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3rd Coastal and Maritime Mediterranean
Conference (Conférence Méditerranéenne Côtière et
Maritime), Ferrara, Italy.
On this occasion the conference is organized by:
• Pôle Mer Méditerranée with its partners: the Centre
Français du Littoral association – CFL, the CEREMA-EMF
and a number of French companies
• the University of Ferrara in partnership with
Consorzio Futuro in Ricerca and Italian companies and
other international sponsors.
This three-day Mediterranean Conference comprises two
days of conference work including oral presentations and
posters and one day dedicated to a technical visit of
coastal works in the lagoon of Venice, the site of the
Mose Project, one of the largest projects of surge
flood gates in the world.
The deadline for paper title submission has been
extended to 31 March 2015. Further details on
submission are on the bilingual (English/French)
Final submission of the paper is expected for 20 June
9th International SedNet Conference:
Solving societal challenges: working with sediments,
Hosted and co-organised by AGH University of Science and
Technology, Kraków, Poland.
Abstracts can be sumbitted until 15 January 2015.
More info here.
18th International Riversymposium
‘Healthy Rivers - Healthy Economies‘, Brisbane,
More info here.
PIANC-SMART Rivers Conference in
Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Call for Abstracts is now open!
Conference Topics are:
- Information services and technology for inland
- International and transboundary collaboration in
inland waterway transport and river management
- Integration of inland waterway transport in the inter
modal supply chain
- Inland waterway transport and the environment (including
- Inland ports and waterways
- Hydraulic structures
- Multi purpose use of river systems (e.g. transport,
- Operational management & maintenance of waterways (e.g.
dredging, aids to navigation, etc.)
- Case studies of big fluvial navigation systems
- Inland recreational navigation and waterfront areas
Abstract deadline is January 1, 2015.
All info about the conference can be found on
email@example.com for any questions
regarding PIANC-SMART Rivers 2015.
ECSA 55 – Unbounded
boundaries and shifting baselines: Estuaries and coastal
seas in a rapidly changing world, London, UK.
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10th Iberian and 7th Iberoamerican Conference
on Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, CICTA
2015, University of Tras-os-Montes e alto Douro,
Abstracts for oral and poster presentations to be
submitted by 30 March 2015.
The scope of CICTA 2015 includes the following topics:
Aquatic Toxicology | Environmental Chemistry and
Toxicology | Endocrine Disruption | Emerging Toxic
Compounds (Pharmaceuticals, Agricultural contamination)
| Biomarkers | Soil Pollution, Conservation and
Restoration | Nanotoxicology | Aquaculture and
Environment | Cell and Molecular Toxicology | Omics
Analysis Methodologies | Microbial Ecotoxicology |
Bioremediation | Environmental Chemistry Monitoring |
Risk Assessment | Ecosystem Level Effects | Global
Changes | Distribution Pollutants in Biosphere |
Monitoring and modelling | Socio-economic-political
More info at:
IS.RIVERS - International conference
Integrative Sciences and sustainable development of
rivers, ZABR - Lyon, FRANCE, organised by GRAIE and
Call for papers is now open!
IS.Rivers is an international conference dedicated to
research and practices on natural and human-impacted
large rivers, in particular functioning, changes and
processes, interface and interactions, management
It aims to promote multidisciplinary approaches and to
engage all stakeholders to stimulate European and
You are invited to submit a paper for IS.Rivers 2015,
whether it is:
• A scientific approach
• A case study
A declaration of intent must be filled out before
October 30, 2014 using the electronic form available
The final communication, can be sent from October 31, to
December 1st, 2014.
• Understanding aquatic and riparian ecosystems
functioning and evolution
• Ecosystem services of large rivers
• Tools and methods to understand the complexity of
socio-ecosystems and to build a framework for practices
• Environmental engineering and restoration
• Global changes
• Cities and rivers
Deadline for declaration of intent: October 30, 2014
Abstracts submission: from October 31 to December 1st,
Notification of acceptance for oral or poster
presentation: February 2015
Registration opening: March 2015
Fluvial-Geomorphic & Ecological Tools,
This five-day workshop emphasizes understanding
geomorphic process as a sound basis for planning
and designing river restoration projects and
programs. The course is in English, but draws
heavily on river restoration and management
experiences in France and elsewhere in the EU,
complemented by experiences in North America and
elsewhere. Instruction includes lectures, field
exercises, problem sets and workshops on
approaches to planning and implementing
This course will be a great chance to combine a
love for river science with wonderful food, wine,
and international connections. It will be held
the week immediately prior to the IS.Rivers
13th International AquaConSoil
Conference on sustainable use and management of
soil, sediment and (ground)water resources,
Dealing with Contamination: Assessment and
monitoring • Risk assessment • Remediation •
Functions of Soil and Groundwater: New
subsurface activities • Competing claims •
AquaConSoil is organized by Helmholtz Centre for
Environmental Research – UFZ and Deltares. Local
co-organizer of the event is a consortium
consisting of Danish scientists, policy makers,
planners and practitioners, headed by the ATV
Foundation of Soil and Groundwater.
More info here.
The Call for Abstracts is now open. Deadline
for abstract submission is 30 November 2014.
www.aquaconsoil.org and via our
Marine sand and gravel - finding
EMSAGG 2015 Conference, Delft, the Netherlands
Call for papers
European Marine Sand and Gravel Group (EMSAGG) welcomes
the submission of abstracts from colleagues interested
in presenting at the conference. The abstracts should be
about 200 words and should reflect on topics including:
• marine spatial planning (e.g. monitoring, sea bed
optimisation, marine strategy framework)
• new technologies and developments (e.g. detection of
large boulders, geophysical techniques, detection and
dealing with unexploded ordnance)
• towards sustainable sand and gravel extractions -
challenges and opportunities (e.g. social and
environmental impacts, the use of marine aggregates).
More info here.
Click here for a template of the abstract.
ContaSed - International
scientific conference on Contaminated Sediments:
Environmental Chemistry, Ecotoxicology and Engineering, Switzerland.
ContaSed is co-organised by the Division of Chemistry
and the Environment of the European Association for
Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS) and by Eawag:
Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and
The conference venue will be at Monte Verità
the meeting platform of the Swiss Federal Institute of
Technology of Zurich (ETH Zurich) near Ascona in
Deadline abstract submission is 31 October 2014.
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8th International Conference
on Remediation and Management of Contaminated
Sediments, New Orleans, Louisiana USA.
Conference sessions will be organized into five
• Management and Policy
• Remedy Performance and Challenges
• Remediation Processes
• Characterization, Assessment, and Monitoring
• Sediment Processes and Modeling
The Sediments Conference series is organized and
presented by Battelle as a forum for sharing
experience and progress toward the goal of
remediating, restoring and maintaining the
environmental and economic viability of rivers,
lakes, bays, and harbors. Each Conference
addresses the challenges of combining basic
research, new characterization and assessment
methodologies, innovative engineering and good
management practices to address the challenges
of all stakeholders.
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