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work in progress 2Deadline for submission of abstracts:

15 December 2017 


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Abstract Submission Instructions

  • The abstract should state briefly the purpose of the research, the principal results and major conclusions and must be able to stand alone.
  • Abstracts should be no longer than 200 words.
  • The submitted abstract format should follow the example below.
  • Please submit your abstract in one of the following formats: doc, rtf or odt.
  • Abstracts should be submitted via EasyChair.
  • All submitted abstracts will undergo peer review.

Download Abstract template

Submitting your abstract via Easychair

Step 1-  Go to the ISBS 2018 EasyChair submission page

If you already have an EasyChair account login to your personal account and go to Step 3

Step 2- Creating an EasyChair Account: click on the “sign up for an account” link at the login page and fill in the form. The system will send you an e-mail with the instructions to finish the registration.

NOTE: Some mails servers at universities “filter out” the automatic e-mails send by the EasyChair system. In case you do not receive an e-mail from EasyChair (it may take some time), try to find it in “junk” e-mails. Sometimes this does not help and it is necessary to use another e-mail address. (According to our experience, gmail, hotmail, outlook, yahoo addresses work well.)

Step 3- Abstract Submission:

  • Click “New Submission“, which is located on the toolbar
  • Fill out the form completely
  • Upload your abstract in doc, rtf or odt format
  • Click Submit

NOTE: After submitting your paper successfully, you should receive an e-mail from EasyChair that you have successfully submitted your abstract

Any questions?

The publication of the proceedings of ISBS 2018 is planned as special issue of Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, depending on the amount of manuscripts received and accepted for publication. In synergy with the goals of the symposium, the journal welcomes multidisciplinary studies and integrated approaches covering fundamental aspects of the topic. Please note that geographical case-studies are not encouraged.