1 Introduction The International Postgraduate Course (4,5 ECTS) will take place for 11 days between 31 January-10 February, 2012 in the facilities of the Oceanographic Foundation of Gipuzkoa (FOG, Aquarium San Sebastian) and will consist of lectures, workshops, round table discussions and practicals. Lectures (30 hours) and 15 additional teaching hours (practicals, workshops, round tables,...) have been planned (45 hours in total). All lectures will be given in English. The course is directed at postgraduate or PhD students, aiming to become specialized in the field of marine environment and resources. Participants will receive a certificate, with an indication of lectures and practicals attended. Students who request it will receive the same academic treatment as the official students enrolled in the MER MSc and will be given marks, after examination. Thus, together with the attendance certificate, a supplementary certificate indicating the obtained marks (and ECTS) will be provided (i.e. a complete certificate). Registration Students not registered in the MER Master may register in this course. The registration fee is 225 and includes attendance at all teaching activities and course documentation. For registration, participants should fill in the registration form and send it to MER Secretariat before the 25th January 2012, together with a bank cheque payable to RiMER Course MER CONSORTIUM. All participants will receive a receipt of payment and notification of acceptance in the course. Grants A limited number of grants covering the registration fee are offered by the MER CONSORTIUM. Students wishing to be considered must indicate it in the registration form. Students receiving a grant will be refunded during the course. Accommodation Participants wishing to obtain accommodation in Donostia-San Sebastian, at a student residence (approx. 55 /day breakfast incl.), should contact (preferably by ): RiMER COURSE AQUARIUM SS Carlos Blasco de Imaz Plz Donostia San Sebastián Tlf. (34) Fax:
2 MER European Master of Science in Marine Environment and Resources MER CONSORTIUM (SOTON, UPV/EHU, UBx 1, AZTI, OFG) - Ref. MO JOINT EUROPEAN POSTGRADUATE STUDIES - Mención de Calidad MEC Ref. MO Quality Award (MDC/ ; MICINN ) 6 th INTERNATIONAL POSTGRADUATE COURSE RESEARCH IN MARINE ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCES (4,5 ECTS) JANUARY 31-FEBRUARY 10, 2012, AQUARIUM, Donostia-San Sebastián Organized by: MER Master (UPV/EHU) MER Consortium, Dept Zoology and Cell Biology, Fac Science and Technology, Univ Basque Country, Bilbo Coordinators: Dr Adolfo Uriarte, AZTI-Tecnalia (Pasaia) Dr Michael Collins, Ikerbasque (Plentzia Marine Station) and U Southampton (Southampton, UK) Dr Carlos García-Soto, IEO (Santander) Dr Ionan Marigómez, Dept Zoology and Cell Biology, UPV/EHU (Leioa) Additional information: MER SECRETARIAT Faculty of Sciences and Technology University of the Basque Country, Leioa-Bizkaia Telf: ; Fax: www:http://www.ehu.es/mer * and Master Course Research in Marine Environment and Resources (4,5 ECTS) Supporting Institutions: University of the Basque Country (Vicerrect Graduate & Postgraduate Studies) Basque Government: Education, Universities & Research Dept (teaching staff mobility programme) Ministery of Science and Innovation (teaching staff mobility programme)
3 PROGRAMME January 31 st TUESDAY: OPENING SESSION DEVELOPMENTS IN RiMER 15:00-15:30; Welcome and General Introductory Remarks Vicente Zaragueta (Aquarium SS-FOG), Adolfo Uriarte (AZTI-Tecnalia), Ionan Marigómez (Univ. Basque Country) 15:30-16:20; Opening lecture 1: Methane Release from Hydrates beneath a Warming Ocean Tim Minshull (U Southampton) 16:20-17:10; Opening lecture 2: Beachrock Occurrence, Characteristics, Formation Mechanisms and Impacts Adonis F Velegrakis (U Aegean, Greece) 17:10-17:40: Coffee-break 17:40-18:30; Opening lecture 3: International Conventions and Protection of the Marine Environment from Ship-source Pollution Regina Asariotis (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD) 18:30-19:30; Round table: Developments in Research in Marine Environment and Resources R Asariotis, AF Velegrakis, M Collins, T Correge, T Minshull (Chair) 19:30-21:00; Welcome Reception