Workshop on Development and Use of a Knowledgebase System for ILBM Research

July 11, 2018

WORKSHOP ILBM & LAKES3

Research Centre for Limnology – LIPI (RCL-LIPI) held a workshop on Development and Use of Knowledgebase System for IBLM Research on July 9 – 11, 2018 at RCL-LIPI. This event is a collaboration between International Lake Environment Committee (ILEC) and RCL-LIPI, attended by researchers from RCL-LIPI and Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MOEF)

At the opening of the workshop, Director of Research Center Limnology – LIPI, Dr. Fauzan Ali stated that the workshop is held as a commitment of RCL – LIPI cooperation with ILEC.  In 2016, RCL-LIPI and ILEC with other Indonesian Government Institute have organized WLC (World Lakes Conference) in Bali.
This workshop entitled Integrated Lake Basin Management and LAKES3 database is important for researchers, especially Southeast Asian Limnological Network (SEAL Net) member where RCL-LIPI was acted as secretariat SealNet.  It also responds to the lake problems in ASEAN and the problems of the lake in Indonesia in cooperation with MOEF.  Moreover, Prof. Masahisa Nakamura said that ILEC has cooperated with various universities and institutions in Asia related to the lake.

In this workshop, the participants got material about Integrated Lake Basin Management (ILBM) and Learning Acceleration and Knowledge Enhancement System (LAKES) delivered by Prof. Masahisa Nakamura and Kiyoko Takemoto.

 

-LS

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THA 2019 – International Conference

June 11, 2018


International Conference: Ecology and Biodiversity across Time and Space

March 7, 2018

ICEBATS 2018

VENUE: HOTEL JEN

15 TO 17 AUGUST 2018

Importance of ecological and socioeconomic  roles of aquatic ecosystems.

ICEBATS 2018 is the result of cooperation between SEAL NET, Universiti Sains Malaysia and LIPI forged to address critical issues faced by our societies in the wake of globalization. Major developments have been observed throughout Asia and the South East Asian regions  often at the expense of ecosystems that are already fragile and exposed to frequent large scale human activities. This conference is a platform for researchers, scientists, managers, policymakers and local communities that are determined to find sustainable solutions to preserve natural resources and biodiversity of this unique region.

Please check ICEBATS 2018


Malaysia Ecohydrology Forum 2017

January 1, 2018

December 4, 2017 at Putrajaya Corpoation, Malaysian Ecohydrology Forum has been launched.  Some participants give their lecture in this event.

  • Briefing and Introduction by Hj Akashah (EDFSB)
  • World Lake Management Status – ILEC
  • Transforming the Water Sector in Malaysia – Academy of Sciences Malaysia (ASM)
  • Ecohydrology Management in Agriculture Sector –MADA
  • National Water Balance (NAWAB) Initiative in Malaysia –DID
  • National Lake Research and Blueprint in Malaysia/Translating Water Research into Policy – NAHRIM
  • Capacity Building for IWRM/Ecohydrology in Malaysia – LESTARI
  • Marking the setting up of Lake Management Platform – Malaysian Ecohydrology Chapter – by ALL (PPJ, UKM, NAHRIM, MADA, DID, ASM, ILEC, SealNet)
  • Special speech from Prof. Mashhor as chairman of SealNet

The video of SealNet also was shown at the meeting and promoting the next first meeting of Sealnet at Penang – Malaysia in 2018.


Archipelago Lake Conferenec 2017

September 25, 2017

Archipelago Lake Conferenec 2017 – Gorontalo Regency, Indonesia, September 21 – 23, 2017.

Theme: Inter-diciplinary – Based Lake Ecosystem Rescue


The Indonesian Society of Limnology, Seminar October 30 – 31, 2017

August 27, 2017


Southeast Asian Limnological Network

May 28, 2017

From the “World Lake Conference” (WLC), November 2016 in Bali, one of the results of this event was SEAL-Net as an initiative from Southeast Asian countries who concern to their inland waters.

The establishment of Southeast Asian Limnological Network was based on the fact that there is a a need to promote tropical limnology research and studies to such an extent. Recognition of tropical limnology studies should be as much important as that of subtropical and temperate ones. `

Please check this link SEAL-Net