PROGRAMME

 

PROGRAMME

 

 Sun 26 AugustMon 27 AugustTue 28 AugustWed 29 August
Day

(8.30-17.00)

ArrivalLectures and poster presentationsField trip ‘Delta and Coast’Lectures and poster presentations
Evening

(after 17.00)

Ice-breaker‘Science and Society’ public eventConference DinnerDeparture

 Hostel accommodation will be available for Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evening.

VENUE

Utrecht Science Park ‘De Uithof’ 

Utrecht Science Park
Heidelberglaan 11
3584 CS Utrecht

Koningsberger Building 

[Conference oral and poster sessions]

Budapestlaan 4a-b, 3584 CD Utrecht

Ruppert Building 

[Public Event] 

Leuvenlaan 21, 3584 CE Utrecht

 

SESSIONS

 SessionsKeynote speakerECR speaker
1Past sea-level changes

Sea-level histories from the Late Quaternary to present day: trends, components and reconstruction techniques

Roland W. Gehrels

“Salt marshes are palaeotide gauges”

Nicole Khan
2Submerged landscapes

Drowned continental shelves: past human responses to environmental changes

 Fraser Sturt

“Submerged landscapes: global perspectives and opportunities”

Claire Mellett

“Beyond Doggerland: Submerged landscapes of the southern North Sea”

3Recent and future sea-level changes

20th century sea-level change (models and observations), contributions to sea-level change, future projections (21st century and beyond)

Marta Marcos


“20th century sea-level change (models and observations), contributions to sea-level change, future projections (21st century and beyond)”

Roelof Rietbroek


“Unravelling the present day sea level budget with geodetic datasets”

4Mitigation, adaptation and coastal impacts

Coastal management, planning, subsidence, extreme sea levels, waves, impacts and adaptation

 Carles Ibáñez


“From the Pleistocene to the Anthropocene marine transgression of deltas: can we learn from the past to adapt to the future?”

Sanne Muis

“Global modeling of storm surges and extreme sea levels”