IAIA16 Submitted Poster Abstracts

Following is a list of IAIA16 Annual Conference poster abstracts.

Abstracts: Paper & Presentation |  Posters
  • Synthesis for phase transition as a set point


    Abstract ID# 75

    Presenting Author: Haruka  Suzuki

    Summary Statement: This synthesis by the design thinking methodology to clear a mechanism of principle behind using cases of Japan.Goal of this study is to solve ‘unassessmentability’ by system regardless of the field.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • 10-Year Monitoring of Songdo Reclamation Project and Its Implications


    Abstract ID# 36

    Presenting Author: Sang-Weon  Bang |  Coauthor(s):  Hanna Cho

    Summary Statement: In order to examine whether the counter measures derived from EIA of Songdo Reclamation Project had been efficient enough or poorly predicted, and any unpredicted impacts was observed. we investigated and analyzed EIA reports, reviews and quarterly environmental monitoring reports from 2005 to 2014 comparatively

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • 3D simulation for voluntarily EIA by community


    Abstract ID# 23

    Presenting Author: Hiroo  Kasagi

    Summary Statement: The nonprofit organization (NPO) in Omachi city, Japan conducted voluntarily EIAs using the 3D Virtual Reality technology

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • 75 years of habitat recovery in open pit mines


    Abstract ID# 56

    Presenting Author: Patrícia  Rodrigues |  Coauthor(s):  Sónia Malveiro ,   Ana   Amaral

    Summary Statement: An assessment of 75-years habitat monitoring of two sand and clay exploitations in Portugal, nearby 3 Natura 2000 sites, is presented. Recovery benefits, versus lost ecological values, are analyzed.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • A life cycle approach to temporary infrastructure


    Abstract ID# 54

    Presenting Author: annica  waleij |  Coauthor(s):  Johan Hedström ,   jimmy   berggren ,   Birgitta Liljedahl

    Summary Statement: To manage the complex relationships that occur during various temporary infrastructure establishments, an ability to manage and store several different types of models in single system is an asset

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Adaptation in the eletric sector:Brazil and France


    Abstract ID# 57

    Presenting Author: Katia  Garcia |  Coauthor(s):  Gilles Debizet

    Summary Statement: The paper analises how the Electric sector in France and in Brazil are developing their Business Adaptation Strategies in a way to face the negative impacts of climate change.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Adaptive Capacity to Dust Crisis in Southwestern of Iran: A Socio-cultural Perspective


    Abstract ID# 55

    Presenting Author: Maryam  Sharifzadeh |  Coauthor(s):  Sanaz Golabvand

    Summary Statement: Knowledge, perceived ease of use and usefulness of technical devices (nets, dropping system, etc.) were the most important factors among socio-cultural determinants of farmers' adaptive responses to dust aerosol hazards.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Adding Organized Justification of Decisions to IA


    Abstract ID# 46

    Presenting Author: Glenn  Brown |  Coauthor(s):  Graham Seagel

    Summary Statement: A flowchart and guidelines demonstrate how and where to integrate organized reasoning, to better support decisions like scoping and significance determinations into the steps of a typical IA project

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Air pollution prevention and control in airport


    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Qing  Cui |  Coauthor(s):  Xiulian Zhu ,   Qi   Lin ,   Fan Chen

    Summary Statement: This project discussed air pollution prevention and control in airport area from four different aspects, such as airport planning, technical, airport operation management and environment management.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Application of SDM techniques to deep-sea animals


    Abstract ID# 28

    Presenting Author: Seiji  Takeuchi |  Coauthor(s):  Ryota Nakajima ,   Takehisa   Yamakita ,   Roxana Hoque ,   Tetsuya Miwa & Hiroyuki Yamamoto

    Summary Statement: To construct helpful knowledge in planning a protected area for deep-sea animals, we applied SDMs to five species which inhabited in a hydrothermal field of the Okinawa Trough, Japan.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Building community resilience for disaster managem


    Abstract ID# 50

    Presenting Author: Vilija  Girgzde |  Coauthor(s):  Paulius Godvadas

    Summary Statement: This poster presents the qualitative research results describing the participatory process of voluntary initiatives of business and non-formal organisations in Lithuania.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Characteristics of Public Facility Restructuring


    Abstract ID# 37

    Presenting Author: Satoru  ONO

    Summary Statement: Public facility restructuring is required in Japan. By describing the characteristics of planning process, the achievement and problem are discussed from the view point of SIA.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Cumulative Impacts of Aboadze Power Enclave


    Abstract ID# 52

    Presenting Author: Anthony  Appianti |  Coauthor(s):  Ebenezer Appah-Sampong ,   Kwabena   Badu-Yeboah

