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SedNet Conference 2015

9th International SedNet conference, 23-26 September 2015, Kraków, Poland

Solving societal challenges: working with sediments

Poster presentations (title & first author):
1. Issues in Poland
2. Best Practices and Management
3. Quality Issues
4. Miscellaneous Issues

1. Issues in Poland
1. Environmental risk assessment from historical and recent mining and smelting contamination the Odra River System with selected metals
Ewa Adamiec, AGH University, Poland
2. Nitrogen and phosphorus in the sediments and waters in rivers of Kocinka catchment
Dominika Bar, AGH University, Poland
3. The variability of the mineral and chemical composition sediments of intramontane Sącz Basins
Alicja Kicińska Alicja, AGH University, Poland
4. MComparative study of heavy metals pollution in the Przemsza River bottom sediment: past and present
Magdalena Strzebońska, AGH University, Poland
5. Textile Tube Dewatering, a Contribution to solve Contaminated Sediment Problems in Poland
Zbigniew Kowalczyk, TenCate Geosynthetics Poland
6. River-to-floodplain pollutants transfer in the hyporheic zone affected by Zn-Pb mining
Urszula Aleksander-Kwaterczak, AGH University, Poland
2. Best Practices and Management
7. Fenton-like treatment of marine sediment contaminated by PCBs
Kyoungrean Kim, Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology
8. How we could beneficially use and remedy contaminated marine sediments in KOREA?
Kyoungrean Kim, Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology
9. Sediment characteristics after treatment with dewatering tubes
Markus Wilke, HUESKER Sythetic GmbH, Germany
10. Beneficial reuse of sediment by using innovative geotextile constructions to store sediment and promote nature development
Gustav Egbring, Tauw, the Netherlands
11. The effects of extreme weather events on the bottom sediments during the dredging of the Port of Genoa
Marco Capello, University of Genoa, Italy
12. Relevance of the Saale River for the sediment management in the Elbe catchment
Evelyn Claus, Federal Institute of Hydrology, Germany
13. Sediment continuity – survey, assessment and derivation of recommendations for restoring the hydromorphological indicator
Ina Quick, Federal Institute of Hydrology, Germany
3. Quality Issues
14. Evaluation of PCBs Availability in Sediment after Application of an Activated Carbon Amendment at an Active Naval Shipyard
Victor Magar, Ramboll Environ, USA
15. Contaminants in urban water cycle – detection by hydrotoxicological experiments
Catrina Cofalla, RWTH Aachen, Germany
16. The sediment contamination: assessment of heavy metals mobility
Chiara Ferronato, University of Bologna, Italy
17. A Cost-Effective Means of Estimating the Extent of Pollution from Oil Spills in Remote Locations through the use of Hydrodynamic Modeling Techniques
Victor Magar, Ramboll Environ, USA
19. Impact of combined exposure of cadmium and TiO2 nanoparticles in sediment to the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans
Kamelia Samet, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
20. State of the dioxin contamination in bottom sediments from the southern Baltic Sea area
Grazyna Sapota, Maritime Institute, Poland
21. Geochemical characterization of coastal sea, river and stream sediments in peninsula Istria, Croatia
Vlado Valkovic, Croatia
23. Remobilization of geogenic metals and metalloids associated with fine-grained dam sediments
Franck Frémion, University of Limoges, France
24. Battery of biotests as tools for toxicity assessment of bottom sediments
Tomasz Koniarz, University of Agriculture in Krakow, Poland
25. Investigation of nutrient release from pore water of Küçükçekmece Lake sediment (Istanbul)
Cenk Gürevin, Istanbul University, Turkey
26. The application of spectral radiometry for sediments characterization
Federico Filipponi, ISPRA, Italy
27. Impact of offshore Dumping Sites on the state of the marine environment in SE Baltic Sea region
Grazyna Sapota, Maritime Institute, Poland
28. Toxicity Reference Values for Mercury and Their Effect on Sediment Cleanup Goals
Victor Magar, Ramboll Environ, USA
29. WFD priority substances in biota and sediments of rivers in Czech Republic
Lukáš Kohút, Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, Czech Republic
30. Using Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) as a Tracer to Estimate Terrestrial Pollutant Flux in Enjen River Sediment, Taiwan
Meng-Der Fang,  Green Energy and Environment Research Laboratories, Taiwan
4. Miscellaneous Issues
32. Bromine in the delta of the Neretva River environment and increased bladder cancer incidence
Jasmina Obhodas, Institute Ruder Boskovic, Croatia
 1st Prize
33. Sustainable Sediment Management and the Implications of Climate Change
Victor Magar, Ramboll Environ, USA
34. Tiers, Triads and Priority Lists: Are We Protecting What We Value?
Sabine E. Apitz, SEA Environmental Decisions, UK
35. Management of lagoon and estuary systems – joint knowledge production to improve communication and cross disciplinary boundaries
Gijs Breedveld, NGI, Norway
36. Storage of Uranium, and its Radioactive Decay Products, in Fine Floodplain Sediments: River Fal, SW England
Geoffrey Millward, Plymouth University, UK
37. Review of Thin-Cover Placement in Spartina Marsh and Potential Bioturbation Effects
Victor Magar, Ramboll Environ, USA
39. In-situ sediment measurements for field trial in the port of Delfzijl ‘Manoeuvring with negative UKC’
René Barth, Wiertsema & Partners, The Netherlands
 2nd Prize
40. Evaluation of suspended sediment in Slovenian rivers by using automatic turbidity sensor
Florjana Ulaga, Slovenian Environment Agency, Slovenia
41. Sediment and Nutrient Fluxes in the River Bandon & Owenabue Catchments, Ireland
Joe Harrington, Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland