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Sunday, August 28, 2011

 

Plenary Session

15:00-16:40

Hazards Plenary:  The Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and the Japanese Tsunami    [Discussion Summary]
Moderated By: Dr. Bob Summers,
Secretary, Maryland Department of the Environment    [Presentation]
Dr. Don Boesch,
President, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
- Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill    [Presentation]
Mr. Bob Perciasepe, Deputy Administrator
, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency    [Presentation]
Dr. Tomoya Shibayama,
Professor of Science and Engineering, Waseda University
- Japanese Tsunami
    [Presentation]

 

Moderator Assistant: Jodi Toll

16:40-17:00

PM Break - Grand Ballroom Salons VI

 

Concurrent Sessions 1

Session

1A

1B

1C

1D

1E

17:00-18:25

New Education and Communication Tools

Partnerships in Coastal Restoration I

All Satoumi Sessions Have Been Postponed Until Monday

Underlying Science: Sediment Processes I

SSP: Coastal Community-Based Initiatives to Conserve Coastal Resources

Moderator

Richard Lacotoure

Brenton McCloskey

 

Kevin Hedge

George Radcliffe

17:00-17:05

Introduction

Introduction

 

Introduction

Introduction

17:05-17:25

Yoshinari Kobuke
Environmental Educational Effects in the Use of New Composite Index of Water Environment
    [Presentation]  

Keisuke Isshiki
Development of Water Quality Improvement Channel with Citizens in Amagasaki Canal, Japan
    [Presentation] 

 

Toru Endo
Field Investigation of Oxygen Consumption Characteristic of Sediment in Hypoxic Enclosed Coastal Sea
    [Presentation]   

Student Presentations:

Leah Healy and Sophia Scully
Likely Implications of Sea Level Rise for North Humboldt Bay, California
    [Presentation]   

Katsuhiko Touzaki
Let’s make the Sea of Amagasaki Blue!
    [Presentation]   

Saori Takahashi
An Approach to Reduce the Garbage at the Bottom of the Seto Inland Sea
    [Presentation]   

Additional Presenters:

LeeAnn Hutchison
REINS: Riders in the Environment Improving Native Shorelines

    [Presentation]

17:25-17:45

Satoshi Chiba
Pearl Culture Waste, Nutrient Load from Land or Loss of Tidal Flat, What is the Cause of the Deterioration and what should be controlled for the Restoration of Ago Bay Environment?
    [Presentation]

Thamasak Yeemin
An Action Plan for Coral Reef Management in Thailand following Coral Bleaching Events 

     CANCELLED

Mitsuru Hayashi
Estimation of Submarine Groundwater and TP Flux Near the Intertidal Zone by the Budget Analysis Using the Marine Observation Data 
    [Presentation] 

17:45-18:05

Jean Paul Ducrotoy
Health of Human Populations and Associated Domestic Animals as a Component of the Integrated Coastal Zone Management Approach
    [Presentation]

Guy Stephens
Innovative Web Based Communications and the Chesapeake Bay 

 

Sosuke Otani
Relationships between Food Web Structure of Benthic Community and Origin of Sedimentary Organic Matter in Tidal Flats of Two River Mouths in Shikoku Island, Japan
    [Presentation]     

Santiago de la Puente
Using Community to Conserve a Great Coastal Ecosystem
    [Presentation]   

Panel Discussion-
All Presenters

18:05-18:25

Q&A
Group Discussion

John Seidel
University & Municipal Partnerships in Sustainability – A Model for Success 
     CANCELLED

Naotomo Ota
A Comparative Study of Distribution Pattern of Two Endangered Benthic Animals on Artificial and Natural Tidal Flats 
    [Presentation]   

 

Monday, August 29, 2011

 

Plenary Session

08:30-10:25

Keynote Plenary Session
Moderated By:
Dr. Bob Summers, Secretary, Maryland Department of the Environment
Governor Martin O'Malley
, Maryland, USA
Governor Toshizo Ido
, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
Mr. Bob Perciasepe, Deputy Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Dr. Motoyuki Suzuki, EMECS International Center Presidential Candidate    [Presentation]   
Dr. Patricia Majluf, Keynote Address
    [Presentation]   

