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Program at glance
Call for abstracts
Welcome and invitation
It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 17th International Conference on Wetland Systems for Water Pollution Control to be held from November 6th to 10th, 2022 in Lyon, France. This conference is part of the IWA Specialist Group “Wetland Systems for Water Pollution Control” conference series, which is a bi-annual conference series that acts as a global forum for discussion and knowledge sharing on the state of the art in scientific and practical development and implementation of natural and constructed wetlands and other nature-based solutions for providing water quality improvement and other co-benefits and ecosystem services. Some of the main conference topics include i) wetlands in urban environments; ii) wetlands for water reuse; iii) wetlands and the circular economy, iv) wetlands for water pollution control, and v) wetland conservation, restoration, and climate change. Other up and coming topics such as wetland intensification, removal of emerging organic contaminants, wetland co-benefits, modelling, and monitoring and remote sensing.
We are delighted to welcome you to Lyon, France. Lyon is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 2,000 years of history. Come join us in the gastronomic capital of France, and visit the sites in Old Lyon, which boasts one of Europe’s oldest Renaissance neighborhoods. During your visit, you will learn more about Grand Lyon and its forward-thinking approach to urban water management, which promotes innovation and collaboration between water managers, institutional partners, city planners, elected officials, and end-users. The local organization team of INRAE and INSA Lyon will introduce you to the latest developments in research an implementation of wetland systems for water pollution control in France.
Jaime Nivala and Pedro Carvalho
ICWS2022 Conference Chairs
The official language in the conference will be English. There will be oral and poster presentations, with a digital book of abstracts available for download from the conference website.
After evaluation by the Scientific Committee, selected authors will be invited to present their works for publication in
Water Science and Technology
Wetlands in Urban Environments:
Treatment wetlands and other NBS (e.g., green walls, green roofs, biowales) for urban water management, circular cities
Wetlands for Water Reuse and Resource Recovery:
Treatment wetlands and their roles in circular economy, treatment wetlands for water reuse, treatment wetlands for agronomic resource recovery, wetlands for biomass production, wetlands in the bioeconomy
Aerated wetlands, hybrid wetlands, microbial fuel cell wetlands
Removal of persistent and emerging organic compounds, microplastics, metals and metalloids compounds including effects on wetlands, biodiversity, and humans
Wetland Co-benefits and Multifunctionalities:
Treatment wetlands and ecosystem services (biodiversity, carbon capture and sequestration), treatment wetlands and social awareness (landscape issues, public participation, education, policy, and planning)
Wetland Process Understanding and Modelling:
New developments in wetland process understanding, microbiology, modelling, biogeochemistry of porous media, fluid flows, multi-phase interactions and reactions
Wetlands for Water Pollution Control:
Wetlands treating agriculture runoff, sludge, industrial wastewater, stormwater, combined sewer overflow, domestic wastewater
Monitoring and Remote Sensing of Wetlands:
Implementation of sensors, real-time monitoring and online process control, data management, remote sensing, and spatial and temporal information
Wetland Conservation and Restoration:
Natural and constructed wetlands for ecosystem conservation and restoration
Climate Change and Adaptation:
Design adaptations and implementation of treatment wetlands in tropical climates, arid climates, cold climates, developing countries and regions
INRAE Research Unit REVERSAAL
RESEED : Pôle commun de recherche en ingénierie environnementale - RESsourcEs Eaux & Déchets
INSA Lyon - National Institute of Applied Sciences
INSA Lyon Laboratory DEEP : Déchets Eaux Environnement Pollutions ( Waste Water Environment Pollution )
EU Project MULTISOURCE
INRAE Reuse Network
INRAE BETTER Metaprogram
EU Project HYDROUSA
Carnot Eau et Environnement
Aarhus University Centre for Water Technology - WATEC
Global Wetland Technology - GWT
Évaluation environnementale des déchets, effluents, matériaux, sédiments et sols pollués
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