The 2024 ECSA Focus meeting will look at the Estuaries and Coasts of North-West England. The area covered will be the Ribble, Morecambe Bay, the West Cumbria Coast and its Rivers, and the Solway Firth including South-West Scotland.
Focus meetings cover a wide range of topics ranging from novel science to nature conservation, recreation and the activities of local special interest groups ... Read full article
ECSA in conjunction with colleagues in Korea, Japan and China will be holding an International Manila Clam Symposium in South Korea from 2nd to 4th June 2024. The event will take place at the Kunsan National University campus in Gansun City and will include a field visit to Gomso Bay tidal flat and off-shore suspended Manila clam culture facility.
Come to the next fascinating and informative instalment of the ECSA Files. Dr. Zuzanna Swirad will talk about the Multi-scale assessment of cliff failure. This is something of interest to anyone who lives in an area where coastal landslips may occur.
Zuzanna is Assistant Professor in the Department of Polar and Marine Research, Institute of Geophysics at the Polish Academy of ... Read full article
ECSA Carlisle meeting FlyerThe 2024 ECSA Focus meeting will look at the Estuaries and Coasts of North-West England, including both sides of the Solway Firth. The area covered will be the Ribble, Morecambe Bay, the West Cumbria Coast and its Rivers, and the Solway Firth including South-...Read more about this event
For anyone interested in fish and fish habitats this report will be of interest. It was commissioned by the Scottish Government, and is co-authored by Anita Franco, an ECSA councillor and independent consultant. The full report can be accessed at https://www.gov.scot/ ... Read full article
Registration is now open for the ReMeMaRe meeting to be held in Scarborough, UK from the 11th-12th June 2023. The Environment Agency of England and Ocean & Coastal Futures Ltd have come together for this year's Coastal and Estuarine Restoration Conference.
The 2023 programme will include five sessions across two days, highlighting current and future opportunities and challenges, ... Read full article