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14th Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference (ECM14)
2016-06-13 to 2016-06-15
University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI, USA

The Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference provides a venue for commercial, academic, and government scientists and engineers from around the world to present and discuss the latest results and techniques in applied estuarine and coastal modeling.

Prospective authors are invited to submit abstracts for papers on a wide range of topic areas, including:

Pollutant Transport and Water Quality Prediction • Coastal Response to Climate Change • Modeling Techniques and Sensitivity Studies • Model Assessment • Modeling Specific Estuarine and Coastal Systems • Visualization Analysis • Wave and Sediment Transport Modeling • Modeling of Chemicals and Floatables • Oil Spill Transport and Fate Modeling • Inverse Methods • Circulation Modeling • Facility Siting and CSO Studies • Data Assimilation • Nowcast/Forecast Modeling Systems • Coupled Models of Terrestrial, Atmospheric, Coastal Systems • Modeling Systems with Strong Buoyancy Forcing • Modeling of Coupled Systems • Risk Analysis (Nuclear Reactors, Flood Forecasting)

There will also be a special session on Coastal Resilience. link

18th International Congress on Marine Corrosion and Fouling (18th ICMCF)
2016-06-19 to 2016-06-24
Toulon, France
The forthcoming ICMCF will keep with past traditions by providing an interdisciplinary program that will highlight research efforts in understanding and combating biofouling and corrosion of materials and structures immersed in the marine environment. The ambition of this congress is to bring experts from around the world providing the latest basic and applied research advances in biology, microbiology, chemistry, physical chemistry, coatings and materials to help meet these challenges. In 2016, an additional industry session will be proposed dealing with fouling/corrosion concerns in marine energy applications and ships and in aquaculture, harbour infrastructures, Oil & Gas, and desalination plants. link