Speaker Guidelines

Scientific Sessions

CliEnviro 2020 invites talks under sessions, but not limited to:

Agriculture and Natural Resource Management | Submit

Agriculture contributes to climate change and is affected by climate change. Agricultural farming in particular releases significant amounts of methane and nitrous oxide which are two powerful greenhouse gases. Climate change affects the agriculture in many ways, warmer air temperatures affect the length of the growing season, extreme temperatures and difference in precipitation affects the crop productivity, water stress in summer months, rainfall patterns, etc.,. Crop yields are expected to vary at a high graph due to extreme weathers. Reduction in agricultural productivity leads to increase in food prices. Topics to be discussed under this session includes,

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  • Changing precipitation patterns & Rainfall patters
  • Impact due to Floods & Droughts
  • Changes in crop and livestock viability
  • New pests, pathogens, and weed problems
  • Degraded soils

Aquaculture & Fisheries Management | Submit

Effect of Climate change and change in extreme weather events causes impact in water shortages, ocean warming and acidification, sea level rise, adverse changes in water quality, sediment loading, or rapid fluctuations in salinity, productivity of marine ecosystems. Populations of marine organisms will undergo changes in density and geographic distribution and fishery yields will fall. Potential impacts on physical and biological variables were described with emphasis on such topics as biodiversity, disease, and the availability of fishmeal. Estuaries, coral reefs, mangroves and sea grass beds will be affected due to changes.

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  • Adaptation and Mitigation
  • Fish production
  • Impact on fishing communities
  • Sustainable fisheries
  • Fish mortality

Biodiversity | Submit

In many regions due to recent climate changes there are many significant impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem. Human beings are negatively affected due to the loss of biodiversity, this loss may cause food security, vulnerability to natural disasters, energy security, and access to clean water and raw materials. Factors that lead to loss of biodiversity are land use change, climate change, invasive species, overexploitation, and pollution. Main topics discusses under this session are

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  • Biodiversity management
  • Habitats
  • Ecosystem Diversity
  • Species Diversity
  • Genetic Diversity
  • Impact on Humanity

Biofuels and Bioenergy | Submit

Fuels which are extracted from plants and crops like wheat, corn, soyabeans and sugarcane are generally referred as Biofuels. This session mainly focuses on discussions of advantages and disadvantages of the biofuels. Advantages of biofuels are cost benefit, easy to source, renewable, reduce greenhouse gases, economic security, reduce dependance on foreign oil, lower levels of pollution , whereas disadvantages includes high cost of production, monoculture, shortage of food, use of fertilizers, industrial pollution, water use, future rise in price. Bioenergy is a form a renewable energy, which are used to transportation fuels, heat, electricity, and products.

Sub tracks

  • Bioproducts
  • Energy and Environment
  • Biomass conversion technologies
  • Gasification
  • Nanotechnology in Biofuels
  • Environmental impacts of Biofuels

Bioremediation & Biodegradation | Submit

Bioremediation & Biodegradation session highlights talks on role and importance of bioremediation to control the environmental pollutants. This process mainly uses different microorganisms, plants, or microbial or plant enzymes to detoxify contaminants in the soil and environment. Biodegradation is the key process by which biodegradable plastics are broken down in the environment and being used for military applications to restore contaminated soils or ground water on battlefields.

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  • Advances in Bioremediation & Biodegradation
  • Environmental Bioremediation
  • Halogenated organic solvents
  • Biostimulation
  • Environmental Pollution

Causes and Effects of Climate Change | Submit

Earth’s climate is now changing faster than at any point in the history of modern civilization, primarily as a result of human activities. The current focus of climate science involves CO2 emissions. Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere acts as a blanket over the planet by trapping long wave radiation, which would otherwise radiate heat away from the planet. The aim of the session is to talk about Why Should We Care about Climate Change? and how climate will change over the next century is of vital importance - both for our economy and for society.

