Workshops

Ecological Modelling

0024 Ecological Network Analysis: Theory and Application

Coastal development and engineering

0050 Future proofing sea defences to enhance biodiversity

Ecological Modelling

No:

0024

Title

Ecological Network Analysis: Theory and Application

Organizers

Victor de Jonge1, Ursula M Scharler and Ulrike Schückel2
1University of Hull, and International Estuarine & Coastal Specialists Ltd
2University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Abstract

The course outline includes:
- An introduction to networks and network metrics.
- How to construct networks from ecological data (practical component).
- Networks analysis (practical component)
- Applications of network analysis.
THE AIM IS A FULL DAY WORKSHOP

 

Coastal development and engineering


No:

0050

Title

Future proofing sea defences to enhance biodiversity

Organizers

Alice Hall  and Sue Hull
Bournemouth University, UK

Abstract

Ocean sprawl, the addition of manmade artificial structures within the marine environment is having a significant effect on the marine environment. Ecological enhancement creates multifunctional structures which perform their primary engineering function but also provide suitable habitat for marine life. This session aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to present and discuss existing ecological enhancement schemes and develop improved methods for future schemes via sharing of good practice. This session would be highly relevant to coastal engineers and the coastal scientific community. The session will include a keynote presentation from several experts on existing schemes followed by a workshop evaluating current enhancement schemes and promoting best practice.

A sign-up form will be available nearer the time of the conference for delegates to complete if they would like to attend one of the above workshops.

 

Supporting Publications
Organised by
 
  • Elsevier
  • ECSA
  • EMECS