Littoral 2004: Delivering Sustainable Coasts: Connecting Science and Policy (Littoral 2004)

Venue: Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC)

Location: Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 20, 2004 End Date/Time: Sep 22, 2004
Registration Date: Sep 20, 2004
Early Registration Date: Jun 30, 2004
Abstract Submission Date: Feb 20, 2004
Paper Submission Date: May 27, 2004
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Littoral 2004 is the second joint conference between EUROCOAST and the EUCC-The Coastal Union and will be held in Aberdeen, Scotland at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC). Littoral is supported by CoastNET, the UK's national coastal network.

Aberdeen is an ideal location for Littoral 2004 with a long coastal and maritime history, most notably the fishing industry and more recently as the Oil capital of Europe. Today coastal and marine research is a major activity of universities, research institutions, companies, consultancies and government agencies located both in and around Aberdeen City. The North East of Scotland is also fortunate in having some of the most beautiful and dynamic coastlines and beaches in Europe, a unique coastal heritage trail through the history of fishing and oil, as well as several maritime museums, harbours, and estuarine wildlife habitat. Inland Aberdeen is also blessed with being in close proximity to the beautiful landscapes of Royal Deeside and Balmoral Castle, castle country, golf courses, and the whisky trail providing an opportunity for sightseeing to enjoy the fresh air and scenery of Scotland.

We hope that you will join us in September 2004 for what promises to be a very rewarding experience and take this opportunity now to welcome you to Aberdeen.

David R. Green - Chair of Littoral 2004 Organising Committee,
University of Aberdeen, College of Physical Sciences, Centre for Marine & Coastal Zone Management


Additional Information

For more information on the programme and registration visit the conference web site Deadline for abstract submission is 20th February 2004