Presentation Recordings

Thursday, September 16

Welcoming address

Dr. Eva Sandberg-Kilpi, Docent
Dean, Faculty of Bioeconomy, Novia University of Applied Sciences

Dr. David R. Green
Chair of the International CoastGIS Committee
Director of the Aberdeen Institute for Coastal Science and Management, University of Aberdeen

Prof. Alf Norkko
Scientific Leader of Tvärminne Zoological Station
Professor of Baltic Sea Research, University of Helsinki

Session 1A: Coastal mapping and data

Rita Pombo et al.
Shoreline retreat management: mapping the impact of avoided coastal erosion and flooding due to the construction of a detached breakwater

David A. Hart et al.
Design and Evaluation of Coastal Web Atlases: Best Practices and Future Opportunities for Map Representation, Interaction, and Usability

Helena Åström
Big data opens new possibilities for coastal management

Ana Bio et al.
Assessing morphodynamics and vulnerability of a N-Portuguese coastal stretch in support of erosion risk management
(Recording unavailable. Please see the abstract book or contact Ana Bio directly.)


Session 1B: Conservation and mapping for management

David R. Green et al.
Aspects of Monitoring, Mapping, Modelling & Removing Beach Litter

Emily Hague et al.
Mapping the cumulative effects of human activities on marine mammals in UK waters: informing management, planning and conservation efforts

Gabriel Morice et al.
A methodological framework for mapping marine ecosystem services: first experiment in Dunkerque (France)

Henna Rinne et al.
Using conservation prioritization tool MARXAN to find key areas for marine biodiversity in Åland


Session 1C: Remote sensing

Andrus Meiner et al.
Copernicus land monitoring service for coastal zones

Freya M.E. Muir et al.
Dynamic Coast: Updating Scotland’s Understanding of Coastal Change

James M. Fitton et al.
Remotely sensed mapping of the intertidal zone: a Sentinel-2 and Google Earth Engine methodology

Ross O'Connell and Rebecca Furlong
An assessment of newly available Copernicus sea surface wave products for mapping wave energy in Irish and UK waters


Keynote Speech by Dr. Rodolphe Devillers

What to do when you don't have good coastal bathymetry?


Parallel Session 2

Session 2A: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)

Vincent Lecours et al.
Evaluating geospatial data needs for accurate temporal monitoring of coastal habitats in Florida, USA

Tanya S. Prystay et al.
Assessing the structural complexity of submerged aquatic vegetation: A comparison of estimates derived from small unmanned aerial aircrafts and snorkel transect surveys

David R. Green et al.
Monitoring, mapping and modelling the coast using UAVs
(Recording unavailable. Please see the abstract book or contact David R. Green directly.)


Session 2B: Species and habitats

Shreya Nemani et al.
Taxonomic and Functional Diversity of Coastal Benthic Assemblages in Placentia Bay, Newfoundland

Daniel Delago et al.
Investigating larval spillover from oyster aquaculture through geospatial Habitat Suitability Index modeling: A Damariscotta River case study

Norma Serra-Sogas et al.
Mapping whale-watching effort using AIS data in the Canadian Pacific Coast


Session 2C: Mapping and data

Robert M. Branton
Advancing Sustainable Coastal Planning through Effective Use of Open-Access Biodiversity Information Systems - Where getting names right always matters!

Shayla Fitzsimmons
FAIR Data in Support of Coastal GIS

Mackenzie Mills
Seafloor Modelling and Change Detection using Global Mapper


Workshop A: Helena Åström

Big data opens new possibilities for coastal management

In her SCALGO workshop, Dr. Åström introduces a new kind of planning tool for spatial assessments, based on three decades of research at Aarhus University, that allows the planner to dive into large elevation models seamlessly and interactively.


Workshop B: David R. Green, Romi Rancken, and Anette Bäck

UAVs for coastal monitoring, mapping and modelling

This workshop examines some of the current and future UAV, AUV, and USV technologies and sensors being used, for aerial and marine data collection, image processing, soft-copy photogrammetry, and AI tools and techniques for the collection, processing and extraction of information from UAV imagery. The session is illustrated with a number of example applications from Scotland, UK and Finland with an emphasis on off-the-shelf practical solutions. Some information sources are provided, together with some short example videos, the launch of a new SI on UAVs for Coastal Surveying, and a call for interest in collaborative funding.


Friday, September 17

Session 3A: Coastal societies and decision support

Mojtaba Barzehkar et al.
An integrated decision support system for the resilience assessment of eastern Baltic sea coasts

Laura Basconi et al.
Multiple marine and coastal ecosystem services assessment in the Adriatic Sea (Italy)

Ruslan Gunko et al.
Does local water quality affect people’s life quality? A case study in a coastal community
(Recording unavailable. Please see the abstract book or contact Ruslan Gunko directly.)


Session 3B: Marine/ maritime spatial planning (MSP)

Juliette Davret et al.
Critical overview of data portals supporting Marine Spatial Planning

Elina Ronkanen et al.
Maritime spatial plan 2030 for Finland

Natașa Văidianu et al.
Designing a Web-GIS platform for Marine Spatial Planning in Romanian Black Sea
(Recording unavailable. Please see the abstract book or contact Natașa Văidianu directly.)


Keynote Speech by Prof. Sheila JJ Heymans

Coastal planning needs for the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development

Keynote Speech by Prof. Sanna Kaasalainen

Maritime navigation and situational awareness
(Recording unavailable. Please contact Prof. Sanna Kaasalainen directly.)


Poster Session

Lauren Hintenlang et al.
Nadir and oblique imaging to observe intertidal oyster populations using UAS photogrammetry

Christian Koski et al.
Experiences from working with a collaborative GIS in maritime spatial planning

Claire Teillet et al.
Using remote sensing to assess the role of coastal ecosystems in the protection against erosion in the Caribbean

Freya M.E. Muir et al.
A methodology for real-time monitoring and prediction of coastal erosion


Session 4A: Tools for MSP and visualization

Magali Goncalves et al.
Will the MSP Challenge Simulation Platform be the Digital Twin of the Sea?

Anastasia Patera et al.
A WebGIS tool to support application of management scenarios in the framework of Marine Spatial Planning

Jack H. Raisanen
Destructive Flooding of Cultural Heritage: Our Future and New Normal? An Investigation of Vulnerabilities in Ekenäs Old Town


Session 4B: Remote sensing, modelling, and mapping

Stefan Heinänen et al.
The macrophyte story: What can macrophytes tell us about water quality?

Andy Stock
How does uneven spatiotemporal distribution of coastal in-situ measurements affect error estimates for supervised learning algorithms? A Baltic Sea remote sensing example
(Recording unavailable. Please see the abstract book or contact Andy Stock directly.)


Session 4C: Climate and coastal management

Patrick De Klerck et al.
Ecosystem-based Integrated Coastal Zone Adaptation and Management: synergies and added value in four European coastal regions

Jarbas Bonetti et al.
Sea-level rise impacts in sheltered coastal systems: a comprehensive GIS-based framework proposal for physical vulnerability assessments

David A. Hart
Enhancing the Wisconsin Coastal Atlas as a Resource to Support Adaptive Coastal Management



Banner photo: Ekenäs Old Town by Johan Ljungqvist for Visit Raseborg.