IAIA17 Submitted Poster Abstracts

Following is a list of IAIA17 Annual Conference poster abstracts.

Abstracts: Paper & Presentation |  Posters
  • A bibliometric study of Environmental Impact Asses


    Abstract ID# 47

    Presenting Author: Bruno  Costanzo |  Coauthor(s):  Luis Sánchez

    Summary Statement: A bibliometric study of Environmental Impact Assessment to explore how relevant topics in EIA research and professional practice evolved over time, permitting to analyze the trends of the main topics

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • A study of hybrid marine-based energy in South Ko


    Abstract ID# 105

    Presenting Author: Taeyun  Kim |  Coauthor(s):  Choongi Kim

    Summary Statement: This study calculate the offshore wind and wave energy, and suggest few suitable sites for hybrid marine-based energy in South Korea

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Analyzing Effects of Climate Change on a Project


    Abstract ID# 49

    Presenting Author: Joseph  Vigder |  Coauthor(s):  Nicole Scotney

    Summary Statement: Analyzing the Effects of Climate Change on a Project – A Comparison of Methods Used for Mining Project Environmental Assessments in Canada

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Approaches to assess coastal zone hydrologic change


    Abstract ID# 100

    Presenting Author: Robert  Larson

    Summary Statement: Examples of climate change studies will be discussed to illustrate emerging techniques, including solutions to address projections data limitations and uncertainty.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Aquaculture & Mangrove restoration in Angola


    Abstract ID# 78

    Presenting Author: Esperança  Costa |  Coauthor(s):  Patrícia Rodrigues

    Summary Statement: Marine aquaculture and mangrove restoration in south Luanda, Angola, and mitigation of most relevant negative environmental impacts that include GHG emissions caused by boat traffic and fish industry.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Archaeology Applied to the EIA of Belo Monte HPP


    Abstract ID# 66

    Presenting Author: Solange  Caldarelli

    Summary Statement: The panel intends to present the objectives and the methods employed in the rescue archaeological research on one of Amazon´s most polemic hydroelectric power plants: Belo Monte HPP on Xingu River Bas

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Arctic EIA - Good Practice Recommendations


    Abstract ID# 71

    Presenting Author: Päivi A.  Karvinen |  Coauthor(s):  Seija Rantakallio

    Summary Statement: EIA and Public Participation in EIA in the Arctic - formulating Good Practice Recommendations under the Sustainable Development Working Group of the Arctic Council.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Assessment of ecosystem services by utilizing UAV


    Abstract ID# 32

    Presenting Author: Kiichiro  Hayashi |  Coauthor(s):  Yuya Katada ,   Satoru   Sugita

    Summary Statement: The possibility of ecosystem service assessment by UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) was considered based on forest case studies conducted in Aichi and Gifu Prefectures, Japan.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Biodiversity information in sugarcane industry CEA


    Abstract ID# 102

    Presenting Author: Ana Paula  Dibo |  Coauthor(s):  Luis Sánchez

    Summary Statement: This paper discusses information availability and adequacy to assess the cumulative effect of reducing species richness in forest fragments in the EIA of sugarcane industry projects in São Paulo State

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • CC in Canadian EA laws: review & recommendations


    Abstract ID# 85

    Presenting Author: Émilie  Godbout-Beaulieu

    Summary Statement: A Canadian EA legislative review and case study to support recommendations of legislative changes, including mitigation and adaptation thresholds for a climate sensitive EA process.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • CEA for Operation of Power Plants in South Korea


    Abstract ID# 58

    Presenting Author: Nankyoung  Moon |  Coauthor(s):  Jongsik Ha ,   Soontae   Kim

    Summary Statement: This study analyzed Cumulative Effects Assessment (CEA) of air pollution caused by power plants based on South Korea’s Basic Plan on Electricity Demand and Supply.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Changing Climate: EA for a Proposed Mine in Yukon