Sub tracks

  • Air Pollution
  • Greenhouse Gases
  • Droughts and Heat Waves
  • Natural causes of climate change
  • Extreme weather
  • Rising seas

Climatology | Submit

Climatology has developed along two main lines: regional climatology and physical climatology. It deals primarily with the numerical simulation of climate and climatic change, employing models of atmospheric processes based on the fundamental equations of dynamic meteorology. Climatology session covers talks on the efforts of climatologists towards understanding, explaining and attempting to do something about global warming.

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  • Applied Climatology
  • Bioclimatology
  • Dynamic Climatology
  • Hydroclimatology
  • Paleoclimatology
  • Synoptic Climatology
  • Physical Climatology

Geophysics | Submit

Geophysics applies the main principles and methods of physics to study the Earth. Geophysicist studies about the physical aspects of the earth using different methods, including gravity, magnetic, electrical and seismic. Using geophysical techniques a research has been conducted and proven extremely useful in providing evidence in support of the theory of plate tectonics. This session includes about the types of problems or applications can be addressed with geophysics.

Sub tracks

  • Seismology
  • Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
  • Geothermal Energy
  • Data management
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Geohazards

Climate Change and Public Health | Submit

Due to climate change public health systems have broken down globally. Women and adolescent girls generally assume primary responsibility arranging water, food, and fuel for their households in low-income countries. Diseases like foodborne and waterborne illnesses, malnutrition, vector-borne diseases, heat-related disorders, respiratory and allergic disorders, and mental health problems are more due to climate change. Topics under this session can be discussed are

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  • Extreme Temperature
  • Heat-aggravated illnesses
  • Quantifying Health Impacts
  • Temperature-Related Death and Illness
  • Air Quality Impacts

Climate Change Risk, Policy, and Law | Submit

Climate change is the major problem all around the world with significant consequences and challenges. Expanding the knowledge base allows policy makers to select, understand and refine specific risk of management strategies and to thereby increase the effectiveness of risk management efforts. Due to climate change legal risks may be high. Speakers can share their view and ideas on addressing the Future risks due to climate change and impacts and risk management of the climate change under this session.

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  • Changes in Precipitation Patterns
  • Weather Forecast
  • Adaptation & Mitigation
  • Consequences of climate change
  • Global climate strategies and policies

Carbon Cycle Modeling | Submit

In last few years, atmospheric CO2 concentration has been increased by 1.5 ppm/yr. whereas average worlds surface temperature has been raised at 0.015°C per year. Carbon Cycle Models includes atmosphere, soil, slow geological processes, including the formation of sedimentary rock and fossil fuels. Key topics covered under this session are

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  • Atmospheric CO2
  • Human Emissions
  • Microbial Respiration and Decomposition
  • Terrestrial Photosynthesis
  • Fossil Fuels

Earth Science & Weather Analysis | Submit

Earth's weather system mainly consists of the dynamics of the environment and also its interaction with the land and oceans. Importance of weather is to gain an understanding of the Earth system. The main aim of scientist is to enable time-continuous observations of severe storms, tropical cyclones, and atmospheric processes associated with the hydrologic cycle under all weather conditions. Researcher raises a question on how weather forecast duration and reliability can be improved.

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  • GIS & Remote Sensing
  • Weather and Atmospheric Dynamics
  • Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM)
  • Earth system model (ESM) Development
  • Environmental Analysis and Prediction Models

Ozone layer depletion | Submit

Ozone layer plays a crucial role in protecting humans and other organisms living on earth’s surface from harmful effects of exposure to this high-energy electromagnetic radiation. Ozone layer depletion is caused due to the large-scale use of ozone-depleting substances like Chlorofluorocarbons, Methyl chloroform, Carbon tetrachloride. Ozone depletion may increase UV radiation entering Earth surface. Current research evidence suggests that the ozone depletion has come to a halt due to global initiatives were taken everywhere.

Sub tracks

  • Effect of Environmental
  • Risks of Human Health
  • Marine Ecosystems
  • Protection of the ozone layer

Ecology & Ecosystems | Submit

Ecology covers a wide array of interactions that are observed on a microscopic scale all the way up to a global scale. The 3 types of ecosystem modeling which are routinely used in research and management are conceptual models, analytical models, and simulation models. An ecosystem can be managed and protected by knowing how the living things depend on the air, soil and water. This session focuses on importance & role of Ecology in Our Lives.

