Following the postponement of the AGM last month due to the extraordinary circumstances we find ourselves in, the meeting will now be held remotely using an electronic platform (zoom) from 1-2pm on Thursday the 14th May 2020. All members are welcome to attend. To join the meeting you must send an email to the ECSA secretary by Tuesday the 12th May 2020, including your name and membership ... Read full article
Unfortunateley, due to the Coronavirus epidemic, we must postpone the ECSA AGM, which was due to be held at Plymouth on the 2nd April. We will provide further information on a new date, when the public health situation becomes clearer.Read full article
ECSA Council have agreed to hold an open competition to explore whether the current ECSA logo should be refreshed or replaced*. Consequently, this year, the Annual Photo Competition is to be replaced by the ‘ECSA Logo Competition’.
The ECSA Logo Competition is open to all ECSA members. Entries are ... Read full article
ECSA has just introduced new, reduced rate membership fees for annual and student members for countries on the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development) DAC (Development Assistance Committee) list of lower income countries. ECSA wishes to make access to membership easier for applicants from these countries, and welcomes new applicants. For further information please go to ... Read full article
We are looking for expressions of interest for a host organisation for our 2021 ECSA Focus Meeting. The ECSA Focus Meetings are based on a specific geographic area, theme or topic and are usually held in March/April of the qualifying year.
Please email your expression of interest or any questions you may have to ... Read full article
"Marine Protected Areas - Science, Policy and Management" by John Humphreys, Portsmouth Institute of Marine Sciences and Robert W.E.Clark of the Southern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority has just been published. The book follows on from the ECSA local meeting held at Poole, Dorset in May 2019, and is published by Elsevier.
The 9th EUROLAG conference on coastal lagoons and transitional environments will be held in the historic island of Venice (Italy) on 20-24 January 2020. The five day conference is devoted to science, research and management issues that are related to lagoons and transitional areas.
The conference is being organized by the Institute of Marine Sciences (ISMAR) of the Italian National...Read more about this event
The Environment Agency held a REACH (Restorating Estuarine & Coastal Habitats in the North East Atlantic) conference at the Natural History Museum in London on the 16th July 2019. Outputs from this, including pdfs of presentations are now available here ... Read full article