Call For 2019 Abstracts


The Call for Abstracts for the 2019 Great Plains LID Research and Symposium is NOW CLOSED

All presenters (poster and speakers) must REGISTER and submit an abstract to be published in the online proceedings.
 Abstract Submission Form was required when registering.
Abstract deadline was April 19, 2019.
Please be sure to review all content below as you will find the answers to many commonly asked questions.

The conference will focus on the Great Plains region. However, presentations on national and international LID applications are welcome and encouraged.


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All presentations (including posters) are to be accompanied by an abstract for publication in the online conference proceedings.

Abstracts are required for poster presentations. Please be sure to indicate your preference for poster presentation in the TITLE (e.g. POSTER: Title here). We will provide pins and other supplies to mount your posters.

Dimensions – Posters are expected to follow traditional size limitations (48”w x 36”h). We will supply poster boards which will have a maximum size of 4 ft x 6 ft in landscape orientation. In addition to the poster board, there will be a 6 ft table on which you can place handouts or other information for interested people.

* Final acceptance in scientific program is contingent on receipt of abstract by DEADLINE, April 19, 2019 AND completed conference registration.

Arrive at least 10 minutes before the session begins with your presentation on a flash drive to upload the presentation. Laptop and LCD projector are provided for all presentations in a single session. The computer will include Acrobat Reader, PowerPoint, and a Chrome or Firefox web browser.

Sessions will begin on time:
• Each session is scheduled to be 60 minutes in length
• Presentations are 15-minutes each, inclusive of questions and transitions.

• Speakers should NOT plan to use a personal computer for their presentation
• Speakers should end their presentation with the words, “Thank you” not “I will now take questions” because there may not be time for questions. The moderator will determine if there is time for questions.

At least 10 minutes before the session begins: Check audio-visual equipment, get acquainted with speakers, and give any special instructions. There will be a laptop and LCD projector as well as slide advancer available for speakers to use. The speakers will come in before the session and upload their presentation to the laptop.
At the beginning of the session, quickly introduce the session and yourself by giving your name and organization. Keep the introduction of speakers brief – name of presenter, organization, and paper title.
Start the session on time:
• Each session is scheduled to be 60 minutes in length
• Presentations are 15-minutes each , inclusive of questions and transitions.

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