    Summary Statement: This presentation identify risk and opportunities associated with concentration of thermal power plants within a limited radius and their cumulative implications for the air-shed, adjoining communities, energy policy and planning.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Diversity and geographic distribution pattern


    Abstract ID# 78

    Presenting Author: Huarong  Zhou

    Summary Statement: The study was to investigate spatial patterns of shrub species diversity in Xinjiang, China, and its relationship with geographical factors

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Earthquake and habitat mapping in the deep-sea


    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Takehisa  Yamakita |  Coauthor(s):  Hiroyuki Yamamoto ,   Ken   Ikehara ,   Hiroyuki Yokooka ,   Yoshihiro Fujiwara & Shinji Tsuchida, Yasuo Furushima, Kazumasa Oguri, Masaru Kawato,Takafumi Kasaya, Shuichi Watanabe, Katsunori Fujikura, Hiroshi Kitazato

    Summary Statement: We produced maps of brittle stars using Species Distribution Models (SDMs) and used for Ecologically and Biologically Significant Area (EBSA) identification and EIA of the earthquake and tsunami 2011.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Ecological Impact Assessment of Strategy Implement


    Abstract ID# 47

    Presenting Author: Peng  Zhao |  Coauthor(s):  Yuhuan Zhang ,   Naizhong   Xu ,   Yingxian Long

    Summary Statement: The assessment of the ecological impact raised by the regional development strategies in the Pearl River Delta urban agglomeration.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Ecosystem service mapping in 1955 and 2008


    Abstract ID# 24

    Presenting Author: Wataru  Kobayashi |  Coauthor(s):  kiichiro hayashi ,   makoto   ooba

    Summary Statement: In this study, the comparison of the potential provisions of the ecosystem services for 1955 and 2008 was conducted in Nagoya City, Japan

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Effectiveness of Mitigation Measure on Power Plant


    Abstract ID# 49

    Presenting Author: Zhenzhong  Yang |  Coauthor(s):  Yuan Xu

    Summary Statement: This paper develops a top-down approach to track and evaluate the effectiveness of SO2 and NOx mitigation measures on large coal-fired power plants in China from 2006-2013.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • EIA Follow-up in Korea: The Present and Future


    Abstract ID# 27

    Presenting Author: Ji Hyeon  Park |  Coauthor(s):  Joon Gyu Choi

    Summary Statement: This is a study on the current status and future challenges of EIA follow-up in Korea. We considered current situation and derived a goal of EIA follow-up and established a strategy to achieve it.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • EIA Guidelines for Thermal Power Plant Projects


    Abstract ID# 20

    Presenting Author: Junho  Maeng |  Coauthor(s):  Eunyoung Kim

    Summary Statement: this study is to formulate EIA guidelines for thermal power plants in order to assess how thermal power plant construction projects influence marine environment and to establish impact reduction plans.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • EIA protocol for deep-sea ecosystems


    Abstract ID# 26

    Presenting Author: Hiroyuki  Yamamoto |  Coauthor(s):  Ryota Nakajima ,   Takehisa   Yamakita ,   Tomohiko Fukushima ,   Tetsuya Miwa

    Summary Statement: The development of EIA protocol and equitable marine management system including deep-sea ecosystems is needed, and it should be based on scientific knowledge and advanced monitoring technology.

    Acceptance Status: approve




    Abstract ID# 44

    Presenting Author: Jianling  Xu |  Coauthor(s):  Hanxi Wang ,   Xiaoxue   Zheng ,   Difu Yao ,   Jing Lv & Yu Zhang

    Summary Statement: carry out the environment risk assessment and prevention countermeasure research of China urban natural gas supply project

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Evaluation of New Unit load of Land Cover for TMDL Program in Korea


    Abstract ID# 33

    Presenting Author: Kwangsik  yoon |  Coauthor(s):  Dongho Choi ,   Woojung   choi ,   Seunghwan Yoo

    Summary Statement: New unit load factors for nonpoint source pollution were tested and tentative results showed that load estimation based on new unit load factor was close to observed one compared to those by old unit load.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Geometric Morphometrics as field survey instrument


    Abstract ID# 66

    Presenting Author: Katherine  Sanchez-escalona

    Summary Statement: Geometric morphometric is an important tool for biodiversity study.

    Acceptance Status: approve




    Abstract ID# 40

    Presenting Author: piyamaporn  doungmontri |  Coauthor(s):  Wassana Loonsamrong

    Summary Statement: to provide recommendations improve health in Environmental Health Impact Assessment

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Hongsa Health Surveillance Start-up and Approaches


    Abstract ID# 18

    Presenting Author: suranee  phusuwan

    Summary Statement: Health surveillance program has been start-up and implemented for community based on planning and process and creating alliances among Project Affected Persons, Government of Laos, and Hongsa Power Company.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • How feasible is an online EIA/SEA system?


