|Important Abstract Information:|
Presentations at the 2020 RRC Conference will be 15 minutes long. A short abstract needs to be submitted (max 1,000 characters with spaces); this will be published in the delegate handbook. In addition to this, an extended abstract will be required (max 3,000 characters with spaces); this will be published on the RRC website and used within the selection process. Please note that abstracts may be slightly altered for publication, although key messages will be stressed.
Successful extended abstracts must include the following:
Every year we enjoy some presentations on high-level topics such as the strategic direction of river management, or overarching funding or political trends. We understand that it may be difficult for these people to submit a detailed abstract at this point. If you would like to propose a presentation of this type, please let us know. In some cases we may be able to accept a brief topic from you now, and allow you to provide further details at a later date.
|Increasing the evidence base and learning: a request to speakers|
|We would like all conference participants to share and learn from each other's experiences. So if you are planning to send in an abstract related to a case study, please try to encompass examples of evidence based, best practice techniques & monitoring result within your presentation.|
Once your abstract has been submitted you will receive a submission receipt. Please ensure you have received this as it is confirmation that we have received your presentation abstract.
Submit your abstract in the form below
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