Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network (AMSN) Conference 2021

 AMSN 2020 has been officially postponed until 2021

We regret to advise that the Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network 2020 Ballina Conference will be postponed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Once the COVID-19 situation improves we will update this notice with information about re-scheduling the conference.

For updates on the University’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak please visit:
scu.edu.au/coronavirus

"Looking back to move forward"

The School of Environment Science & Engineering and Department of Primary Industries Fisheries are proud to host the 6th Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network (AMSN) Conference in Ballina in 2021 (date to be confirmed). 

The AMSN was established to address the management issues that face tidal wetland habitats around the world. The conference will bring together researchers, coastal managers, industry representatives and members of community groups who work across mangrove and saltmarsh landscapes.

The conference theme is ‘looking back to move forward’. We hope to bring together Australian and international colleagues to share their findings, ideas and experiences of studying and managing intertidal wetland systems.

Find out more about the Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network (AMSN).

 

 
Royal Spoonbills - image by Jacob Crisp Royal Spoonbills - image by Jacob Crisp
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