Meetings/Workshops on Agronomy, Food Production and Food Chemistry in Germany

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ICNF Germany 2021 — International Conference on Nutritional Health and Food Science & Technology
28 Jun 2021 - 30 Jun 2021 • Munich, Germany
Organizer:
Nutritional Health and Food Science & Technology leadership committee
Abstract:
Food and Nutrition 2021 invite for our International Conference on Nutritional Health and Food Science & Technology in Germany on June 28-30, 2021. The theme of the conference “Focusing on Innovative Strategies in Food and Nutrition Research” Nutrition Conference creates a platform to considerate the vital parts of Food Technology and Nutrition in Health. The conference is expected to grant a prominent opportunity to the professionals to discuss the latest research and challenges in the field of Nutritional Health and Food Science & Technology. Worldwide Clinical Nutritionists, Dieticians, Delegates, Professors, Researchers, and other Health-care Professionals will present their novel research and provide an insight into the current research in Nutritional Health and Food Science & Technology
Contact:
Phone: [1-650-835-7727];     Email: divis.nutri@gmail.com
Topics:
Nutritional Health Obesity Pediatric Nutrition Dairy Technology Nutraceuticals & Nutrition Supplements Clinical Nutrition Nutritional Therapy and Treatments Food Quality, Safety and Regulations Food borne diseases and Remedies Food Packaging
Event listing ID:
1385347
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7th EGU Galileo Conference: Second workshop on isotope-based studies of water partitioning and plant-soil interactions
28 Jul 2021 - 30 Jul 2021 • Hanover, Germany
Organizer:
EGU, the European Geosciences Union
Abstract:
Over the last decade there have been tremendous advances in both technological development and process-based understanding of ecohydrological processes. Along with these, several long-standing assumptions have been questioned and novel, highly debated hypotheses proposed. The workshop addresses the urgent need to share experiences, discuss and advance knowledge about ecohydrological and physiological mechanisms that regulate the selection of different water sources taken up by plants. The workshop aims to gather scientists with different scientific background (hydrology, ecology, plant physiology, soil science, remote sensing, ...) but common research interests in using stable isotopes of water as tracers to study the cycling of water through the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. We put a special focus on novel and innovative methods for the measurement and application of isotope-based methods, as well as interdisciplinary studies.
Topics:
Water partitioning at various interfaces, Determination of root water uptake depths using isotope-based methods , Partitioning of Evapotranspiration in its components , Mixing models , Methodological advances in monitoring water stable isotopes , Advances in continuous monitoring techniques of soil and plant water isotopes , Extraction methods and related issues, Plant physiological aspects and constraints related to water partitioning , Combining water stable isotopes and other tracers to improve the understanding of ecohydrological processes, Isotopic labeling and multi-tracer applications (2H, 18O, 15N, 13C) , Large-scale studies employing water stable isotopes and upscaling of field studies , Novel approaches in combining isotope-based methods with remote sensing , Development and application of isotope-enabled models
Event listing ID:
1370548
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Last updated: 01 November 2020