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National Conference on MANGROVE WETLANDS AND NEAR SHORE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS - FROM SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES TO MANAGEMENT
National Conference
on
MANGROVE WETLANDS AND NEAR SHORE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS
- FROM SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES TO MANAGEMENT &
RESTORATION
5 th – 6 th MARCH 2012
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National Conference on MANGROVE WETLANDS AND NEAR SHORE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS - FROM SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES TO MANAGEMENT

ABOUT THE VENUE

National Conference on MANGROVE WETLANDS AND NEAR SHORE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS - FROM SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES TO MANAGEMENT

Jawaharlal Nehru University, also known as JNU, is located

in New Delhi, the capital of India. It is mainly a research oriented postgraduate University with approximately 5,500 students and faculty strength of around 550. The objective of the university is to promote research and teaching leading to the increasing engagement of its students and teachers in higher level academic work and national and international policy making. The 1000-acre campus, situated in Aravalli hill range, is covered with the lush green vegetation and abode for

wildlife and

birds.

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The JNU campus is a microcosm of the Indian nation,

drawing students from every nook and corner of the country and from every group and stratum of society. Overseas students form some 10 percent of the annual intake. Student's hostels and blocks of faculty residences are interspersed with one another, underlining the vision of a large Indian family. Several Centers in these Schools have been declared by the UGC (University grants commission, Govt. of India) to be Centers of 'Excellence'. These are Centre for Historical Studies, Centre for the Study of Social Systems, Centre for Political Studies, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Centre for the Study of Regional Development, School of Physical Sciences, School of Life Sciences and School of Environmental Sciences received the UGC recognition as Centers for Excellence. The School of Environmental Sciences (SES) was established in the year 1974. The School has diversified interest in various earth, atmospheric and biological processes. Linkages between ecological and social processes give an additional dimension to School's interest, making the work relevant. The academic programme of the School has been periodically reviewed, revised and updated, keeping in mind the need for sharper focusing, the available expertise at any given time.

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MANGROVE WETLANDS AND NEAR SHORE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS - FROM SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES TO MANAGEMENT & RESTORATION

National Conference on MANGROVE WETLANDS AND NEAR SHORE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS - FROM SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES TO MANAGEMENT
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School of Environmental Sciences, JNU Sponsored by:

Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India, UNDP, New Delhi Expected: DST, CSIR, MOEn and F

Accommodation Required: Yes No guest house/hotel Registration Fee DD No.: ……………….Dated: ……… ......... Place: Date: Signature
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Prof. AL. Ramanathan
Organized by
Completely filled Registration form
Abstract of the paper
Registration fee (via crossed DD)
Organizing Secretary
School of Environmental Sciences,
Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi-110 067, India
Ph: 011- 26704314 (O); 98106 89243 (Mob)
School of Environmental Sciences,
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
E mail:
alrjnu@gmail .com, alr0400@mail.jnu.ac.in
REGISTRATION CALL FOR PAPERS The Organizers cordially invites the scientists, researchers and students all over the
REGISTRATION
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Organizers cordially invites the scientists, researchers
and students all over the country to participate in the
National Conference on “Mangrove Wetlands and Near
Shore Marine Ecosystems- From Sustainability issues to
Management & Restoration” by contributing
papers/abstracts on the following scientific areas for
presentations and discussions thereafter.
The participants are requested to register by sending the duly
filled Registration form along with the abstract and registration
fee (through a crossed cheque or Demand Draft of any
Nationalized Bank, payable at New Delhi in favor of “The
Finance Officer, JNU”) on or before 20 th Feb. 2012 to the
organizing secretary at the address given over leaf .
Accommodation in guest houses will be on nominal cost and in
hotel as per their rate but advance payment will be required.
CONFERENCE THEMES
REGISTRATION FEE
Coastal Hydro-geochemistry and Hydrology, Coastal
Aquifers, Water pollution and impact of terrestrial
bodies , Agriculture and its role in coastal environment
University Delegate:
Rs.
1000/-
Industry Delegate:
Rs.
3000/-
Student Delegate:
Rs. 500/-
Sediment Geochemistry, Transport and depositional
environments, Dynamics of nutrient and trace metals
in coastal environment, Carbon burial and
sequestration, Organic Biogeochemistry, Paleoclimate
and sediments
Accompanying Member:
Rs. 700/-
*Fee includes registration material, tea, conference lunch and
dinner
IMPORTANT DATES
7 th
Feb 2012
Ecological aspects of coastal environment,
Mangroves, Tidal marshes and coral reef, Role of
microbes in coastal ecosystem processes, Changes in
coastal dune vegetation with special reference to
Deadline for submission of abstracts and
preliminary registration
10 th Feb 2012
Intimation of acceptance
20 th Feb 2012
change in salinity due to fresh water flow regime
modifications.
5 th - 6 th Mar 2012
Deadline for Final registration
(Submission of registration form, and
registration fee)
Conference Dates
Anthropogenic processes and impact on coastal
environment. Impact on livelihood options of coastal
RESEARCH PARTNERS (tentative)
people,
Social
issues
associated
with coastal
ecosytems
-NIDM, GOI, New Delhi
Use of geospatial techniques in assessing mangroves
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IUCN, Switzerland and New Delhi
and other coastal ecosystem
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UNDP, New Delhi
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IESWM, Kolkata
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ENVIS and OASTC cell, Annamalai University
ABSTRACTS
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MS Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai
Abstracts not exceeding 500 words on any of the above-
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DST, CSIR, MoEn & F, GOI
mentioned themes should be sent to the Organizing
Secretary on or before 7 th February 2012 electronically
(email to mangrove.jnu@gmail.com or in CD through post)
Acceptance will be communicated by 10 th February 2012.
Accepted abstracts will be published in the pre-conference
Abstract volume and will be available to the registered
delegates.
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CAS, Marine Biology, Annamalai University
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Geology Department, Anna University
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NIO, Goa
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NISCAR, New Delhi
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Marine Science Department, Goa University
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Marine sciences department, Bharathidasan University
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Marine geology and Marine sciences Dept., Pond. University
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Marine Science and Marine Biology Dept., CUSAT, Cochin
SUBMISSION OF FULL PAPER
Full manuscript should be submitted by 20 th April 2012
which will be published as a special proceeding. Selected
papers will be published in an International journal after
peer review process or in a edited book.
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CESS, Trivandrum
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SAC, Ahmadabad
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IOM, NCSCM, LOICZ, ENVIS, Anna University
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UNESCO, New Delhi
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Dept of Marine sci., University of Calcutta, Kolkata
Co-organizer
Co-organizer
Conference email :
Dr. S Sreekesh
Dr. M. Sundararajan
National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science &
Technology (NIIST), CSIR,
Thiruvananthapuram 695019, Kerala, INDIA.
Email: rajanmsundar77@yahoo.com
mangrove.jnu@gmail.com
Centre f or the St udy
of Regional D evelopment
Jawahar lal N ehru U ni versity,
Conference webpage :
New Delhi- 110 067, INDIA
Ph: 011-26704574(O)
https://sites.google.com/site/mangrove2012jnu/