at the Aquarium February 1 st WEDNESDAY: COASTAL MANAGEMENT 09:30-10:20; Marine Conservation: Tourism and Coral Reefs, María C Uyarra (AZTI-Tecnalia) 10:30-11:20; Climate change Impacts on Ports Regina Asariotis (UNCTAD) 11:40-12:30; Management of the Urdaibai Reserve of the Biosphere Miren Onaindia (Univ. Basque Country) 12:40-13:30: Engineering for the Assessment and Management of Coastal Resources Iñigo Losada (Univ. Cantabria) 15:30-16:20: Field observations of Waves Generated by Passing Ships Adonis F Velegrakis (U Aegean, Greece) 16:30-17:20: High frequency monitoring in estuaries: from processes to management" Aldo Sottolichio (Univ. Bordeaux 1) 17:20-17:40: Coffee-break 17:40-19:00; Round table: Sustainable Coastal Management MC Uyarra, I Amezaga, I Losada, R Asariotis, A Sottolichio, AF Velegrakis (Chair) February 2 nd THURSDAY: MARINE ECOSYSTEM HEALTH 09:30-10:20; Harmful Algae: a Challenge for Marine Resources Management, Emma Orive (Univ. Basque Country) 10:30-11:20; Introduced Invasive Species in Coastal Environments, Xavier de Montaudouin (Univ. Bordeaux 1) 11:40-12:30; Integrative Ecological Status Assessment in Implementing the Water Framework Directive and the Marine Strategy Directive A. Borja (AZTI-Tecnalia) 12:40-13:30; Persistent Organochemicals in Estuaries and Coastal Areas, Nestor Etxebarria (Univ. Basque Country) 15:30-16:20; Trace Element Transfer at the Continent-Ocean Interface, Jörg Schäfer (Univ. Bordeaux 1) 16:30-17:20; Biodiversity and Marine Ecosystem Health Assesment: Biotic Indices Antoine Gremare (Univ. Bordeaux 1) 17:20-17:40: Coffee-break 17:40-19:00; Round table: Threats to Marine Ecosystem Health X de Montaudouin, J Schäfer, N Etxebarria, Antoine Gremare, E Orive (Chair) February 3 rd FRIDAY: MARINE ECOSYSTEM HEALTH 09:30-10:20; The use of WOE for Environmental Quality Assessment in Sediments above Carbon Dioxide Storage Sub-seabed Geological Formations. A Del Valls (Univ. Cadiz) 10:30-11:20; Bioavalability and Bioaccumulation of Metallic Pollutants: Cellular Mechanisms of Uptake and Detoxification Manu Soto (Univ. Basque Country) 11:40-12:30; Biomarkers in Marine Ecosystem Health Assessment, Miren P Cajaraville (Univ. Basque Country) 12:40-13:30; Proteomics Tools to Assess Pollution Effects in Marine Bivalves Maria Bebianno (U Algarve, Portugal) 15:30-16:20; Gene Expression Profiling in Marine Ecotoxicology, Ibon Cancio (Univ. Basque Country) 16:30-17:20; Integrative assessment of sediment quality based on weight of evidence (WOE) approaches during 15 years in Spain, from genesis to revolution s. Angel Del Valls (U Cadiz) 17:20-17:40: Coffee-break 17:40-19:00; Round table: Prospects in Marine Ecosystem Health M Soto, M Bebianno, I Cancio, A Del Valls, MP Cajaraville (Chair) 20:30-24:00; Course dinner
4 February 6 th MONDAY: GLOBAL CLIMATE CRISIS (I) 09:30-10:20; Ecological Responses to Past Climatic Changes, Maria Fernanda Sánchez-Goñi (Univ. Bordeaux 1) 10:30-11:20; Lessons from the Past: the Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum Crisis, Thierry Correge (Univ. Bordeaux 1) 11:40-12:30; The Impact of Vegetation Changes on Climate, Maria Fernanda Sánchez-Goñi (Univ. Bordeaux 1) 12:40-13:30; Tropical Climate Variability from the Chemical Analysis of Coral Skeletons, Thierry Correge (Univ. Bordeaux 1) 15:30-16:20; Molecular markers in Paleooceanography, JH Kim (NIOZ, The Netherlands) 16:30-18:00; Round table: Fossil Records of Climate Change, T Correge, JH Kim & MF Sánchez-Goñi (Chair) February 7 th TUESDAY: GLOBAL CLIMATE CRISIS (II) 09:30-10:20; Decadal Modulation of El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO), through Time, Thierry Correge (Univ. Bordeaux 1) 10:30-11:20; Mediterranean Sapropels: their Relation with African Monsoon, Jerome Bonnin (Univ. Bordeaux 1) 11:40-12:30; Satellite Oceanography and Climate Change, Carlos Garcia Soto (IEO Santander) 12:40-13:30; From Global Climate Models to Regional Climate Assessment, J Sáenz (Univ. Basque Country) 15:30-16:20; Coral Bleaching due to Pollution and Climate Change, Mathieu Poulicek (Univ Liege) 16:30-18:00; Round table: Challenges of Global Climate Change to Marine Life and Bioresources J Bonnin, J Sáenz, M Poulicek, C García