Call for Abstracts & Online Submission
GSS 2020 invites you to submit papers to share the findings of the latest cutting-edge research. The conference will bring together diverse group of professors, researchers and students from around the world specializing in Global Soil Security issues. Accepted abstracts will be presented in the “Oral Sessions” and/or “Poster presentation (panel display)” during the conference.
All abstracts must be submitted through the online submission system (no template) of the GSS 2020 conference website at www.globalsoilsecurity2020org.
Fax or Email submission is not acceptable.
|Abstract Submission Open
||November 1 (Fri), 2019
|Abstract Submission Deadline
||March 31 (Tue), 2020
||April 10 (Fri), 2020
|Early Registration Due
||April 30 (Thu), 2020
Theme & Session Topics
Soil security requires maintenance and improvement of the soil resource to meet global challenges to produce food, fiber, and fresh water, to contribute to sustainable energy production, adapt to climate changes, and to maintain biodiversity and human health. Those concerned with achieving soil security recognize that attainment involves scientific, economic, and political engagement to effectively and credibly inform political and legal frameworks and implement appropriate actions.
Global Soil Security: Beyond the Soil to Human Health
- 1. Soil capability based on soil function
- 2. Soil quality and condition
- 3. Soil capital value
- 4. Soil connectivity and education
- 5. Soil codification for policy framework
- 6. Soil links to human health
- 7. Soil ecosystem service and sustainability
- Abstracts MUST be prepared in English.
- Title of the abstracts must be concise and indicative of the content of the abstract and avoid using abbreviations in the title.
- Abstract may NOT exceed 350 words (text only), and must include four areas:
: A brief statement on the purpose of the study and the current state of research in the field.
: The methods of study or experimental approach must be defined briefly.
: A summary of the study results, including sufficient details to support those conclusions.
: A statement describing the significance of the work and its implications for further research.