[SAVE THE DATE] United Kingdom Coastal Research Conference

Crantock Beach, Cornwall

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    University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA

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The University of Plymouth Coastal Processes Research Group (CPRG) in partnership with the National Network of Regional Coastal Monitoring Programmes (NNRCMP) are pleased to announce the first UK Coastal Research Conference to be held in July 2023 in Plymouth.
This conference will be to showcase and celebrate the coastal research being undertaken within the UK. Principally focused on UK academics, organisations and institutions working on UK coastal science, we also welcome research using overseas case studies that are of relevance to the UK. The conference will highlight the current state of knowledge and the research that is being undertaken to address coastal issues. The central themes are:
  • Coastal processes in the UK
  • Innovation in coastal research
  • Coastal data access and applications 
  • Applied research and FCERM (flood and coastal erosion risk management).
We envisage this conference will support greater collaboration, knowledge exchange, wider impact generation and showcase the work being done in the UK. We envisage the conference to start a wider conversation about more national coastal research strategies to support research funders and institutions deliver for our coasts, and that this will be the first of many.
We are planning a three-day event on 4–6 July 2023 to be hosted at the University of Plymouth.
The conference will include:
  • two full days of talks
  • poster sessions
  • a conference dinner
  • training workshops
  • site visits
  •  …and more!
Target audience: academics, industry, coastal practitioners and local authorities.
Further information will be added to this page nearer the time.
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