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Maldives. Maldives The country of Islands. Maldives The country of Islands The islands of Hospitality. July-September, 2005 Islamic Development Bank. Consultancy to Ministry of Planning and National Development of Maldives

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Maldives

The country of Islands


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Maldives

The country of Islands

The islands of Hospitality


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July-September, 2005

Islamic Development Bank

Consultancy to Ministry of Planning and National Development of Maldives

for planning issues of coastal utilization and island access facilities






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On the other hand

Science in International Level


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Marine Problems

and

Specific Solutions


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Marine Problems

and

Specific Solutions COMPASS

Meeting place of Problems and Solutios


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Marine Problems

and

Specific Solutions COMPASS

Meeting place of Science and Practice


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Marine Problems

and

Specific Solutions COMPASS

Meeting place of Science and Practice


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Marine Problems

and

Specific Solutions COMPASS

Meeting place of Guests and Hospitality


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The COMPASS in Maldives

Understanding the unique problems of Maldives and

Contributing the assessment and solution procedures

by

Oceanographers ,

Engineers,

Marine Scientists,

Environmentalists,

Disaster Managers,

Administrative,

Decision makers

from different disciplines


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The COMPASS in Maldives

welcomed the officers in the Ministries in Maldives Government to provide the environment for direct contact and initiate/develop collaboration with the international organizations and also with the distinguished scientists, decision makers, administrative, and participants.


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The COMPASS in Maldives

The conference will be very beneficial for all participating organizations, individuals and Maldives officials to discuss the problems, share experiences for specific solutions and initiate further cooperation for successful sustainable development and utilization of coastal and marine resources .


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MARINE PROBLEMS

COASTAL AND OCEAN ENGINEERING, DATA COLLECTION, ANALYSIS, MODELLING, GUIDELINES FOR ENGINERERING AND ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES

•  Coastal and ocean hydrodynamics, circulation•  Coastal and ocean engineering•  Design parameters and their determination•  Modeling of coastal, oceanographic, environmental problems•  Coastal sediment transport, shoreline changes, erosion, scour•  Sea level changes, rise and consequences•  Coastal and ocean engineering, coastal utilizat ion and

development, access improvement•  Serviceability, functionality and stability of coastal structures•  Planning, harbor development, privatization, marine transport•  Air-land-ocean interaction, wind and wave climate•  Monitoring of coastal env ironment•  Innovation in island protection•  GIS Applications


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MARINE PROBLEMS

DISASTERS, DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCY

•  Use of remote sensing technology and geographic information systems in disaster management•  Geography, geology, geophysics, geomorphology, sedimentology; volcanology•  Volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, floods, storm surges, landslides, marine hazards and coastal disasters•  Assessment, awareness, mitigation, and management of disasters•  Warning systems, national and international cooperation and collabo ration for disaster preparedness•  Training, education, community participation for disaster mitigation•  Risk and risk management•  Social Impact,•  Information Technologies


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MARINE PROBLEMS

COASTAL AND OCEAN SYSTEMS AND CONSERVATION

•  Coastal, oceanographic, physical, chemical, biological, ecological, environme ntal processes and their consequences•  Coral Ecosystems•  Ecosystem and landscape of remote islands•  Atolls and dynamics in atoll•  Conservation issues, biodiversity, fisheries, aquaculture•  Underwater operations, ship wrecks, habitat protection, endangered species•  Protected areas, marine aqua parks


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MARINE PROBLEMS

INTEGRATED COASTAL AND OCEAN MANAGEMENT, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

•  Organizational arrangements for coastal and ocean management•  Corals, coral islands, beaches, lagoons, reefs, atolls•  Sources and level of pollution, pollution control and remedies•  Legislative, economic and social issues•  Water storage and fresh water management in coral islands•  Agriculture and aquaculture management in small remote islands•  Marine Food Resources•  Environmental impact assessment (EIA) and Environmental Impact•  Sustainable development of coral islands•  Safari tourism, tourism planning, management and development•  Marinas , small craft harbors, yachting


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International Participants:

