Programme Titles Presenters Topics
Sunday 4th September 2016
12:00-15:00 Registration
15:00-15:05 Welcome: Dr. Tim Jennerjahn, Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, Bremen, Germany and Editor-in-Chief of Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science
15:05-15:15 Welcome: Prof. Eva Quante-Brandt, Senator for Science, Health and Consumer Protection of Bremen
15:15-15:20 Welcome: Prof. Hildegard Westphal, Director ZMT
15:20-15:25 Welcome: Dr. Kate Spencer, ECSA President
15:25-15:30 Dr. Tim Jennerjahn: Introduction of Theme and Team (SC, Elsevier, students) and First Keynotes
15:30-17:30 Plenary Session I
17:30-17:45 Joining ECSA: Prof Victor de Jonge, Editor-in-Chief Ocean & Coastal Management, Institute of Estuarine and Coastal Studies, University of Hull, UK
17:45-18:00 Dr. Tim Jennerjahn: Introduction to awards and voting with App
18:30-20:30 Welcome reception with drinks
Poster session I
Monday 5th September 2016
08:00-09:00 GS1A - Coastal morphodynamics affected by engineering structures and sea level rise
London Room
08:00-09:00 GS2A - Aquaculture and pollution of coastal waters
GS3A - Biodiversity in coastal systems
GS4A - Implications of resource use patterns and management for the environment
SS5B - Exploring coastal futures in the Anthropocene
09:00-09:10 Synchronization break
09:10-10:10 GS1A - Coastal morphodynamics affected by engineering structures and sea level rise
London Room
GS2A - Aquaculture and pollution of coastal waters
GS3A - Biodiversity in coastal systems
GS4A - Implications of resource use patterns and management for the environment
SS5B - Exploring coastal futures in the Anthropocene
10:10-10:40 Coffee/Tea
10:40-11:40 GS1A - Coastal morphodynamics affected by engineering structures and sea level rise
GS2A - Aquaculture and pollution of coastal waters
GS3A - Biodiversity in coastal systems
GS4A - Implications of resource use patterns and management for the environment
SS5A - EMECS - Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas -
11:40-11:50 Synchronization Break
11:50-12:50 GS1C - Impact of extreme events on coastal systems
GS2A - Aquaculture and pollution of coastal waters
GS3A - Biodiversity in coastal systems
GS4A - Implications of resource use patterns and management for the environment
SS5A - EMECS - Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas -
12:50-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:00 Poster session I
15:00-16:00 SS1E - Measuring bio-geophysical processes in dynamic and complex environments
London Room
SS1F - Ecogeomorphology of estuarine systems
GS3B - Role of functional and response diversity to changes for ecosystem resilience
GS4D - Valuing marine ecosystem services
SS5H - Repairing the world’s estuaries: opportunities and constraints in the Anthropocene
16:00-16:30 Coffee/ Tea
16:30-17:30 SS1E - Measuring bio-geophysical processes in dynamic and complex environments
London Room
SS1F - Ecogeomorphology of estuarine systems
SS3F - Ecological responses of large estuarine-shelf system under natural and anthropogenic stresses with an interdisciplinary perspective
SS4F - Experimental economics evidence for contributions to marine and coastal collective goods
SS5H/ SS5E - Repairing the world’s estuaries: opportunities and constraints in the Anthropocene/ Managing harbours as complex social-ecological systems
17:30-17:40 Synchronization Break
17:40-19:10 SS1E - Measuring bio-geophysical processes in dynamic and complex environments
SS1F - Ecogeomorphology of estuarine systems
SS3F - Ecological responses of large estuarine-shelf system under natural and anthropogenic stresses with an interdisciplinary perspective
17:40-17:55 SS4F - Experimental economics evidence for contributions to marine and coastal collective goods
17:55-19:10 Ecosystem Network Analysis (ENA) Tutorial
17:40-19:10 SS5E - Managing harbours as complex social-ecological systems
Tuesday 6th September 2016
08:00-09:00 GS1C - Impact of extreme events on coastal systems
London Room
GS2C - Carbon and nutrient cycling in benthic and pelagic ecosystems
GS3B - Role of functional and response diversity to changes for ecosystem resilience
