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
The Charles Boyden Small Grants Fund has a looming application deadline of Monday 1st May. The maximum award is £500, and you must be a current ECSA member to apply. The application form, submission instructions, and terms and conditions are available on the ECSA website at https://ecsa.international/grants ... Read full article
The next ECSA webinar will involve two talks. These are:
What’s hiding in the mud? – Microplastics and Geochemistry of a Managed Realignment Site at Freiston Shore by Gertruda Zieniute of the University of Lincoln
and Monitoring and assessment of salt marsh restoration programmes using remotely sensed and ecological data by Joe Agate of the University of ... Read full article
ECSA's series of webinars on current areas of research re-commences on 31st January 2023. Details of the webinar schedule for spring / summer 2023 can be found below. All webinars will start at 1 pm. Please register your interest by completing the form - link below. A link to the talks will be sent out on the day preceding the talk.
Registration is now open for the ECSA focus meeting "The Coast & Estuaries of Kent, Sussex and Hampshire" to be held at Portsmouth, UK from the 17th to 19th April 2023.
Presentations have already been offered from institutions including National Oceanography Centre, Natural England, University of Brighton, University of Portsmouth and the Zoological Society of London.
This two-day symposium will provide a comprehensive review of the current state of science surrounding habitat connectivity in temperate coastal systems and provide a firm basis for discussion and networking relating to the policy and practical importance of this understanding. It will bring together a varied audience of scientists, policy makers, restoration practitioners and interested...Read more about this event
Venue: Portland Building, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, PO1 3AH, UK
The Estuarine and Coastal Sciences Association will once again be running one of its popular focus meetings. It will focus on the Coast and Estuaries of Kent, Sussex and Hampshire, south-east England. The meeting will cover a wide range of topics ... Read full article