Pleanry sessions and Keynote Speakers

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4 PLENARY SESSIONS :

 

Abstract: TARA-OCEANS : Eco-systems biology at planetary scale

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Abstract: Responsibly farming waters with an ecosystem-based approach and taking advantage of the ecosystem services provided by Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) practices

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Abstract: Transdisciplinary insights into Integrated Ecosystem Assessments: What they are, what they can be, what they should be

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Abstract: Facing the future: can foresight studies help to integrate science and stakeholders?

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FORTEEN KEYNOTE SPEAKERS :

 

  •  Antonio Alvarez ALONSO, CSIC, Spain

for the session Case studies in ecosystem exploitation, assesment and management

Abstract: "Systems engineering methods and tools for a sustainable exploitation of fisheries"

 

  • Elisa BERDALET, CSIC, Spain

for the session From the ecology to the societal impact of harmful algae (COSELMAR PHYCOTOX)

Abstract: "Multidisciplinary and coordinating initiatives to prevent and mitigate the impacts of HABs"

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  • Allan CEMBELLA, Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Allemagne

 for the session Oceans and human health: toxic and pathogenic organisms

Abstract: "Spatio-temporal patchiness of harmful phytoplankton and associated toxins in two coastal embayments in the Ebro Delta (NW Mediterranean)"

 

  •  Gilbert DAVID, IRD, France

for the session Coastal and marine management: uses, communities, planning

Abstract: "Gouvernance des aires marines protégées et participation des acteurs, l’acceptation sociale de la réserve naturelle marine de La Réunion sous contrainte du risque requin"

 

  • Michael DEPLEDGE, University of Exeter, ECEHH, UK

for the session Oceans and human health: toxic and pathogenic organisms

Abstract: "Do the Oceans really affect your health and wellbeing ?"

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  • Marcel JASPARS, University of Aberdeen, UK

for the session New marine molecules

Abstract: "Increasing value and flow in the marine biodiscovery pipeline".

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  • Stephen JAY, University of Liverpool, UK

for the session Coastal and marine management: uses, communities, planning

Abstract: "The shifting sea: lively space, immersed planning"

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  • Darren LUMBROSO, HR Wallingford, UK

 for the session Risk perception and risk management

Abstract: "Use of an agent-based model to reduce loss of life from coastal flood events"

 

  • Katie LYNCH, University of Cork, Irelande

for the session Multidisciplinary researches in Marine Renewable Energy

Abstract: "Cost reduction in the offshore wind industry and sharing lessons across the offshore energy industries"

 

  • Alan O'CONNOR, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

for the session Climate change of coastal and marine socio-ecosystems: risks, mitigation and adaptation

Abstract: "Risk Analysis of Infrastructure Networks in response to extreme weather including the effects of climate change"

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  • Erik OLSEN, Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway

for the session Case studies in ecosystem exploitation, assesment and management

Abstract: "Ecosystem-based marine spatial planning; developments globally, and in the Northeast Atlantic"

 

  • Koen SABBE, Ghent University, Belgium

for the session Structure and function of intertidal mudflats

Abstract: "The secret life of benthic microalgae in tidal flat"

 

  • Jean-François SASSI, CEA Cadarache, France

for the session Blue growth from marine bioresources and biotechnologies

Abstract: "Algal Biofuels on the verge of deployment: What's Left and What's Next ?"

 

  • Benoit SCHOEFS, Université du Maine, France

for the session Climate change of coastal and marine socio-ecosystems: risks, mitigation and adaptation

Abstract: "Phaeodactylum metabolism converges to phosphoenolpyruvate formation during growth under different lights conditions"

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