Moderator Assistant: Katherine Pordeli

 

Concurrent Sessions 2

Session

2A

2B

2C

2D

2E

10:50-12:15

Paying for the Clean Up

Financing and Funding Coastal Restoration I

APN Special Session: Vulnerability and Risk Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas Home to Asian Megacities

Sustainability in Enclosed Coastal Seas I

Partnerships in Large Scale Restoration

Moderator

Stephanie VonFeck
    [Presentation]   

Dave Nemazie

Akio Takemoto

Court Stevenson

Erdal Ozhan

10:50-10:55

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

10:55-11:15

Jag Khuman
Paying for Point Source Pollution
    [Presentation]   

Jennifer Raulin
Putting Resources to the Level Where the Work Gets Done: Accelerating Restoration in Maryland 

    [Presentation]   

Note: The APN Special Session will follow different session timing.  A detailed version of this agenda may be found in the program book.

Opening Remarks:
Gov. Toshizo Ido
, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan

Session Introduction:
Akio Takemoto
, APN

Mark Pelling
Vulnerability of Coasts Home to Mega‐Cities in Asia

    [Presentation]

Jean Paul Ducrotoy
Management Plans for European Estuaries for the Restoration and Protection of their Ecological Functions

    [Presentation]   

Ivica Trumbic
MedPartnership: A New GEF Project in the Mediterranean 

    [Presentation]   

11:15-11:35

Michael Curley
Paying for Stormwater
    [Presentation]   

Sarah Lane
Investing in Innovative Technologies for Chesapeake Bay Restoration 

    [Presentation]   

Tamiji Yamamoto 
Suppression of Phosphate Release from Coastal Sediments using Granulated Coal Ash 

    [Presentation]   

John Tiedemann
Fostering Flats Conservation and Stewardship in The Bahamas 

     CANCELLED

11:35-11:55

Stephanie VonFeck
Paying for Non-Point Source
    [Presentation]   

Tim Jones
Leveraging and Tracking Private and Public Sector Funding to Protect and Restore Enclosed Coastal Seas 

    [Presentation]   


Yuki Imanari
Vulnerability of the Bay of Bengal Enclosed Coastal Sea due to Socio-Economic Conditions of the Megacity of Dhaka
    [Presentation]   

William Jones
Regulating Air Pollution to Improve Water Quality: An Overview of IMO’s Emission Control Area Program

    [Presentation]   

William Deutsch
A Trans-Boundary, Community-Based Response to Gulf of Mexico Water Quality Issues 

     CANCELLED

11:55-12:15

Paul Marchetti
Nutrient Trading
    [Presentation]   

John Campagna
Enhancing the Economy and Environment Of our Working Lands and Waters     [Presentation]   

Piamsak Menasveta
The Impacts of Coastal Erosion on the Bangkok‐area of Gulf of Thailand
    [Presentation]   

Zhongyuan Chen
Bohai Bay, Tianjin
    [Presentation]   

Panel Q&A Session
All speakers


Wrap‐up
Akio Takemoto

Jody Thompson
Implementing a Hazard Resilience Tool: The Coastal Community Resilience Index

    [Presentation]   

William Nuttle
Bringing the Coast into the Partnership for Ecosystem Restoration in South Florida 

    [Presentation]   

Session

3A

3B

3C

3D

3E

12:20-13:25

Sustainability:  Reducing Toxic Pollutants

Partnerships in Coastal Restoration II

SPECIAL SESSION: Disseminating the Concept of "Satoumi" Internationally
Part 1: Activities in Asia

Underlying Science: Sediment Processes II

SSP: Panel, Social Media: Leverage it to Discuss, Illuminate and Educate

Moderator

Edward Bouwer

Suzanne Bricker

Yves Henocque

Ted Gattino

Margaret Enloe

12:20-12:25

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

12:25-12:45

Yongseok Hong
Assessment of Mercury Contamination and Bioaccumulation in Sarasota Bay 

