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The 19th International Conference on Environmental Indicators

 The 19th International Conference on Environmental Indicators (September 11-14th, 2011) (ISEI)*

Technion, Haifa, Israel

 

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*International Society of Environmental Indicators

Call for Abstracts:

The 19th International Conference on Environmental Indicators will be held on 11-14 of September 2011 at Technion (Israel Institute of Technology), Haifa, Israel. Abstracts are welcomed for all aspects of environmental indicators research relevant to environmental protection, human health and conservation of our globe. The conference program will include, but not limited to anthropogenic pollution, public health, disease, toxicity, ecotoxicity, remediation, biochemistry, molecular biology, biodiversity, chemical analysis, monitoring techniques, and modeling. Aspects specific to Middle East and Mediterranean basin (but also relevant to many other world’s geographical areas) such as water scarcity, pollution, desalination and recycling are welcome.

Conference Venue:

The conference will be held on the Technion Campus in conference halls of Faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Grand Water Research Institute, both located in very high proximity. Haifa is the northern port of Israel, located 80 km from Tel-Aviv and 145 km from Jerusalem. With nearly 1900 rooms and the new Haifa International Exhibition & Convention Center, Haifa offers a picturesque setting for conventions. The city sitting atop the slopes of Mount Carmel overlooks a breathtaking harbor with steeply-terraced urban landscapes, nature reserves, cultivated gardens, and religious sites of historic significance and incomparable beauty.  The Bahai Shrine and Gardens on Mount Carmel features a gold-domed shrine to Bab, the religion´s prophet, and extensive lush and meticulously maintained gardens that employ 100 full-time gardeners. The Cave of Elijah is sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims and is enshrined by a domed chapel with an altar directly overhead. The German Colony, a historic area of town that was designed and built by German Templar Knights in the 19th century, is now home to trendy eateries and cafes. The Haifa National Museum of Science features a variety of interactive displays like the Hall of Mirrors and the Hall of Darkness, where holographic images of the guests are produced on the wall. The Carmel National Park extends from the city into the surrounding mountains and offers a variety of hiking, biking and horseback riding opportunities.

Important Deadlines:

Abstract Submission Deadline: July 31, 2011

Registration Deadline: August 1, 2011

Conference Registration:

The registration fee is $350 (USD) for regular participants and $ 200 (USD) for students and participants from developing countries, including conference reception and banquet, social drinks, refreshments. All meals during the conference will be provided by restaurant at reasonable prices ($ 7-10) with additional price for special menus.

Conference Field Trip:

  • From Birth to Resurrection, Jerusalem
  •  Dead Sea and Masada
  •  Nazareth
  • Haifa (The city of religious tolerance) 

Conference Publication:

A 2-page extended abstract for oral or poster presentation needs to be submitted to cvrrobi@tx.technion.ac.il before July 31, 2011. Accepted abstracts will be published in the peer-reviewed proceedings of the Journal of Environmental Indicators.

 
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