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[Symposium] ECSA 54 - Coastal systems under change: tuning assessment and management tools

12-16 May 2014

 

The ECSA 54 symposium will be held in Sesimbra, Portugal on 12 - 16 of May 2014. The symposium will be organized by the Centro de Oceanografia, University of Lisbon.

 

ECSA 54 aims to explore the topic of environmental change in estuarine and coastal systems by addressing multiple issues from individual to ecosystem scales aiming at advancing assessment and management tools.

 

The symposium will be organized under the following 6 broad themes:

  • Hydrodynamic and geomorphological shifts in coastal systems
  • Geochemical processes in changing environments
  • Shifts in biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
  • From genes to ecosystems: effects of global change
  • Connectivity and its implications towards conservation and management
  • Improving management and decision processes: advances in predictive tools

 

The RISC-KIT project will be represented through a presentation by Susana Costas of University of Algarve, on the topic 'Why do we decide to live with risk at the coast? '.

 

Date: May 12-16, 2014

Venue: Main venue - Cine Teatro João Mota & Conde Ferreira Auditorium, Sesimbra, Portugal; for further information on the additional venues please consult the Conference website

Organiser: Centro de Oceanografia, University of Lisboa, Portugal

Agenda: Available on ECSA 54 Conference website

 

For further information please visit the Conference website.

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