International Conference of the ISSLR on Inland SALT LAKES AND SALINAS

Due to the current health situation, the 14th International Conference of the ISSRL (International Society for Salt Lake Research) in Murcia, Spain, will be held online in October 2021.
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International Society for Salt Lake Research

Promoting the study, management, use, and conservation of salt lakes http://isslr.org/

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Institute of Saltscapes and Salt Heritage

IPAISAL is devoted to the defense, research and sound use of the natural, cultural and human values of salt heritage and saltscapes worldwide. Organizer

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LIFE Salinas Project

The LIFE Salinas Project is based on sustainable development, as it improves the conservation of both the priority fauna species and the habitats in the European Union and enhances the ecosystem services by increasing the production and the improvement of the salt quality. Collaborator

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CALBLANQUE ASSOCIATION

The Calblanque Association carries out various activities to increase public awareness and knowledge about the environment in the Parque Regional de Calblanque, Monte de las Cenizas y Peña del Águila. Collaborator

Convention Bureau

Its main objective is to promote the municipality of Murcia as a venue for events, congresses and conventions. Collaborator

Cover photo: Rasall's saltpands in the Regional Park of Calblanque, Monte de las Cenizas y Peña del Águila

International Society for Salt Lake Research

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Saline lakes have a considerable economic, ecological, and scientific value. In 1994 it was founded the International Society for Salt Lake Research (ISSLR) to enable its members to receive continuing education, build professional networks, and present findings from resear into Salt Lakes. In addition, conferences and meetings are held to establish effective liaison between persons interested in any aspect of inland saline waters, and to educate the public in the scientific use, management, and conservation of salt lakes. The ISSLR is committed to providing a harassmentfree environment for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, physical appearance, ethnicity, religion or other group identity.

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