Japan - Korea and WWN meeting

Some of the WWN Committee members met in Nagoya, Japan at the end of October at a meeting organised by RamsarNet Japan and South Korean colleagues.  It gave us the chance to update on WWN's activities, as well as to start planning for activities leading up to the next Ramsar COP.  The group reviewed our approach and served to reinvigorate the strategy planning process, under the new chair Louise Duff.  Existings member Minoru Kashiwagi, Felipe Velasco and Chris Rostron also attended, with enthuisastic support from Japanese and Korean colleagues, and invaluable input from Lew Young, Ramser Senior Regional Advisor for Asia.

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1 response to 'Japan - Korea and WWN meeting'

Vicente Santiago-Fandino says

I am an invited scientist at the International Lake Environment Committee Foundation -ILEC;Japan (http://www.ilec.or.jp/en/). I don't live in Japan, I am interested in the impacts that the 2011 tsunami had on Tohoku's coastal wetlands i.e. coastal lagoons, lakes and the like, but unfotunatelly I have not found much information in English other than for rice field which are not the target of my studies. I would very much appreciate any help to find info or contact persons for the purpose (thank you). You may find the publications which I have been editing with others in the following Springer site: http://www.springer.com/gp/search?query=Vicente+Santiago-Fandiño&submit=Submit

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