We welcome offers of contributions for presentation at the 2022 Focus meeting being held between 5-8 April. . The theme of this year’s meeting is the Coast and Estuaries of Essex, East Anglia and The Wash. If you would be interested in giving a paper on any relevant topic please send brief details to awith [at] noc [ ... Read full article
In April 2022 ECSA is once again organising one of its popular Focus Meetings. The 2022 meeting will focus on the Coast and Estuaries of Essex, East Anglia and The Wash. These meetings cover a wide range of topics ranging from novel science to nature conservation, recreation and the activities of local special interest groups. The informal atmosphere provides an ideal opportunity for students ... Read full article
ECSA's upcoming 50th anniversary volume 'Challenges in Estuarine and Coastal Science' has been included in the pre-Christmas sale by our publisher Pelagic Publishing. This offers 30% off the full price, so you can pre-order the book for £31.50 rather than £45.00.
Simply enter the discount code CHRISTMAS30 at the checkout to receive 30% off your pre-order. Please note the pffer ends ... Read full article
We are pleased to announce that ECSA 59: Using the best scientific knowledge for the sustainable management of estuaries and coastal seas will take place in San Sebastian, Spain from 5-8 September 2022.
You are invited to propose and convene a special session for ECSA 59. For more details and submission information please click here ...Read more about this event
ECSA's 51st AGM will be held online via zoom on Thursday April 29th at 13.00. All members are invited to attend the AGM. If you wish to attend, please contact the Secretary at gglegg [at] plymouth [dot] ac [dot] uk with your name and ECSA membership number. An agenda is ... Read full article
We are pleased and excited to announce the start of a new webinar series: The ECSA Files!. The webinars will take place on the last Thursday of each month between 1-2pm GMT (UCT), starting 25th February 2021. Our first speaker will be Professor David Paterson (Executive Director of MASTS - the Marine Alliance for Science & Technology Scotland), who will be speaking about “Coastal ... Read full article
Please note that this conference will now be online. The organisers have made the decision in light of the ongoing Covid19 pandemic. Details are not yet finalised, but will posted to the conference website as soon as possible.Read full article