NAC 2018 will be programmed around a number of broadly defined geoscientific keywords which serves as the main entrance for submission of abstracts. Depending on the number abstracts and the issues presented the program committee will arrange the abstracts in specific sessions. Sessions will be focused on specific issues relevant to the main keywords (e.g. feedback mechanisms in climate change, coastal geology, geothermal energy, etcetera) or can group contributions which have a methodological similarity (e.g. dating techniques, scientific drilling). Subsequently, the program committee decides if an abstract will be accepted as oral or poster presentation.
The oral presentations (15 minutes including discussion/questions) will take place in parallel sessions spread over the two days of the congress. Each day there will be ample time for poster presentations. Scheduling the sessions will take place in the second half of January 2018. Directly afterwards applicants will be informed if their contribution is approved as oral or poster presentation. As NAC 2018 will be an interdisciplinary meeting place for geoscientists, this procedure is aimed to encourage researchers from all fields in Earth Sciences to present their progress of research.

How to submit abstracts

You have to register first! Please choose 'yes' by submit abstract. You will receive an unique link by email. This link can be used to login and submit your abstract. Abstracts (250 words) can be submitted until 10 January 2018

Invitations for poster or oral presentations

The Program committee will compile the program on the basis of the abstract received by 10 January 2018. From all abstracts received, a selection of authors will be invited to give an oral presentation. Oral as well as poster presentations at NAC 2018 will be in English.

In February 2018 the final program will be announced and successful applicants will receive invitations for oral or poster presentations.

Size posterboard: A0 - portrait

Abstract keywords

More information about the keywords can be found here: