With the 6th Queensland Coastal Conference due in September, now is the time to consider your theme and to submit your abstract. The conference, which is run jointly by the Australian Coastal Society, Reef Catchments, and the Queensland Coastal Conference steering committee, is encouraging people to share their experience, research, or their current work as related to all aspects of coastal management. This includes tourism, community engagement, policy planning, science, engineering and natural resource management.
When submitting your abstract you should chose which stream suits you best, Learning from the Past, Looking to the Future, or Celebrating Our Successes.
You can nominate to be considered for one of four presentation modes, oral, poster, five minute, or workshop.
Submissions close on 31 March and, following a peer review process, authors will be notified in May.
The conference, which will be held at Lure Abell Point Marina in Airlie Beach from September 4 to 7 has a theme, Queensland Coastal Conference – Ten Years in the Making.