Member and Meeting Services
Featuring a special session on “Coastal Cultures Guiding Coastal Sciences”. As the marine sciences have evolved over the years, estuarine scientists have recognized humans as a major player in our coastal environments. Ecosystem-based management decisions without the integration of humans and our impacts are insufficient. Culture, from all walks of life, should be compatible with coastal ecological goals. Thus, our coastal environments represent complex socioecological systems requiring interdisciplinary research in order to conserve them for present and future generations. SEERS is calling for presentations in this special session that address the influence of culture on governing scientific or managing principles such as community resilience, cultural interaction with the biophysical environment, and/or cultural knowledge on practice. Presentations on other research topics related to estuaries and coasts are welcome as always. See the SEERS website for details. Make sure your dues are current and login for member pricing.
SEERS welcomes sponsorships for our semi-annual meetings. One of our top priorities is to encourage participation of student colleagues. Sponsorships allow SEERS to offer reduced registration prices for students and provide travel awards for selected students (who are presenting their research) to participate in the meeting. We offer three paid sponsorship levels with a range of benefits. SEERS may be interested in sponsorships with provision of goods or services to the meeting in lieu of payment: please contact the program chair at email@example.com to discuss arrangements.
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