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Spring 2022

Together Again!

June 2-4, 2022

Salem State University


Important Dates

April 11 - Abstract Submission Deadline (Poster Abstracts will continue to be accepted until May 5).

May 13Early Registration Deadline & Student Travel Award Application Due

May 15 - Registration Deadline for Purchasing Lunch

TBD - Students Notified re: Travel Awards


Welcome from our Hosts

We are excited to host our first in-person meeting since 2019 back at the site of NEERS founding, Salem State University in Salem, MA! Salem is a historical coastal city on the North Shore of Massachusetts. It was first settled by Europeans in 1626 and was the location of the infamous Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Salem was the birthplace of two famous Nathaniels: Nathaniel Bowditch, author of the New American Practical Navigator, and Nathaniel Hawthorne, author of The House of the Seven Gables, which is located on Derby Street. Now Salem is a favorite tourist destination, with many historic buildings, the Peabody Essex Museum and excellent restaurants. This meeting will be offered in a hybrid format, giving those who cannot attend in person an opportunity to attend virtually.

Meeting Organizers

  • Alan Young, Salem State University (retired)
  • Ted Many, Salem State University
  • Robert Buchsbaum, Mass Audubon (retired), Salem Sound Coastwatch Board
  • Danielle Perry, Mass Audubon
  • Tay Evans, Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries
  • Autumn Oczkowski, US EPA
  • Courtney Schmidt, Narragansett Bay Estuary Program
  • Tristan Taber, Lake Stewards of Maine


Special Symposium

Making Our Estuaries Resilient:

How Are We Responding to Climate Change in New England Estuaries?

Thursday, June 2, 2022, 1:00-5:00pm

Silent Auction

Check out all the great items & experiences available through this year's Silent Auction! The funds raised will help offset the cost of future meetings, especially for students and members who may not always have the financial resources available to attend. Click the button below to visit our silent auction website!

Silent Auction


COVID Information

NEERS is committed to COVID safety at our meetings, and we will follow all CDC guidelines and meet the requirements of Salem State University, our host for the upcoming meeting.

All in-person participants must be vaccinated.  Masks will be optional but recommended. The use of rapid self-tests for all on the first day of the event is strongly encouraged. We will have a limited supply of rapid tests available at registration. Please contact Alan Young, Salem State (see email address below) with any questions about our COVID protocol.


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Meeting Details

Program & Abstracts

Program

Abstracts


Printed copies of the program and book of abstracts will be available at the meeting, one per attendee.

Links to Forms

Check out the "Guidelines for Abstracts and Papers" page BEFORE submitting your abstract and preparing your paper! 

  • Abstract submission form and/or registration form are not currently available.


Contacts for Questions

Meeting-Related Questions

, Salem State University (retired)

Abstracts or Other Program Concerns

, MA DMF or , US EPA

Registration & Travel Awards

, USM

Forms (Abstracts & Registration)

, Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies

Website

, UConn

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