|New England Estuarine Research Society|
~12:30 p.m. Thursday, October 16 to ~12 p.m. Saturday, October 18
University of Connecticut's Avery Point Campus
Post-meeting field trips will be offered Saturday afternoon.
Important Due Dates:
|August 26 - abstracts due|
|September 10 - student travel award application due|
|September 25 - last day for conference rate at the hotel|
|October 1 - online meeting registration due|
|October 8 - registration payment due to Treasurer|
University of Connecticut, Avery Point campus
local organizers: Jamie Vaudrey, Faith Raymond, Craig Tobias, Amanda Viellard, Michael Whitney
Join us as we venture to the shores of Long Island Sound in Connecticut! We will discuss science, management, and education issues concerning estuarine and coastal ecosystems. Avery Point's location, surrounded on three sides by water, fits well with the campus' marine and maritime mission. This mission includes fulfilling UConn's responsibilities as a Sea Grant institution. Avery Point contributes to the understanding – and solution – of problems relating to the intersection of oceans and people, both through the expertise of the faculty and the education of its students who will help ensure sustainable uses of marine resources and coastal regions and cities.
Special Symposium - Coastal Resilience to Climate Change: Emerging Strategies
Call For Papers - presentation guidelines and submission form.
Registration - fee schedule and submission form.
Students - Presentation prizes and student travel awards.
Business Meeting - The NEERS Business Meeting will be held after the last presentation on Friday afternoon. All meeting participants are encouraged to attend and participate in the discussion.
Program - preliminary version
Abstracts - On-line access to abstracts is not yet available