Coastal Carolina University is accepting applications for a Volunteer Monitoring Coordinator in the Burroughs and Chapin Center for Marine and Wetland Studies’ Environmental Quality Laboratory. This facility conducts research and monitoring in the coastal and inland waters of northeastern South
This position will participate in the Indian River Lagoon Observatory (IRLO), a multi-disciplinary research program to investigate the ecological relationships in the Indian River Lagoon (IRL) and how they are impacted by natural and human-induced stressors. This scientist will work
Directions to the UNCW Center for Marine Science as well as parking and Friday shuttle information can be found on the Next Meeting page.
A summary schedule of session and event times for the spring meeting is available on the Next Meeting page.
Join CERF in Mobile, Alabama on 3–7 November, 2019, as we endeavor to connect science and society in the collective goals of preserving coastal and estuarine habitats, resources, and heritage. Collaborate and discuss with more than 1,700 scientists and researchers
Registration is closed for the Spring 2019 SEERS meeting, to be held Thursday, March 7, through Saturday, March 9, 2019. We hope to see you there! All sessions will be held at UNCW’s Center for Marine Science. The meeting theme will
The Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation is now accepting abstracts for the CERF 2019 25th Biennial Conference. CERF encourages oral or poster presentations related to the conference theme “Responsive|Relevant|Ready” as well as new findings within CERF’s traditional scientific, educational, and
SEERS has arranged for block rates at two Wilmington-area hotels. See our Next Meeting page for rates, links, and phone numbers. Make your reservations by Feb. 14, 2019.
Our plenary speaker on Thursday evening will be Jessica Whitehead, the coastal communities hazards adaptation specialist for North Carolina Sea Grant. She assists coastal users with integrating information about resilience to coastal weather and climate hazards into their decision-making processes.
Registration is now open for the Spring 2019 SEERS meeting, to be held Thursday, March 7, through Saturday, March 9, 2019. All sessions will be held at UNCW’s Center for Marine Science. The meeting theme will be the “Art of Resilience.”As
Calling all artists! SEERS anticipates the launch of our new Student Estuarine EDucation (SEED) fund at our 2019 Spring meeting. However, we are in need of a logo to represent this award, which will be granted to help student research.
We thank you for your patience as we worked with our local hosts in Wilmington, NC to get the details of our 2019 Spring meeting finalized after the effects of Hurricane Florence. We are pleased to announce that the meeting
SEERSians, As you know, Hurricane Florence came roaring on shore near our Fall Meeting location, and the campus of UNC-Wilmington has suffered some damage. We know many folks are in recovery mode, and our thoughts are with you. For these
Wilmington, NC, the location for our upcoming meeting, has been greatly impacted by Hurricane Florence. We will be assessing meeting plans as soon as possible so stayed tuned for updates. If you are looking for ways to help in the
Registration and abstract submission is now open for our 2018 Fall Meeting to be held at the Center for Marine Science at the University of North Carolina – Wilmington on November 1-3, 2018. Dr. Devon Eulie, Assistant Professor of Natural
As we begin our preparations for the Fall meeting in Wilmington, our thoughts are with those who are also preparing for Hurricane Florence. Our livelihoods and location make our community particularly vulnerable to these storms. To all who will be
Two hotel blocks have been reserved at special rates for the 2018 Fall meeting. See the Next Meeting page for details and reserve by October 2018.
We are in the process of transferring this website between hosting companies. Login using your Wild Apricot credentials to view the Job Listings may not work for a few days. We are aware of the problem and will fix it
SEERS welcomed two new board members at the 2018 Spring meeting. Enrique Reyes joined as President-Elect and Frank Lopez joined as Member at Large. Jessica Reichmuth stayed on to serve a second term as Program Chair. Welcome to the new