39 from 12 countries

Authors

55 from 17 countries




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BENEFITS

  • UNDERSTANDING THE MARINE PROBLEMS

  • SHARING EXPERIENCE AND THE SPECIFIC SOLUTIONS

  • INITIATION OF FRUITFUL COLLABORATIONS

  • ACHIEVING THE BEST SUCCES IN COMPASS

  • ENJOYING THE UNIQUE LIFE OF ISLANDS OF HOPPITALITY


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ADVISORY BOARD ACKNOWLEDGED

Abdalla, Saleh (ECMWF UK)Diposaptono, Subandono (Ministry of Fisheries, Indonesia)Ergin, Aysen (METU Turkey)Eskijian, Martin (USA)Fujima, Koji ( National Defence Academy , Japan)Güler, Isikhan (Yüksel Proje int. Co., Turkey)Gusiakov, Viaecheslav ( Novorosibirsk , Russia)Hedges, Terry (University of Liverpool UK)Hilmy Ismail (Honorary Consulate of Turkey in Maldives)Ho Sin Chye (Director of National Oceanography Directorate , Malaysia)Imamura, Fumihiko (Tohoku University , Japan)Hadibah, Ismail (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia , Malaysia)Karadag, Aysem (METU Turkey)Kong, Laura (UNESCO ITIC USA)Liu Philip (Univ. of Cornell USA)Masri, Sami (USC, USA)Mayerle, Roberto (University of Kiel , Germany)Michalef, Anton (University of Malta) Mocellin, Jane (UNDP- Barbados)Mohamed, Ali (SAARC Coastal Zone Management Centre , Maldives) Naseer, Abdulla (Ministry of Fisheries, Agriculture & Marine Resources, Maldives)

Okal, Emile (Northwestern University USA)Pelinovsky, Efim (Nizhnny Novgorod State University , Russia)Rabinovich, Alexandr (Canada)Reeves, Dominic (University of Plymouth UK)Satake, Kenji (JMA, Japan)Shareef, Mohamed (Ministry of Planning and National Development of Maldives)Saleem, Ahmed (Environment Research Centre , Maldives)Sumer , Mutlu (Technical University of Denmark , Denmark)Mohamed Adam, Shiham (Marine Research Centre, Ministry of Fisheries, Agriculture & Marine Resources, Maldives)Shuto, Nobuo (Tohoku University, Japan)Synolakis, Costas (USC, USA)Tkalich, Pavel (NUS, Singapore)Tinti, Stefano (University of Bologna , Italy)Titov, Vasily (NOAA, PMEL , USA)Taymaz, Tuncay (ITU, Turkey)Vladimir Vladymyrov (IODE UNESCO- Belgium)Williams, Allan (University of Glamorgan , UK)Van der Meer, Jentsje (Van der Meer Consulting, Netherlands)Yeh, Harry (Oregon State University, USA)Yilmaz, Aysen (METU, Turkey)Yüksel, Yalçin (YTU, Turkey)


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

AUTHORS

PARTICIPANTS (Local)

PARTICIPANTS (International)

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Honorary Minister Mr. Mohammed Saeed Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation of Maldives

Honorary Minister Mr. Hamdun Hameed Ministry of Planning and National Development of Maldives


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Honorary Minister Prof. Veysel Eroglu

Ministry of Environment and Forestry of Turkey

Mr. Onder Kirac,

Director of Environmental Protection Agency for Special Protected Areas of Turkey


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Dr. Mohamed Shareef

Dr. Mohamed Ali

Dr. Ahmed Slaeem

Dr. Mohamed Adam

Dr. Abdulla Naseer

Mr. Ismail Hilmy


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

SUPPORTED COMPANIES

ASTERYA Confrence Services Co.

DERINSU Underwater Construction Co.

AYDENIZ Construction Co.


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

KINDNESS, FRIENDSHIP, EXPERTIZE , and

HOSPITALITY

of

MALDIVES and MALDIVIANS


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COMMENTS

SUGGESTIONS

FOR FUTURE COMPASS EVENTS



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