Soto, T Correge (Chair) February 8 th WEDNESDAY: MARINE RESOURCES AND FISHERIES 09:30-10:20; Oceanography and Primary Production in the Bay of Biscay, Carlos García Soto (IEO Santander) 10:30-11:20; Marine Secondary Production in Biscay Bay, Unai Cotano (AZTI-Tecnalia) 11:40-12:30; Fisheries Management in the Bay of Biscay, Andrés Uriarte (AZTI-Tecnalia) 12:40-13:30; Fisheries and Climate Change Hilario Murua (AZTI-Tecnalia) 15:30-16:20; Modelling Animal Production in Aquaculture Systems: The case of rafted mussels, Enrique Navarro (Univ. Basque Country) 16:30-18:00; Round table: Future of Fisheries in Biscay Bay, U. Cotano, H Murua, E Navarro, C García Soto (Chair) February 9 th THURSDAY: CHALLENGES FOR BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION 09:30-10:20; Diversity of Diversities in Marine Sponges: a Hidden Challenge, Mikel Becerro (CSIC, Girona) 10:30-11:20; Coral Ecology and Conservation, Mathieu Poulicek (Univ Liege) 11:40-12:30; Parasites and Biodiversity in the Marine Environment Ana Pérez Del Olmo (Autonomous Univ Barcelona) 12:40-13:30; Antarctica. A Whole Continent for Biodiversity Conservation Iñaki Saiz Salinas (Univ. Basque Country) 15:30-16:20; Round table: Challenges for Biodiversity Conservation M Becerro, I Saiz Salinas, A Pérez, A Rallo, M Poulicek (Chair) 16:30-18:30: Practical Workshop: An Approach to Modelling in System Biology. A Rallo, A Antón (Univ. Basque Country) February 10 th FRIDAY: CLOSING SESSION 09:30-11:00; Workshop: Presentation of ongoing MER PhD Thesis Research projects MER JPB 11:00-11:30: Coffee-break 11:30-12:30; Closing lecture Radionuclides in the Marine Environment Peter Mitchell (University College Dublin) 12:30-13:30: Round table: Towards a Strategy for Basque Marine Science M Collins (Ikerbasque; Plentzia Mar. Station) 13:30-14:00; Closing ceremony MER JPB & V Zaragueta (Aquarium SS-FOG) 15:30-18:00; Open workshop: The perfect storm (2000; Wolfgang Petersen), cinema+discussion session: Marine Environment and Resources Revisited Eduardo Angulo (Univ. Basque Country), Ad Uriarte (AZTI-Tecnalia) MER JANUARY 31-FEBRUARY , AQUARIUM SS - FOG
5 MER European Master of Science in Marine Environment and Resources MER CONSORTIUM (SOTON, UPV/EHU, UBx 1, AZTI, OFG) - Ref. MO JOINT EUROPEAN POSTGRADUATE STUDIES - Mención de Calidad MEC Registration form RiMER Course 2012 (MER CONSORTIUM, UPV/EHU) Surname Name Tittle.. Postal address Postal code City/Town...Country Tln......Fax I wish to be elected for a grant: YES NO I need accommodation* in the student s residence: YES NO * Participants wishing to get accommodation in San Sebastian should fill in the corresponding application and send it by fax to the Aquarium SS, giving the reference of RiMER Course 2012 MER Master. SIGNATURE: PLACE AND DATE: For registration, participants should fill in this registration form and send it to MER SECRETARIAT before February 25 th 2012, together with a bank check (225 ) payable to RiMER2012, MER CONSORTIUM (UPV/EHU) or a copy of the bank document indicating that a bank transfer has been made to the bank: BILBAO BIZKAIA KUTXA BRANCH: 0260, UNIBERTSITATEA, LEIOA E LEIOA, BASQUE COUNTRY, SPAIN Account Number: TO BE CHANGED in January 2011, ASK INFORMATION BY TO For International transfers TO BE CHANGED in January 2011, ASK INFORMATION BY TO MER SECRETARIAT Dept of Zoology and Cell Biology Fac of Science and Technology, University of the Basque Country Leioa-Bizkaia, Basque Country (Spain) Tln: (34) Fax: (34)
6 MER European Master of Science in Marine Environment and Resources MER CONSORTIUM (SOTON, UPV/EHU, UBx 1, AZTI, OFG) - Ref. MO JOINT EUROPEAN POSTGRADUATE STUDIES - Mención de Calidad MEC Accommodation Application Form RiMER Course 2012 (MER CONSORTIUM, UPV/EHU) Surname.... Name..... Title... IDENTITY CARD/PASSPORT N.... Postal address Postal code City/Town...Country Telephone....Fax .. Arrival date:...departure date:.... SIGNATURE: PLACE AND DATE: ADDITIONAL REMARKS: Completed and signed, this form should be submitted to AQUARIUM SS, before January 25 th RiMER COURSE 2011 AQUARIUM SS Carlos Blasco de Imaz Plz Donostia San Sebastián, Basque Country (Spain) TlN. (34) Fax: (34)
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