CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND HUMAN ACTIVITIES IN RELATION TO NORTHEAST ASIAN
LAND-OCEAN INTERACTIONS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT

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FORTHCOMING EVENTS:

Institute of Marine Biology FEB RAS with suppot of the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change (APN) will hold a Training Course for Young Scientists: Climate variability and human activities in relation to Northeast Asian land-ocean interactions and their implications for coastal zone management in Vladivostok, Russia, October 24-26, 2005. It is a part of APN activity in the field of capacity buiding and training workshops. Lectures will be delivered by experts in climate change and variability/sea level rise, river basins/coastal zone interactions, ecosystems, POPs; lecturers are from China/Hong Kong, Republic of Korea and Russia as well as from APN Secretariat.

According to the project proposal, a meeting with participation of the Russian, Chinese, and Korean scientists is planned to be held in Nanjing (China) in November 2004. More information will be available in September. Please, contact to Dr. Konstantin A. Lutaenko (lutaenko@mail.primorye.ru) and Prof. Shu Gao (shugao@nju.edu.cn).

Tentative agenda of the meeting:

  1. presentation of scientific papers relevant to the project;
  2. discussion on the structure and contents of the collective monograph which should be prepared at the end of the second year of the project;
  3. discussion of other aspects (organizing, financial, etc.) of the projects;
  4. discussion of the fieldworks in the mouth area of Amur River next year;
  5. a session of local scientists with presentation of materials on rivers of northeast China.