As a member you will have access to the Marine Adaptation Network’s online forum where you can contact other members and develop a specific network or focus group. Our 750+ members consist of nationwide and international government bodies, NGO’s, research scientists, postgraduates, and marine stakeholders which include commercial and recreational fisheries, aquaculture, conservation and tourism.
You will receive:
• Network e-news bulletins, which include notification of Network research grants are made available and other items of interest, including dates for conferences, workshops and graduate schools and updates of events which offer opportunities to engage with the wider research community.
• recently published quarterly bulletin entitled the Marine Adaptation Bulletin (MAB) which focuses on marine adaptation to climate change research. The series includes current articles, project updates, international perspectives, conference highlights and more. Each bulletin focuses on a particular theme relevant to the network, it’s stakeholders and nationwide members.
• recently published topical Information Sheets written by marine researchers, currently working in the field. The Information Sheets are specific to regions in Australia and are aimed at government bodies, NGO’s, and marine stakeholders including commercial and recreational fisheries, aquaculture, conservation, and tourism. < Back
Marine Adaptation Network Membership Demographics
Network membership continues to grow with now more than 750 members nationally split about 50:50 between industry, government/NGO/marine stakeholders and researchers. < Back