The Black Sea Biannual conference is back in its 4th iteration and will be held between the 28th and 31st October in Constanta, Romania later on this year. It will continue on concerted efforts initiated by the previous BSC scientific conferences to use science and information technology to understand and deal with the environment problems of the Black Sea, to strengthen science/policy interface and regional cooperation towards better governance of environment protection to preserve the Black Sea ecosystem.
Several sessions will be organised on a variety of topics including:
- Pollution and eutrophication
- Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
- Socio-economic impact on marine environment
- Integrated Coastal Zone Management
- Climate change and its impact on marine ecosystems
- Ecosystem modelling
A call for papers is open and the submission date for abstracts is on the 31st July 2013.
Further information can be obtained from: www.blacksea-commission.org