    Abstract ID# 59

    Presenting Author: Dick  van Straaten

    Summary Statement: On online EIA/SEA is possible in the future on the base of existing knowledge of impact assessment and environmental information, including assessment of mitigation measures and alternatives.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Hydroelectric plants viability in Brazil


    Abstract ID# 22

    Presenting Author: Andre de Lima  Andrade

    Summary Statement: This poster presents the results of review of processes to assess the environmental viability of hydroelectric plants in Brazil under the responsibility of the federal environmental agency.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • IEMA's EIA Guide to: CC Resilience & Adaptation


    Abstract ID# 61

    Presenting Author: Josh  Fothergill |  Coauthor(s):  James Montgomery ,   Phil   LeGouais ,   Henry LeBrecht

    Summary Statement: The UK's contribution to advancing CC Resilience and Adaptation across EIA practice, access it free at www.iema.net/eia-cc

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Improvement plan for the indoor measurement method of road traffic noise in Korea


    Abstract ID# 39

    Presenting Author: Young Min  Park |  Coauthor(s):  Kyoung Min Kim ,   Kwang Kyu   Kang

    Summary Statement: Suggest the improvement plan for the measurement method of road traffic noise including a proposed amendment of the reflected noise when to perform an environmental impact assessment for the road traffic noise in apartment building.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Invasion of IAPs at Hwangguji River Maintenance Project Sites in Korea


    Abstract ID# 65

    Presenting Author: Sang-Weon  Bang

    Summary Statement: We investigated how and what extent a development project facilitates a chance for IAPs to invade and establish in disrupted grounds, and how to set up counter measures against invasion of IAPs in the EIA procedures.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Landscape Pattern in Xiangning Coalmine Areas


    Abstract ID# 29

    Presenting Author: Ruifeng  Yan |  Coauthor(s):  Wei Li ,   Yayuan   Dong ,   Li Cao ,   Yuanyuan Feng & Zhouxuan Liang

    Summary Statement: This study employed ERDAS2013 to decode the remote sensing images of Xiangning Coal Areataken from 2009 to 2014 to perform the retrospective environmental assessment for potential adjustment.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Long-term monitoring of water quality degradation in the Sagami lake of drinking water resource, Central Japan


    Abstract ID# 16

    Presenting Author: Young-Sik  Ham

    Summary Statement: This research is reporting the water quality degradation in the Sagami lake of drinking water resource in Kanagawa Prefecture and Yokohama City in Central Japan.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Mangrove restoration in the Kwanza river mouth


    Abstract ID# 53

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

    Summary Statement: The results of a mangrove restoration program, undertaken in the Kwanza river mouth, Angola, as an impact mitigation measure of the construction of a touristic resort are presented.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Nuclear power plant decommissioning project EIA


    Abstract ID# 25

    Presenting Author: Hsin-Yi   Lin |  Coauthor(s):  Pei-Yu Huang ,   Shiuan-Hao   Kuo

    Summary Statement: A demonstration: the environmental impact assessment of nuclear power plant decommissioning project in Taiwan.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Quality of EIA system in the Sultanate of Oman


    Abstract ID# 19

    Presenting Author: shamsa  Al Khanjari |  Coauthor(s):  Elsa Joao

    Summary Statement: Ambitious and aims to serve and improve environmental awareness in Oman. Enthusiastic and eager to gain and learn new skills and knowledge. Passionate for environmental sustainability.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Resilience of Golestan National Park After Flood


    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Farahnaz  Sabzevari |  Coauthor(s):  Reza Khalili

    Summary Statement: This paper discusses the resilience of the first National Park of Iran against floods by assessing the location of a transit highway

    Acceptance Status: approve




    Abstract ID# 17

    Presenting Author: Michael  Mackay |  Coauthor(s):  Hamish G. Rennie ,   Tracy   Payne

    Summary Statement: ‘Resilience thinking’ has informed the development of two major rural research programs in New Zealand. We highlight the types of research activities that are currently underway or planned in each.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • SEA for a Spatial Policy Plan for Flanders


    Abstract ID# 64

    Presenting Author: Katrien  Debeuckelaere |  Coauthor(s):  Dick van Straaten

    Summary Statement: SEA is integrated in the preparation process of the Spatial Policy Plan for Flanders. A presentation of how this SEA is integrated.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • SEA linking ecosystem services & spatial planning


    Abstract ID# 48

    Presenting Author: Daniel  Rozas |  Coauthor(s):  Christine Furst ,   Davide   Geneletti

    Summary Statement: This research is conducted in order to explore the common aspects which make possible to connect SEA, ecosystem services and spatial planning

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • seawater contamination assessment of Liaodong Bay


    Abstract ID# 41

    Presenting Author: Jing  Du |  Coauthor(s):  Jinhao Wu ,   Lun   Song ,   Nianbin Wang ,   Zhisong Wang