GS4B - Participatory management approaches in coastal zone management
SS5C - From 'anthropogenically-modified' to a 'natural' state in the North and Baltic Seas? – Scientific challenges for the implementation of the European MarineStrategy Framework Directive
09:00-09:10 Synchronization Break
09:10-10:10 GS1C - Impact of extreme events on coastal systems
London Room
GS2C - Carbon and nutrient cycling in benthic and pelagic ecosystems
GS3B - Role of functional and response diversity to changes for ecosystem resilience
GS4B - Participatory management approaches in coastal zone management
SS5C - From 'anthropogenically-modified' to a 'natural' state in the North and Baltic Seas? – Scientific challenges for the implementation of the European MarineStrategy Framework Directive
10:10-10:40 Coffee/Tea
10:40-11:40 GS1B - From measuring to modelling hydro- and sediment dynamics
London Room
GS2C - Carbon and nutrient cycling in benthic and pelagic ecosystems
GS3C - Linkages between estuarine, coastal and marine habitats
GS4E - Governing the commons: Institutions for the sea/ marine governance
SS5D - Coastal filters under remake
11:40-11:50 Synchronization Break
11:50-12:50 GS1B - From measuring to modelling hydro- and sediment dynamics
London Room
GS2C - Carbon and nutrient cycling in benthic and pelagic ecosystems
GS3C - Linkages between estuarine, coastal and marine habitats
GS4E - Governing the commons: Institutions for the sea/ marine governance
SS5D - Coastal filters under remake
12:50-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:00 Poster session II
15:00-16:00 SS1G - Estuarine numerical model development and applications
London Room
GS2B - From catchment to coast: effects of land use change and hydrological regulations
GS3C - Linkages between estuarine, coastal and marine habitats
SS1E - Measuring bio-geophysical processes in dynamic and complex environments
SS5G - Anthropocene and Holocene environmental changes – the past as a window into the future
16:00-16:30 Coffee/Tea
16:30-18:30 SS1G - Estuarine numerical model development and applications
London Room
16:30-18:00 SS2F - Polar estuaries and coasts in transition
Workshop - Student and Early Career Researcher Workshop: Publishing and Reviewing in International Journals
SS4G - A practical illustration of the human dimension in coastal systems and its drivers for change
SS5G - Anthropocene and Holocene environmental changes – the past as a window into the future
Wednesday 7th September 2016
08:00-09:00 GS1B - From measuring to modelling hydro- and sediment dynamics
London Room
GS2B - From catchment to coast: effects of land use change and hydrological regulations
GS3D - Stress responses: from molecular to ecosystem level
GS4C - Marine and coastal spatial planning/ decision support
SS3E - Analysing, assessing and judging integrated ecosystem food webs and other networks
09:00-09:10 Synchronization Break
09:10-10:10 GS1B - From measuring to modelling hydro- and sediment dynamics
London Room
GS2B - From catchment to coast: effects of land use change and hydrological regulations
GS3D - Stress responses: from molecular to ecosystem level
GS4C - Marine and coastal spatial planning/ decision support
SS3E - Analysing, assessing and judging integrated ecosystem food webs and other networks
10:10-10:40 Coffee/Tea
10:40-11:40 GS1D - Monitoring with coastal ocean observing systems
London Room
GS2D - Blue carbon: assessing the role and carbon storage potential of coastal wetlands
GS3D - Stress responses: from molecular to ecosystem level
GS4C - Marine and coastal spatial planning/ decision support
SS2E - The Subterranean Estuary
11:40-11:50 Synchronization Break
11:50-12:50 GS1D - Monitoring with coastal ocean observing systems
London Room
GS2D - Blue carbon: assessing the role and carbon storage potential of coastal wetlands
GS3D - Stress responses: from molecular to ecosystem level
GS4C - Marine and coastal spatial planning/ decision support
SS2E - The Subterranean Estuary
12:50-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:00 Poster session II
15:00-17:00 Plenary Session II
17:00-17:30 Awards and closing of symposium
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