SedNet conference 2021

In collaboration with I2SM
Event Agenda

Day 1 :

06/29/2021
08:00
08:00 - 08:05
M. Eisma - Welcome to SedNet and I2SM conferences, Lille 2021
MarcEisma (SedNet / Port of Rotterdam, NL)
08:05 - 08:10
N.E. Abriak - Welcome to I2SM and SedNet conferences, Lille 2021
Nor-EdineAbriak (I2SM, France)
08:10 - 08:15
A. Schmitt - Welcome to SedNet and I2SM conferences, by General Director of IMT Lille Douai, President of ECOSED 4.0
AlainSchmitt (I2SM – IMT, France)
08:15 - 08:25
P. Charbonnier & P. Pannet - Welcome to SedNet and I2SM conferences, by BRGM
PatrickCharbonnier (BRGM)
08:25 - 08:35
M. Eisma - SedNet – the European Sediment Network
A presentation of the SedNet network, its objectives and activities, by the SedNet President
MarcEisma (SedNet / Port of Rotterdam, NL)
08:35 - 08:47
B. Lemière - SedNet, introduction to the 2021 Conference programme
BrunoLemière (BRGM)
08:45 - 09:05
R. Zentar & M. Benzerzour - I2SM 2021, introduction to the Conference programme
09:05
09:05 - 09:35
W. Coulet - Exploring opportunities and challenges during 10 years of sediment management
WilliamCoulet (Exo Environmental Ltd)
09:35 - 10:05
E. Maire - Circular Economy Action Plan for a Cleaner and More Competitive Europe
Keynote presentation by Mrs Emmanuelle Maire, European Commission, Directorate-General for Environment, Head of Unit B1 – Sustainable Production, Products and Consumption
EmmanuelleMaire (European Commission, Directorate-General for Environment)
10:30
10:30 - 11:30
Lunchbreak
10:30 - 11:30
Lunchbreak
11:30
11:30 - 11:40
Welcome and introduction - session chair
SusanneHeise (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany)ElenaRomano (ISPRA, Italy)
11:30 - 11:35
Welcome and introduction to the Circular Economy session - session chair
Introduction of the Circular Economy session theme and speakers
JuliaGebert (Delft University of Technology, NL)BrunoLemière (BRGM)ArjanWijdeveld (Deltares, NL)
11:35 - 12:00
L. Sittoni - Keynote presentation
Beneficial Sediment Use and Nature-Based Solutions: opportunities for sustainable and circular developments
LucaSittoni (Ecoshape / Deltares, NL)
11:40 - 12:00
I. Carls & J. Sprenger - Keynote presentation:
Disproportionate or unavoidable - which costs are reasonable? - Socio-economic approach to find and finance the most cost-effective combination of measures in the international Elbe river basin
IlkaCarls (Ministry of Environment, Climate, Energy and Agriculture, Germany)JudithSprenger (Hamburg Port Authority, Germany)
12:00
12:00 - 12:15
E. Besseling - Assessing circularity of inland dredging activities
A new tool for the Dutch Water Authorities to pave the way towards a circular economy of dredged sediments
EldertBesseling (NETICS - unlocking the value of sediment - NL)
12:00 - 12:15
E. Van Keer - First Flemish Sediment Management Concept of the River Basin Districts of Scheldt & Meuse
2022-2027
EdwardVan Keer (Department of Mobility & Infrastructure, Flemish Administration, Belgium)
12:15 - 12:30
M. Henry - Recycling of river sediments to produce raw materials for construction sector
Upscaling of mineral processing techniques to supply a large batch of sediment
MathieuHenry (Centre Terre et Pierre, Belgium)
12:15 - 12:30
M. Kondolf - Acknowledging the Fragility of Sediment-Starved Deltas
MathiasKondolf (University of California Berkeley, USA)
12:30 - 12:45
Break
12:30 - 12:45
Break
12:45 - 13:00
B. Lemière - On-site analyses as a decision support tool for dredging and sustainable sediment management
This talk was not given but is available as a replay. You may exchange with the speaker at the Circular Economy networking table on Friday afternoon, before or after the closing session, or later, by e-mail.
