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Report of the 4th NOWPAP POMRAC Focal Points Meeting

NOWPAP POMRAC Focal Points Meeting (4th 2006 Qingdalo, China)

Report of the 4th NOWPAP POMRAC Focal Points Meeting

25-26 April 2006, Qingdao, China

by NOWPAP POMRAC Focal Points Meeting (4th 2006 Qingdalo, China)

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Published by Izd-vo "Dalʹnauka" in Vladivostok .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Air quality management,
  • Marine pollution,
  • Air,
  • Environmental monitoring,
  • Congresses,
  • Environmental protection,
  • Coastal zone management,
  • Pollution

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[otvetstvennye redaktory, A.N. Kachur, S.I. Kozhenkova]
    ContributionsKachur, A. N., Kozhenkova, S. I., United Nations Environment Programme. Northwest Pacific Action Plan. Pollution Monitoring Regional Activity Centre
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGC1471 .N69 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination101 p. :
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25016987M
    LC Control Number2010377012

    IOC/SC-WESTPAC-XII/ page 1 I. Project 1. DNA Taxonomy and Recruitment Monitoring of the Coral Reef Marine Organisms II. Project objectives and expected outputs/outcomes l To enhance national and regional capacity for species iden tification and genetic analysis l To establish a genetic marker called DNA barcode for each species as a standard. Point Meetings, FPM At the 7th IGM in March it was agreed to establish a Focal Point Meeting (FPM) alongside each RAC to evaluate their activities and give them advices. The FPM has been organized once a year with focal points representing the member countries.

    Nutrient enrichment and eutrophication is one of the four priority transboundary problems addressed in the strategic action plan, and it is the focal point of Chapter Chapter describes four ecological quality objectives and corresponding sub-ecological quality objectives that can be used to address these priority areas of concern and. Meeting the Challenge of Global Threats comprises a major portion of the U.S. National Science and Technology Councils recently published National Security Science and Technology Strategic Plan. Relevant portions of this and other key documents are provided in the last section of this book.

    Strengthening Governance for Environment and Sustainable Development: The potential for a capacity and information exchange platform in Asia-Paci c 25 However, the situation has now reached the. A/68/71 3 I. Introduction 1. In paragraph of its resolution 67/78, the General Assembly decided that, in its deliberations on the report of the Secretary-General on oceans and the law of the sea, the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea (“the Informal Consultative Process”) would focus its discussions at its fourteenth meeting on the File Size: 30MB.


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Report of the 4th NOWPAP POMRAC Focal Points Meeting by NOWPAP POMRAC Focal Points Meeting (4th 2006 Qingdalo, China) Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Fourth NOWPAP POMRAC Focal Points Meeting Qingdao, China, April Report on the activities of NOWPAP Pollution Monitoring Regional POMRAC activities. Report of the activities of POMRAC in – September was made during the 3rd POMRAC Focal Point Meeting ( October,Vladivostok, Russia).

REPORTS: 7 Radio Street, Vladivostok, Russian Federanion. Tel/Fax: (7- ) Report of the 5 th NOWPAP POMRAC Focal Points Meeting: Report of the 6 th NOWPAP POMRAC Focal Points Meeting with back-to-back Working Group (WG1, WG2, ICARM WG).

The 12th NOWPAP POMRAC Focal Points Meeting was held during 4 - 5 September in Busan, Republic of Korea with participation of POMRAC Focal Points (FPs) of the NOWPAP member states, representatives of NOWPAP RCU, MERRAC, and CEARAC.

Fourth NOWPAP Intergovernmental Meeting. DINRAC was designated to function as the Secretariat for NOWPAP/1 and the NOWPAP/1 Coordinating Working Group (CWG) and took on the responsibilities as defined in its Terms of Reference. The NOWPAP DINRAC Focal Points Meetings (FPM) have been held since its first meeting in Shanghai, China in 4.

the Seventh IGM to establish the fora of the RAC’s Focal Points, the CC for NOWPAP/3 evolved to become the CEARAC Focal Points Meeting. At the First CEARAC Focal Points Meeting (Toyama, February ), the main issues needed to be focused on by Working Group 4 were defined.

NOWPAP Programme Officer, Mr. Ning LIU, presented the Progress Report from NOWPAP RCU. His presentation summarizedadopted terms of reference of RAP MALI Focal Points Meeting, NOWPAP’s contributions to international global and regional effo and follow-up rts and review of SDG 14 through the Regional Seas programmes.

Focal Points and experts of the NOWPAP Members, namely, China, Japan, Korea and Russia participated in the 3rd NOWPAP POMRAC Focal Points Meeting. Coordinator of NOWPAP RCU Toyama Office and representatives of DINRAC, CEARAC and MERRAC also participated in the meeting.

