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INSTRUCTION FOR ABSTRACT PREPERATION AND SUBMISSION
Please follow the example below.
TITLE OF ABSTRACT
Wolfgang BURGHARDT* and Oliver HORST**
*Angewandte Bodenkunde/Soil Technology, FB. Biology and Geography, University Duisburg-Essen, 45177 Essen, Germany, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org .
**Institute for Agro-Service, 5883 Munich, Germany
KEYWORDS: abstract, title, author(s), institution, text.
All authors agree to the content of the abstract and the oral or poster presentation.
Maximum abstract length should not exceed one page. Format of page should be A4. Page margins should be 2.5 cm.
Select a conference topic appropriate for your presentation. Inform us about your preference of presentation: oral or poster.
Title in capital letters, bold, 14 pt Times new roman font type. Maximum 140 characters inclusive blanks. Title is in the middle justified
Author(s) first and last name should be in bold. Author(s) first and last name and address(es) should be in Times new roman font, 12 pt font, and author(s) last name in capital letters. Add address(es), institution(s) and country(ies) of authors. Add e-mail address of the first author.
Authors name and addresses are in the middle justified.
The text of the abstract should be in Times New Roman font, 12 pt font, single spaced. Recommended abstract length is ½ page. Black and white figures may be included if necessary.
3 to 5 keywords should be added.
Abstracts should be submitted as single MS Word DOC files as an E-mail attachment. The address for submission is: email@example.com.
PLEASE CHECK your abstract before submission to be sure that your contribution is clear and well presented.
DEADLINE for abstract submission for
- oral presentation: October 31, 2009,
- poster presentation: January 4, 2010.
(1) Concepts of soil fertility and soil productivity, contents,
chances, limitations and contradictions
(2) Soil quality concepts and indicators with respect of soil
fertility and soil productivity
(3) Soil properties for soil fertility and for use of soil
(4) Soil properties for soil productivity and soil
investments based services
(5) Limits of soil fertility and soil productivity by other
natural plant production factors than soil
(6) Short time investments for use of soil productivity
(7) Soil conservation measures to maintain and improve
soil fertility and productivity
(8) Modelling soil fertility, productivity and conservation
(9) Soil changes and impacts by shift from use of soil
fertility properties to soil productivity properties
(10) Land management and policy requirements with
respect to soil fertility and soil productivity
(11) Future perspective about the importance of soil
fertility and soil productivity with respect of different
domains of soil use
(12) Soil fertility and soil productivity under changing
(13) Prospect of soil fertility and soil productivity
(14) Others about the thematic soil fertility – productivity