29 – 30 November 2011
Journal of Coastal Development
An official journal of ISOI
and supported by
Directorate General of Higher Education
Ministry of National Education
Despite their richness on natural resources that have served the coastal population, coastal ecosystems have been focal points of human settlement and marine resource use throughout history. Long terms of overexploitation, habitat transformation, and pollution have obscured the total magnitude of coastal degradation and biodiversity loss and have undermined their ecological resilience.
Coastal zones and their resources are also threatened by the effect of climate change including global warming. The occurrences of coral bleaching, seawater rise, and the emerging coral diseases have become serious problem in the coastal areas.
Integrating management and development issues in a scientific manner, the symposium will provide an opportunity for regulator, environmental managers, academics, scientists and decision makers to develop and promulgate innovative methodologies, techniques, and policies used for management and development of coastal and marine resources.
The many subdiciplines involved in the management and development of coastal and marine issues can come together in one forum.
Either you are new to the management and development of coastal and marine resources, or or have participated in various programs, welcome to this opportunity to make a difference in helping to better understand and manage as well as develop coastal and marine resources.
The symposium is dedicated to serve as a forum to all aspects of increasingly important fields of coastal resource management and development, including but not limited to biological, chemical, medical, physical, cultural, economic, social developments.
The symposium will be held at Widya Puraya Building, 1st floor, Diponegoro University 50275, Semarang. We are looking forward to your participation which will help to make this symposium a success on both scientific and social level.
Interdisciplinary in scope, symposium will accept the following contributions related to one of the selected topics:
Management and Social Economics
Marine Processing and Biotechnology
Four plenary speeches wil be delivered by prominent speakers who will highlight some important topics on coastal resource management and development, including:
1. Prof. Jamaluddin Jompa (Coremap, Ministry of Marine Affair and Fisheries-Indonesia)
Management of Indonesian coral reefs: Lessons learned from Coremap
2. Prof.Soottawat Benjakul (Prince of Songkhla University-Thailand)
The use of phenolic compounds for quality improvement of seafood
3. Thomas Darmawan (Chair person AP5I-Indonesia)
Marketing strategy of fish and marine products to breakthrough global market
4. Ika Kertati (NGO)
Empowerment on coastal communities
The symposium will serve as a forum for researchers, managers, decision makers, students, NGO and other parties relevant to management and development of coastal and marine environments.
The symposium will be held at Widya Puraya Building, Diponegoro University, Tembalang, Semarang 50275, Indonesia
General participants Rp. 250.000,-
Students Rp. 200.000,-
Payment can be made by transfer through
Bank Mandiri, Pandanaran branch
Account No.: 135-0002065868
Holder : Endang Istiningsih qq Cosdev
Abstract submission 15/11/2011
Abstract decision 22/11/2011
Selected abstracts will be invited to submit full papers for possible publication in the open access Journal of Coastal Development. All selected papers will be peer-reviewed according to journal’s rule. Partial waiving cost will be applied to accepted articles.
Chairperson : Ocky Karna Radjasa
Secretary : Tri Winarni Agustini
Further information :
For further information regarding the symposium, please kindly contact:
Ocky Karna Radjasa
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tri Winarni Agustini
Email : email@example.com
A Ronin Hidayatullah
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile : 081805933944
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