Math Geosci (2018) 50:491–493 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11004-018-9749-7 SPECIAL ISSUE 1 2 Eugénio M. Rocha · Francisco Curado Published online: 4 June 2018 © International Association for Mathematical Geosciences 2018 This special issue of Mathematical Geosciences is the outcome of the Mathematics and Engineering in Marine and Earth Problems—MEME’2014 international conference, which was held 21–25 July 2014 in Aveiro, Portugal. This conference was sponsored by the University of Aveiro and organized by Eugénio M. Rocha and Francisco Curado, in the context of the international project “Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013”, which continued in 2014 as “Mathematics of Planet Earth” (MPE). The event was organized with the objective of creating a multidisciplinary forum where mathematicians, engi- neers, and other scientists could meet to identify fundamental research questions and jointly engage in the development of innovative mathematical and numerical tools for the study and exploration of the earth and oceans. The conference included 49 presentations by participants from 14 countries, distributed by eight thematic ses- sions, and featured nine plenary talks by an international panel of leading keynote speakers. The topics discussed included: models of pollutant transport in compacted materials, optimal control for environmentally sustained management of resources in agriculture, modelling and control of
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