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This 1st Baltic Earth Conference intends to bring together the relevant communities to discuss the topic of the conference: “Multiple drivers for Earth System changes in the Baltic Sea Region”. The scope is to describe the different factors for change, their impacts on the Earth system of the Baltic Sea region, and to demonstrate the capacity to model any of these factors in a single or coupled approach.
Baltic Earth focuses on specific interdisciplinary research challenges formulated by the Baltic Earth Science Steering Group. Additional topics are treated by dedicated Working Groups.
Conference topics will be based on these challenges:
• Salinity dynamics
• Land-Sea-Atmosphere biogeochemical feedbacks
• Natural hazards and high impact events
• Sea level dynamics, coastal morphology and erosion
• Regional variability of water and energy exchanges
• Regional climate system modelling
• Multiple and interrelated drivers of environmental changes
Contributions related to any of these scientific fields are welcome. In addition, we welcome such contributions from similar sea and coastal regions around the world, e.g. the North Sea, the Mediterranean, the Black Sea, or the Bo Hai and Huang Hai sea areas. Invited and contributed papers will be presented in plenary along with parallel poster sessions.
The conference is also intended as discussion forum for scientists, managers and other stakeholders. Conference language is English. Call for Papers Contributi ons in accordance with the preliminary conference topics as outlined above, both oral or as poster, are welcome. Extended abstracts in English, maximum of two pages, including figures, tables or diagrams, are invited to be submitt ed by e-mail to the International Baltic Earth Secretariat. Abstracts must be submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by 19 February 2016.
For more information visit the Baltic Earth Secretariat website: http://www.baltic-earth.eu/nida2016/