The organizing committe says THANK YOU all for coming to Husum, thank you for sponsoring and thank you all volunteers to make SWIM23 a success!
Good luck for SWIM24 in Australia!
We cordially invite you to the 23rd Saltwater Intrusion Meeting also known as "SWIM" to take place in Husum, Germany, from 16 - 20 June 2014.
The conference is designed to bring together scientists, engineers, water resource managers, and policy makers who are actively involved in and/or affected by salt water intrusion, management of coastal aquifers, and submarine groundwater discharge. This includes those studying the marine environment as well as those from the terrestrial side. Participants from academia, private consulting firms, local, state, and national government agencies will interact in an informal and relaxed environment to summarize and review state-of-the-art methods for investigating salt water intrusion.
SWIM has been held in different European countries on a biennial basis since 1968 with an increasing number and diversity of participants. Since 2008, every second SWIM is held outside Europe. In spite of its name, SWIM is not solely restricted to seawater intrusion problems. The meetings are very successful in bringing together people who are interested in saline groundwater issues: well-known specialists, water managers and students.
SWIM focuses on seawater intrusion, aquifer salinization, and related processes. The growing interest among scientists and water managers reflects the increasing relevance of managing saline groundwaters all around the world, especially in densely populated coastal areas. Problems include:
|Opening Call for Papers||01 December 2013|
|Deadline for Abstract Submission||01 February 2014|
|Notification of Abstract Acceptance||19 February 2014|
|Deadline for Paper Submission||15 March 2014|
|Final date for reduced payment||21 April 2014|
|SWIM 2014||16 – 20 June 2014|