    Abstract ID# 77

    Presenting Author: Colin  Fraser |  Coauthor(s):  Jennie Gjertsen ,   Scott   Jackson ,   James

    Summary Statement: This poster will share recent experiences building climate change data into mine design and permitting studies for a proposed gold mine south of Dawson City, YT.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Climate change and biodiversity in New Zealand IAs


    Abstract ID# 63

    Presenting Author: Richard  Morgan |  Coauthor(s):  Emily Waterson

    Summary Statement: NZ EIAs often lack consideration of climate change matters; biodiversity impacts tend to be covered better, but still not as consistently or rigorously as it could be.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Climate Change in Korea and Algal Bloom Monitoring


    Abstract ID# 64

    Presenting Author: TAE GEUN  KIM |  Coauthor(s):  KYOUNG SIK CHOI ,   SANG-PYO   HONG

    Summary Statement: Analyzing the trend of climate change in South Korea and the development of algal bloom monitoring system using KOMPSAT satellite imagery.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Climate change within EIA in wind energy sector


    Abstract ID# 75

    Presenting Author: Susana  Rosa |  Coauthor(s):  Catarina Azinheira ,   Inês   Santos ,   Ricardo ,   Patrícia RodriguesTomé

    Summary Statement: A state-of-the-art on climate change and EIA in wind energy sector in Portugal was produced and confronted with other countries, and with international climate agreements implementation.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Collaboration in action: an EA approach


    Abstract ID# 83

    Presenting Author: Christal  Nieman

    Summary Statement: Presenting the challenges and benefits of provincial, federal and Indigenous collaboration on the assessment of impacts for a cooperative environmental assessment in British Columbia.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Community consultation in land rehabilitation


    Abstract ID# 46

    Presenting Author: Fikile  Xaki |  Coauthor(s):  Vincent Nakin ,   Zendi   Magayiyana

    Summary Statement: What is rehabilitation without the people? Community members are the most important stakeholders to be considered in rehabilitation as they are the managers and owners of land.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Consideration of Climate Change in EIA practice


    Abstract ID# 60

    Presenting Author: Chaeyoung  Bae |  Coauthor(s):  Jiyoung Shin ,   Youngshin   Lim ,   Wan-hee ,   Moon-shik ShinKim & Sanghyun Baek

    Summary Statement: This study suggested possibility of incorporating Climate Change Adaptation in EIA by presenting main changes on Environmental Impact Statement(EIS) in study site considering climate change risks.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Coordinating FRM governance through SEA principles


    Abstract ID# 94

    Presenting Author: Alasdair  Morrison

    Summary Statement: Flood risk management in Canada lacks coordination and is an underlying cause of a lack of capacity in FRM governance. SEA principles can be applied to address this underlying coordination issue.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Creating space for Health: a new HIA network.


    Abstract ID# 99

    Presenting Author: Theo  van Alphen MSc MPH |  Coauthor(s):  Brigit Staatsen MSc ,   Lea   den Broeder MSc MPH

    Summary Statement: RIVM facilitates an interactive HIA network with local stakeholders Currently we are elaborating on strategies to enhance involvement and quality of interaction

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Economic impact of dengue in Rondonia, Brazil


    Abstract ID# 109

    Presenting Author: Karina Camasmie  Abe |  Coauthor(s):  Simone Georges El Khouri Miraglia

    Summary Statement: The hydroelectric plants in Brazil were constructed before the impacts were properly assessed. It´s suggested the incorporation of Health Impact Assessment within the Environmental Impact Assessment.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • EIA Guidelines for Offshore Waste Disposal Project


    Abstract ID# 33

    Presenting Author: Junho  Maeng |  Coauthor(s):  Kwangwoo Cho ,   Seonyoung   Park

    Summary Statement: This study is to formulate EIA guideline for offshore waste disposal facility to assess how waste disposal facility construction projects influence marine life and to establish impact reduction plans.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Empowering Indigenous groups with baseline data


