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Workshop on the Sustainable Aspects of Marine Sciences in China and Indonesia
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BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVES

The Marine disciplines in Xiamen University (XMU) enjoy a long and profound history. Concerning papers were published in the world's top scientific journals “Science” back to the early of 1920s. In 1946, China’s first Department of Oceanography was founded in XMU. In 1995, MEL (Lab of Marine Environmental and Ecological Sciences) was founded by the State Education Commission, which was then promoted to the “State Key Lab of Marine Environmental Science”, supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) in 2005. In 1996, the College of Oceanography and Environmental Science was founded and then in 2011, the College of Ocean and Earth Sciences (COE) was established as part of XMU’s Faculty of Earth Science and Technology.

China-ASEAN College of Marine Sciences is sponsored by China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs with support from the China-ASEAN Maritime Cooperation Fund. Located on Xiamen University Malaysia, the College embodies the spirit of Mr. Tan Kah Kee and aims to facilitate cooperative relationships between China and ASEAN countries through higher education. It strives to become an internationally influential center for marine education, personnel training, scientific and technological innovation, and cooperation. Furthermore, it aspires to make outstanding contributions to the nation’s strategy toward building a 21st century “Maritime Silk Road”.

With the establishment of China–ASEAN College of Marine Science, XMU seeks more cooperation in marine science education and research with ASEAN countries, and organized a visit to Indonesia in April 2014. This workshop is a follow-up of the visit aiming for more in-depth knowledge sharing and exchanges, and chart for future cooperation with colleagues from Indonesia.

ORGANIZERS

· Xiamen University (XMU), China

· Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MoMAF), Indonesia

· Indonesian Institute of Science (LIPI), Indonesia

· Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia

· Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia

CONVENORS

· China–ASEAN College of Marine Sciences, Xiamen University

· State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science (MEL), Xiamen University

· College of Ocean and Earth Sciences (COE), Xiamen University

· College of the Environment and Ecology (CEE), Xiamen University

· Coastal and Ocean Management Institute (COMI), Xiamen University

THEMES

· Ocean and Climate Dynamics (including both physical and biogeochemical aspects)

· Coastal and Estuarine Processes (including physical and biogeochemical aspects)

· Marine Resources and Fishery

· Integrated and Sustainable Coastal Management (including blue carbon and socio-ecological system aspects)

DATE AND VENUE

· Date: Nov. 24th-25th, 2016

· Venue: Room A3-206, Zhou Long Quan Building, Xiamen University Xiang’an Campus, Xiang’an South Road, Xiamen 361102, Fujian Province, P. R. China

AGENDA

 

Day 1, Thursday, Nov.24th, 2016

Opening

Background and Objectives

Chair

Prof. Zhiyu Liu

09:00-09:10

Remarks by Prof. Minhan Dai (Director of Faculty of Earth Science and Technology, and of State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science, Xiamen University, China)

09:10-09:20

Remarks by Dr. Tukul Rameyo Adi (Director, Research Centre for Marine and Fisheries Socio-Economics, Agency for Marine and Fisheries Research and Development, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia)

Session I

Ocean and Climate Dynamics

Chairs

Prof. Zhiyu Liu/Prof. I Wayan Nurjaya

09:20-09:40

Dr. Weidong Yu (FIO, SOA): Ten years anniversary of China-Indonesia marine cooperation

09:40-10:00

Prof. Minhan Dai (XMU): Coastal carbon, ocean acidification and sustainability

10:00-10:20

Prof. Xiao-Hai Yan (XMU/UD): Frontiers of ocean remote sensing and climate dynamics applications

10:20-10:40

Dr. Agus Supangat (ITB): Building resilience through South-South cooperation

10:40-11:00

Coffee Break and Photos

11:00-11:20

Dr. Widodo Setiyo Pranowo (MoMAF): Indonesia-China potential research collaboration through the multilateral cooperation

11:20-11:40

Prof. Wenzhou Zhang (XMU): Impacts of typhoons on the Taiwan Strait

11:40-12:00

Salvienty Makarim (XMU/MoMAF): The ITF spreading in the Indian Ocean during the global warming slowdown

12:00-13:00

Lunch Break

Session II

Integrated and Sustainable Coastal Management

Chair

Prof. Benrong Peng/Dr. RameyoAdi

13:00-13:20

Prof. Benrong Peng (XMU): Measure the blue economy development of Fujian province, China

13:20-13:40

Prof. Yangfan Li (XMU): Putting China's reline policy and ecosystem services into coastal practice

13:40-14:00

Dr. Luky Adrianto (IPB): Valuing marine ecosystem services as a tools of ecosystem approach to fisheries management: some potential collaboration between Indonesia-China

14:00-15:00

Discussions on collaboration in marine science research

15:00-15:10

Coffee Break

Session III

Marine Resources and Fishery

Chairs

Prof. I-Hsun Ni/Dr. Dirhamsyah

15:10-15:30

Prof. Kejian Wang (XMU):New antimicrobial or immune-associated peptides identified in Scylla paramamosain and their immune effects

15:30-15:50

Prof. I-Hsun Ni (XMUM):Overview of conservation aspect of marine fisheries

15:50-16:10

Dr. Tukul Rameyo Adi (MoMAF): Bio-economics model for sustainable fisheries for Indonesia

16:10-16:30

Prof. Haipeng Liu (XMU): White spot syndrome virus entry into host cells

16:30-16:50

Dr. Yeap Swee Keong (XMUM): Microalgae as source of valuable products

16:50-17:10

Prof. Weiwei You (XMU):Potential cooperation between China and Indonesia on shellfish aquaculture

17:10-17:30

Discussion

Day 2, Friday, Nov.25th, 2016

Session IV

Coastal and Estuarine Processes

Chairs

Prof. Luky Adrianto/Prof. Peng Cheng

09:00-09:20

Prof. Peng Cheng (XMU):Modeling asymmetric-tidal-mixing-induced residual flow in a periodically stratified estuary

09:20-09:40

Prof. Guizhi Wang (XMU): Processes traced by radium isotopes: submarine groundwater discharge, river plume, and ocean mixing

09:40-10:00

Dr. Xin Liu (XMU): Phytoplankton community structure and biological pump in marginal seas

10:00-10:20

Dr. I Wayan Nurjaya (IPB): Dynamics of water masses within in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan

10:20-10:40

Dr. Dirhamsyah (LIPI): Development of marine sciences in supporting the national ocean fulcrum

10:40-10:50

Coffee Break

Session V

Discussion and Closing

Chairs

Prof. Minhan Dai/ Dr. Luky Adrianto

10:50-11:50

Discussions on collaboration in marine science education (including Prof. Mingru Chen’s introduction to educational programs of XMU and XMUM)

11:50-12:00

Closing remarks by Prof. Minhan Dai and Dr. Luky Adrianto