The fast economic growth and related human activities worldwide are dramatically influencing the environment, from river catchments to estuaries and seas.
This conference is a global event with participants from all over the world, providing a forum for exchanging and sharing experiences with colleagues and leaders in the field.
Bo Gustafsson will give a presentaton on "Calculation of maximum allowable inputs and country-wise nutrient load reduction targets for the HELCOM Baltic Sea action plan revision 2013"
- Functioning of estuarine and coastal waters
- Estuarine Wetlands, their understanding, restoration, rehabilitation, filter function and role in human health
- Inputs to aquatic ecosystems of contaminants, nano-particles, nutrients; partitioning, bioavailability, bioaccumulation and health
- Coastal water - Catchment links, implications and sustainable solutions
- Eutrophication, anoxia and harmful algal blooms
- Environmental challenges and remediation in view of climate change and related phenomena
- Geomorphological, physical and ecological effects of engineering constructions within estuarine systems and coastal waters
- Estuarine ecosystem health and governance
- EMECS Session "Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas"
- LOICZ East Asia - Yantai Node Session "River mouths and coastal sustainability"
- SKLEC Session "Effects of human activities and global change on hydro-morphological processes in estuaries and coastal areas"
- Quantifying economic and ecological sustainability
- Economic development and ecological and socio-cultural risks: the socio-cultural-economic-ecology interface
- Technical developments in detecting change and managing heavily modified estuaries
- Strategies and Tools for improved estuarine management
- Special Session/Workshop “Writing, refereeing and publishing scientific papers”