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  • Principles of Ecology
  • Ecological health
  • Biosphere & Hydrosphere
  • Ecosystem Dynamics
  • Biotic and abiotic

Endangered Species and Forestry | Submit

By losing even one single species can have more impact on the rest of the ecosystem, because the damage will explore throughout the food chain system. Many scientists have proven that human beings are the greatest threat to the survival of endangered species due to the effects caused to climate by the human beings. Forests are very essential for survival of endangered species. Topics that included under the session

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  • Biological Diversity
  • Wildlife Conservation
  • Ecosystem Management
  • Habitat
  • Sustainability

Deforestation | Submit

Around 31% of land area of our planet is covered by forests. Deforestation leads to climate change, soil erosion, fewer crops, desertification, flooding, increase of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and human health. In terms of climate change, cutting trees adds CO2 to the air and removes the ability to absorb existing carbon dioxide. This session covers wide range of discussion on impact of deforestation on humans and other living organisms.

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  • Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • Disruption of Water Cycles
  • Increased Soil Erosion
  • Disrupted Livelihoods

Environmental Sustainability and Development | Submit

Environmental Sustainability is due to replanting forests, preserving wetlands and protecting natural areas from resourcing harvesting. Sustainable development mainly deals with minimizing the depletion of natural resources promoting development without causing any harm to the environment by using environmentally friendly practices. Further research and development needs to carry out in the areas of sustainable development to create better engineering and construction options which are more keeping with environmental sustainable goals.

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  • Environmental Degradation
  • Global Environmental Crisis
  • Ozone Layer Depletion
  • Economic Development

GIS, Geostatistics and Remote Sensing | Submit

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is used for data storage, analyzing and visualizing knowing the geographical position of the earth surface. Spatial analysis can be done by GIS. GIS can be used for climate change, groundwater studies and impact assessments. Geostatistical are mostly used by meteorologists, soil scientists, geologists, oceanographers, foresters and other scientists. This session discusses about the importance and making effective usage of GIS, geostatistics and remote sensing.

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  • Mapping Quantities and Densities
  • Land Cover Classification
  • Topographic Mapping
  • Urban Development
  • Coastal erosion studies
  • Disaster Analysis

Global Warming and Consequences | Submit

Few evidences earlier have shown that during 2000 to 2009 was hotter than any other decade in at least the past 1,300 years. Mainly cause of global warming is CO2 pollution, deforestation and burning of fossil fuels. Main concept of this session is to discuss about the preventive measures to control global warming. Topics included under this session are

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  • Extreme Temperature
  • Higher sea levels
  • Impact on Human Health
  • Air pollution

Green Energy & Renewable Energy | Submit

Green Energy discusses about green electricity, geo-thermal, hydro and solar energy. Renewable energy is often thought as a new technology, nature’s power has long been used for heating, transportation, lighting, and more. This session mainly focuses on discussing the benefits and improving new innovations in the fields of green energy & renewable energy.

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  • Biofuels and Bioenergy
  • Environmental Toxicology
  • Recycling and Waste Management
  • Environmental Pollution Control

Hydrology & Hydrometeorology | Submit

Hydrology includes study not only on the natural distribution and movement of water on the earth surface, it also deals with the effect of human activities on quality of water and with problems in water management. Session mainly consist discussions on role of hydrology and hydrometeorology in the economic development.

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  • Hydrogeochemistry
  • Forecasting of Hydrometeorology
  • Hydrology and Water Resources
  • Watershed Ecohydrology

Marine Science Research & Development | Submit

Climate changes affecting aquaculture are reflected by temperature changes in water and air, particularly surface temperatures in marine conditions and other alterations in oceanographic conditions, including currents, wind speed and waves. Change in extreme weather conditions, as storms causing material damage; marine organism will be affected by stresses and physiological effects, affecting growth and development which leads to diseases and infections. New approaches and research for the development & safety of marine organisms will be discussed.

