This one-day MaREI seminar is run in association with DHI and provides an overview of advanced numerical ecological models for marine and coastal environments, ranging from environmental pressure modelling to habitat suitability, agent-based and ‘integrated’ modelling.
The seminar will include a synopsis of the basic functionality of reviewed models and their benefit and applicability for use in risk analyses, project planning, environmental assessment permitting processes, and environmental monitoring and management.
Light refreshments will be provided and all attendees are required to register in advance before 20th October.
Registration is free but space is limited and will be allocated on a first-come first served basis.
Please REGISTER HERE up to 20th October.
• The risk map: overview of major environmental risks to coastal and marine developments
• Environmental pressure modelling (e.g., underwater noise)
• Habitat suitability, agent based, and integrated modelling
• Illustrating related sustainability and operational benefits of employing these tools
• Regulatory and government agency employees
• Port, terminal, and offshore wind farm developers
• Scientists and students in the fields of environmental management
• Coastal engineering professionals
• Project managers involved in the planning, management, or approval of coastal developments