3rd Baltic Earth Conference
Jastarnia, Hel Peninsula, Poland
Earth system changes and Baltic Sea coasts
Baltic Earth strives to achieve an improvement Earth System understanding of the Baltic Sea region as the basis for sciencebased mangagement in the face of climatic, environmental and human impact in the region.
The conference covers the topics of baltic Earth, and in particular highlights the Baltic Earth Grand Challanges, as defined by the Baltic Earth Science Plan, and the topics treated by the BEAR (Baltic Earth Assessment Reports). The grand topic of the conference "Earth system changes Baltic Sea coasts" refers to the manifold aspects of the changing Earth system of the Baltic Sea region, in the atmosphere, on land and in the sea.
The sessions reflect the Baltic Earth Grand Challenges and BEAR topics:
Land-Sea-Atmosphere biochemical feedbacks
Natural hazards and high impact events
Sea level dynamics, coastal morphology and erosion
Regional variability of water and energy exchanges
Multiple drivers of regional Earth system changes
Regional climate system modelling
Climate change and its impacts in the Baltic Sea region
New climate observation systems
The conference is also intended as discussion forum for scientists, managers and other stakeholders.