Abstracts Due October 7
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
You are invited to submit one or more abstracts of 300 words or less. All abstracts must be submitted by October 7, 2022, via the online submission form. All expenses involved in preparing and presenting papers are the responsibility of the presenters. All presenters are required to pay registration fees and attend the conference in person.
Submitted abstracts will be subject to peer review, and acceptance emails will be sent in early November.
Accepted abstracts will be compiled, as submitted, into the conference proceedings, so presenters must edit their abstracts before submission.
- Short and Sweet Presentation: Ready to change it up? Submit an abstract to tell your story in 10 minutes or less with minimal use of text. This is your opportunity to be creative and experiment with presentation techniques. Similar topics will be combined to form 60- or 90-minute sessions.
- Traditional Oral Presentation: More of a traditionalist? Submit an abstract to give a 20-minute presentation. Similar topics will be combined to form 60- or 90-minute sessions.
- Tools Showcase: Have a cool online tool to highlight? Submit an abstract to demonstrate a tool interactively to participants.
Abstracts should profile proven approaches that support one or more of these coastal management goals: healthy ecosystems, resilient communities, or vibrant and sustainable economies. Sessions will be organized within the following tracks:
- Coastal Inundation
- Equitable Service Delivery
- Habitat Conservation
- Ocean Planning
- Emerging Technologies
Submit your abstract and information below. If you are unable to access Google Forms or if you have other questions regarding the abstract submission process, please contact Jan Kucklick at Jan.Kucklick@noaa.gov.
The Call for Abstracts has closed.
Please contact Jan Kucklick at Jan.Kucklick@noaa.gov with any questions on a submitted abstract.