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EMECS newsletter is issued twice a year, making efforts to exchange information on conservation and restoration of enclosed coastal seas.

EMECS NEWSLETTER No.10

1998.01.10(PDF:462KB)

  • With Revers to the Sea 7th Stockholm Water Symposium / 3rd EMECS Conference 1997
  • Weicoming Speech
  • Stockholm Statement
  • Report from Maryland
  • 4th EMECS Conference
  • The Global Water Partnership (GWP)
  • Forthcoming Conferences

EMECS NEWSLETTER No.09

1996.08.31(PDF:607KB)

  • Inauguration of Coalition of Prefectural Assembly Members to Promote International EMECS Activitie
  • SEIRYU (Clean Stream): New Hypertext Program for Disseminationg Environmental Data
  • Training Course in techniques of Environmental Mamagement of Enclosed Coastal Seas
  • Vancouver Workshop Focuses on Modeling
  • The Second International Conference on the Mediterranean Coastal Environment: MEDCOAST 95
  • Restoration and Protection of the Baltic Sea
  • EMECS 93 Conference Summarized, Our Coastal Sea: Their Future
  • Nitrogen and phosphorus flowing into an eutrophic estuary from the outer ocean

EMECS NEWSLETTER No.08

1995.10.16(PDF:192KB)

  • Grants for International Activities
  • Marine Protected Areas of the Lithuanian Coast, the Baltic Sea
  • An Overview on thr buoyancy forces in Enclosed Coastal Seas
  • Ceremony and Symposium Commemorat-ing the Opening of the UNEP
  • International Environmental Technology Centre (IETC) Shiga Office

EMECS NEWSLETTER No.07

1995.03.31(PDF:143KB)

  • Commemorative International Symposium for the Establishment of International EMECS Center
  • Great Hanshin Earthquake hit International EMECS Center

EMECS NEWSLETTER No.06

1994.11.18(PDF:316KB)

  • Management of Coastal Regions in the Mediterranean Action Plan of UNEP
  • The Second International Conference on the Mediterranean Coastal Environment
  • UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre and Global Environment Centre Foundation (GEC)
  • Cooperative Campaign by the U.S. and Japanese Advertising Councils

EMECS NEWSLETTER No.05

1994.03.31(PDF:528KB)

  • Organizations in the Field of Enclosed Coastal Seas-No.4- Mediterranean
  • Association to Save the Sea Turtles (MEDASSET)
  • Integrating Coastal and Watershed Systems: Yale University Devotes an Academic Program to the Study of Coastal Watersheds
  • The Danger to”Lancelet”in the Seto Inland Sea

EMECS NEWSLETTER No.04

1993.10.29(PDF:357KB)

  • Organizations in the Field of Enclosed Coastal Seas -No.3- Hellenic Marine Environment Protec-tion Association (HELMEPA)
  • Agenda 21 and the Role of the United Nations University
  • Coastal Conservation Education Network by the Society for Protection of Environment, Kenya
  • Macronutrients in Tolo Harbour and their relations to red tides

EMECS NEWSLETTER No.03

1993.03.10(PDF:372KB)

  • Environ-mental Protection EMECS NEWSLETTER CONTENTS
  • Enclosed Coastal Seas in the world -No.2- The Chesapeake Bay
  • Organizations in the field of Enclosed Coastal Seas -No.2- Center for Environmental and Estuarine Studies/Coastal and Environmental Policy Program
  • From Readers
  • The Decimation of the Horseshoe Crab

EMECS NEWSLETTER No.02

1992.08.10(PDF:351KB)

  • Activities of the Institute for Research of the Seto Inland Sea
  • Enclosed Coasta Seas in the World No.1 – THE SETO INLAND SEA
  • Organizations in the Fi of Enclosed oastal Seas – No.1 – COALITION CLEAN BALTIC
  • A LETTER FROM THE BLACK SEA RUMANIAN ZONE
  • Existence of “Red Tide Killer” Bacteria Confirmed

EMECS NEWSLETTER No.01

1992.03.21(PDF:151KB)

  • Greetings from Governor Kaihara
  • For the Inaugural Edition of the EMECS Newsletter
  • Activities after EMECS ’90
  • Training in Techniques of Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas
  • The Second International Conference on Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas 1993 -EMECS ’93
  • Establishment of the Institute for Research of the Seto Inland Sea