BrunoLemière (BRGM)
12:45 - 13:00
D. Dedecker - Reuse of sediments – Policy framework in Flanders
DirkDedecker (OVAM - Public Waste Agency of Flanders, Belgium)
13:00
13:00 - 13:18
M. Castellote - Morphological changes and organic´s removal by electrokinetic remediation of a dredged marine sediment
MartaCastellote (Institute of Construction Science Eduardo Torroja (IETcc-CSIC), Spain)
13:00 - 13:15
W. Clymans - Exploring the remediation of contaminated sediments
WimClymans (VITO, Flemish Institute for Technological Research, Belgium)
13:15 - 13:30
Y. Ohlsson - Focus on Contaminated Sediment Management in Sweden
YvonneOhlsson (Swedish Geotechnical Institute, Sweden)
13:18 - 13:33
C. Macci - Recovery and environmental recycling of sediments: CNR-IRET Pisa experience
CristinaMacci (CNR-IRET, Italy)
13:30 - 13:45
Break
13:30 - 13:45
Break
13:33 - 13:45
Break
13:45 - 14:00
E. Stern - Mass stabilization processing of impounded sediments in dam removals promoting ecological river restoration and upland beneficial use
EricStern (Tipping Point Resources Group, LLC, USA)
13:45 - 14:00
O. Bour - Prioritization of valorization scenarios for sediment deposits management – VALSE project
OlivierBour (Ineris, France)
14:00
14:00 - 14:15
D. Gorteman - Intensive historical evaluation and sampling campaigns to validate potential sediment contamination hotspots related with (former) risk activities
DorienGorteman (Arcadis, Belgium)
14:00 - 14:15
J. Harrington - Economic Modelling and Assessment of the Economic Benefits of Beneficial Use of Dredged Sediment
JoeHarrington (Munster Technological University, Ireland)
14:15 - 14:30
P. Spadaro - Cleanup of Rivers and Harbors: The Uncertain Promise of Circular Economy
PhilipSpadaro (TIG Environmental, USA)
14:15 - 14:30
S. Apitz - Assessing Sediment Status in Europe: Frameworks, Standards and Approaches, an Expanded Review
SabineApitz (SEA Environmental Decisions Ltd., UK)
14:30 - 14:45
Break
14:30 - 14:45
Break
14:45 - 15:00
S. Faetsch - Comparing conventional and integrated sediment-quality assessment of three North Sea region waterways
SonjaFaetsch (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
14:45 - 15:00
S. Niewerth - Horizontal permeable reactive Barriers for contaminated Sediments in marine Environments
StefanNiewerth (HUESKER Synthetic GmbH, Germany)
15:00
15:00 - 15:15
C. Mason - Action Level Review for dredge material management
ClaireMason (Cefas, UK)
15:00 - 15:15
S. Nin - Developing pattern in Prunus laurocerasus grown on sediment enriched substrates
StefaniaNin (CREA, Research Centre for Vegetables and Ornamental Crops, Italy)
15:15 - 15:18
Posterflashes
The applicability of river sediment for the production of clay bricks
VilmaDucman (Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, Slovenia)
15:15 - 15:18
Posterflashes
Towards electrochemical measurements in the field of labile Cu, Pb and Zn in sedimentary particles
GabrielBillon (University Lille, France)
15:18 - 15:21
Posterflashes
Calcined clays from dredging as cement constituent – impact of fluvial sediments from the Scheldt basin (Belgium, France) on composite cement hydration
RubenSnellings (VITO, Belgium)
15:18 - 15:21
Posterflashes
Integration of the erosion and sediment transport model WaTEM/SeDEM in the nutrient emission model NEMO used to support river nutrient management in Flanders
DaanRenders (Fluves, Belgium)
15:21 - 15:24
Posterflashes
GEOWALL® technology as the key for unlocking the value of dredged sediments by reuse in civil structures and infrastructure
HugoEkkelenkamp (NETICS - The Sediment Engineers, NL)
15:21 - 15:24
Posterflashes
Impact of organic matter on rheological behavior of fine-grained sediment
