The conference theme is “Shaping the Future of our Coasts”, and we invite scientists and practitioners from all over the world to contribute their insights and research results of how nature and humans are shaping our coasts, now and in the future.
The conference will feature a special one-day session on July 1 about the Sand Motor, a large-scale nourishment on the Delfland coast in The Netherlands. After 10 years of research we present the results during Coastal Dynamics.
The Coastal Dynamics conference series advances the community’s understanding of coastal processes, engineering and management, spanning a variety of scales and environments including sandy, rocky and muddy coasts, inlets and estuaries.
We expect around 250 participants from all over the world. Participants are invited to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentation on the following topics (indicate two on your abstract).
- Coastal hydrodynamics (waves, tides and surges)
- Coastal sediment transport (subaqueous and aeolian)
- Estuarine processes, fine sediments and vegetation
- Foreshore, beach and dune morphodynamics
- Coastal observations and monitoring
- Coastal management and risk assessments
- Coastal nourishments and interventions
- Long-term coastal change
- Coasts and climate change
- Nature-based solutions