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Poster Competition

During the Saline Futures Conference, posters were presented to a broad audience including academics and business professionals. Researchers could take part in a poster competition, and win a prize! 

Poster Competition winners

The organising committee selected two winners from 11 posters that were sent in advance:

Economic feasibility of salinization mitigation for sustainable agriculture Innovative fresh water measures from an economic perspective in the Wadden region in the Netherlands  (PDF 0,5 Mb)
Tine te Winkel Jouke Velstra Stijn Reinhard from the Netherlands

Salinization management using advanced information technologies and non conventional water resources (PDF 1,7 Mb)
P. Guillermo, J. Alarcón & F. Pedrero from Spain

Public Prize winner

In total 25 posters were presented. From these 25 posters the public selected a winner:

The Study of Iran's South Coastal Areas Development Using Saline Water and Soil Resources (PDF 5,9 Mb)
Mehdi Yazdanpanah & Javad Amini from Iran

Other posters poster competition

Study of the situation of soils around the sabkha of Sed el Masjoune (Central Bahira Kalaa des Sraghna, Morocco)
Soukaina El Hasini et al

CHARACTERIZATION OF SALT AFFECTED SOILS High Valley of Cochabamba Bolivia
Andrade D., Colinet G.

Effects of elevated salinity on agronomic and physiological parameters of different mutated wheat lines
Hesam Mousavi, Johanna Lethin, Nupur Naik, Olof Olsson, Henrik Aronsson

SALINITY: A SOCIAL- ECOLOGICAL ISSUE IN BENGAL DELTA
Mohammed Mofizur Rahman Institute for Technology and Resources Management in the Tropics and Subtropics (ITT) | TH Köln, Koln, Germany

Salinity issue in agriculture and solutions scoping study in Iran
Zeinab Hazbavi & Mohammadreza Hosseini

Monitoring and Mapping of Soil Salinity Variability in Fars Province
Atefeh Jafarpoor, Mohammadreza Hosseini et al

Effects of salinization on perennial ryegrass under consideration of fertilization with a natural soil conditioner
Andree Hoppe, Gerhard van Hoorn, Miriam S. Müller, Detlef Stang

Breeding for Salt Tolerance in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.)
S. M. Ahsan Wz Zaman. Ph.D Student. Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Bangladesh.

Salinity issue in agriculture and solutions scoping study in Iran
Zeinab Hazbavi Mohammadreza Hosseini