|1st International Seminar on Tropical Aquatic Resources Science and Management|
|Ditulis oleh Benhard Winsy Tampangela|
|Senin, 20 Juni 2016 05:46|
1st International Seminar on
Tropical Aquatic Resources Science and Management
In conjunction with
the 1st National Congress of
the Indonesian Aquatic Resources Management Association
“Enhancing sustainable environmental resources management: poverty alleviation and climate adaptation strategies in Indonesia”
Nowadays the development has leaded to a tremendous pressure to the tropical marine resources. Researchers are working hard to undertake and promote ecological education, research and extension in order to sustain and continue the management of marine resources. In many parts of the tropical countries, problem and constraint in managing the resources have become urgent issue that need to be addressed. The well-being of the people in the coastal areas is the center of effective and highly developed management approach as well as application of relevant knowledge and technology in tropical marine resources management. Excellent integrated approach to serve as an instrument for the attainment of a balanced management of the tropical marine resources for the present and future generations is a must.
The rapid deterioration of coastal marine resources spurred the implementation of the Ecosystem Approach Fisheries Management (EAFM) program. Its major objective is to come up with a holistic tropical coastal resources management science to answer the needs for environmental-friendly development. And therefore this seminar on Tropical Marine Resources Management and Science was designed to focus on eco-hydrological system (including the rehabilitation of degraded agricultural water and lands), erosion control & water security, integrated coastal zone management, biodiversity assessment & conservation and protection and restoration of coastal habitats with focus on the proper management of fisheries and agriculture.
The objectives of the seminar are:
1. To update and share research findings on environmental sciences & management;
2. To discuss current environmental policy and management programs;
3. To establish a network on tropical aquatic resource management in Indonesia;
4. To enhance public involvement on environmental management.
Following is the description of the seminar:
Enhancing sustainable environmental resources management: poverty alleviation and climate adaptation strategies in Indonesia
· Coordinating Minister of Marine Affairs, Indonesia (will be confirmed)
· Director Executive of Coral Triangle Initiatives (will be confirmed)
· Gerung, Grevo, Prof. (Sam Ratulangi University, Indonesia)
· Khan, Shabaz, Prof. (the Unesco Office Jakarta, Indonesia)
· White, Ian, Prof. (Australian National University, Australia)
· Adhuri, Dedi, Dr. (Indonesian Institute of Science, Indonesia)
· Adrianto, Luky, Dr. (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
· Chung, I., Prof. (Pusan University, Republic of Korea)
· Rasmussen, Arne, R., Dr. (RDAFA, Denmark)
· Sutapa, Ignasius, Dr. (APCE, Indonesia)
· Tjoa, Aiyen, Dr. (Tadulako University, Indonesia)
· Uiblein, Franz, (Institute of Marine Research, Norway)
· Waegele, Heike, Prof. (ZFMK, Germany)
1. Sustainable Fisheries:
Blue economy, Ecosystem Approach Fisheries Management (EAFM), Aquaculture, Friendly Fishing Technology, Integrated Multi-trophic Aquaculture.
2. Tropical Coastal Zone Management:
Marine Protected Area (MPA), Coastal Ecosystem Management, Marine Pollution and Mitigation, Ecosystem Services, Coastal Indigenous Resilience.
Sustainable Agricultural Practices, Wastewater Management, Water Security, Flood and Drought, Seawater Intrusion.
Type of activity:
1. Seminar (Oral presentation & Poster presentation)
28 – 29 September 2016
Venue of seminar:
Sintesa Peninsula Hotel, Manado, Indonesia
Venue of excursion:
Lake Linow, Lake Tondano, and Tumbak-Bentenan Island
• Foreign Participant: IDR 1,350,000
• Indonesian Participant: IDR 337,500
• Indonesian Student: IDR 135,000
• Member of IARMA*: IDR 202,500
(* Indonesian Aquatic Resources Management Association)
• Public: IDR 337,500
• Students: IDR 135,000
Selected papers will be published in (if accepted by the journal editor) Marine Biology Research Journal (http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/smar20#.V2AYxdJ9602). All unaccepted presented papers in the journal will be published in Seminar Proceedings (soft copy will be sent via email; hardcopy will be charged IDR 270.000.
Expected Number of Participants:
200 participants (limited)
Sam Ratulangi University
Call for Presenters
The Seminar calls Oral and Poster presentations to present research findings and scientific reviews. Each presentation should be registered ONLINE by completing the Presentation Form (http://pasca.unsrat.ac.id/s2/ipa).
Registrations are now open. You can register by downloading the Registration Form (http://pasca.unsrat.ac.id/s2/ipa) and submit it to the Seminar Secretariat via e-mail.
1. Prof. Dr. Ellen J. Kumaat (Rector of Sam Ratulangi University)
2. Prof. Dr. Grevo Gerung (Dean of Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, Sam Ratulangi University)
3. Wiske Rotinsulu, Ph.D (Head of the Office of International Affair, Sam Ratulangi University)
4. Prof. D.Tech.Sc. Markus T. Lasut
5. Prof. Dr. Fontje Kaligis
6. Rose O.S.E. Mantiri, Ph.D
7. Jane M. Mamuaja, Ph.D
8. Stephanus V. Mandagi, Ph.D
9. Dr. Joice R.T.S.L. Rimper
10. Medy Ompi, Ph.D
11. Calvin F. Sondak, Ph.D
12. Joudy R. Sangari, MA, MMA
1. Prof. D.Tech.Sc. Markus T. Lasut (chairman)
2. Rose O.S.E. Mantiri, Ph.D (Secretary)
3. Dr. Joice R.T.S.L. Rimper (Finance)
4. Prof. Dr. Fontje Kaligis (Member)
5. Jane M. Mamuaja, Ph.D (Member)
6. Stephanus V. Mandagi, Ph.D (Member)
7. Medy Ompi, Ph.D (Member)
8. Calvin F. Sondak, Ph.D (Member)
9. Joudy R. Sangari, MA, MMA (Member)
Faculty of Fisheries & Marine Science
Sam Ratulangi University Manado.
Jl. Kampus UNSRAT Bahu, Manado 95115
North Sulawesi, Indonesia
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