The Policy & Practice of Climate Change & Water

19th Physical Processes in Natural Waters Workshop

The University of Bath is pleased to announce it is hosting the 19th International Physical Processes in Natural Waters (PPNW) workshop.

The PPNW workshops explore the physics of lakes and coastal water bodies and their interactions with the physical and biogeochemical processes that control water quality, ecosystem functions, and the services these systems provide. In 2016, the workshop at Bath will have a specific focus on innovative measurements of turbulence and biogeochemical fluxes in lakes and other stratified waters, although contributions from all relevant subject areas are welcome. Event organizers are happy to have Professor John Simpson (Bangor University) as their keynote speaker this year.
When: 11-15 July 2016
Bath, United Kingdom
How to Register:
Abstracts are due on 15 January 2016; a template will be posted on this website soon. Registration for the event is £300 and includes: lunch, tea, conference dinner at the Pump Room Restaurant at the Roman Baths, & a local excursion.

Please make note of the following important dates:
Abstract submission: 15 January 2016
Abstract acceptance: 15 February 2016
Registration and extended abstracts deadline: 15 April 2016

The open workshop seeks to expand contacts with neighboring fields such as physical oceanography, the atmospheric sciences, and engineering. With forty to sixty participants and a small number of invited speakers, the PPNW meetings combine an active workshop atmosphere with a comfortable timeframe for presentations and discussions.