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

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CURRENT ACTIVITY & NEWS:
May 22, 2006

The final Workshop in the network of APN Project “Climate variability and human activities in relation to Northeast Asia land-ocean interactions and their implications for coastal zone management” (Head of the Project - A.V. Adrianov, RAS corresponding member) will be held on May 24-26, 2006 by the Institute of Marine Biology FEB RAS with the assistance of APN on Investigation of Global Changes. The aim of the Workshop - discussion on preparation of a joint (Russia, China, Korea) monograph preliminary entitled: GLOBAL CHANGE IN NORTHEAST ASIA: CLIMATE VARIABILITY, LAND-OCEAN INTERACTIONS, COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT. Reports of specialists from the Institute of Marine Biology (IMB FEB RAS), Pacific Oceanological Institute (POI FEB RAS), Pacific Institute of Geography (PIG FEB RAS), Institute of Water and Ecological Problems (IWEP FEB RAS, Khabarovsk), Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong, PRC) and Nanjin University (Nanjin, PRC) will be presented at the Workshop.

View/Download Programme of the Workshop (130 Kb )

October 20, 2005

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.

View/Download Programme of the Training Course for Young Scientists (7 Kb )

September 2, 2005

Rapid Landscape Change and Human Response in the Arctic - a Message from Whitehorse, June 17, 2005

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August 3, 2005
Announcement

In the context of the APN Project Climate variability and human activities in relation to Northeast Asian land-ocean interactions and their implications for coastal zone management, the Institute of Marine Biology FEB RAS together with the IGBP Russian National Committee and the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research will held the school for young scientist in Vladivostok, Russia, October 24-26, 2005. The School languages will be both Russian and English.

School Programme will be posted at our website in September.

School Coordinator - Dr. Iraida G. Syasina (syasina@mail.ru).

Deadline for registration of  participants - August 25, 2005.

December 3, 2004

Proceedings of the Workshop Climate Variability and Human Activities in Relation to Northeast Asian Land-Ocean Interactions and Their Implications for Coastal Zone Management, Nanjing, China, December 4-8, 2004. Compiled by Konstantin A. Lutaenko and Shu Gao. Nanjing: Nanjing University, 2004. 157 p. View/Download (15 Mb )

December 2, 2004

Final programme of the APN meeting in Nanjing, China, December 4-9, 2004. View/Download (17 Kb )

November 29, 2004
List of presentations during the Nanjing meeting (Speaker names are in bold)

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

V.L. Kasyanov, D.L. Pitruk. Big problems of the big river(ecological state of the Tumen River)

A.N. Kachur, P.Ya. Baklanov. Nature management within the Russian Far East coastal zones

M.A. Vaschenko, P.M. Zhadan. Study of the state of coastal ecosystems in Amursky Bay (Peter the Great Bay, Sea of Japan): comparative analysis of the data of 1980s, 1990s and 2000s

A.N. Makhinov. Long-term changes in the hydrological regime of the Amur River

V.M. Shulkin, N.N. Bogdanova. Concentration of metals in the rivers of the south part of Primorski Krai, Russia

V.M. Shulkin, G.I. Semykina. Seasonal and annual variability of the concentration and output of nutrients by the Razdolnaya River (Primorski Krai)

O.V. Dudarev, A.I. Botsul, A.N. Charkin., L.V. Utkin. Scales in the variability of the lithological and biogeochemical processes within the Razdolnaya River estuary

V.I. Ponomarev, N.I. Rudykh. Multiscale oscillation of razdolnaya (suyfun) and amur rivers discharge affected by climate variability in the northeast asia

A.V. Silina. Changes in the growth rates and degree of shell bioerosion of the Yezo scallop inhabiting Razdolnaya River estuary for two decades

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

Chang-Hee Lee, Taeho Rho, Hyunjoo Moon, Sungwoo Jeon, Kyeongmi Heo, Seong Hwan Pae. Environment Management Strategy for Han River Estuary in Korea

P.R. CHINA

Shu Gao. River delta growth in relation to sediment retention

M.H. Wong. Good aqauaculture practice for sustainable coastal management

Shouye Yang, Jingong Cai, Congxian Li, Daidu Fan. Rare earth elemental compositions of the Changjiang and Huanghe sediments and its applications for tracing the river origins and uplift history of the Tibetan Plateau

Wu Chaoyu, J.Ren, Y. Bao, Y.P.Lei, Z.G. He. Deposition modes and the possbile dynamic mechanism during evolution of the Pearl River delta since 6000 BP

Qingshu Yang, Ping Xie. The changes of sediment concentration and discharge in recent five years from the Pearl River to the Pearl River Delta, China

Congxian Li, Shouye Yang, Daidu Fan, Juan Zhao. Change in Changjiang suspended load after completion of the Three-Gorges Dam and its impacts on the delta evolution

Ruihong Yu, Youpeng Xu, Zongwei Ma. The impact of climate variability and human activities on flood and drought disaster in the Yangtze Valley

November 3, 2004
List of the Russian participants of the Nanjing meeting, December 4-8, 2004

Pacific Institute of Geography, Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Vladivostok)
1. Dr. Anatoly Kachur
2. Dr. Vladimir Shul’kin

Institute of Marine Biology, Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Vladivostok)
3. Dr. Marina Vashchenko
4. Dr. Konstantin Lutaenko
5. Dr. Dmitry Pitruk
6. Dr. Alla Silina

Pacific Oceanological Institute, Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Vladivostok)
7. Dr. Vladimir Ponomarev
8. Dr. Oleg Dudarev

Institute of Water and Ecological Problems, Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Khabarovsk)
9. Dr. Alexey Makhinov

September 13, 2004
First Announcement

According to the schedule of the APN Project 2004-18-NMY Climate variability and human activities in relation to Northeast Asian land-ocean interactions and their implications for coastal zone management, the workshop under same title will be held in Nanjing University, Nanjing, People’s Republic of China, in December 3-6, 2004. The workshop will include several sessions with invited speakers; other persons wishing to participate can contact Dr. Konstantin A. Lutaenko (lutaenko@mail.primorye.ru) or Prof. Shu Gao (shugao@nju.edu.cn).

Invited participants should send extended abstracts by E-mail as attached file. Abstracts should not exceed 6 pages and be written in English. The format and printing of abstracts are as follows: the text should be printed in MS Word, with 25 mm upper, lower, right and left margins, Times New Roman 12 font, single interval between lines; abstracts should start with a title, followed by author’s full name (for example, Svetlana P. Ivanova or John A. Brown) and the affiliation (for example, Institute of Biology RAS, Moscow 100100, Russia). References and no more that 3 figures can be provided. E-mail acknowledgement of the abstracts receipt will be sent within 10-15 days. Abstracts must be send to Dr. Konstantin A. Lutaenko before October 20, 2004.

List of participants will be posted at our website in October.

August 6, 2004

Russian team of the project had a working meeting in order to discuss project progress and future work (before Nanjing meeting). We agreed that this year work in Russian sector would be devoted to collecting, analysis and synthesis of existing data on the Amur, Razdolnaya, and Tumen Rivers basins and nearshore areas, but not fieldworks.