    Summary Statement: According to this poster, current contamination status of seawater of Liaodong Bay, China can be well understood. Moreover, ecological risk assessment is promoted to assess the contamination level.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Selecting relevant projects /factors in Korean EIA


    Abstract ID# 51

    Presenting Author: Jihoon  Yang |  Coauthor(s):  Sang-il Hwang ,   Sunhwan   Park

    Summary Statement: We recommend that soil texture, soil water content, soil erosion, soil sealing, soil structural degradation and compaction could be used as assessment factors for soil conservation in EIA procedure.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • SESA for Spatial Development Plan in Mozambique


    Abstract ID# 69

    Presenting Author: Deolinda  Mabote Nunes |  Coauthor(s):  Khovete Panguene

    Summary Statement: SESA influences the life of development corridors, from concept to design, implementation and operation, adopting long- term perspective where increasing wealth and well-being based on sustainable use of natural resources.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • SIA for community resilience in the Upper Waitaki


    Abstract ID# 42

    Presenting Author: Nick  Taylor |  Coauthor(s):  Michael Mackay

    Summary Statement: Social and economic impacts of water uses are important for planning and management that achieves resilient community outcomes. Major sectors impact social and economic wellbeing of both residents and visitors.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Social impacts assessment (SIA) of major projects on rural areas


    Abstract ID# 38

    Presenting Author: Mostafa  Ahmadvand |  Coauthor(s):  Sedigheh Ahmadiyan

    Summary Statement: assess social impacts of gas industry development on rural areas in Iran

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Socio-economic assessment of the impacts on livelihoods of pelagic Sagassum species in the coastal waters of Ghana


    Abstract ID# 60

    Presenting Author: Peace  Gbeckor-Kove |  Coauthor(s):  Jewel Kudjuwu ,   Gabriel   Ameka ,   Kweku Degraft –Johnson

    Summary Statement: This poster presentation identifies Sargassum species in the coastal waters of Ghana and assess the socio-economic impact of the presence of the Sargassum species in 36 coastal towns in Ghana.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • The contribution of resilience to adaptation


    Abstract ID# 15

    Presenting Author: Heidelinde  Grüneis

    Summary Statement: Agriculture is particularly vulnerable to climate change. Enhancing resilience, which can mainly be found in “hidden” adaptations, can help in dealing with extreme events as well as with incremental changes.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Toward a Comparative Index of Seaport Climate Risk


    Abstract ID# 13

    Presenting Author: R. Duncan  McIntosh

    Summary Statement: We take a mixed-methods approach to developing a comparative assessment method using quantitative indicators and expert-elicitation to measure the relative climate-risk faced by a sample of seaports.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Traditional Knowledge in Arctic EIA


    Abstract ID# 58

    Presenting Author: Anne  Merrild |  Coauthor(s):  Parnuna Egede

    Summary Statement: To understand the role and function of Traditional Knowledge in Environmental Impact Assessments of extractive activities in the Arctic, an initial screening of EIA reports will provide an overview.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Trial of Environmental Flow Assessment (EFA) in EIA for development of hydropower (HP) in Uganda


    Abstract ID# 45

    Presenting Author: Isa  Kabenge |  Coauthor(s):  Robert Kityo ,   Lammeck   Kajubi ,   Herbert Kalibbala

    Summary Statement: EFA was conducted along with EIA for Ayago Hydropower Project on River Nile. The EFA provided useful information to ensure healthy river ecosystems. Detailed procedure using GIS are presented.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Urban Climate Information System Development


    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Chaeyeon  YI

    Summary Statement: Urban Climate Information System is developing as a tool to assess urban climate modifications caused by urbanization and to support the urban climate friendly decision-making.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Urban SEA for alternatives negotiation in Mexico


    Abstract ID# 67

    Presenting Author: Javier  Clausen |  Coauthor(s):  Juan Palerm ,   Grace   Gomez ,   Marco Gutiérrez ,   Rigoberto Román & Beatriz Marin

    Summary Statement: Triggered by pressing environmental concerns and political strain, the first Mexican SEA will be integrated to a city’s urban planning –championed by local IAIA associates and young practitioners.

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Variability of climatic elements in Nigeria


    Abstract ID# 14

    Presenting Author: Tairu   Salami

    Summary Statement: Areas with excessive rainfall as results of variability are confronted with flooding while areas of low rainfall are confronted with drought

    Acceptance Status: approve


  • Water Quality Simulation of Flood Control Dam


    Abstract ID# 68

    Presenting Author: Han-Jin  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Yong-Moon Jung

    Summary Statement: This study was carried out to simulated the changes of water quality before and after the flood control dam construction using watershed model(HSPF)-reservoir water quality model(EFDC).

    Acceptance Status: approve