AhmadShakeel (Delft University of Technology, NL)
15:24 - 15:27
Posterflashes
Assessment of the chemical quality of sediments in the maritime port of Réunion
JulieDroit (Cerema, France)
15:24 - 15:27
Posterflashes
Reactivity of calcined river sediments
KatjaTraven (Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, Slovenia)
15:30 - 15:45
Break
15:30 - 15:45
Break
15:45 - 15:48
Posterflashes
Remediation of contaminated sediments by mineral additives and thermal processing
AgnieszkaBaran (University of Agriculture in Krakow, Poland)
15:45 - 15:48
Posterflashes
Rare earth elements detection in dredging sediments: ICP-MS versus pXRF
GabrielBillon (University Lille, France)
15:48 - 15:51
Posterflashes
Novel washing agents for efficient sediment remediation; selection, comparison and optimization study
AnaRobba (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
15:48 - 15:51
Posterflashes
A molecular dynamics study about water adsorption in expansive clays
WenlongChen (Cranfield University, UK)
15:51 - 15:54
Posterflashes
Controls on the effect of organic matter decay on sediment rheological properties
FlorianZander (Delft University of Technology, NL)

Day 2 :

06/30/2021
07:00
07:00 - 07:10
Welcome and introduction - session chair
SusanneHeise (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany)ElenaRomano (ISPRA, Italy)
07:00 - 07:10
Welcome and introduction - session chair
JuliaGebert (Delft University of Technology, NL)ArjanWijdeveld (Deltares, NL)
07:10 - 07:30
I. Carls - The Sediment Quality Index - Integrative classification and assessment system
IlkaCarls (Ministry of Environment, Climate, Energy and Agriculture, Germany)
07:10 - 07:30
S. Apitz - Keynote presentation:
Sustainability Conceptual Site Model (SustCSM) and the Project Cycle: Linking Management, Restoration, Re-Use and Resilience in a Changing World
SabineApitz (SEA Environmental Decisions Ltd., UK)
07:30 - 07:45
L. Ferrans - Dredged sediments as a plant-growing substrate: Potential source of nutrients
LauraFerrans (Linnaeus university)
07:30 - 07:45
U. Hentschke - Statistical procedures for checking compliance with rules of conformity in the course of disposal of dredged material in the German Bight
UweHentschke (Federal Institute of Hydrology, Germany)
07:45 - 08:00
A. Wijdeveld - Use of rare earth elements and optical cable to quantify the sedimentation from different sediment sources in Port of Rotterdam
ArjanWijdeveld (Deltares, NL)
07:45 - 08:15
Discussion
08:00
08:00 - 08:15
Break
08:15 - 08:30
Break
08:15 - 08:30
S. Gobeyn - Development of a software tool to analyse the effect of soil management scenarios on soil erosion and sediment transport in Flanders
SachaGobeyn (Fluves, Belgium)
08:30 - 08:45
A. K. Dahlberg - A large-scale laboratory column experiment to evaluate the effectiveness of capping fiberbank sediments in reducing contaminant transport
Anna-KarinDahlberg (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden)
08:30 - 08:45
Welcome and introduction - session chair
KatherineCronin (Deltares, NL)
08:45 - 09:00
E. Van Malderen - Cross-border sediment relocation pilot to prevent sediment disbalance in the Scheldt estuary
ElineVan Malderen (Department of Mobitlity and Public Works, Flemish Goverment)
08:45 - 09:00
L. Dobrev - Comparative analysis of radionuclide and potentially toxic element accumulation in sediments from the Northern Bulgarian Black Sea coast
LyubenDobrev (Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)
09:00
09:00 - 09:15
Break
09:00 - 09:15
THIS PRESENTATION HAS BEEN CANCELLED, HAVE A BREAK INTEAD.
Unfortunately the presentation "E. Masson - Sediment accumulation and national heritage: the Chantilly case study" has been cancelled.