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  • New aquaculture technologies
  • Fish production traits
  • Integrated farming systems
  • Marine fishmeal replacements
  • Marine pollution & effects

Meteorology | Submit

Meteorology focuses on the lower parts of the atmosphere, primarily the troposphere, where most weather takes place. To observe, explain, and forecast weather meteorologists uses scientific principles, they mainly concentrates on atmospheric research or operational weather forecasting. The phenomenon of Mesoscale ranges from few kms to roughly 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) in size. Topics included under the session are

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  • Development of Modern Meteorology
  • Climate Analytics and Statistics
  • Weather Forecasting and Reconstruction
  • Climate and Weather Forecast meteorology
  • Metrology and Climatology

Natural Hazards and Disaster Management | Submit

Disasters involve economic or environmental impacts, widespread human and material, increasing in the ability of the affected community or society to cope using its own resources. Essential services like electricity, water, health care, sewage/garbage removal, transportation and communications are interrupted by disaster management. It has a major and long-lasting effect on human long after the immediate effect has been mitigated. This session covers discussion on all aspects of Natural Hazards and Disaster Management.

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  • Emergency management
  • Geography and Natural Disaster
  • Floods and Disaster
  • Environmental Pollution and Effects

Pollution and its Effects on Climate | Submit

Increase of driving climate change, the main cause of CO2 emissions – the extraction and burning of fossil fuels – is also a major source of air pollutants. The short-lived climate forcing pollutants (SLCPs) include methane, black carbon, ground-level ozone, and sulfate aerosols which have significant impacts on the climate. Black carbon and CH4 in particular are the top contributors to global warming after CO2. This session includes problems and associated risks, remediation methods and techniques pertaining to air, water, soil, noise, thermal, radioactive and light pollutions and climate change.

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  • Air Pollutants
  • Noise Pollution
  • Black Carbon research
  • Nitrogen Effects on Ecosystems
  • Atmospheric Aerosols
  • Ozone and Methane
  • Air Quality

Recycling and Waste Management | Submit

Waste Management techniques mainly focus on biological processing, waste reduction recycling solutions and landfill. The 3 new technologies that have the potential to reduce emission of toxins that leave less residue and produce syngas, a gas mixture which can be used as fuel for electricity or made into other energy products.

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  • Waste to Energy
  • Composting
  • Recovery and Recycling
  • Plasma Gasification          

Space Monitoring of Climate Variable | Submit

Earth’s magnetic fields are deflected by few of the solar wind charged particles aside from earth and atmosphere filters out utmost UV and X-ray wavelengths from sunlight. The calibrated and verified measurement data will then be propagated in future to the teams in the Space Weather Service Network for further validation, processing and utilization of end-user applications and services. In this session we can discuss about the recent advancements of communications and information technology that enables to collect a huge amount of space-based and ground-based observation data in real-time. Topics that are included under this session are

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  • Space Disaster
  • Climate Change and effects
  • Spatial and temporal dynamics of fish populations
  • Sustainability and Climate Change

Wildlife Ecology, Conservation, and Management | Submit

It is very important to understand how species interacts within their ecosystems, and how they're affected by environmental and human influences. Global Climate change is gradually increasing the mean annual temperatures. This session addresses talks on how technology can transform wildlife conservation and what are the measures to be taken to save wildlife conservation.

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  • Current Issues on Wildlife Management and Conservation
  • Emergence of Wildlife Conservation
  • Habitat Destruction
  • Wildlife Disease Management
  • Environmental Factors Affecting Wildlife
  • Endangered Species

Wind Power & Solar Energy | Submit

Generation of wind power in a clean and sustainable manner increasingly plays an important role globally. The advantage of wind power is fastest-growing energy sources and inherent challenges around the world addressing through research and development. Sustainable source of energy is the additional benefit of wind power. In point an atmosphere benefit to wind power is its capability to counter the detrimental impacts of climate change. Sub tracks that includes under this session are

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  • Power Generation and Supply
  • Modern and Alternate Energy
  • Wind Turbine Technology
  • Renewable & Sustainable Energy
  • Wind Safety Measures
  • Green and Bio Energy

