OP2016 – Last Day for Early Bird Registration

Orglogoanic Phosphorus Workshop, Lake District, England,  5th – 9th September 2016

31st May 2016 – Register by this date via the Lancaster University On-line store for the early bird registration price of £300.

Draft Programme Now Available

The OP2016 workshop is now officially closed for abstract submissions. We received a substantial number of exceptional abstracts and the OP2016 Steering group has considered all abstracts submitted. The draft programme and poster presentation list can now be found on the programme page of the OP2016 website.

Thematic Sessions Planned – Updated

 Session 1 – Organic Phosphorus flows in the environment in context with other nutrient cycles: Integration across ecosystems.

Session Chairs:  Ben Turner and Reiner Giesler

Session 2 – Methods of evaluating organic Phosphorus stocks, concentration and speciation.

Session Chairs:  Martin Blackwell and Andrea Vincent

Session 3 – Biotic interactions in organic Phosphorus cycling – Plants

Session Chairs: Alan Richardson and Courtney Giles

 Session 4 – Biotic interactions in organic Phosphorus cycling – Microbes

Session Chairs: Leo Condron and Tandra Fraser

Session 5 – Abiotic interactions of organic Phosphorus in soil and waters: Stocks, Flows and impact of scale.

Session Chairs:  Marc Stutter and Tegan Darch

Session 6 – Global challenges for Organic Phosphorus research.

Session Chairs:  Tim George and Phil Haygarth



The Low Wood Bay Hotel hotel is filling up quickly, so to take advantage of the reduced room rates, the hotel should be contacted directly on 015394 39431, quoting Ref. 821506. The room rates include accommodation, Full English Breakfast, Three course Table d’hôte Dinner and use of the Leisure Club: –

  • Sole Occupancy rate per person, per night – £120
  • Twin Occupancy rate per person, per night – £100
  • Delegate partner rate per person, per night – £80 (where the partner is not attending the workshop)

We look forward to seeing you at the workshop

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