09:15 - 09:30
A. Kirichek - Testing water injection dredging for regular port maintenance
AlexKirichek (Delft University of Technology / Deltares, NL)
09:15 - 09:30
M. Mora - Spatiotemporal characterization and evaluation of petroleum hydrocarbons in small craft harbour sediments in Nova Scotia, Canada
MyriamMora (Dalhousie University, Canada)
09:30 - 10:00
Discussion
09:30 - 09:45
P. Ondruch - Age dating of recent tidal sediments by means of Cesium 137 and micropollutants
PavelOndruch (Federal Institute for Hydrology, Germany)
09:45 - 10:00
THIS PRESENTATION HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Unfortunately the presentation "Historical trends of the heavy metals in the marine sediments from southern part of the Adriatic Sea coastal area" has been cancelled.
10:00
10:00 - 11:00
Lunchbreak
10:00 - 11:00
Lunchbreak
11:00
11:00 - 11:03
Posterflashes
Original, rapid and in situ colorimetric method for Acid Volatile Sulfide determination in sediment using a smartphone camera
LudovicLesven (Université Lille 1, France)
11:00 - 11:05
Welcome and introduction - session chair
EdwardVan Keer (Department of Mobility & Infrastructure, Flemish Administration, Belgium)
11:03 - 11:06
Posterflashes
Demonstrate and evaluate innovative sediment reuse solutions for flood and erosion protection - XRF quick scan of sediment composition
ValérieLaperche (BRGM, France)
11:05 - 11:24
B. De Maerschalck - 10 years of experience with a new disposal strategy in the Westerschelde:
a multi-criteria decision making ride, bumpy but moving forward
BartDe Maerschalck (Flemish Hydraulics Research, Belgium)
11:06 - 11:09
Posterflashes
Fluid mud monitoring using optical fibers combined with DAS and DTS
MennoBuisman (Delft University of Technology / Port of Rotterdam Authority, NL)
11:09 - 11:12
Posterflashes
Ba concentrations and availability in floodplain sediments
ValérieCappuyns (KU Leuven, Belgium)
11:12 - 11:15
Posterflashes
Using of growing medium based on bottom sediment as a source of nutrients and an agent for improving soil properties
AgnieszkaBaran (University of Agriculture in Krakow, Poland)
11:15 - 11:20
Shortbreak
11:24 - 11:39
M. De Beukelaer-Dossche - Scheldt Sediment based groyne project Fort Sint Filips:
modelling, construction and monitoring
MichaëlDe Beukelaer-Dossche (Flemish Waterways plc, Belgium)
11:39 - 11:54
H. Stein - Annual dynamics of river bed clogging in a second order stream forms hyporheic community patterns
HeideStein (University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany)
11:50 - 12:05
Break
11:54 - 12:05
Break
12:05
12:05 - 12:20
J. Van Belzen - Double dykes and transitional polders as ecosystem-based solution in the Dutch southwestern delta
JimVan Belzen (NIOZ, NL)
12:05 - 12:15
Welcome and introduction - session chair
JosBrils (Deltares, NL)
12:15 - 12:35
M. Pellegrini - Keynote presentation:
Sustainable sediment management in coastal infrastructures through the innovative ejectors plant technology
MarcoPellegrini (University of Bologna, Italy)
12:20 - 12:35
M. Barciela Rial - Desalination of dredged sediments for circular reuse: two Eems-Dollard cases
MariaBarciela Rial (HAN University of Applied Sciences, NL)
12:35 - 12:50
M. de Lucas Pardo & R. De Sutter - Bio-Engineering for Sediment Management And Removal of Turbidity Technologies:
introduction, need, and research - implementation gap
Miguelde Lucas Pardo (Deltares, NL)RenaatDe Sutter (Haedes, Belgium)
12:35 - 12:50
T. Praamstra - Reactive mat on river bed catches groundwater contaminants and replaces sediment
TobiasPraamstra (TAUW, NL)
12:50 - 13:05
Break
12:50 - 13:05
F. Humbatov - Determination of radionuclides and elements‘ concentration in bottom sediment samples taken from the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian Sea
FamilHumbatov (Institute of Radiation Problems, ANAS / University of Architecture and Construction, Azerbaijan)
13:05
13:05 - 13:20
Break: A PRESENTATION HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Unfortunately the session by Katherine Cronin "Water Injection Dredging for Innovative Sediment Management" has been cancelled.
