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General Session Proposals

Physics

  • Coastal hydrodynamics and sediment dynamics
  • Tides, waves, and storm surges in estuaries and coasts
  • Impact of extreme events on coastal systems
  • Monitoring and prediction with observation systems and models

Ecology

  • Coastal biodiversity and ecosystems
  • Habitat conservation and aquaculture
  • Coastal Ecosystem Restoration
  • Connectivity of estuaries, saltmarshes, mangroves, seagrass beds and coral reefs
  • Stress responses and resilience: from molecular to ecosystem level

Biogeochemistry

  • Terrestrial carbon and nutrient input and estuarine transformation
  • Eutrophication, Hypoxia and Ocean Acidification
  • Blue Carbon sequestration and storage
  • Source tracing and food web accumulation of pollutants

Human dimensione

  • Coastal governance and policy
  • Socio-economic impacts and adaptation
  • Community engagement and stakeholder involvement
  • UN Ocean Decade initiatives in estuaries and coasts
  • Decision support tools and marine spatial planning
  • Science communication, citizen science and ocean literacy

Special Session Categories

Submission Id

Title

2

Nitrogen biogeochemical cycling in estuarine and coastal ecosystems

3

Social-oceanographical modeling to promote decision-making of coastal resilience in the Sustainable Development Goals(SDG)

6

Ecological modelling of coastal ecosystems

8

Response and resilience against natural hazards: science, policy and community engagement

12

“Source-to-Sink” processes across the river-estuary-coast shelf continuum under changing climate and human activities

13

Biogeochemistry and hydrology across the land-ocean continuum in the coastal transition zone

16

Dynamics of organic carbon cycling at the land-ocean interface

22

Knowledge Co-Production in the Implementation of Closed Season in Africa

23

Estuarine & Coastal Sciences in Ice Cover Seas

30

Environmental change affecting COastal ecosystems of tropical China during the Anthropocene: Landward vs. OCeanic influence (ECOLOC)

35

Challenges in the integration of ecological, socio-ecological and socio-economic aspects in estuarine, coastal and marine management

37

Blue Carbon ecosystem assessment, restoration and accounting

38

Compound weather, climate and biogeochemical extreme events

41

Deepening knowledge on the resilience and responses of estuarine ecosystems under climate change

42

Coastal wetlands: processes, interactions and evolutions

44

Estuarine and deltaic coastal resilience with nature-based solutions

45

Lateral exchanges of carbon and nutrient in coastal blue carbon ecosystems

46

Mainstreaming Nature-Based Solutions for transformative climate adaptation in marine coastal areas

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