NCKdays 2015

The NCK days 2015, with over 100 attendees, were a great success! The quality of the presentations and posters was high and we would like to thank all speakers and people with poster presentations for their contribution. The book of abstracts is now available for download. Also thanks to Rijkswaterstaat, for organising this edition of the NCK days! 

In addition to the the presentations and poster sessions, the traditional Icebreaker, the excursion and a dinner were part of the programme. The Icebreaker included an evening walk to Netherlands' highest coastal dune and we visited the Hondsbossche and Pettemer Sea Defence on Thursday afternoon. The Hondbossche and Pettemer Sea Defence had just been strengthened with an enormeous nourishment. It was nice to see the end result!

EGU 2015

The General Assembly 2015 of the European Geosciences Union, will take place on 12-17 April 2015, in Vienna (Austria).

As part of the Ocean Sciences Programme, Session Group OS2: Coastal Oceans, Semi-enclosed and Marginal Seas, we are organising the Open session on Coastal and Shelf Seas (OS2.1). More information can be found in the 'upcoming events' section of this website.

Abstract submission deadline is January 7, 2015, 13:00 CET by electronic submission only through the meeting website.

 

thumb zeekraal op balgzandThe NCK days of 2014 were a succes. We would like to thank all speakers and people with poster presentations for their contribution. Considering all the high marks that have been awarded by the audience, we may conclude that the standard was very high!

Also, we would like to give our compliments to the organising committee of UNESCO-IHE for the smooth organisation. Well done, Mick van der Wegen, Shahrizal Bin Ab Razak, Leo Sembiring, Ewout Heeringa and Martine Roebroeks.

The book of abstracts is now available via this link.

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