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3rd Coastal Symposium

Küste im Wandel - Coast in Transition 2022

9 – 11 November, 2022

Hamburg, Germany

 

The increasing pressure on our coasts due to climate change and human use increases the need for results and options for action for sustainable coastal management. The 3rd Coastal Symposium 'Küste im Wandel - Coast in Transition 2022' brings together scientists and practitioners and is a forum for exchange on the research topics of

  • nature based coastal protection strategies,
  • sustainable fisheries and
  • multiple stressors for coastal organisms.

 

After the focus on the first day is on the exchange with practitioners (conference language German), the scientific discussion will be deepened on the 2nd and 3rd day (conference language English). A varied program invites networking and discussion. Be there and make a note of the most important dates:

  • Submission of oral presentations and posters from 1 June until 31 July, 2022.
  • Registration until 30 September, 2022

 

Scientific Committee

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Bathmann
Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemuende (IOW)
Project coordinator CoTrans

Dr. Jochen Hinkel
Global Climate Forum
Project coordinator ECAS-BALTIC

Prof. Dr. Ingrid Kröncke
Senckenberg Society for Nature Research (SGN), Senckenberg am Meer
Project coordinator BioWeb

Prof. Dr. Christian Möllmann
University of Hamburg
Project coordinator balt_ADAPT

Dr. Maike Paul
Leibniz University Hannover
Project coordinator SeaStore

Prof. Dr. Maren Voß
Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemuende (IOW)
Project coordinator BluEs

Prof. Dr. Kai Wirtz
Helmholtz Centre Hereon
Project coordinator MuSSeL

Venue
https://www.imm-hamburg.de/

The 3. Coastal Symposium "Küste im Wandel - Coast in Transition 2022" will take place in the International Maritime Museum in Hamburg (Germany).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Links to former coastal symposia (only in German)
Contact

Do you have questions or want to stay up to date with news about the symposium? Then write a message to the Coordination Office Coast.