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- People and coasts through time.
- Biology and ecology of coastal and estuarine systems: evolution, adaptation and shifting baselines.
- Physical and chemical processes in estuaries and coasts: geochemical, sedimentary, hydrodynamic and geomorphological change.
- Interactions between biological, geochemical and physical processes: fluxes and functions.
- Valuing estuaries and coasts: Shifting social, economic and cultural perspectives.
- Managing challenges: Working towards resilient and sustainable coasts and estuaries.
- Estuaries and coasts in the future: Prediction and adaptation.
- The challenges of heavily modified, industrialised megacity estuaries.
- Special Sessions
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