    [Presentation]   

Brenton McCloskey
Advancing Watershed Restoration at the Local Level Through the Chesapeake Bay TMDL 

    [Presentation]   

Opening Remarks:
Gov. Toshizo Ido
Hyogo Prefecture, Japan

Session Introduction:
Tetsuo Yanagi
Convener of Session
    [Presentation]   

Osamu Matsuda Evolution of Satoumi Frame During the Recent International Meetings
    [Presentation]   

Takahiko Chino
Satoumi Policy in Japan
    [Presentation]   

Takeshi Hidaka
Rules and Regulations Supporting Satoumi as a Social System

    [Presentation]   

Kevin Hedge
Floating Wetland Islands as a tool for Ecosystem Restoration - Basic Science and Future Embodiments

    [Presentation]   

Panel Members:

Guy Stephens
Nuts and Bolts: Integrating Social Media into your Website

Michael Dougherty

It’s Scientifically Proven: If You Engage . . . You Win

Pamela Wood

A Journalist’s Perspective on Social Media

Panel Discussion

     CANCELLED

12:45-13:05

Satoshi Asaoka
Granulated Coal Ash Can Effectively Absorb Hydrogen Sulfide 

    [Presentation]   

Satoquo Seino
Exploring Characteristics of Beach Environments and Issues of Coastal Management through Analysis of Drift PET Bottles along the Shores of Fukuoka/Hakata Bay, Japan 
     CANCELLED

Suhendar Sachoemar, Development of Sustainable Aquaculture as a Model of Satoumi and GAPURA to Improve Productivity of Marinal Brackish water Ponds
    [Presentation]   

Hideki Kokubu
, Evaluation of Tidal Flat Restoration Effect in the Coastal Unused Reclaimed Area by Promoting Tidal Exchange with Public Involvement

    [Presentation]   

Maya Matsushige
Aftereffects of Hypoxia Exposure on Ruditapes philippinarum in Omaehama beach, Japan
    [Presentation]   

 

13:05-13:25

Amar Wadhawan
Effect of Oxygenation on Speciation, Behavior, and Fate of Chromium in Estuarine Sediments
    [Presentation]   

Jeanne Michelle Ryan
Chesapeake Bay: A Case Study of Citizen Science and Executive Order 13508 
    [Presentation]   

Alaa Salem
Post-Aswan Dam Sedimentation Rate of Lagoons of the Nile Delta, Egypt

    [Presentation]   

 

Concurrent Sessions 4

Session

4A

4B

4C

4D

4E

13:30-14:55

Measuring Accountability

Financing and Funding Coastal Restoration II

SPECIAL SESSION: Disseminating the Concept of "Satoumi" Internationally
Part 2: Satoumi from the Perspective of Western Society

Sustainability in Enclosed Coastal Seas II

Public Awareness Through Education and Communication

Moderator

Ann Swanson

Jennifer Raulin

Osamu Matsuda

Thomas Sprehe

Ruben Kos'yan

13:30-13:35

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

13:35-13:55

Peter Tango
Chesapeake Bay Program Monitoring Realignment: Reprogramming to Address Senior Management Partnership Priorities

    [Presentation]   

Sasha Koo-Oshima
An Economic Approach to Appraise the Restoration of Coastal Resources by Water Reuse 

    [Presentation]   

Wayne Bell
Historic and Contemporary Land Use on the Chesapeake Bay Watershed: The Relationship of Working Landscape to the Satoumi Perspective

    [Presentation]   

Court Stevenson
Questions of Sustainability in a Large-scale Tidal Wetland Restoration in Chesapeake Bay 

    [Presentation]   

Sharon Walker
Bi-National Coastal Ecosystem Learning Center Partnership 

    [Presentation]   

13:55-14:15

Thomas Schoenbaum
The Scope of Liability for Damages to Private Party Claimants for Accidental Discharges of Oil and Hazardous Substances Under United States Law
     CANCELLED

