15th International Circumpolar Remote Sensing Symposiums

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15 May 2018 24:00 CET (=UTC+2)

ABSTRACT Acceptance Notice: 1 June 2018

Thank you very much for your interest in the 15th ICRSS 2018.

The Programme Committee welcomes the submission of abstracts on any topic related to remote sensing of polar regions. The committee will decide the form of presentation: oral or poster. If you do not want to give an oral presentation, please select “poster only” when submitting your abstract. If you have no special preference, please select “poster or oral” when submitting your abstract. Authors will be notified of the type of presentation.

 

Please follow the guidelines on this page for the submission of your abstract.

Accepted abstracts will be published in a digital conference proceeding volume that will be distributed through the conference website.

Guideline for Abstract Submission

1.    All abstracts must be submitted and presented in English. Please use US spelling and have your abstract proofread.

2.    They should be as informative as possible:
       (a) state specific object of study and methods
       (b) summarise results obtained
       (c) state conclusions reached

3.    All abbreviations used must be defined the first time they appear.

4.    Abstract text must not exceed 500 words; heading maximum of 25 words.

5.    You may upload a maximum of one figure (.jpg; .png; .pdf) or one table. Tables should be provided as vector .pdf file, not in raster graphics. Figures and tables reduce your maximum abstract length by 200 words.   

6.    Please limit literature citations to a maximum of 2 references. 

7.    Please use the abstract template to submit the abstract. You can upload it in the submission form.

15 ICRSS Call for Abstracts

15 ICRSS Call for Abstracts
Abstract Submission

Licence and copyright agreement

The following licence and copyright agreement is valid for any ICRSS2018 abstract.

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By submitting an abstract, the authors certify that they have read and agreed to the following terms:

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·                     The authors warrant that they secure the right to reproduce any material that has already been published or copyrighted elsewhere.

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