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Coastal Zones and Marine ecosystems

About Us

Conferenceseries Ltd feels proud to announce “3rd International Conference on Coastal Zones and Marine Ecosystem” (Coastal Zones 2018) which is going to be held during May 16-172018 at Tokyo, Japan.

We welcome and invite you to participate in this prestigious conference. Conferenceseries Ltd Organizes 1000+ Global Events inclusive of 300+ Conferences, 500+ Workshops and 200+ Symposiums on various topics of Science & Technology  across the globe with support from 1000 more scientific  societies and Publishes 500+ Open Access journals which contains over 50000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.

The scope of Coastal Zones is to promote the advancements in the fields of Coastal resource managementCoastline managementCoastal management journal, Resource management program, Coastline recoveryCoastline imagingSeashore factsPacific coast lines, Coastal international, Coastal platesPeruvian coastCoastal office, Coast app, Coast of Alaska, Pacific coast linesCoastal Protection and Restoration AuthorityaquacultureTourism and Recreation, oil spill contingency planning, and navigational risk assessment etc., at an international level and also to disseminate the excellence in research to the global community. Coastal zones include the entire continental shelf and occupy about 18% of the surface of the globe, supplying about 90% of global fish catch and accounts for some 25% of global primary productivity while at the same time being some of the most endangered regions on the planet. This growth, which has reached its peak in recent decades, exerts pressures on the environmental and cultural resources of coastal areas, and negatively affects the social, economic and cultural patterns.

Why to Attend

Coastal zones 2018 is a prestigious event which explores the technology to showcase mature technologies from lectures, panel discussions, debates by world renowned experts, who will discuss the latest advances and research in Coastal Zone Management and planning.

· Access to the latest coastal management developments –up to 80+ peer reviewed paper presentations

· Network with 100+ coastal experts from around the world

 · Commercial opportunities - a technical exhibition will be an integral part of conference programme

· Accompanying workshop and technical visit

See more at: coastalzonemanagement.conferenceseries.com

Market Analysis

Summary of the Conference:

Coastal zone management (CZM) is a part of Integrated Coastal Management (ICM), which is an interdisciplinary and inter-sector approach to problem definition and solutions in the coastal zone, it includes a range of initiatives that promote environmentally sustainable development of coastal areas, and encompasses a range of activities such as community based management of coastal resources, large-scale infrastructure development (ports, industrial and residential parks, etc.), pollution and erosion control, aquaculture, tourism and recreation, oil spill contingency planning, and navigational risk assessment. CZM is a process of governance that consists of the legal and institutional framework necessary to ensure that development and management plans for coastal zones are integrated with environmental and social goals, and are developed with the participation of those affected. The purpose of ICM is to maximize the benefits provided by the coastal zone and to minimize the conflicts and harmful effects of activities on social, cultural and environmental resources.

Challenges of CZM

  • Failure to appreciate the interconnections within coastal systems
  • Inadequate legislation and lack of enforcement
  • Limited understanding and experience in ICZM
  • Limited understanding of coastal and marine processes
  • Lack of trained personnel, relevant technologies and equipment

 Why Tokyo?

Tokyo is the National capital of Japan. Tokyo is the busiest, populated, and advanced city where it has the mixed ultramodern and traditional cultures. The city is covered by many skyscrapers, temples, museums and by many tourist attracting places like Tokyo Sky tree, which is the tallest tower in the world. There is a place by name called as Ginza which is a popular and expensive shopping area of Tokyo as one of the most luxurious shopping districts in the world. Tokyo Station is the important intercity rail terminal in Tokyo. The city has many educational universities, institutions, Junior colleges, and vocational schools. Many of the Japan’s important and authorised universities are in Tokyo. The city is also maintaining international relations with the council of local authorities. Tokyo is located in the southern regions; the Tokyo bay is connected with the Pacific Ocean, it is most populous, well developed harbours and industries connected with the bay.

Why to Attend??

Coastal Zones 2016 and Coastal Zones congress-2017 was a prestigious event which explores the technology to showcase mature technologies from lectures, panel discussions, debates by world renowned experts, who will discuss the latest advances and research in Coastal Zone Management and planning

  • Access to the latest coastal management developments up to 80+ peer reviewed paper presentations
  • Network with 100+ coastal experts from around the world
  • Commercial opportunities on technical exhibition will be an integral part of conference program.
  • Accompanying workshop and technical visit.

Target Audience

  • President/Vice president
  • Chairs/Directors, Deans
  • Eminent Scientists/ Research Professors,
  • Junior/Senior research fellows, Students.
  • Directors of companies, Engineers, Executives
  • Members of different Coastal and Marine associations.

Major Coastal Zone studies Associations around the Globe

  • World Ocean Circulation Experiment.
  • Undersea Research Center (NATO).
  • MAST (Marine Science and Technology) program, European Commission.
  • International Council for the Exploration of the Sea.
  • Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, UNESCO.
  • European Geophysical Society.
  • Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research.

Funding Opportunities:

Many funding agencies or organizations are providing funds for the researchers to complete their projects. Examples like Society for Conservation Biology is allotting US$ 500 to US$700 and U.S Fish and Wildlife Service providing US$10 thousand to US$200 and organization like Grants to Project Birds to Prey is funding with US$ 5 thousand Field Museum Organization is providing scholarships for graduate fellowships and American Society of Primatologists is funding US$ 2 thousand and Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Garden is allotting US$2, 500 as a Conservation Grant for the year of 2015.

Past Confererence Report

Coastal Zones Congress-2017

Conference Series LLC successfully hosted its premier 1st International conference on Coastal zones in July 17-18 at Melbourne, Australia.

The conference has brought together a comprehensive range of the Coastal zone researchers, educators from research universities as well as representatives from industry and professional Coastal zone societies.

This International conference on Coastal zones deals with the thing that coastal zone makes up only 10% of the ocean environment, but is home to over 90% of all marine species. For example, of the 13,200 known species of marine fish, almost 80% are coastal. According to the UN, around 3.6 billion people, or 60% of the world’s population, live within 60km of the coast. And 80% of all tourism takes place in coastal areas. Most of the goods we extract from the ocean - from fish to oil and gas - come from coastal regions. Coastal ecosystems also provide a range of services that benefit people around the world.

Coastal zones include the entire continental shelf and occupy about 18% of the surface of the globe, supplying about 90% of global fish catch and accounts for some 25% of global primary productivity while at the same time being some of the most endangered regions on the planet. This growth, which has reached its peak in recent decades, exerts pressures on the environmental and cultural resources of coastal areas, and negatively affects the social, economic and cultural patterns.

Which indeed an important industry as the world fleet carries over 90% of the world trade by tonnage and shipbuilding is a business worth over U.S. $32 billion per annum. Offshore oil & gas is the world's biggest marine industry where production alone can have a value of more than $300 billion per annum. Oceans Natural Resources are worth $21 trillion a year, creating jobs for 350 million people and industry worth $1.2 trillion.

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