Joe Berg
Towards Sustainable Watershed Restoration Projects: Source Reduction versus Interception 

    [Presentation]   

Yves Henocque
Enhancing Social Capital for Sustainable Coastal Developments: Is Satoumi the Answer?
    [Presentation]   

Marjo Vierros
The Role of Satoumi in Implementing the Convention on Biological Diversity and Other International Commitments

    [Presentation]   

Jon Grant
A Multi-Tier Modeling Approach to Sustainable Management of Coastal Water and Sediment Quality 

    [Presentation]   

Joanna Woerner
Connecting Students With Corals & Climate Change: Innovative Web & Classroom Materials 

    [Presentation]   

14:15-14:35

Jane Thomas
Assessing natural resource condition of Assateague Island National Seashore 

    [Presentation]   

Bob Summers
Maryland Bay Restoration Fund (aka The Flush Tax)

    [Presentation]   

Yoshitaka Ota
Small Coasts, Large Issues - Can Communities Protect Their Coasts?

Terry Doss
Sustainable Approaches to Restoring Coastal Habitat in the Heart of New York City

     CANCELLED

Christopher Overcash
Direct Intervention to Improve Hypoxic Conditions: A Baltimore Harbor Pilot Study  

    [Presentation]   

Joanna Piwowarczyk
Conceptualization of Climate Change and Its Implications for Coastal Management in the Southern Baltic 

14:35-14:55

Unmesh Kirtikar
Coastal Regulation and Its Enforcements, Case Study : India 
    [Presentation]   

Said Chaouki Chakour
Economics of (MPAs) and Coastal Environmental Governance in the Western Mediterranean

    [Presentation]   

Erdal Ozhan
A Comprehensive Regional Effort to Enhance Integrated Coastal Management in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea Countries
    [Presentation]   

Catherine Wazniak

Early Detection of Coastal Ecosystem Response to Management Actions
    [Presentation] 

Q&A
Group Discussion

Q&A
Group Discussion

 

Plenary Session - Grand Ballroom Salon V

15:20-17:00

Chesapeake Bay Plenary Panel and Discussion Session    [Discussion Summary]
Moderated By: Dr. Jonathan Kramer
, Director, Maryland Sea Grant College Program     [Presentation]
Mr. Richard Batuik
, Associate Director for Science, Chesapeake Bay Program Office,
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency     [Presentation]
Ms. Frances Flanigan
, Former Director, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay
Mr. Richard Hall, Secretary, Maryland Department of Planning
Dr. Court Stevenson, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Moderator Assistant: Bronwyn Madeo

 

Concurrent Sessions 5

Location

5A

5B

5C

5D

5E

Session

Grand Salon I-II

Grand Salon III-IV

Grand Salon V

Grand Salon VII-VIII

Grand Salon IX-X

17:15-18:40

Accountability:
 Goal Setting & Management Approaches

Sustainability: Tools for Pollution Reduction

SPECIAL SESSION: Follow Up

Accountability: Governance

SSP: Panel- Online vs. Outdoor Education, Dilemma or Opportunity?

Moderator

Zhongyuan Chen

Bob Summers

Tetsuo Yanagi

Dave Nemazie

Coreen Weilminster

17:15-17:20

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

17:20-17:40

Hideto Uranaka
The health examination of Ago Bay 

    [Presentation]   

Richard Batuik
Implications of Putting the 17 Million Chesapeake Bay Watershed Residents on a Regulatory Pollution Diet 

    [Presentation]   

Additional Discussion for Satoumi Sessions TBD

Eric Wolanski
The Residence Times of Land-Sourced Contaminants in the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon and Their Impact on Reef Recovery Following Land-Use Remediation in the Watershed 

    [Presentation]

Panel Members:

Dann Sklarew

Fostering Bay Stewardship Values, Understanding and Action through Blended Indoor, Outdoor and Online Learning: A District-wide Case Study from Prince William County, Virginia 
    [Presentation]   