    Abstract ID# 103

    Presenting Author: Mariana  Trindade

    Summary Statement: A training program for local Indigenous groups to collect baseline environmental data under the EA process.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • EuropeAid – mainstreaming environment and climate


    Abstract ID# 11

    Presenting Author: Juan  Palerm |  Coauthor(s):  Bernard Crabbé ,   Egger   Topper ,   Patricia

    Summary Statement: EuropeAid has been stepping-up efforts to mainstream environment and climate change in its development cooperation. An update on recent developments and successful examples.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Evolution of IA practice in São Paulo State


    Abstract ID# 40

    Presenting Author: Luis Enrique  Sánchez |  Coauthor(s):  Edgard Oritz Rinaldi

    Summary Statement: The study shows the EIA process evolution over time in São Paulo - Brazil, showing its advances and shortcomings, considering quarry projects.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Factors of landscape conflicts in PV projects


    Abstract ID# 61

    Presenting Author: Ayumi  HORI |  Coauthor(s):  Yuki SHIBATA

    Summary Statement: We clarified the factors of PV landscape conflict by analyzing 16 controversial PV projects in Japan from multi social aspects.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Further intiatives of Nuclear Power Plant in Korea


    Abstract ID# 57

    Presenting Author: kyung-hee  shin |  Coauthor(s):  Sungju HAN ,   Hi Sun   Lee ,   Kongjang

    Summary Statement: It analyses the post-accident management of South Korea’s nuclear power plant. Strong and urgent necessity lies in setting the international standard for evacuation plan.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Groundwater, IA and climate change adaptation


    Abstract ID# 90

    Presenting Author: Grace  Gomez Quiroga |  Coauthor(s):  Javier Clausen ,   Jessica   Carmona ,   Miguel ,   Marco GutierrezMarquez & Rigoberto Roman

    Summary Statement: Through a pilot SEA in Mexico, groundwater is integrated to urban land use planning as the water buffer for climate change, seeking to increase aquifers’ ecosystem services tangibility.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Health Impact Assessment in a Health Institute


    Abstract ID# 42

    Presenting Author: Tatiana Camasmie   Abe |  Coauthor(s):  Simone Georges El Khouri Miraglia

    Summary Statement: The results of my project indicate the importance of the application of an environmental management tools to improve health services efficiency.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Health impact assessment of dengue in Brazil


    Abstract ID# 101

    Presenting Author: Simone  Miraglia |  Coauthor(s):  Marcelo Guimarães ,   Karina   Abe ,   Ana Flávia

    Summary Statement: We conclude that it is necessary to provide prevention campaigns before the rainy season which due to climate changes have becoming less predictable in order to prevent future dengue outbreaks.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Health Impacts of Climate Change on Country Foods


    Abstract ID# 86

    Presenting Author: Wendy  Wilson |  Coauthor(s):  Etienne Frenette

    Summary Statement: Health Canada's approach for evaluating the impact that climate change may have on country foods in environmental assessment.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Impact of climate change awareness and perceptions


    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Siphumle  Ngqumshe |  Coauthor(s):  Ceceilia Betek ,   Simba   Ndhleve ,   Motebang

    Summary Statement: Information on climate change awareness should be disseminated well to ensure that it will attract the attention of the farmers’ especially communal farmers.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Implication Measures between SDI and Korean SEA


    Abstract ID# 98

    Presenting Author: SANG-PYO  HONG |  Coauthor(s):  TAE GEUN KIM ,   KYOUNG SIK   CHOI

    Summary Statement: A quick and credible diagnosis of the key dimensions of SD by implicating SDI into Korean SEA can help develop a shared understanding of priorities of implementation of SDG.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Incinerator Workers and Health Risk Assessment


    Abstract ID# 70

    Presenting Author: Sukanda  Pudpadee |  Coauthor(s):  Panita Charoensuk ,   Wassana   Loonsamrong ,   Nuttapon