13:05 - 13:35
Discussion
13:35 - 13:38
Posterflashes
Distribution of Heavy Metals in Core Sediment at the Montenegrian coast
DanijelaJoksimović (University of Montenegro)
13:38 - 13:41
Posterflashes
Multiple Stress Factors affecting Sediments in the Estuaries of Elbe and Odra
SafiaEl Toum (Hamburg University of Applied Science, Germany)
13:41 - 14:00
Discussion
13:41 - 13:44
Posterflashes
Quality assessment in wild strawberry fruit and basil leaf from plants cultivated on dredged remediated sediment (LIFE SUBSED 17 ENV/IT/000347)
StefaniaNin (CREA, Research Centre for Vegetables and Ornamental Crops, Italy)

Day 3 :

07/01/2021
12:00
12:00 - 12:10
SURICATES pilot Port of Rotterdam - overview
A large size pilot on the beneficial application of dredged sediments relocation, by the Interreg project SURICATES.
12:10 - 12:15
Dredging works on the Caledonian Canal
Dredging activities at a pilot site of the Interreg project SURICATES.
12:15 - 12:30
Reuse of dredged canal sediments at Laggan
A medium size pilot on the beneficial application of dredged sediments, by the Interreg project SURICATES.
12:30 - 12:35
USAR - Brightlingsea Harbour 1
A presentation of beneficial use options followed by the USAR InterReg project at the Brightlingsea Harbour, UK
WilliamCoulet (Exo Environmental Ltd)
12:35 - 12:45
USAR - Brightlingsea Harbour 2
Implementation of beneficial use options by the USAR InterReg project at the Brightlingsea Harbour, UK
WilliamCoulet (Exo Environmental Ltd)
12:45 - 13:00
Building with Nature – Creating implementing and upscaling Nature-based Solutions
Building with Nature – Creating implementing and upscaling Nature-based Solutions - ECOSHAPE
13:00
13:00 - 13:03
De Kleirijperij 1 - Clay Ripening Pilot
Excessive levels of sediment in the Eems-Dollard area are having a negative impact on water quality and biodiversity. Large amounts of sediment accumulate in ports, making regular dredging necessary. On the other hand, clay soil is needed in the area to strengthen dikes and to raise farmland. Collecting sediment from the Eems Dollard and converting it into clay soil creates a win-win situation: the water quality improves and there is more clay soil for reinforcing dikes and raising farmland. There are plans for more dike upgrade operations in the future on the Eems-Dollard coast, and clay soil will be needed there, too. Pilot Rijkswaterstaat, the provincial authority of Groningen, Groningen Seaports, the Hunze and Aa’s water authority, nature conservation organisation Het Groninger Landschap and EcoShape have teamed up in the Clay Ripening pilot project to look at different ways of transforming sediment into clay soil. EcoShape researchers are engaged in practical experiments to see which approach to ripening works best. Approach In 2018 we filled the first sediment depot with dredged material from the Havenkanaal, the canal leading to the port of Delfzijl. A second depot will be filled in 2019, with sediment from the Breebaart polder near Termunten. The sediment is transformed into clay soil in the clay ripening site by means of processes such as dewatering, desalination and oxidation. The site includes several sections that allow us to test different ripening approaches. It is expected that the clay soil will have ripened enough by 2021, at which time it will be suitable for application.
13:03 - 13:06
De Kleirijperij 2 - Clay Ripening Pilot
Excessive levels of sediment in the Eems-Dollard area are having a negative impact on water quality and biodiversity. Large amounts of sediment accumulate in ports, making regular dredging necessary. On the other hand, clay soil is needed in the area to strengthen dikes and to raise farmland. Collecting sediment from the Eems Dollard and converting it into clay soil creates a win-win situation: the water quality improves and there is more clay soil for reinforcing dikes and raising farmland. There are plans for more dike upgrade operations in the future on the Eems-Dollard coast, and clay soil will be needed there, too. Pilot Rijkswaterstaat, the provincial authority of Groningen, Groningen Seaports, the Hunze and Aa’s water authority, nature conservation organisation Het Groninger Landschap and EcoShape have teamed up in the Clay Ripening pilot project to look at different ways of transforming sediment into clay soil. EcoShape researchers are engaged in practical experiments to see which approach to ripening works best. Approach In 2018 we filled the first sediment depot with dredged material from the Havenkanaal, the canal leading to the port of Delfzijl. A second depot will be filled in 2019, with sediment from the Breebaart polder near Termunten. The sediment is transformed into clay soil in the clay ripening site by means of processes such as dewatering, desalination and oxidation. The site includes several sections that allow us to test different ripening approaches. It is expected that the clay soil will have ripened enough by 2021, at which time it will be suitable for application.