Richard Lacouture
PLANS: PLankton And Nutrient Studies for the Chesapeake Bay

George Radcliffe
Birds Can Connect Students with their Coastal Watersheds

Jean Paul Ducrotoy
Striking a Balance Between Using Electronic Educational Tools and Running Live Sessions
    [Presentation]   

MD No Child Left Inside Initiative

Panel Discussion-
All Presenters

17:40-18:00

Xiyong Hou
Trends in Chlorophyll-a Concentration and its Relationship to An Area-weighted Water Quality Index at the Bohai Sea, China 

     CANCELLED

Ryuji Tomisaka
Support Project of Total Pollutant Load Control System introduction 

    [Presentation]   

Malgorzata 
Dereniowska

Competing Rationalities in Marine Ecosystem Services Management: Implications for the Polish EEZ 

    [Presentation]

18:00-18:20

Dianne Poster
Federal Activities to Support the Determination of Links between Environmental Conditions and the Health of Marine Organisms and Humans

     CANCELLED

YoonJu Yi
An Analysis of Covariance to Determine the Effect of TPLMS in Masan Bay, Korea

    [Presentation]   

Mark Tedesco
Integrating Clean Water Act Requirements with Ecosystem Based Management Approaches in the Long Island Sound 

     CANCELLED

18:20-18:40

Q&A
Group Discussion

William Fisher
Coral Reef Biological Criteria: Using the Clean Water Act to Protect a National Treasure 

    [Presentation]   

William Dennison
Innovations in Environmental Synthesis, Communication, Reporting and Governance 

    [Presentation]   

 

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

 

Concurrent Sessions 6

Session

6A

6B

6C

6D

6E

Location

Grand Salon I-II

Grand Salon III-IV

Grand Salon V

Grand Salon VII-VIII

Grand Salon IX-X

08:30-09:55

Partnerships and Risk Management

Sustainability: Fisheries Management

Sustainability: Ports and Mainlands

Accountability:  Nutrients and Modeling I

Citizen Science and Citizen-based Monitoring Program

Moderator

William Nuttle

Jon Kramer

George Chmael

Richard Batiuk
    [Presentation]   

Dann Sklarew

08:30-08:35

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

08:35-08:55

Robert Swett
Preserving the Ecological and Recreational Values of Florida Waterways 

    [Presentation]   

Piamsak Menasveta
Monitoring of Mercury Concentration in Fish in the Vicinity of Natural Gas Production Platform in the Gulf of Thailand 

    [Presentation]   

Mario Tamburri
Addressing Critical Environmental Issues Facing the Maritime Industry 

    [Presentation]   

R. Christian Jones
Temporal Variation in Water Quality at a Fixed Monitor on the Tidal Potomac River 

    [Presentation]   

William Deutsch
A Trans-Boundary, Community-Based Response to Gulf of Mexico Water Quality Issues 

     CANCELLED

08:55-09:15

Satoquo Seino
Biological Diversity Policy and Consideration of Marine Protected Areas on Small Island Coasts -Tsushima Island and the Goto Islands 

     CANCELLED

James Uphoff
Managing Development and Chesapeake Bay’s Estuarine Fish Habitat and Fisheries 

    [Presentation]   

Caroline Wicks
Assessing the Ecological and Human Health Status of Baltimore's Inner Harbor 

    [Presentation]   

Philippe Larroudé
Sediment Mobility as an Indicator of Vulnerability to Climate Change on a Mediterranean Beach

     CANCELLED

Jan Marcin Weslawski
Citizen science in Baltic Sea – Experience from the Beach  

    [Presentation]   

09:15-09:35

Marcus GriswoldFrom Headwater to Sea: Adapting to Climate Change in the Chesapeake Bay
    [Presentation]   

Naotomo Ota
A Comparative Study of Shellfish Assemblage Patterns between an Artificial and a Natural Sandy Tidal Flat 

    [Presentation]   

Akio Hayashi
Restoration of Coastal Environments Using Steelmaking Slag and Dredged Soil 

    [Presentation]   

