If you’re somewhat of a scientist and you’re particularly interested in the behind-the-scenes data that involves the Danube Delta, then you might want to join the “Water resources and wetlands” international conference that the Romanian Limnogeographical Association (this is the first time I hear about this word) is organizing this September in Tulcea.
[adsense]The basic idea is to have an open discussion among researchers and others intimately interested in this field in order to come up with sustainable solutions to humanity’s ever more intense use of water resources.
As mentioned, the conference is an international one, where participants can share ideas from all over the world. Hotel Delta will host it. This event will take place between 14th and 16th of September in Tulcea, the gateway to the Danube Delta, one of Europe’s largest wetlands.
The agenda includes not only indoor activities, but also a series of outdoor workshops where participants will have the chance to visit the Danube Delta in order to witness and assess the impact of various pollutants on the deltaic environment and coastal waters.
Ok, I might have come a little late with this, as the deadline for registration and abstract submission was on April 30th, but it’s still worth digging into it if that’s the sort of thing that you’re interested in.
To find out more about the conference, visit its official page on Romanian Limnogeographical Association’s website (I already hate that word 🙂 )