10th International SedNet conference, 14-17 June 2017, Genoa, Italy:  Sediments on the move

Abstracts of POSTER PRESENTATIONS (title & first author):

Sediments Moving to Land and Soil Moving to Water
1.Introductory poster: “When sediment becomes soil and soil becomes sediment…” A report from the SedNet special workshop at Strengliner Mühle, May 2016
Susanne Heise, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
2.Sampling of suspended sediments flowing in a river: design and test of methodologies aimed at bulk sediment sampling for chemical analysis
Sara Ceccon, Ramboll Environ Italy
3.Contaminant transport from soil to sediments though suspended matter in the catchment of a drinking water reservoir (Southern Poland)
Ewa Szalinska, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
4.Chemical and biochemical indicators of pedogenesis in saltmarshes sediments and soils
Chiara Ferronato, University of Bologna, Italy
5.Biostabilization of fine sediments in reservoirs – a manipulative experiment to address the hydraulic impact
Sabine Gerbersdorf, University Stuttgart, Germany
6.Effect of intense short rainfall events on coastal water quality parameters from MODIS remote sensing data during the bathing season
Chiara Corbari, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Sediment Balance
7.Source to mouth sediment budget of the Rhine River – Contributions to river basin management
Gudrun Hillebrand, Federal Institute of Hydrology, Germany

Poster Prize


8.Erodibility of sand-mud mixtures at the bottom of tidal channels – Critical bed-shear stress of mud-sand samples
L.C. van Rijn, LeovanrijnSediment, The Netherlands
9.Impact of microplastics on settling behavior of sediments (and vice versa)
Arjen Markus, Deltares, The Netherlands
10.An Evaluation of Suspended Sediment Concentration Models under Breaking Waves
Gabriel Lim, University of East London, UK
11.Suspended sediment dynamics in Alpine rivers: insights from two recent measuring stations on the Adda and Brembo rivers
Silvia Simoni, Mountain-eering s.r.l., Italy
Policy for Sediment Management
12.Ecological Risk Assessment for Lake Maggiore: experience gained from a participatory approach
E. Bizzotto, Ramboll Environ Italy
13.Quality dredging and policy: environmental risk assessment for heavy metals
Chiel Lauwerijssen, Tauw Group, The Netherlands
14.Putting sediment impacts in to context using new approaches to comparative assessment in offshore oil and gas decommissioning
S. Deacon, Ramboll Environ, UK
Using Sediments as a Resource – Sediments in a Circular Economy
15.Deep sea sediments as a resource of Methane Hydrates and Rear Earth Elements
Jasmina Obhođaš, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatia
16.Mineral based sustainable dewatering solution
Franz Xaver Müller, Clariant, Germany
17.Brightlingsea Harbour, UK, Dredging and Restoration Programme: Using Sediment As a Resource (USAR)
William Coulet, Exo Environmental Ltd, UK
18.Operational Sediment Management System
Mahfoud Benzerzour, IMT Lille Douai, France
19.Renovation of a Controlled Flood Area in the Scheldt Estuary using dredged material from the Durme river
Peter Ratinckx, IMDC nv, Belgium
20.Developing a framework for reducing sediment erosion and contamination at a river catchment scale and with the aims of reducing the need for dredging and improving the quality of sediments for re-use: Using Sediment as a Resource (USAR)
Simon Browning, Westcountry Rivers Trust, UK
21.Considerations of state parameters during natural dehydration of dam dredged sediments
Beatriz Boullosa Allariz, Normandy University, France
Transboundary Sediments
22.Sediments in the ship’s ballast water tank
Vlado Valkovic, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatia
Innovative Maintenance of River-Delta-Sea Systems
23.Maneuvering with negative under keel clearance – Results and consequences of field trials in the port of Delfzijl
C.J. van der Made, Semaso, The Netherlands
Effects of Remedial Measures
24.Development of river water and sediment quality at remediated uranium mining and milling legacy sites (“WISMUT Project”) in Germany
Annia Greif, Wismut GmbH, Germany
Climate Change; PIANC and SedNet Think Climate!
25.Sediment flow at the river mouths of the permafrost zone
Elena Dolgopolova, Water Problem Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
26.The bed deformation of the reservoirs and rivers located in permafrost regions under simultaneous effect of the water flow and warming
Elena Debolskaya, Water Problem Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Sediment Quality
27.Using a Long Term Metal Dataset to Spatio-temporally Characterize Pulp Mill Effluent Impacted Sediments to Inform Remediation Decisions
Tony R. Walker, Dalhousie University, Canada
28.Estuarine sediments after cod spawning
Anita Whitlock Nybakk, NGI, Norway
29.Particulate Organic Matter (POM) in Suspended Sediments: Loss-on-Ignition Method Evaluated by Carbon Analysis on a Danube Standard
Martin Kralik, University of Vienna, Austria
30.Use and relevance of artificial organic matter substrates to assess the functional effects of metals on natural sediment communities
Sophie Campiche, Swiss Centre for Applied Ecotoxicology Eawag-EPFL, Switzerland
31.The serpulid Ficopomatus enigmaticus (Fauvel,1923) as candidate organism for ecotoxicological evaluation of brackish and marine sediments
Matteo Oliva, CIBM – Interuniversitary Centre of Marine Biology Livorno / University of Pisa, Italy
32.Determination of the diversity of aquatic oligochaetes using DNA barcodes for the evaluation of the quality of fine sediment: a promising way
Régis Vivien, Swiss Centre for Applied Ecotoxicology Eawag-EPFL, Switzerland
33.Transport and remobilisation of metals in the sediments of the contaminated Gromolo Torrent (Eastern Liguria, Italy)
Sirio Consani, DISTAV, University of Genoa, Italy
34.Marine-derived fungi as potential indicators of sediment quality and bioremediation tool: preliminary study
Giuseppe Greco, DISTAV, University of Genoa, Italy
Poster Prize
35.Mobilization, transport and deposition of contaminated sediments in the River Spree (Berlin)
Jens Bölscher, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
36.Prioritization of substances for national ambient monitoring in Switzerland
Carmen Casado-Martinez, Swiss Centre for Applied Ecotoxicology Eawag-EPFL, Switzerland
37.Collaborative field trial for the harmonization of sediment sampling protocols in Switzerland
Michel Wildi, Swiss Centre for Applied Ecotoxicology Eawag-EPFL, Switzerland
38.Critical Review of Mercury Sediment Quality Values (SQV) for Protection of Benthic Invertebrates
Elisa Bizzotto, Ramboll Environ USA