Ryoichi Yamanaka
Numerical Study on Dispersion of Turbid Overland Flow in Stratified Waters 

    [Presentation]   

Eugene Allevato
Integrating Practical Geometry and Statistics into Service Learning Activities: Remediating Stormwater Runoff with Community Rain Gardens

    [Presentation]   

09:35-09:55

Paul Krause
Determining the Ecological Value of Shell Mound Reef Habitats Following Decommissioning of Offshore Platform Sites 

Said Chaouki Chakour
Sustainable Management of Marines’ Resources in Algeria: The Contribution of an Empirical Approach

    [Presentation]   

Angela Bandemehr
U.S.-Mexico Fuel Switching Demonstration on Oceangoing Vessels in the Gulf of Mexico

    [Presentation]   

Toshihiro Kitada
Estimation of Wet and Dry Deposition of Gaseous and Particulate Ammonia and Nitric Acid using Buoy in Mikawa Bay, Japan and Evaluation of its Effect on Eutrophication by Fluid Dynamic-Ecological Mode 

    [Presentation]   

Q&A
Group Discussion

 

Concurrent Sessions 7

Session

7A

7B

7C

7D

7E

Location

Grand Salon I-II

Grand Salon III-IV

Grand Salon V

Grand Salon VII-VIII

Grand Salon IX-X

10:25-11:50

Sustainability: Ecological Thresholds I

Regional Partnerships

Baltimore Harbor Session

Accountability: Nutrients and Modeling II

Coastal Systems in the Classroom

Moderator

Dave Nemazie

Ivica Trumbic

David Carroll

Philippe Larroudé

David Foster

10:25-10:30

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

10:30-10:50

R. Christian Jones
Eutrophication and Partial Recovery of a Shallow Embayment of the Tidal Potomac River 

    [Presentation]   

William Fisher
A Decision Framework to Protect Coral Reefs in Guanica Bay, Puerto Rico 

    [Presentation]   

Halle van der Gagg
Blue Water Baltimore: Developing a Regional/Citizen Based Water Quality and Stream Restoration Strategy
    [Presentation]   

Richard Batiuk
Chesapeake Modeling Tools for Integrating Air and Water Environmental Management 

    [Presentation]   

Ruben Kos'yan
International Conference and Summer School-Seminar “Dynamics Of The Coastal Zone Of Non-Tidal Seas” 

    [Presentation]   

10:50-11:10

Xiyong Hou
Shifts of the Land-based Human Activities in Circum Bohai Sea Coastal Region in the Early 21st Century

     CANCELLED

Storm Cunningham
Techniques and Tools for Designing, Funding, Implementing, and Managing Large-Scale, Long-Term Ecosystem, Watershed, and/or Fishery Restoration Programs

Laurie Schwartz
Baltimore Waterfront Partnership
    [Presentation]   

Eric Wolanski
A New Exchange Flow Formulation for the LOICZ Model and the Relative Contribution of Advection and Diffusion to Transport Time Scales 

    [Presentation]   

Richard Lacouture
PLANS: PLankton And Nutrient Studies for the Chesapeake Bay

    [Presentation]   

11:10-11:30

Fumiko Nogami
Relation Between the Decreased Mussels Biomass and Water Quality at Amagasaki port, Osaka Bay, in 2010 

    [Presentation]   

Aiko Endo
Policies Governing the Integrated Management of Forests, River Basins and Coasts in Japan 

    [Presentation]   

Frank Hammons
Baltimore Harbor Options Team: Development of a long term strategy for managing dredged material from Baltimore Harbor

    [Presentation]   

Tomohiro Komorita
Detailed Monitoring of Nutrient Supply through Tidal Front in Seto Inland Sea, Japan 

    [Presentation]   

Dann Sklarew
Fostering Bay Stewardship Values, Understanding and Action through Blended Indoor, Outdoor and Online Learning: A District-wide Case Study from Prince William County, Virginia 

    [Presentation]   

11:30-11:50

Shilpa Singh
Mangrove Ecosystem Changes during the Holocene from Chilka Lagoon, East Coast, India

