Creating a Storm: The Future of Stormwater in Australia

Call For Abstracts

The Conference Steering Committee of STORMWATER 2010 are now inviting all stormwater practitioners to submit an Abstract for Conference Papers, particularly those that highlight lessons earned and demonstrate the successful application of those lessons. Abstracts that focus on the process involved in undertaking the project rather than the outcomes of the project will be highly regarded.

Full details are contained in the Call for Abstracts document which can be downloaded by clicking here or alternatively can be downloaded from the official conference website at

In 2010 we are seeking abstracts for both “Refereed” and “Non Refereed” papers. “Refereed” papers will be subject to rigorous scientific peer review under the supervision of a formal Conference Scientific Committee in accordance with the “Higher Education Research Data Collection Specifications for the Collection of 2010 Data”. This process has been put in place by the Conference Steering Committee to attract academic papers.

Authors not associated with a research institution may prefer to submit papers that are “Non Refereed”.

It is anticipated that refereed and non refereed paper sessions will be approximately 30 minutes in length with an additional 10 minutes allocated for questions.

Based on the 2010 Conference theme, conference paper abstracts are being sought in the following streams:

  • Supporting Better Urban Outcomes – Biodiversity and Amenity
  • Protecting our Urban Waterways – Water Quality and Managing Flow Impacts
  • Managing Open Spaces – Sustainable Stormwater Harvest
  • Building our Future – Policy. Planning and Knowledge
  • Institutional Capacity Building – Improving Governance of Stormwater

To download the full Call for Abstracts document, please visit the Call for Abstracts page on the conference website at

For further information about STORMWATER 2010 please contact Julie McGraw at GEMS Event Management at or visit the conference website.