July 29– August 2, 2013. Palermo, Italy
Final Programme
10:00–19:00 Arrival and registration at the Reception of Hotel Athenaeum, Palermo Conference opening
08:30–08:40 Welcome address by Tamas Komives, President of ECyS Opening of the conference by Roberto Lagalla, Rector of the Plenary Session Chair: TN & JGR
Soil quality and nitrate percolation as affected by the horticultural and arable field conditions of organic and conventional agriculture Sunlight–driven degradation of synthetic steroid estrogen in natural 10:00–10:30 Organotins– a threat for the marine environment 10:45–11:15 Sustainable energy management based sustainable communities 11:15–11:45 Domesticated of algae as the future major carbon dioxide sequesterer 12:00–12:30 Chemical weapons on the bottom of the Baltic Sea 14:30–15:00 Aquaponics – a perfect ecological cycle 15:00–15:30 Soil geography and diversity of the European biogeographical regions Impact of ship emission on atmospheric chemistry, climate and nutrient Reduction of environmental pollution and waste management: 16:15–16:45 Conversion of sewage sludge to activated carbon– effectiveness and Separation and determination of the amino acid and biogenic amine 17:00–17:30 content of wine by ion–exchange column chromatography applying Selective response of Ricinus communis seedlings to soil borne Session 1 Ecological Cycles and Natural Resource Management Chair: GB & ML
09:00–09:30 Energy security and the environment in Poland Biogeochemical cycling of heavy metals in oceans, brackish water and 10:00–10:30 Ecological effects of a geo–engineered oxygenation of a Swedish fjord 10:45–11:15 Accelerated production of barites, gold, tantalite, iron ore Environmental impact of exploration and production of mineral Natural resources and ecosystems. Sustaining, saving and managing 12:00–12:30 natural and artificial ecosystems. Ecological, economical and 12:30–13:00 The possible use of local energy sources Do we need monitoring of visitor flows in protected areas? Experiences 14:30–15:00 Educating environmental awareness The complex system of micro–regional production and supply of Sustainable Farming, Aquaponics, Urban Agriculture and Production of Bioenergy
Session 2 Chair: JEM & POT
09:00–09:30 BrickBorn–farming – A concept for vertical farming in urban areas Sustainable kinds of tourism: rural tourism, agritourism or farm tourism 09:30–10:00 as a possibility to diversify the income in rural areas or farmers in Pedogenic carbonates and carbon pools in gypsiferous soils of a semiarid Mediterranean environment in south Italy 10:45–11:15 Viticulture in extreme environments Climate change impacts on the implementation and performance of 12:00–12:30 Milk and milk products in the nutrition. Some new results 12:30–13:00 Aquaponics– efficient systems using African catfish Comparison of the energy content and yield of different bioenergy crops
The objectives of improving crop quality in viticulture: breeding for
Comparative analysis of soil productivity parameters and livelihood in West Shewa and South Wollo, Central Ethiopian Highlands 15:45–16:15 Non–destructive methods to characterize grapevine ripening Urban agriculture: possibilities and limitations for ecological Session 3
Invasive Species and Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) Chair: MJ & LEE
The ragweed problem and global warming. Possible methods of The GMO–problem. Is the introduction of GMO–s a solution or 10:00–10:30 Climate changes enhance invasive weeds in Israel Biomass, seed and pollen production decreasing effect of mechanical control on common ragweed (Amrosia artemisifolia) 11:15–11:45 Mitigating gene flow from transgenic crops Sustainable water use in viticulture: a tool for reduced environmental 12:30–13:00 The acceptance of GMOs in EU and other countries Food preference experiments with three collembolan species on Bt and 14:15–14:30 Bumblebees as potential indicators of landscape diversity Session 4 Regional and rural development and urban planning Chair: LD & IR
09:00–09:30 The socio–economic model of sustainable micro regions The multiple roles of regional museums in preservation of cultural 09:30–10:00 heritage and provision of expertise in local and regional development Introduction to anthropogenic geomorphology (Case study: surface 10:00–10:30 extraction and raw material production as human geomorphological Creating holistic development plans: Reforestation, biofuel and culture, Conflict management and regional development in former industrial areas struggling with high level unemployment and social problems Assessment and conditions of re–use of former industrial environments 12:00–12:30 taking into account the preservation of their valuable cultural heritage in development projects