George Ramseur, Jr.
Gulf of Mexico Regional Sediment Management Master Plan  

    [Presentation]   

Panel Discussion-
All Presenters

Lee Curry
Meeting Maryland's Chesapeake Bay TMDL Allocations:  Facilitating Stakeholder Involvement in Nutrient Modeling
    [Presentation]   

Q&A
Group Discussion

 

Plenary Session - Grand Ballroom Salon V

13:30-15:10

Climate Change Panel and Discussion Session
Moderated By: Dr. Masataka Watanabe,
Chair of Asia-Pacific Adaptation Network
[Presentation1]
 
| [Presentation2]   

Dr. Zhongyuan Chen, Department of Geography, East China Normal University    [Presentation]   
Ms. Zoe Johnson, Maryland Department of Natural Resources    [Presentation]   
Dr. Philippe Larroudé, Laboratoire des Ecoulements Géophysiques et Industriels (LEGI)
Dr. Alaa Salem, Kafrelsheikh University, Egypt    [Presentation] 

Moderator Assistant: Bronwyn Madeo

 

Concurrent Sessions 8

Session

8A

8B

8C

8D

8E

Location

Grand Salon I-II

Grand Salon III-IV

Grand Salon V

Grand Salon VII-VIII

Grand Salon IX-X

15:35-17:00

Sustainability: Ecological Thresholds II

Underlying Science: Nutrient Dynamics I

Preparation for Closing Banquet

Community Partnerships

Accountability: Modeling and Monitoring I

Moderator

William Dennison

Hi-ll Yi

Peter Tango

Eric Wolanski

15:35-15:40

Introduction

Introduction

No Session: Preparation for Closing Banquet

Introduction

Introduction

15:40-16:00

Kenji Sugimoto
Changes in Dominant Species of Seagrass Bed Off Lwakuni, Seto Inland Sea, Japan

    [Presentation]   

Kazuo Muramastsu
The Runoff Characteristic of Nutrients from Kako River in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan

    [Presentation]   

Peter Tango
The Continued Evolution of Our Chesapeake Bay and Basin Long-term Water Quality Monitoring Program
    [Presentation]    

Catherine Wazniak
Signaling Dissolved Oxygen Response to Eutrophication Using High Frequency Data 
    [Presentation]   

16:00-16:20

Nickolai Shadrin
Alternative Stable States of Ecosystems, Tipping Points and Management of the Coastal Seas 

    [Presentation]   

Kuninao Tada
A Review of Nutrient Concentrations in the Eastern Seto Inland Sea, Japan 

    [Presentation]   

Sara Powell
Partnering with Watershed Organizations to Produce Tributary-Specific Report Cards 

    [Presentation]   

Carl Cerco
Management Modeling of Suspended Solids and Living Resource Interactions 

    [Presentation]   

16:20-16:40

Mohammed Ataur Rahman
Study on the Changes of Coastal Zone: Chittagong to Cox’s Bazar along the Bay of Bengal 

     CANCELLED

Dann Sklarew 
In the Context of Climate Variability, Assessing Trajectories from Eutrophication to Restoration Over 25 Years in the Tidal Freshwater Portion of the Potomac River Estuary 

    [Presentation]   

R. Heath Kelsey
Development of the Great Barrier Reef Annual Report Card
    [Presentation]    

João G. Ferreira
Application of System-Scale and Farm-Scale Ecological Models in order to Quantify Interactions Between Aquaculture and Environment Throughout the World
    [Presentation]   

16:40-17:00

Unmesh Kirtikar
Sustainability of Coastal Areas in Climate Change : Bengal Delta 

    [Presentation]   

Julie Rose
An Exploratory Investigation of Nutrient Bioextraction Opportunities in Long Island Sound
    [Presentation]   

Q&A
Group Discussion

Kathy Goodin
A Coastal and Marine Ecological Classification Standard (CMECS) 

    [Presentation]   

 

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

 