Groundwater Management | Submit

Ground water is particularly vulnerable to pollution. It is required to be native, and to a far greater degree than that applied to surface water management. Disposal of much human and industrial waste and the excretion of pesticides and herbicides have demoted numerous aquifers over economic remediation. Topics included under the session are

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  • Groundwater System
  • Integrate Assessment
  • Groundwater Management Strategies
  • Surface Water Resource
  • Manage Aquifer Recharge

Environmental Science & Technology | Submit

Environmental science addresses the challenge of balancing short-term human needs along with the long-term health of environmental systems. Growing complexity of environmental problems is creating a need for scientists with rigorous, interdisciplinary training in environmental science. Under this session talks includes on the key issues on developing environmental technologies to protect the environment.

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  • Conservation
  • Environmental Policy
  • Agriculture
  • Sustainability
  • Pollution
  • Climate Change

Greenhouse Gases | Submit

Now a day human activities like deforestation, burning fossil fuels, intensive agriculture increases more in quantity of CO2 and other greenhouse gases. Extreme weather events have become more common, all these effects have a significant impact on economies, ecosystems and communities. Greenhouse gases have an ardent effect on the energy budget of the Earth system in spite of making up only a fraction of all atmospheric gases. In this Session talks includes on number of processes that influences the greenhouse gases concentrations.

Sub tracks

  • Atmospheric Science
  • Ocean Acidification
  • Climate change
  • Extreme Weather
  • Infrared Radiation

Environmental Chemistry & Toxicology | Submit

Environmental Chemistry & Toxicology aims on the discussion of topics that impacts the damage to the environment by chemicals. Environmental toxic agents have caused many types of diseases in humans. The presence of toxicants in food, water & air include organic and inorganic pollutants, pesticides, biological agents that causes dangerous effects on living organisms.

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  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Ecotoxicology
  • Environmental Remediation Strategies
  • Ecological Risk Assessment
  • Hazard/risk assessment
  • Environmental Safety

Speaker Guidelines

  • Speakers are encouraged to arrive at the venue at least an hour before their presentation is due to start. You will be given the opportunity to go through your slides in the break prior to your speech.
  • Oral sessions allow authors to present papers for discussion detailing their presenting for 20 minutes, with 5 minutes allocated for questionnaire.
  • Speakers are strongly encouraged to dress in business formals during presentations.
  • The conference secretariat will provide a letter of invitation upon request. This letter is to facilitate participant's travel and visa arrangements only.

Presentation Format

  • Technicians will assist you in pre-loading your presentation to the networked system either by their presentation in an USB flash drive/external device or authors can present using their own devices.
  • Prepare notes that highlight the salient points of your talk. Make sure your slides are readable, concise & uncluttered.
  • LCD projectors, Screens, Laser pointers and Microphones are provided.
  • Basic AV setup would be provided; slider with pointer, cordless mike, desktop mike, lapel, basic sound system.
  • Please stop when signaled by the Chair to do so.
  • Speakers who have video clips in their presentation should check the compatibility with the computer projection equipment

Abstract Submission Guidelines

  • Abstracts must be submitted on the understanding that they have not been presented elsewhere (except in the form of a thesis) and are not currently under consideration by another conference. The submitting speaker should ensure that the abstract publication has been approved by all other co-authors.
  • The abstracts must be submitted in English language (including title, abstract text, author names and affiliations).
  • Presenting author’s contact details including full mailing address, office phone number, email address and contact number
  • Name(s) of presenting author and co-authors: first name(s) or initials of first name(s), family name
  • Affiliation details of all authors: Department, institution/hospital, city, state (if relevant), country
  • The presenting author of an abstract must register for the CliEnviro 2020.
  • Abstract must be submitted online or can be e – mailed to the organizer.
  • You will receive a confirmation when the abstract has been received. Please contact the organizer if you did not receive confirmation within 3 working days.
  • You can submit your work in any broad themes (or) other topics related to Climate change & Environmental Sciences.
  • All the abstracts must be submitted before the deadlines provided.
  • Abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings

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