Presentations

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Book of abstractsPDF (pdf, 7.6 MB)

 

Symposium on Scenarios and Policy Options for Sustainable Shipping (POL)

Keynotes POL

Simon K.W. Ng, Business Environment Council, HK

Ship Emissions Control Policymaking: Lessons from Hong KongPDF (pdf, 2.6 MB)

 

Oral session POL

The potential of ammonia as marine fuel – an initial assessmentPDF (pdf, 519.9 kB)

J. Hansson, S. Brynolf, E. Fridell and M. Lehtveer


Environmental impact assessment of operational shipping in the Baltic Sea regionPDF (pdf, 3.1 MB)

J. Moldanová

 

Compliance and port air quality features of ship fuel switching regulation: by a field observation in Bohai, ChinaPDF (pdf, 3.1 MB)

Y. Zhang, F. Deng, H. Man, M. Fu, Z. Lv, Q. Xiao, X. Jin, S. Liu, K. He, and H. Liu

 

 

Emissions and abatement measures (EAM)

Keynotes EAM

Per S. Daling, SINTEF, NO

Weathering Behaviour and Oil Spill Response Options For “New Generation” Of Low Sulphur Marine Fuel OilsPDF (pdf, 1.4 MB)

 

Johan Mellqvist / Alexander C. Barber
Chalmers University of Technology, SE / California Air Resource

Board, USA

Compliance monitoring in California and USPDF (pdf, 229.2 kB)

 

Oral session EAM

Emissions of gases and particles from ships observed by remote measurements from fixed and airborne platforms in the Baltic sea and North SeaPDF (pdf, 15.8 MB)

J. Mellqvist, V. Conde and J. Beecken

 

Airborne Marpol Annex VI Monitoring in BelgiumPDF (pdf, 3.8 MB)

W. Van Roy

 

MARPOL-VI compliance monitoring of ships in German waters – results from five years of operationPDF (pdf, 1.9 MB)

A. Weigelt, S. Griesel, J. H. Reißmann, L. Kattner, F. Wittrock, S. Schmolke

 

Remote Detection and Evaluation of Ship Emissions in Real-Time using Novel Particle Mass Spectrometry Techniques

J. Passig, J. Schade, R. Irsig, H. Czech, M. Sklorz, T. Streibel, R. Zimmermann

Available upon request: johannes.passig(at)uni-rostock.de


Development of a Mobile Environmental Sensory Unit PrototypePDF (pdf, 2.3 MB)

V. E. Schneider, C. Delea, J. Oeffner

 

Low- and Zero-carbon Energy Solutions in Norwegian Coastal Maritime Transport: a Technological Innovation Systems AnalysisPDF (pdf, 1.3 MB)

H. Bach, A. Bergek, Ø. Bjørgum, T. Hansen, A. Kenzhegaliyeva and M. Steen

 

 

Atmospheric processes (ATM)

Keynote ATM

Huan Liu, Tsinghua University, CN

Shipping and atmosphere in the Anthropocene

Available upon request: liu_env(at)tsinghua.edu.cn

 

Oral session ATM

Current status and Future projection of Shipping emissions and their environmental and health effects in YRD, ChinaPDF (pdf, 4.2 MB)

Y. Zhang, J. Feng, J. Zhao, W. Ma, C. Liu, H. Kan, A. P. Patton, K. Walker

 

Effects of ship emissions from different sea areas on European pollution levelsPDF (pdf, 2 MB)

J.E. Jonson, M. Gauss, J-P Jalkanen, L. Johansson, M. Schulz and H. Fagerli

 

AIRSHIP project: impact of shipping emissions on air quality in a changing climatePDF (pdf, 1.4 MB)

A. Monteiro, M. Russo, C. Gama, C. Borrego

 

Microscale Ship Plume Dispersion Modeling for Harbor AreasPDF (pdf, 1.4 MB)

R. Badeke, V. Matthias, D. Grawe and H. Schlünzen

 

Very low population exposure to black carbon from open-sea sailing vessels in SECAPDF (pdf, 2.4 MB)

S. Ausmeel, E. Ahlberg, E. Thomson, Å. M. Hallquist, A. Eriksson, A. Kristensson

 

The impact of the SECA on SO2 and heavy metal concentrations - evidence from air quality monitoring in Dutch portsPDF (pdf, 2.5 MB)

S. van den Elshout, S. Willers and B. Wester

 

 

Marine Impacts (MARI)

Keynote MARI

Thomas Folegot, Quiet-Oceans, FR

Underwater noise impacts from shipping: tools, standards and emerging regulationPDF (pdf, 4.9 MB)

 

Oral session MARI

Environmental risks from increased use of marine exhaust gas scrubbersPDF (pdf, 669.9 kB)

K. Magnusson and H. Winnes

 

Evidence of ship induced vertical mixing in ship lanes

A. T. Nylund, I-M. Hassellöv, L. Arneborg, A. Tengberg, and U. Mallast

Available upon request: amanda.nylund(at)chalmers.se

 

The impact of nitrogen and sulphur emissions from shipping on exceedances of critical loads in the Baltic Sea region

S. Jutterström, F. Moldan, J. Moldanová, M. Karl, V. Matthias and M. Posch

Available upon request: sara.jutterstrom(at)ivl.se

 

 

Poster session (POS)

POS-01: Sulphur emission compliance monitoring of ships in German waters – results from five years of operationPDF (pdf, 2.3 MB)

A. Weigelt, S. Griesel, J.H. Reissmann, L. Kattner and S. Schmolke

 

POS-04: A new ship emission model and its application in Europe and East AsiaPDF (pdf, 1.2 MB)

D. A. Schwarzkopf, A. Aulinger, R. Petrik, V. Matthias

 

POS-05: The German ship emission compliance-monitoring network – The operational networkPDF (pdf, 2.8 MB)

S. Griesel, A. Weigelt, J.H. Reissmann, L. Kattner, and S. Schmolke

 

POS-07: Detailed chemical investigation of bunker fuelsPDF (pdf, 1.2 MB)

U. Käfer, J. Passig, T. Gröger, M. R. Saraji-Bozorgzad, T. Wilharm, and R. Zimmermann

 

POS-12: To clean or not to clean: management options for biofouling on ship hullsPDF (pdf, 9 MB)

D.R. Oliveira, L. Larsson and L. Granhag

 


Updated: 2019-10-08

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