Section 1: Environmental Management - Modelling the transport of sediment and plutonium from the Mururoa lagoon; Interpolating H&R wave overtopping coefficients; Survey of small fisheries in Japan; Modelling of trajectory and fate of spills; Coastal management supported by modelling: optimising the level of treatment of urban discharges into coastal waters; A refined three-dimensional layer-integrated model of flows in estuarine and coastal waters. Section 2: Environmental Impact Assessment - Gravel beach swash zone dynamics; Web-based pollution monitoring system for the Lake Ohrid; Preliminary studies on environmental impact of cage aquaculture in Canary Islands. Section 3: Harbours, Ports and Marinas - Air pollution prediction by artificial neural networks; Modelling of pollution transport in the marine environment of Sakhalin shelf. Section 4: Oil Slicks and Spills - Toxicity screening, assessment, and reduction of tannery wastewater; Numerical modelling of tidal propagation in the Severn Estuary using a depth-adapted non-orthogonal grid; Prediction of storm impacts and shoreline retreat induced by hypothetical storms on open coastlines; Numerical simulations of an oil spill accident in Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Section 5: Erosion and Drift - Effect of turbulence on tidal suspended transport; Simulations to examine the effect of enhanced turbulence levels on bed load transport; Liquefaction analysis using a three-dimensional numerical model for the determination of pore pressure in a seabed; Combatting nutrient spillage in the Archipelago Sea - a model system for coastal management support. Section 6: Sediment Transport - Three-dimensional model of dispersion of mercury in marine environment; Control and protection of marine environment by Acitrezza town sewage; Sediment transport in the Barra Nova Inlet, Portugal. Section 7: Remote Sensing - Environmental management instruments:topics for atmospheric pollution control strategy; Analysis of spatio-temporal fluctuations of East China Sea fishery resources using GIS. Section 8: Pollution Studies - Measurement of hydrodynamic conditions, sediment transport and bed morphology in a tidal inlet; A numerical modelling study of the impact on the sediment regime of a proposed Marina at Haifa; Predictive modelling of hydrodynamics and marine water quality: three applications along the South African coastline; 3D model system for hydrodynamics, eutrophication and nutrient transport; Laboratory simulation of ocean surface circulation in the Canary Islands area: application to pollutant transport prediction. Section 9: Hydrodynamics and Transport Modelling - Mathematical and numerical modelling of eutrophication process in Masan Bay, Korea; Investigation of current pattern and dispersion of the organic pollutants in urban-reservoirs; Quantification of WwTW UV dose rates for long sea outfalls by means of coastal hydrodynamic modelling; Optimisation of Split/Solin sewerage system; Mechanisms of water exchange at the platform edge of oceanic islands; A simplified approach to photochemical box model meteorological data input; Sedimentological analysis of deposits due to combination of strong rain floods and wave erosion: Case of Albunol Delta, Granada, Spain; Environmental impact assessment of Marennes-Oleron bay: operational mathematical modelling and GIS; Using bioassays for testing seawater quality in Greece. Section 10: Water Quality Issues - How to protect our coasts - main results from the OPCOM project; Operational modelling for coastal zone management (OPCOM) - goals, results, recommendations and still open questions; Disturbances: their role in shaping coastal environments.