On 10th October a new session of the SEA EU Talent was held about “Climate Change” and was presented by M. Laura Martín Díaz, the reSEArch EU Project Coordinator from University of Cádiz.
Climate change is increasing at alarming rates and coastal areas are becoming increasingly threatened by climate change and sea level rise. In this topic there are many different fields of study, but all of them are equally important.
Concretely, in this session of the “SEA EU TALENT” initiative, one session belonging to University of Gdańsk had carried out.
Katarzyna Barańczuk & Hany Frahat Abd-Elhamid have contributed with their studies a very interesting and novel webinar with more than 30 attendees from the different Universities of the Alliance.
The title of the talk was: Climate change in the context of historical trend analysis and forecasting the shoreline changes at the Nile Delta using RS data and GIS with DSAS tool.
After the interventions of the speakers, an interesting round of questions began among the participants exchanging very relevant aspects.
Thank you very much to all participants. We hope you liked the activity and we are sure that interesting synergies and collaborations will emerge between these young researchers and participants.
If you want to see the session again, you have it available on our YouTube channel.