Third Project Workshop
Southampton 20th - 23th July 2001

Bognor Regis Campus (University College Chichester)

Thursday July 19th:

  Arrival at Bognor Regis (Elmer)    

Friday July 20th:

  Morning   (Chairman: Michael Collins)
  9.30-10.00   Coffee.
  10.00-10.10   Welcome and Introduction, by Steve Hawkins
  10.10-11.00   Presentation of Elmer study site, by Roger Spencer (Arun District Council)
  11.00-11.15   Recent studies at Elmer, by David Pope (University of Brighton)
  Presentation of DELOS activities to be carried out at Elmer
  11.15-11.25   Elmer within the UK context, by Alison Houghton (University of Southampton)
  11.25-11.45   Ecological monitoring: epibiota, sediment infauna, mobile fauna, by Paula Moschella (The Marine Biological Association)
  12.00-13.30   Lunch Break
  Afternoon    
  13.30-14.30   Discussion / Informal Meeting
  14.30-18.30   Fieldtrip to Elmer breakwaters
  Evening    
  19.00-onwards   Dinner and Informal Discussion

Saturday July 21st:

  Morning: meetings/workshops
  9.00-10.45   Update of activities carried out by Partners; problems and issues which have arisen
  10.45-11.00   Coffee Break
  11.00-12.00   Discussion of protocols and techniques used by each Partner, involved in Task 3
  12.00-13.00   Lunch Break
  13.00-16.00   Discussion of protocols and techniques used by each partner involved in Task 3 (continuation)
  Afternoon: fieldwork at Elmer breakwaters
  16.30-17.30   Demonstration of in situ equipment deployed for hydrodynamic measurements (ADV, ECMs, benthic tripod, data loggers for pressure and temperature); data recording
  17.30-19.30   Field trials for calibrating methods to assess abundance and composition of epibiota and sediment infauna
  Evening    
  20.30-onwards   Social Dinner

Sunday July 22nd:

  Morning: fieldwork/workshops
  5.30-8.00   (Not compulsory!) Fieldwork at Elmer breakwaters: field trials for calibrating methods to assess abundance and composition of epibiota and sediment infauna
  8.00-8.30   Breakfast
  8.30-10.45   Workshop: data collation and discussion of results from field trials
  10.45-11.00   Coffee Break
  11.00-12.30   Workshop: data collation and discussion of results from field trials (continuation)
  Afternoon: fieldtrip/fieldwork
  12.30-17.00   Visit to beaches on Hayling Island: conflicts between coastal development and beach erosion (led by Michael Collins)
  17.30-19.30   Fieldwork at Elmer breakwaters: cross-calibration and standardisation of methods and techniques
  Evening    
  21.00-onwards   Dinner and Informal Discussion

Monday July 23rd:

  Optional departure
  or
  Morning: fieldwork/workshops
  5.30-8.30   (Not compulsory!) Fieldwork at Elmer breakwaters: cross-calibration and standardisation of methods and techniques
  8.30-9.00   Breakfast
  9.00-10.45   Data collation and Discussion of results
  10.45-11.00   Coffee Break
  11.00-12.30   Data collation and Discussion of results (continuation)
  12.30-13.30   Lunch Break
  Afternoon: workshops/fieldwork
  13.30-15.00   Optimisation of protocols and techniques for Task 3 studies and experiments
  15.00-15.15   Coffee Break
  15.15-17.30   Optimisation of protocols and techniques for Task 3 studies and experiments (continuation)
  17.30-21.00   Fieldwork at Elmer breakwaters
  Evening    
  21.00-onwards   Dinner

Tuesday July 24th:

  Departure

TRAVEL INFORMATION

TRAVEL TO BOGNOR REGIS:
London Gatwick is the closest airport to Bognor Regis.
Bognor Regis can be reached by taxi (cost should be around 60 for 4 people from Gatwick), train (www.railtrack.co.uk for info) or coach (www.gobycoach.com for info).

ACCOMMODATION:
The accommodation will be at Bognor Regis Campus (University College Chichester). They provide en-suite single rooms and conference facilities. The cost for a single room is 32.00 per night (English breakfast included).


Other information on accommodation in Bognor Regis can be found on website www.sussex-by-the-sea.co.uk.

 

Last update:13/04/04