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ELOISE - European Land-Ocean Interaction Studies
ELOISE OPEN SCIENCE MEETING
GOAL AND SCOPE OF THE MEETING
The European Land-Ocean Interactions Studies (ELOISE) project cluster is the largest concerted effort in coastal zone science in the world. It consists of 29 projects sponsored by the European Commission within its programmes Marine Science and Technology (MAST) and Environment and Climate. The major aim of ELOISE is fundamental research on land-ocean interactions within different disciplines, including socio-economics, and to provide a forum for discussion between the different fundamental sciences and their users in society.
Conference proceedings will be published as a special issue of the Nearshore and Coastal Oceanography series of Continental Shelf Research (Elsevier) following a peer review process.
LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Prof. Dr. Carlo Heip
Mrs. Elly de Bruijn
Netherlands Institute of Ecology
Dr. Hartmut Barth (DG XII, Brussels, Belgium)
The 3rd ELOISE Open Science Meeting is sponsored by DG XII of the European Commission, the LOICZ Programme, the Netherlands Institute of Ecology, and the IGBP/WCRP Committee of the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences.
ELOISE PROJECT MEETINGS
Coordinators of ELOISE projects might want to organise their own project meeting before or after the Open Science Meeting. Those who want to use this opportunity are advised to contact the Leeuwenhorst congress centre as soon as possible in order to make reservations of accommodation and meeting facilities.