    Summary Statement: workers in this plant were at risk to health effects associated with benzene and xylenes via inhalation exposure. Health promotion and risk communication should be given to them in appropriated way.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Long-Term Changes of Greenspace Ecosystem Services


    Abstract ID# 52

    Presenting Author: Natsuki  ITO |  Coauthor(s):  Yuki SHIBATA ,   Satoru   SUGITA ,   Kiichiro ,   Makoto OOBAHAYASHI

    Summary Statement: We clarify how the land use development in an urban area near the Tokyo after the 1990s has changed the ecosystem services by analyzing greenspace decreasing.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Marine Infrastructures Seascape for Conservation


    Abstract ID# 108

    Presenting Author: FRANCISCO  DALLMEIER |  Coauthor(s):  Ximena Velez-Zuazo ,   Pablo   Taborga ,   Karim ,   Bruno VildosoLedesma & Alfonso Alonso

    Summary Statement: Marine mega-infrastructures can influence major economic development and play an important role in seascape strategies. They have potential of advancing conservation goals if managed synergistically.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Mekong River Basin Biodiversity Impact Assessment


    Abstract ID# 73

    Presenting Author: Anwar  Khan |  Coauthor(s):  Le Duc Trung ,   Hong   Phuong Nguyen ,   Duc ,   Kurt RautenstrauchHoang Minh & Cheryl Schmidt

    Summary Statement: This poster presents findings from an assessment of overall impacts of a planned hydropower cascade on biodiversity resources in the Mekong River Delta and floodplains in Vietnam and Cambodia.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Monitoring System of Greenhouse Gases Emissions


    Abstract ID# 25

    Presenting Author: Ivan   Maglio |  Coauthor(s):  Nelson Moreira Franco ,   Carlos Alberto   Muniz ,   Eduardo ,   Leonardo Machado Maglio Alves Neder & Iara Verocai

    Summary Statement: The project also aims at capacity-building and staff training in order to prepare Rio de Janeiro administration to maintain and update the inventories and plans to reducing the GHG emission.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Noise Impact Assessment with Noise Map


    Abstract ID# 29

    Presenting Author: Hyosung  Sun

    Summary Statement: This paper introduces the present status of the noise impact assessment with a noise map, and the guideline for using a noise map in the stage of environmental impact assessment is suggested.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Participative SA for Public Facility Management


    Abstract ID# 62

    Presenting Author: Satoru  ONO

    Summary Statement: To consider of the role of scientists in participative SA, a case study was conducted in Yosa town, Kyoto pref.. Public facilities management process is described applying "the window model".

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Quantifying the water-energy nexus at the end-use


    Abstract ID# 91

    Presenting Author: Maria Alejandra  Kemper Gubetich |  Coauthor(s):  Ana Mijic ,   Simon   De-Stercke

    Summary Statement: Quantifying the water-energy nexus and associated GHG emissions provides valuable insight for the design and implementation of initiatives seeking to achieve sustainable use of water and energy.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Regional Cumulative Effects on Groundwater


    Abstract ID# 104

    Presenting Author: Margaret  Scott |  Coauthor(s):  Jos Beckers ,   Margaret   Klebek

    Summary Statement: wo case studies of modelling tools developed to facilitate understanding of potential cumulative effects of mining and in situ oil sand operations on regional groundwater quantity and quality.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Regional EA-Governance Nexus: Issues & Innovations


    Abstract ID# 55

    Presenting Author: Ayodele  Olagunju |  Coauthor(s):  Jill Blakley

    Summary Statement: Based on a critical analysis of recent research and practice, we characterize issues and innovations in regional EA from a governance perspective and their implications for climate change discourse

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Scholar and Practitioner Views on Science in EA


    Abstract ID# 107

    Presenting Author: Jie  Ma |  Coauthor(s):  Peter Duinker ,   Tony   Walker

    Summary Statement: This study investigated the satisfaction levels of EA professionals with the quality of science practiced in the EA process, and also the factors contributing to these satisfaction levels.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Screening is needed in Korea?


