Call for Papers
Abstracts are invited on any of the above theme areas or other related areas. The abstracts should not exceed 500 words, should be typed in double space leaving 2.5 cm margin on all sides on A-4 paper. Three to five key words should be given below the abstract in italics. The font should be Times New Roman in 12 pt. size. The full papers of accepted abstracts shall be evaluated, edited and may be published in the conference proceeding book. The full papers must be restricted to 10-12 pages typed in double space, 12 pt size A-4 paper in Times New Roman font including tables and illustrations. The abstract and full paper should be sent through e-mail email@example.com in MS word format. A committee will review the abstracts and decide about the nature of presentation (oral/poster). Author(s) will be intimated regarding the acceptance of the papers. Awards will be given for the best paper and poster presentation in each thematic are.Abstract form
The official language of the International Conference will be English
Last date of abstract submission   :-   20th September 2023 (Extended)
Last date to communicate acceptance of abstracts :-   25th September 2023 (Extended)
Last date of submission of full length papers :-   15th october 2023 (Extended)
Last date for registration (without late fees)   :-   31st October 2023 (Extended)
Themes and Sub-Themes
1: Natural Resource Management towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- Global warming, increased atmospheric CO2 changes in rainfall patterns.
- Flood & rain water harvesting and management.
- Changes in river basin system.
- Drought forecasting and management.
- Agroecology and sustainable food systems.
- Socio economic and food security impacts of climate change in the agriculture sector.
- Extreme events (floods, heat waves etc)-forecasting and mitigation.
2: Scientific tools for land resource inventory, hydrologic assessment and decision support systems for effective management of natural resources.
- Remote Sensing application and GIS technology for resource inventory.
- Uniform delineation & codification of watersheds & management.
- Study of soil nutrient deficiency for management of soil health.
- Policy Interventions for Soil & Water Management.
- Climate change in agriculture and adaptation techniques.
- Innovative technologies for resource conservation and yield enhancement in agriculture production.
3: Vulnerability, resilience and mitigation of climate change impact on water resources systems
- Hydrologic modeling for resource development.
- Vulnerability assessment of water resources system.
- Strategies for building resilience in water resources systems.
- Role of new and renewal energy sources for water resource management.
- Irrigation water quality and management.
- Gender participation in the management of water and climate change.
4: Sustainable management of Groundwater
- Resource inventory of Groundwater.
- Groundwater Management by surface as well as artificial aquifer recharge.
- Community based management of Groundwater.
- Saltwater intrusion in coastal aquifers.
- Groundwater pollution and wastewater management.
5: Planning of efficient Soil and Water management
- Approaches for efficient soil & water management.
- Soil degradation and restoration.
- Role of renewal energy sources in agriculture.
- Socio-economic challenges in planning and adaptation in natural resource management.
6: Hydrology and digital application for management of Watersheds
- River hydrology and channelization of river courses for mitigation of land erosion.
- Irrigation and consumptive use of water.
- Land use and land cover change and management.
- Change in an aquatic habitat and management.
- Point and non-point sources of pollution.
- Water sources, services and infrastructure.
- Water as an input to production and socio-economic development, gender and socio-cultural values of water.
7: Ecosystem and their valuation including Bio diversity conservation and management
- Bio diversity resources conservation and management.
- Ecological restoration of habitat, microbial ecology and agricultural production.
- Soil fertility and health management for C sequestration and sustainable agricultural production.
- Aquatic biodiversity, lake and river restoration.