The themes of this Conference are:

  • Methods and models in karst hydrogeology
  • Vulnerability and protection of karst groundwater
  • Karst geomorphology and landscape
  • Cave monitoring and management
  • Karst groundwater dependent ecosystem


The topics of interest will be experiences and case studies, techniques used and results obtained in recent scientific research on karst hydrogeology. The required abstract is composed by 300 to 500 words and, after acceptation of the Scientific Committee, it will be included in an electronic proceeding book (abstract collection). Authors of selected abstracts will be invited to submit a full-length paper for publication in a Springer book series. The official language of the Symposium will be English; any presentation (document or oral) should be in English. 

Full-length papers and Eurokarst 2024 conference book

After abstract acceptance, selected Authors will be invited to submit a full-lenght paper, to be published as individual chapters in the Eurokarst 2024 conference book belonging to Springer series “Advances in Karst Science”.

Please note that the abstract acceptance does not ensure that your contribution will be included in Springer’s Eurokarst 2024 conference book, but only in the electronic proceeding book.

The submitted manuscript should be 8-10 pages long, including title, authors’ names and affiliation, keywords, the body of the paper, tables and figures, acknowledgements (if needed), and references. Full detailed instructions for full-length manuscripts will be available soon.


Communications will be managed through the Sciences CONF platform. You must first register with a user account to access the submission form. This user account will allow you to track your communication and register later for the event, workshops, field trips, etc.

Special Issue post conference

Authors of the most interesting researches presented during the Conference will be invited to submit an extended manuscript for a Special Issue of the journal Environmental Earth Sciences. Guidelines for authors will be provided later.