13:06 - 13:10
Marconi Kwelder Delfzjil pilot
13:10 - 13:15
VALSE - From dredging to the realisation of a cycle path using sediments
The dredging of waterways sediments is an essential operation in order to maintain navigation and prevent flooding risks. It is usually done using a bucket excavator. The sediments are then transported by barge to a temporary dewatering area. After a few months stored in this area, the sediments are dry enough to be handled in agglomerated form. They may then follow several successive screening and crushing stages in order to obtain an desirable particle size. The sediment can thus be incorporated as a raw material for the manufacture of concrete, as a sand substitute. We were able to converge towards a concrete composition that is both technically and environmentally viable, on the basis of the knowledge acquired through project research on marine sediments, on the characterisation of fluvial sediments, on their specific preparation as well as the formulation methodology developed. Experimental laboratory research has thus enabled the development of a road base concrete formula, incorporating around 220 kg of dry sediment per cubic meter of fresh concrete. A section of cycle path was built using this experimental concrete on May 11, 2021 in Chatelet, Belgium. Mechanical and environmental monitoring of this track is currently underway. Geomechanical monitoring involves carrying out various tests: tests of compression, direct traction, water absorption and resistance to freeze-thaw, performed at several time intervals on concrete cubes and cores. Environmental monitoring, for its part, includes the analysis of runoff water but also leaching tests on crushed concrete. The construction of this cycle path with waterways sediments constitutes a considerable advance in the field of beneficial use of this type of sediment. The full results will be presented in a few months at the VALSE project final conference.
13:15 - 13:25
LIFE SURE: Sediment uptake and remediation on an ecological basis
A well-known environmental problem within the Baltic Sea region is caused from shallowed overgrown bays, which occur when dead biota and particles are transported to coastal areas and accumulate at the bottom, adding to the sediments. This negative process has been accelerated by climate change and human activities, such as stormwater runoff from agricultural, industrial and urban areas that brings not only particles to shallow water bodies but also contaminants such as metals and nutrients. The overall objective of the project LifeSURE is to test and demonstrate how to restore the ecological status and hydro morphology of Malmfjärden Bay in Kalmar, Southeast of Sweden, by using an innovative dredging method that does not disturb the aquatic environment and consequently human health. Sediments will be removed and treated as secondary raw material within the circular economy concept. The project aims also to disseminate, transfer and replicate the project ideas and results within Sweden and Europe.
LauraFerrans (Linnaeus university)
13:30 - 13:35
SURICATES - Ixsane continuous dehydration pilot unit in operation
Innovative pilot equipment for sediment and sludge dehydration in operation! Mobile unit for continuous dehydration process developed by IXSANE (www.ixsane.com) within SURICATES Interreg NWE project for circular economy.
13:35 - 13:40
CTP - VALSE - Dry deagglomeration of dredging sediment
MathieuHenry (Centre Terre et Pierre, Belgium)
13:40 - 13:52
Wet size classification of dredging sediments (SOLINDUS)
MathieuHenry (Centre Terre et Pierre, Belgium)
13:55 - 13:58
GeoBlock Technology - An alternative to concrete
WilliamCoulet (Exo Environmental Ltd)
13:58 - 14:00
What is Sediment Sampling?
