Proposal for the Oral / Poster Presentations , case studies, research initiatives, networking projects etc are invited for the session E2 - “Policies and Strategies for Ocean and Marine Governance: North-South participation for Economic and Social development of Coastal Regions”, for
The Fourth Xiamen Symposium on Marine Environmental Sciences (XMAS-IV),
Theme: The Changing Ocean Environment: From a Multidisciplinary Perspective.
Session E2 – Marine Policies and Strategies :
Title of The Session : “Policies and Strategies for Ocean and Marine Governance: North-South participation for Economic and Social development of Coastal Regions”
Session Conveners: Dr.Kalpana Chaudhari,India; Dr. Murray Rudd, Sweden; Dr. Ruby Asmah, Ghana; Dr. Alice Newton, Portugal; Prof. Dr. Pasquale De Toro, Italy.
06 Jan -09 Jan 2019,
Place: Xiamen ,China.
Session Description :
The oxygen level in the ocean and coastal water is decreasing which is responsible for changing the coastal and marine ecosystems almost in all parts of the globe. This session on Marine Pollution and Ocean Deoxygenation aims to create a regional network in different part of the globe consists of interdisciplinary stakeholders working on issues related to Ocean deoxygenation and its impacts on coastal, ocean and marine ecology and economy to undertake the series of activities includes preparation of status paper, Research papers and Manuals, Regional Workshops and training courses on different issues related to Ocean Governance and Policy Analysis for Ocean Deoxygenation and its impacts on coastal, ocean and marine resource, marine and coastal policies, integrated coastal and marine resources management, impacts of urbanization on ocean deoxygenation, role of different stakeholders and institutional framework in ocean governance, ocean pollution and climate change, case studies on ocean and coastal governance influencing the ocean deoxygenation. This session will also seek larger cooperation - regional, national and international level on ocean governance, to build the capacity for participation in the Decade of Ocean Science, SCOR and SOLAS, WMO, UN-Ocean and other Institutional activities, etc. to highlight the importance of Marine Pollution ocean deoxygenation. And it is interrelatedness with urbanization, climate change, ecological changes, coastal human interactions, policies and governance required for monitoring ocean oxygen changes.
Submission of the Abstract through URL : http://mel.xmu.edu.cn/conference/4xmas/index.asp
For Further Details : Dr. Kalpana Chaudhari, email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr.Kalpana Chaudhari,India; Dr. Murray Rudd, Sweden; Dr. Ruby Asmah, Ghana; Dr. Alice Newton, Portugal; Prof. Dr. Pasquale De Toro, Italy.