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2013 Conferences

The members of CCR attend and present at a variety of conferences across Australia and the world every year. Presenters are indicated by * and members of CCR are in bold.

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12th International Coastal Symposium, 5-11 April, Plymouth, England, Clarke, B* and Harvey, N Wither Coastal Management in Australia - a call for National Leadership

12th International Coastal Symposium, 5-11 April, Plymouth, England, Davidson-Arnott, R, Bauer, B O, Walker, I J, Hesp, P A and Ollerhead, J Aeolian flux profiles during unsteady winds

12th International Coastal Symposium, 5-11 April, Plymouth, England, Hesp, P A* A 34 year record of foredune evolution, Dark Point, NSW, Australia

12th International Coastal Symposium, 5-11 April, Plymouth, England, Miot da Silva, G, Martinho, C T, Hesp, P*, Keim, B and Ferligo, Y (2013) Changes in dunefield geomorphology and vegetation cover as a response to local and regional climate variations

Climate Adaptation 2013 Knowledge + Partnerships, 25-27 June, Sydney, Nursey-Bray, M*, Country – Climate – Change: The Arabana

Australian Marine Sciences Association 2013, 7-11 July, Gold Coast, Yates, K*, Engaging the fishing community in marine spatial planning using spatial access priority mapping (SAPM): a quantitative GIS approach

International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) Annual Science Conference23-27 September, Reykjavik, Iceland, Yates, K*, Quantitative incorporation of fishers' spatial access priorities into strategic conservation planning and fisheries management

South Australian State Coastal Conference, 30 September - 2 October, Adelaide,  Button, C*, Risk Perceptions and Adaptation: A Yorke Peninsula Case Study 

South Australian State Coastal Conference, 30 September - 2 October, Adelaide,  Fotheringham, D*, Coastal Monitoring in South Australia 

South Australian State Coastal Conference, 30 September - 2 October, Adelaide,  Harvey, N*, The Changing Coastline of the Lefevre Peninsula, South Australia 

South Australian State Coastal Conference, 30 September - 2 October, Adelaide,  Hesp, P*, Geomorphology and Vegetation Cover of Australian and Brazilian Coastal Dunefields as a Response to Southern Hemisphere Climate Variations 

South Australian State Coastal Conference, 30 September - 2 October, Adelaide,  James, K*, Thinopyrum Junceiforme: Gaining New Ground 

South Australian State Coastal Conference, 30 September - 2 October, Adelaide,  Miot da Silva, G*, Evolution and Morphodynamics of Bowl Blowouts 

APSA Annual Conference 2013, 30 September - 2 October, Perth, Vince, D* and Nursey-Bray, M, Australia’s ocean and food security commitments from Rio+20: can the two unite? 

QLD Coastal Conference 2013, 2-4 October, TownsvilleHarvey, N*, Climate change and coastal adaptation

Royal Society of SA – Climate Change Symposium 2013, 4 October, Adelaide, Harvey, N and Button, C D*, Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change on the South Australian Coast

ECSA 53 Estuaries and coastal areas in times of intense change13-17 October, Shanghai, Nursey-Bray, M*, Building on ancient sea trails: ports, climate change and governance in the twenty first century

2013 Binghamton Symposium: Coastal Geomorphology and Restoration18-20 October, USA, Davidson-Arnott, R G, Bauer, B O, Walker, I J, Hesp, P A*, Ollerhead, J and Chapman, C, Temporal and spatial scale of aeolian flux on a vegetated foredune during a high energy event

The Third International Marine Protected Areas Congress (IMPAC3)21-27 October, Marseille and Corsica, France, Yates, K*, Participatory planning with Fishers: Using Spatial Access Priority Mapping (SAPM) to quantitatively incorporate stakeholder priorities into marine protected area development 

The Third International Marine Protected Areas Congress (IMPAC3)21-27 October, Marseille and Corsica, France, Yates, K*, Planning for a changing climate: Using velocities and trajectories of sea temperature change to inform marine protected planning 


Centre for Coastal Research

The Centre for Coastal Research is no longer active. For all coastal research matters, please contact Professor Nick Harvey.