AERS Spring Meeting: Coastal and Estuarine Science in a Changing Climate

Estuaries and coasts are extremely sensitive to climate change, including environmental and socioeconomic impacts. Atlantic Estuarine Research Society (AERS) scientists have spent countless hours monitoring, modelling, and assessing Mid-Atlantic environments and trying to determine solutions for coastal vulnerabilities. Not only is our atmospheric climate changing, but our social one as well. We also invite presentations highlighting the knowledge, perspective, and expertise that comes with a diverse and inclusive community. Join us March 23-25 at Monmouth University for an exciting meeting focusing on the importance of coastal and estuarine science in a changing climate.

Special session: Potential Impacts of Offshore Renewable Energy on Estuarine and Coastal Ecosystems

This special session aims to cover key concepts of marine renewable energy, such as offshore wind and oscillating water columns, development processes and monitoring plans, as well as potential ecological and socioeconomic impacts.



Monmouth University
400 Cedar Avenue
West Long Branch, NJ 07764

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