Concurrent Sessions 9

Session

9A

9B

9C

9D

9E

Location

Grand Salon I-II

Grand Salon III-IV

Grand Salon V

Grand Salon VII-VIII

Grand Salon IX-X

08:30-09:55

Sustainability: Wetland Technologies

Underlying Science: Nutrient Dynamics II

US Army Corps of Engineers
Special Session

Citizen Science

Accountability: Modeling and Monitoring II

Moderator

Dave Nemazie

William Dennison

Debbie Larson-Salvatore

John Seidel

Carl Cerco

08:30-08:35

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

08:35-08:55

Joseph Shisler
Estuarine Habitat Restoration on an Intertidal/ Submerged Cap 

    [Presentation]   

Kazuo Murakami
The Estimations of Nutrient Cycles of Artificial Tidal Flat in Tokyo Bay 

    [Presentation]   

Amy Guise and Andrew Roach
The Evolution of Resilience in Integrated Coastal Systems: Chesapeake Bay
    [Presentation]   

Satoquo Seino
Progress of Citizen Participation and Multi-sectorial Collaboration as the Driving Forces of Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Japan 

     CANCELLED

Esteban Mino
Field Survey and Satellite Validation of Water Quality Parameters of Rivers in the Surroundings of Santo Domingo Metropolitan Area, Dominican Republic
    [Presentation]    

08:55-09:15

Ted Gattino
Floating Wetland Islands in Restoration Ecology in Fresh, Brackish and Salt Water 

    [Presentation]   

Susumu Yamochi
Effects of Desiccation and Salinity on the Outbreak of a Green Tide of Ulva pertusa at the Artificial Salt Marsh Along the Coast of Osaka Bay, Japan

    [Presentation]   

William Brostoff
Estuarine Restoration in San Francisco Bay:  Design and Adaptive Management

    [Presentation]   

Carol McCollough
Communicating the Health of Maryland’s Coastal Bays – Involving Citizens With Science 

    [Presentation]   

Won Keun Chang
Spatial Pattern of Korean Major 38 Estuaries and their Relationship with Land-based Activities

    [Presentation]   

09:15-09:35

James Bays
Using Constructed Treatment Wetlands for Nutrient Load Reduction to Estuaries: An Illustrative Example from Virginia  

    [Presentation]   

Yukio Komai
Long-term Changes of Nutrients in River Water Flowing into the Osaka Bay, Japan 

    [Presentation]   

Charley Chesnutt
SAGE:  Systems Approach to Geomorphological Engineering Innovative Approach to Coastal Landscape Transformation

Patricia Bradley
The Human Component of the Coral Reef Ecosystem: A Framework for Sustainability 

    [Presentation]   

Julius Ibukun Agboola
Regional Analysis on the Decadal Variation of Water Quality in Three Contrasting Coastal Systems of Ishikawa Coast, Japan

    [Presentation]   

09:35-09:55

Q&A
Group Discussion

Ootsuka Hiroyuki 
Creation of a sandy shore for the Endangered Tiger Beetle Cicindela lewisi 

    [Presentation]   

Erik J. Meyers
Designing the Salt Marshes of 2100: Climate Adaptation in the Chesapeake Bay
    [Presentation]   

Edwin James
Water Quality Monitoring and its Relationship to Riparian Buffer Zones
     CANCELLED

Q&A
Group Discussion

 

Plenary Session  - Grand Ballroom Salon V

10:25-12:00

Closing Ceremonies
Moderated By: Mr. Dave Nemazie, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Mr. David Carroll, Poster Awards
EMECS SSP Delegation, Student  Declaration
Dr. Wayne Bell
, Conference Declaration
Dr. Masataka Wantanabe, Chair, the Scientific and Policy Committee of the EMECS International Center; Conference Review
Mr. Keitaro Sato, Chief Executive Officer, Department of Environment,  Hyogo Prefecture; Address of Appreciation
Region Host, Future EMECS Announcement
Mr. Dave Nemazie, Closing Remarks
    [Presentation]   

Moderator Assistant: Kelly Kunsch

12:00

Conference Concludes


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