    Abstract ID# 51

    Presenting Author: Kongjang  CHO |  Coauthor(s):  Bomi Kim

    Summary Statement: Although the screening is known as the basic EIA procedure, this study shows that there could be exceptions, depending on the countries; the screening cannot work effectively in certain countries.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • SEA for the SKA project in South Africa


    Abstract ID# 18

    Presenting Author: Lydia   Cape

    Summary Statement: The SEA aims to integrate the environmental authorisation process ensuring that environmental factors are considered and environmental principles implemented at the strategic planning stage.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • SEA of the inclusion of renewable energies


    Abstract ID# 28

    Presenting Author: Ernesto  PIRILLO |  Coauthor(s):  Santiago DOMINGUEZ ,   Leandro   FAZIO

    Summary Statement: This paper includes possibility to introduce renewable energy into the matrix. Include data for each of natural resources and its potential for energy production in some ecoregions of Argentina.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Soil Impact Assessment by Chemical Accident


    Abstract ID# 69

    Presenting Author: Keunje  Yoo |  Coauthor(s):  Dong Soo Lee ,   Soon-Young   Yoo ,   Sang-Il

    Summary Statement: A study of preliminary screening method for effective management of soil contamination by chemical accident

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • SOPHIA: A Pan-Canadian Realist Evaluation of HIA


    Abstract ID# 38

    Presenting Author: Jennifer Ann  McGetrick |  Coauthor(s):  Candace Nykiforuk

    Summary Statement: Research, practice, and policy expertise is needed for a logic model in realist evaluation of HIA to improve population health and support healthcare systems across Canada.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • The environmental license in Chile (RCA)


    Abstract ID# 106

    Presenting Author: Cristian  Pérez |  Coauthor(s):  Kay Bergamini ,   Gino   Araya

    Summary Statement: Impact assessment methodologies have a direct correlation to enforcement and compliance practices.This presentation provides practical examples of the current environmental procedures applied in Chile

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • UK action on assessing GHG significance in EIA


    Abstract ID# 45

    Presenting Author: George  Vergoulas |  Coauthor(s):  Josh Fothergill

    Summary Statement: Are all GHG emissions significant in EIA from a UK perspective, and how might this differ between comparative and absolute emissions?

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Value-Added of Monitoring for Cumulative Effects


    Abstract ID# 15

    Presenting Author: Josh  Cronmiller |  Coauthor(s):  Bram Noble

    Summary Statement: Administration and organizational arrangements of regional environmental monitoring faces challenges to informing a cumulative effects approach for land-use decision making in Alberta, Canada.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Vulnerability in infrastructure works


    Abstract ID# 22

    Presenting Author: Jose Luis  Ridente Junior |  Coauthor(s):  Ivan Carlos Maglio ,   Carlos Henrique   Aranha ,   Fabiola

    Summary Statement: Vulnerability to climate change in infrastructure projects during environmental assessment, at the State of São Paulo / Brazil need to consider the risks, and the mitigation for different scenarios.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Water Quality and Health Risk Assessment


    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Panita  Charoensuk |  Coauthor(s):  sukanda pudpadee ,   Lamai   Chaingam

    Summary Statement: This is a Study on Water Quality and Health Risk Assessment on Arsenic and Manganese Exposure of Community Located in the Border Adjoining Phichit, Phetchabun and Phitsanulok Provinces, Thailand.

    Acceptance Status: approved


  • Youth education for informed public participation


    Abstract ID# 76

    Presenting Author: Patrícia  Rodrigues |  Coauthor(s):  Patrícia Figueiredo ,   Cândida   Rocha

    Summary Statement: A project on youth public education aims to contribute for a more active and well-informed public participation on public participation processes, having climate change as flagship.

    Acceptance Status: approved