The full list of participants is attached to the present report as Annex 1. NOWPAP PoW presented in this document follows the decisions made by the Focal Points Meeting (FPM) of each RAC and the Marin Litter Focal Points Meeting held in Table 1 below shows the cumulative total NOWPAP budget for biennium with a.

The report of the meeting has been published and distributed to all NOWPAP members by the Director of POMRAC. The First Focal Point Meeting for POMRAC has defined provisional directions of work for WG1 and WG2.

2) Working group 1 Possible Tasks of Atmospheric Deposition WG are. THE SEVENTEENTH NOWPAP MERRAC FOCAL POINTS MEETING & THE NINTH COMPETENT NATIONAL AUTHORITIES MEETING FOR NOWPAP REGIONAL OIL AND HNS SPILL CONTINGENCY PLAN (Daejeon, Republic of Korea, June ) REPORT OF THE MEETING Background 1.

The Action Plan for the Protection, Management and Development of the Marine and. Narębski Point, or “Penguin Village” located near the King Sejong Station designated as an ASPA, pursuant to the Protocol (') As of Julythere are a total of 34 MOUs on the environment with foreign organizations that have been agreed upon or have come into effect, including MOUs on the conservation of biodiversity.

sharing; Reports of the 16th and 17th NOWPAP DINRAC Focal Point Meetings prepared. 25, 25, 50, RAP MALI Data uploaded to NOWPAP DINRAC website; Marine litter related WebGIS system developed. 4, 4, 9, TO, DINRAC will continue to maintain and update the database on the thematic data.

Following the approval of the Seven IGM to establish the fora of the RAC’s Focal Points, the CC for Activity NOWPAP/3 evolved to become the CEARAC Focal Points Meeting.

In the First CEARAC Focal Point Meeting, the main issues needed to be focused on by Working Group 4 were defined. Agenda item 5 (d): Report of the Director of POMRAC 9 Agenda item 7: Approval of the Terms of References for the RAC Focal Points Meetings 10 Agenda item 8: Report of the Executive Director – Part 2: 10 Agenda item 8 (a): Budgetary summary and status of NOWPAP Trust Fund He is also a focal point at the CEARAC and POMRAC activity centers of UNEP NOWPAP.

He received his PhD in marine geochemistry from Shirshov’s Institute of Oceanology, Moscow. His main interests include the biogeochemical processes in the estuaries and adjacent coastal waters, and the research on the contamination of the aquatic and.

Report on the Activities of NOWPAP Pollution Monitoring Regional Activity Center (POMRAC) in and (uploaded on 27 December ) Download UNEP/NOWPAP IG. 24/5 rev 0. List of Participants for the Fourth NOWPAP Working Group 3 and 4 Joint Meeting People’s Republic of China Mr.

Xiaofeng KANG Focal Point of CEARAC> Engineer Comprehensive Department China National Environmental Monitoring Center RoomNo.8(2) DaYangFang, Chaoyang District, Beijing,People’s Republic (NOWPAP POMRAC.

Second Focal Points Meeting (FPM) and we cannot avoid these two targets. The CEARAC Secretariat added that the compiling the National Report is a two-year-project inand since the Guideline was already adopted in the Second FPM, the meeting should focus on these two targets at hand.

Vladimir Shulkin is a Head of Geochemical Lab in the Pacific Geographical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Far Eastern Branch. He is also a focal point of the NOWPAP POMRAC (Northwest Pacific Action Plan, Pollution Monitoring Regional Activity Center) – one of the UNEP Regional Seas programs.

The Fourth IGM (Beijing, April ) adopted the proposal for the second phase of the implementation of NOWPAP, in which the establishment of Coordinating Committee (CC) was expected as an outcome for the Activity NOWPAP/3.

Resolution 1 of this meeting requested the NOWPAP Members to designate relevant. RAC’s Focal Points, the CC for Activity NOWPAP/3 evolved to become the CEARAC Focal Points Meeting. In the First CEARAC Focal Point Meeting, the main issues needed to be focused on by the Working Group 4 were defined.

Hereinafter, Remote Sensing means space-based remote sensing technologies for ocean environmental monitoring. The Fourth Focal.Secretariat, focal points and authorities Generally, a multilateral treaty will contain provisions for establishing and defining the functions of treaty institutions.

This encompasses a secretariat and related national or regional institutions (Focal Points or competent authorities, see ). Compliance, communication and reporting.Each National Government Focal Point Agency will appoint and fund a National Focal Point.

The National Focal Point will be a senior official, capable of making high-level day-to-day decisions on behalf of the National Government Focal Point Agency.

Detailed Terms of Reference are set out in Annex III.