WilliamCoulet (Exo Environmental Ltd)
14:02
14:02 - 14:05
Deltares test flume
A facility to test in quasi real size the interaction between marine civil engineering with waves and tidal movement
ArjanWijdeveld (Deltares, NL)
14:09 - 14:15
Environment Canada - Randle Reef Contaminated Sediment Remediation Project - Stage 1
14:16 - 14:27
Environment Canada - Randle Reef Contaminated Sediment Remediation Project 2
14:28 - 14:40
Environment Canada - Peninsula Harbour Sediment Remediation Project

Day 4 :

07/02/2021
07:00
07:00 - 07:10
Opening Climate change and sediments : direct and indirect consequences and opportunities
CristinaPonte Lira (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
07:00 - 07:10
Welcome and introduction - session chair
CarmenCasado Martinez (Ecotox Centre, Switzerland)JasminaObhodas (Ruder Boškovic Institute, Croatia)
07:10 - 07:30
C. Casado Martinez - Keynote presentation:
Sediment quality assessment framework for PFAS: results from a preparatory study and regulatory implications
CarmenCasado Martinez (Ecotox Centre, Switzerland)
07:10 - 07:30
J. Vonkeman - Keynote presentation:
Case study of the possible future impacts of climate change on sediment yield for a semi-arid catchment in South Africa
JeanineVonkeman (Stellenbosch University, South Africa)
07:30 - 07:45
E. Szalinska - Impact of climate changes on sediment delivery and deposition in a dammed reservoir
EwaSzalinska (AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland)
07:30 - 07:45
S. Niewerth - Landscaping with PFAS contaminated Soil and thin permeable Barriers
StefanNiewerth (HUESKER Synthetic GmbH, Germany)
07:45 - 08:00
A. Vinković - The role of sediments in regulating the Earth‘s climate
AndrijaVinković (Ruder Boskovic Institute, Croatia)
07:45 - 08:00
R. Cartuyvels - Contaminants of emerging concern reuse of sediment
RuthCartuyvels (Witteveen+Bos, Belgium)
08:00
08:00 - 08:15
Break
08:00 - 08:15
Break
08:15 - 08:30
J. Laugesen - Dealing with microplastics pollution in sediments – technologies for prevention and remediation
JensLaugesen (Det Norske Veritas (DNV), Norway)
08:15 - 08:30
R. Lord - Beneficial use of river sediments as topsoil for passive carbon capture and storage during land restoration and energy crop production
A Net Zero management option?
RichardLord (University of Strathclyde, UK)
08:30 - 08:48
A. Wijdeveld - Seasonal changes in the suspended sediment concentration and bathymetry of the NWW, the impact of low and high river discharge on sediment transport and sedimentation
ArjanWijdeveld (Deltares, NL)
08:30 - 08:45
K. Waldschläger - Can we use theoretical approaches from natural sediment to describe the transport behaviour of microplastics?
KryssWaldschläger (Wageningen University and Research, NL)
08:45 - 09:00
A. Reboa - “SPlasH! - Stop to plastic in H2O!”
An EU Project to investigate the port environment: results on microlitter contamination in seawater, sediment, and biotic samples
AnnaReboa (University of Genoa – DISTAV, Italy)
08:48 - 09:03
J. Gebert - Effect of alternating redox conditions on organic matter decay in sediments
JuliaGebert (Delft University of Technology, NL)
09:00
09:00 - 09:15
Break
09:03 - 09:15
Break
09:15 - 09:30
N. Bošković - Distribution and characterization of microplastics in the marine sediments from the Montenegrin coast
NedaBošković (University of Montenegro)
09:15 - 09:18
Posterflashes
Changes of sediment flux of secondary branches at pan-Arctic deltas
ElenaDolgopolova (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)
09:18 - 09:21
Posterflashes
Extreme gas production from fibrous sediments - a potential overlooked greenhouse gas source
AlizéeLehoux (Uppsala University, Sweden)
09:30 - 10:00
Discussion
09:30 - 09:33
Posterflashes
Chronic impacts of REE in a bentho-pelagic food web
Chantalvan Drimmelen (Hamburg University of Applied Science / University of the West of Scotland, Germany/UK)
09:33 - 09:36
Posterflashes
3D Computer Tomography for Microplastics Analysis
JasminaObhodas (Ruder Boškovic Institute, Croatia)
09:40 - 10:00
Discussion
10:00
10:00 - 11:00
Lunchbreak
10:00 - 11:00
Lunchbreak
12:30
12:30 - 13:00
Closing session (MS-Teams link)
MarcEisma (SedNet / Port of Rotterdam, NL)