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International Symposium on the Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans
Washington, D.C.
June 4-8, 2018

 
The symposium brings together experts from around the world to better understand climate impacts on ocean ecosystems. Sessions will highlight the latest information on how oceans are changing, what is at risk, and how to respond. For more information, visit
meetings.pices.int/meetings/international/2018/climate-change/Background.


National Marine Educators Association Conference
Long Beach, California
July 15-20, 2018


Nearly 500 educators from high schools, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies come together to learn and share. Working around the theme “Charting a Course for Conservation,” the conference covers topics that promote awareness and education about the global marine environment. For more information, visit www.marine-ed.org/page/2018Conference.


International Conference on Coastal Engineering
Baltimore, Maryland
July 30-August 3, 2018


The conference will provide an opportunity to learn from and network with coastal engineers, researchers, academics, and scientists from around the globe. Topics for presentations include hydrodynamic processes, sediment processes, and coastal and estuarine structures. For more information, visit www.icce2018.com.


Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference
Columbia, South Carolina
September 17-19, 2018


Building resilience—the ability to adjust easily to or recover from a stress or change—is the focus. The conference will provide a platform to share experiences, tools, resources, and expertise to foster real-world solutions for climate adaptation in the Carolinas. For more information, visit www.cisa.sc.edu/ccrc.


South Carolina Water Resources Conference
Columbia, South Carolina
October 17-18, 2018


The conference provides a forum for discussion of water policies, research projects, and water management. Sessions will focus on how advances in water science and policy during the past 10 years are expected to impact the ongoing challenge of providing water resources to sustain the state’s economy. For more information, visit www.clemson.edu/public/sc_water_resources/index.html.


National Coastal Conference
Galveston, Texas
October 30-November 2, 2018


The American Shore and Beach Preservation Association’s annual conference promotes science-based policies for protection of coastal areas. The theme in 2018 is “Resilient Shorelines for Rising Tides,” reflecting the need to plan for sea-level rise throughout coastal and estuarine systems. For more information, visit asbpa.org/conferences/.


National Summit on Coastal and Estuarine Restoration and Management
Long Beach, California
December 8-13, 2018


The summit organized by Restore America’s Estuaries will explore issues in coastal restoration. Plenary sessions and workshops organized around the theme “Investing in Our Coasts: Environment, Economy, Culture” will be enhanced by field sessions and a community restoration event. For more information, visit www.estuaries.org/2018-summit-general-info.


National Council for Science and the Environment 2019 Annual Conference
Washington, D.C.
January 8-9, 2019


The conference will offer opportunities to integrate science, education, business, and policy in efforts to advance resilience in natural, built, cyber, and social infrastructure. Presentations will focus on research findings, policy solutions, and finance mechanisms. For more information, visit www.ncseconference.org.


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