Marine | Urban | Development
Planning traditions and transitions on land and at sea
An international conference on spatial planning and development on land and at sea.
Presentations, workshops, a marketplace, networking opportunities.
When: 2 and 3 June 2022
Where: Breda University of Applied Sciences,
For Whom: Researchers, practitioners, educators, students, consultants, and other interested parties
View all presentations of MUD 2022
Below you will find all presentations of MUD 2022.
- Laura Gusatu - A comparative analysis of trade-offs between offshore wind farms, nature protected areas
- David Stevenson - Co-management of transboundary marine management within the island of Ireland
- Juliette Davret - Deconstructing the map; critical planning perspective on map making and map use
- Stephen Jay - Experiencing the sea: marine planners' tentative engagement with their planning milieu
- Rozanne Spijkerboer - Institutional harmonization for balancing the spacial requirements of energy transition with..
- Josefine Gottschalk - Marine landscape planning - a concept for filling ecological gaps in MSP
- Harald Warmelink and Igor Mayer - Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) challenge research and development in the age of digital twins
- Shenghui Li - Rethinking marine spatial planning; origin, evolution and prospects
- Igné Stalmokaité - Social justice in marine spacial planning; actors' experiences from the Baltic Sea
- Justyna Bres - Spatial planning at the edge of water and land in small port cities of Poland
- Sheila Heymans - Spatial planning using food web modeling with ecopath with ecosim (and ecospace)
- Zhou Qiqi - The ocean is extended reality: pros and cons
- Federico Camerin - Reuse of lighthouses in Italy and Spain; new profit-driven spaces on transition from land to sea
- Heather Ritchie - Transboundary marine spatial planning across the Irish sea nations; institutional integration
- Nick van Apeldoorn - Workshop; The future of spatial planning & development research and innovation
- Federico Fabbri - Marine spatial planning of the coast of large city
- Magali Gonçalves - Marine Spatial Planning tools; diversity and interoperability