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CMWG Workshop 2019

Time: 2019.11.13
Location: Qingdao, China

Organisers:

Key Laboratory of Marine Chemistry Theory and Technology (Ministry of Education), Ocean University of China

Integrated Marine Biosphere Research (IMBeR) Regional Project Office

Future Earth Coasts' IPO branch in China, jointly hosted by Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences (YIC-CAS) and State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University (SKLEC, ECNU)


The 9th Haichuan Forum & IMBeR – Future Earth Coasts Continental Margins Working Group (CMWG)
Workshop 2019 on Ocean Health and Sustainability
in Chinese Marginal Seas

13 November 2019
Key Laboratory of Marine Chemistry Theory and Technology (Ministry of Education) 
Ocean University of China, Qingdao

 

About the event

Fundamental research on sustainable marine ecosystem is an important scientific issue in the new century, also represents a significant developing trend in marine science. Over the past few decades, the structure and function of the global marine ecosystem have undergone important changes to varying degrees, meanwhile human activities have had a significant impact on the sustainable development of continental margin systems. This workshop will explore in depth the changes to environment, ecosystem and economic factors of the marginal seas driven by multi-stressors, in order to understand the human impact on the ecological environment and the interrelationship with management policies. With the knowledge gained from this interdisciplinary research and inter-regional comparative studies, it will be helpful to optimize marginal seas management approaches. The workshop aims to promote our understanding of coastal social-ecological systems, to guide sustainably management of marine resources, and to evaluating alternative methods and techniques towards adaptive management and governance.

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Front row from left:FANG Qin-Hua,LIANG Wen,WANG Hai-Zeng,JIANG Zeng-Jie,BAI Jia-Yu,LIU Su Mei,WEN Quan,WU Ying,ZhAO Mei-Xun,FANG Jian-Guang,XIAN Wei-Wei,ZUO Fang,QIN Kai;Back row from left:WU Nian,MU Jing-Long,DING Shuai,TU Chen,REN Jing-Ling,ZHU Zhuo-Yi,YU Jing,JIN Hai-Yan,BI Rong,ZHANG Gui-Ling,LIANG Sheng-Kang,ZHANG Da-Hai

 

What we aim to achieve

The CMWG Workshop 2019 aims to:

1. Develop a framework strategy to study ocean health and sustainability in Chinese marginal seas;

2. Prioritize research approaches that Chinese marginal seas case study should focus on;

3. Promote interactions among different disciplines, including marine science (climate/ocean, earth sciences, environmental sciences, biogeochemistry/ecology), biological resources, economy, and management. And build a platform to facilitate cooperation and enable more valuable synthesis outcomes. 

 

Workshop Convenors

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LIU Su Mei

Ocean University of China

Su Mei has served as a Scientific Steering Committee member from 2010-2015. Her focus is on nutrient cycles and the interactions between nutrients and food webs, environmental evolution, silicon and atmospheric nutrient deposition. Su Mei will coordinate the CMWG activities towards improved understanding of the socio-ecological systems of the Chinese marginal seas.

     
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WU Ying

East China Normal University

Ying’s research focuses on the composition and biogeochemistry of organic matter from source to sink, using isotopes and biomarkers to trace the sources, fluxes, cycles and transformations. Ying has been actively involved in Chinese GLOBEC/IMBER projects since the very beginning. She is currently served on IMBeR Scientific Steering Committee and is the contact of IMBeR-endorsed project LEDS.

 

Agenda

Time

Event / Topic

Presenter

Convener

08:30-08:40

Opening Ceremony

LIU Su Mei

08:40-08:55

Future Earth Coasts project

TU Chen

WU Ying

08:55-09:10

Integrated Marine Biosphere Research (IMBeR) and its progress in China

ZUO Fang

09:10-09:30

Group Photo & Tea Break

Keynotes Session

09:30-10:30

Ocean health status assessment – application and adjustment in Chinese Marginal Seas

WEN Quan

LIU Su Mei

WU Ying

10:30-11:00

Laws and regulations for marine health and sustainable development

BAI Jia-Yu

11:00-11:30

Coastal management study as the interface of science and management – a case study of reclamation assessment

FANG Qin-Hua

11:30-12:00

China’s marine aquaculture industry and the strategy for sustainable development

JIANG Zeng-Jie

12:00-13:30

Lunch Break

Discussion Session

13:30-16:30

  1. Problems of marine ecosystem health assessment in Chinese Marginal Seas
  2. In different historical periods, the main ecosystem services & functions (e.g. food, recreation, etc.), stressors generated, and the corresponding ecosystem environment status
  3. Management strategies (laws and regulations) of the marginal ecosystem: effectiveness, existing problems, and knowledge gaps
  4. Output and plans for Chinese marginal seas case study

LIU Su Mei

WU Ying

 

List of Participants

Name

Institute

BAI Jia-Yu

Ocean University of China

BI Rong

Ocean University of China

LI Ke-Qiang

Ocean University of China

LIANG Sheng-Kang

Ocean University of China

LIU Su Mei

Ocean University of China

REN Jing-Ling

Ocean University of China

WANG Hai-Zeng

Ocean University of China

YU Jing

Ocean University of China

ZHANG Da-Hai

Ocean University of China

ZHANG Gui-Ling

Ocean University of China

ZHAO Mei-Xun

Ocean University of China

WU Nian

Ocean University of China

MU Jing-Long*

Ocean University of China

DING Shuai*

Ocean University of China

LIANG Wen*

Ocean University of China

WEN Quan

National Marine Environmental Monitoring Center

JIN Hai-Yan

Second Institute of Oceanography, MNR

XIAN Wei-Wei

The Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

FANG Qin-Hua

Xiamen University

TU Chen

Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone ResearchChinese Academy of Sciences

FANG Jian-Guang

Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences

JIANG Zeng-Jie

Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences

WU Ying

East China Normal University

ZHU Zhuo-Yi

East China Normal University

ZUO Fang

East China Normal University

QIN Kai

East China Normal University

*Volunteer appreciation

 

Workshop Sponsor

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Key Laboratory of Marine Chemistry Theory and Technology (Ministry of Education), Ocean University of China

Ocean University of China (OUC) is a comprehensive university with particular strengths in oceanography and fisheries science. The Key Laboratory of Marine Chemistry Theory and Technology (OUC) is currently an advanced research institution carrying out research on marine biogeochemical cycles of active gases, nutrients and trace elements, marine organic geochemistry, and multipurpose utilization of seawater. They participate in a number of major marine scientific research plans led by SCOR, WCRP, and Future Earth.

For more information, please visit http://mctl.ouc.edu.cn/en/

 

Workshop Coordinators

WU Nian, Key Laboratory of Marine Chemistry Theory and Technology (Ministry of Education), Ocean University of China

QIN Kai & ZUO Fang, IMBeR Regional Project Office