The future of renewable energy sources (RES) in the context of energy
Regional tourism development management and human resources– the Hungarian answer
The role of social marketing and communication in rural development
14:30–15:00 projects where modifications of paradigms may be necessary due to public resistance against changes for a better environment Session 5 Environmental pollutants, protection and management Chair: WG & IC
09:00–09:30 Methods for detecting synthetic steroid estrogens in natural waters 09:30–10:00 Advanced wastewater treatment and recycling facilities Cycles of metals in soil, water and air. Heavy metal contamination of soils, excess nutrient toxicity. Remediation methods. Oil spills in the Baltic Sea in different periods: "Stuttgart– 1943; Globi Asimii– 1981; Baltic Carrier– 2001 and MV Fu Shan Hai– 2003 11:15–11:45 Harbour sediment geochemistry 12:00–12:30 Sediment as a tool in environmental monitoring 12:30–13:00 Phytoremediation of heavy metal polluted soils Geochemical distribution and partitioning of heavy metals in surface sediments of the River Odra mouth, Poland/Germany" Contemporary contaminants: PBDEs (polybrominated diphenyl ethers) Local, regional and transboundary sources of air pollution in the urbanized coastal region of the Baltic Sea The potential risk of the Lake Wigry contamination and possible prevention (Wigry National Park, NE Poland) Natural, reconstructed and constructed wetlands, wetlands as biological 16:15–16:45 filters, the regeneration of wetland vegetation and preservation/increase Session 6 Waste Management Chair: JS & LK
Good and bad practices of waste management: some examples from 09:00–09:30 Sweden, Germany, USA, India and the Philippines. The viability of 09:30–10:00 Biofilm colonization on polypropylen fiber and waste water treatment 10:00–10:30 Safe preservation of radioactive waste Causes and environmental consequences of the red mud catastrophe in Waste management in a high–tech society troubled by high population 12:00–12:30 Dangerous chemical waste management practices in Europe Legal issues of liquid waste management and the re–use of biologically cleaned waste water. Current EU–legislation Session 7 Innovative approaches Chair: GM & TGK
Spatial development of lake Balaton, Hungary: the Lake Balaton Act, a 09:00–09:30 strategy for ecologically particularly sensitive areas such as shallow Upgrading of urban organic waste to plant nutrients through energy 10:00–10:30 Importance of precision farming in improving the environment District heating based on biomass and other renewable energy sources: case studies from Hungary, Germany and Sweden 11:15–11:45 Ley grass and intermediate crops as biogas substrates Corporate social responsibility as a potential tool for socio–economic development in central and Eastern Europe
How to overcome legal obstacles to sustainable development in
Hungarian agriculture and energy policies The income–controlling generating capacity of the vegetable forcing 14:30–15:00 Kinetic methods of waste water analysis Session 8 Modelling Chair: TIK & IT
“Functional Facies” for 3D modelling of contaminant mobility and 09:00–09:30 water management alternatives (Gothenburg and Niger Delta A theoretical approach to the new philosophy of urban planning in 09:30–10:00 East–Germany– theoretical and empirical researches in urban Adaptation of dynamic simulation in the reconstruction of a wastewater 10:45–11:15 Game theory in environmental sciences 11:15–11:45 The socio economic model of sustainable micro regions Simulation of the influence of industrial wastewater on a municipal Variametric analysis: a new method in the study of diversity and unpredictability in the biological world Simulation model for estimating risk of uncertainty on return on investments of public investments Sustainable socio–economic models of micro regions from the 14:30–15:00 wiewpoint of demographic structures Field trip
08:30–18:00 Visiting the Cantine Florio and salt farms (Marsala) 18:00–21:00 Finishing the conference, goodbye party Lecturers/teachers of the ERASMUS programme and the First European Ecocycles Conference
76. Stevens, Rodney (RS) 77. Stigh, Jimmy (JS)

Source: http://www.ecocycles.eu/Palermo2013/1stEEC-Palermo-FinalPrgm.pdf

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