Schedule

Poster Session

P01- ROHIA et al – (Finland) – Characterizing lake DOM across boreal and arctic landscapes

P02- ROYER et al – (France) – Error analysis of low-rank three-way tensor factorization approach to blind source separation

P03- ASSAAD et al – (France) – Characterization of dissolved organic matter in industrial rivers

P04 – GUIGUE et al – (France) – The use of 3D-Fluorescence and potential biodegradability for the comparison of extraction procedures of water-extractable organic matter in soils

P05 – GADIO et al – (France) – Organic matter sources by Time-Resolved Spectra

P06 – DAOUK et al – (Switzerland) – Multiple interactions between the herbicide glyphosate, dissolved organic matter (DOM) and copper in a vineyard environment assessed with UV/Vis fluorescence spectroscopy

P07 – GUYOT et al – (France) – The Triplet States of Dissolved Organic Matter observed by Phosphorescence Spectroscopy at 77 K

P08 – CHIRANJEEVULU et al – (India) – Diel changes of dissolved fluorescence related to microbial activity in the tropical western Bay of Bengal.

P09 -COELHO et al – (France)- Assessing oxydation mechanisms of wine phenolic compounds via fluorescence signatures of composted winery organic matter.

P10 – GAGNE et al – (Canada) – Extraction préparative de substances humiques marines dissoutes des eaux de l’estuaire du Saint-Laurent, Québec, Canada

P11 – GIOVANELA et al – (Brasil) -Fluorescence characteristics of aquatic fulvic and humic acids from varied origins as viewed by excitation/emission matrix (EEM) spectroscopy

P12 -GUO et al – (France) – Optical properties of dissolved organic matter in the Seine river catchment (France).

P13 – GUO et al – (China) – DOM in groundwater_coastal Dagu River watershed

 

April 10th, 2013 : Opening of the registration link

Dear all, since today, April 10th 2013, the link for registration is opened. Do not forget to register !

Note that you can have cheap room near the workshop’s site by booking a student room at the university. It is situated on the Toulon University Campus, really close by. The Workshop place is at 5 min by walking in little pine forest. A commercial center is situated at 10 min walking.

To take advantage of this accomodation you need to register before the end of April. Be careful, after this date, registration will still be opened but not the student room booking !!!

Benefit about this advantageous price in the South of France by booking as soon as possible.

 

 

Program Tuesday July 16th, 2013

WOMS13 program (pdf version)

8h00-9h00

9h00-9h15

Registering time

opening of the congress by the President of Toulon University

Chairman :

K. Murphy

Secretary :

S. Mounier and W. Guo

Oceanic & Coastal / Geochemistry

9h15-10h00

I1.1

Kathleen MURPHY

PARAFAC analysis of NOM – interpretations, challenges and directions.

10h00-10h30

D1.1

YANG et al

Dynamics of CDNOM from watershed to estuary

10h30-10h45

coffee break/poster session

10h45-11h15

D1.2

DUPOUY et al

Origin and spatial distribution of CDNOM in a tropical lagoon subjected to natural and anthropogenic impacts

11h15-11h45

D1.3

KOWALCZUK et al

Composition of Dissolved Organic Matter along an Atlantic Meridional Transect from fluorescence spectroscopy and Parallel Factor Analysis.

11h45-12h15

coffee break/Discussion / poster session

12h15-14h00

Lunch

Lake, montain & River / Geochemistry

Chairman

Treavor H. BOYER

Secretary :

M Tedetti and E. Carstea

14h00-14h30

D1.4

KOTHAWALA et al

TO BE CONFIRMED

Detangling the influence of climatic, catchment and

water chemistry on the fluorescence characteristics of dissolved organic carbon in lakes.

14h30-15h00

D1.5

PONS et al

Characterization of dissolved organic matter in Vosges Mountains river heads

15h00-15h30

D1.6

HAMMOU et al

Fluorescence characterisation of natural organic matter (NOM) from soils and sediments of the Têt river watershed (France) using PARAFAC algorithm. Proposition of a nomenclature from NOM fluorophores.

15h30-16h00

D1.7

GOGO et al

Deciphering the effect of mixed Sphagnum rubellum – Molinia caerulea on litter decomposition through the 3D fluorescence analysis of Water Extractable Organic Matter.

16h00-16h30

Coffee break – poster

16h30-17h15

I1.2

Treavor H. BOYER

Behavior of reoccurring PARAFAC components in dissolved organic matter fluorophores in natural and engineered systems.

17h15-18h15

Brainstorming: Do PARAFAC components have a physical meaning ?
animators: K. Murphy, T.H. Boyer, S. Mounier, W. Guo, M. Tedetti, E. Carstea

18h30 French Riviera WINES TASTING and their Fluorescence signal animated by C. Garnier

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