Workshop-Serie mit der Universität Göteborg

Themenspezifischer Fachaustausch mit Kurzvorträgen

Coastal Multi-Use:  Co-existance or Conflicts?

11:00 – 11:05 Welcome and introduction to the seminar, Moderator Nicole Schmidt (CAU)
11:05 – 11:20 Learnings from ecosystem-based marine management project with conflicts of interest, Madeleine Prutzer (UGOT)
11:20 – 11:30 Q&A session, Moderator
11:30 – 11:45 Conflicts, coexistence, complementarities: aquaculture-fisheries interactions in a Peruvian case study, Lotta Kluger (CAU)
11:45 – 11:55 Q&A session, Moderator
11:55 – 12:05 break
12:05 – 12:20 Land sea interactions from a physical planning perspective/Beyond multifunctionality in the marine space, Jessica Hjerpe Olausson and Karina Barquet (SEI, RISE)
12:20 – 12:30 Q&A session, Moderator
12:30 – 12:45 Drowned in mud - how a small place like the Ems estuary keeps so many people busy, Marius Becker (CAU)
12:45 – 12:55 Q&A session, Moderator
12:55-13:05 General discussion, Moderator

Aim of the workshop
Marine space is overall under increasing pressures from human activities, requiring an integrated approach to ocean management. This seminar will provide different perspectives from the research around co-existence and conflicts in the coastal zone.

Madeleine Prutzer is a researcher and senior advisor at the Swedish Institute for the Marine Environment, focusing on the environment communication and co-creative perspective in relation to ecosystem-based marine management.

 Lotta Kluger represents the team Food Security of the Center for Ocean and Society at Kiel Marine Science (KMS) at Kiel University, working on social-ecological sustainability and resilience of marine food production and value chains with a particular focus on small-scale fisheries and aquaculture.

Karina Barquet is a Senior Research Fellow and Lead for Stockholm Environment Institute Global Strategic Policy Engagement for the Ocean.
Karina’s research explores mechanisms for connecting landscape governance with infrastructure diversification as a way to increase resilience to extreme events and inform coastal and marine spatial planning. Key topics include integrated water and coastal governance, blue economy, nature-based solutions, disaster risk reduction, innovation for development, and the circular economy in the field of water and nutrient management.

Jessica Hjerpe Olausson, is a senior project manager at Rise with 20 years of experience in government work with marine and maritime issues and blue economy. Her current work focuses on supporting the public sector in working with climate adaptation in the coastal zone and the relationship between what is built off shore and coastal communities.

Marius Becker works as a senior scientist at CAU, Kiel University, in the field of coastal geology. His research is focused on the morphological evolution of the coast. His projects are to investigate sediment transport pathways and related physical processes, and how these are going to change in the future. Since his PhD at the MARUM, the Center for Marine Environmental Sciences at the University of Bremen, his favorite regions are estuaries.


Der seit Ende 2019 laufende regelmäßig Austausch zwischen Forschenden von Kiel Marine Science (KMS) und des Future Ocean Netzwerkes mit dem Center for Sea and Society der Universität Göteborg (UGOT) war so erfolgversprechend, dass eine Zusammenarbeit sukzessive intensiviert wurde. Seitdem besteht eine regelmäßige Workshopreihe zwischen beiden Universitäten. Beide Institutionen verfügen über Synergien und potenzielle Bereiche für gemeinsame Projekte in Forschung und Ausbildung. Auch die Vielzahl der Disziplinen, die an beiden Universitäten beteiligt sind, sowie die Ausrichtung auf trans- und interdisziplinäre Forschung sind Argumente für eine engere Verbindung.

In aller Kürze

  • Turnus: 2-monatlich, 2. Freitag im Monat
  • Uhrzeit: 11:00 Uhr bis 13:00 Uhr
  • Teilnahme: Mitglieder Kiel Marine Science (KMS), des Future Ocean Netzwerkes und Partnerinstitutionen
  • Kontakt: Nicole Schmidt, , Sinje Dübeler,
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