Southeastern Estuarine Research Society
A non-profit educational organization dedicated to the informal exchange of interdisciplinary information related to estuaries of the southeastern United States. SEERS promotes discussion of estuarine research, science, and management; promotes discussion of current research projects and management issues; and encourages participation of student colleagues. SEERS membership is largely, but not exclusively, from the states of NC, SC, GA and FL. SEERS typically meets twice per year, including the biennial CERF Conference. SEERS is an affiliate society of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation.
Registration Closed, Meeting Details Online
Registration for the Spring 2015 SEERS meeting is now closed. Additional meeting details including the schedule, final program, and presentation guidelines will be posted on the Next Meeting page as they become available. We hope to see you in Jacksonville!
Thanks to our 2015 Spring Meeting Sponsors
2015 Spring Meeting: SAVE THE DATE!
2015 Spring Meeting
DATE: March 12-14, 2015
LOCAL HOSTS: Quinton White (Jacksonville University) and Nikki Dix (Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve, University of North Florida)
Details will be posted on the Next Meeting page as plans develop.
Thanks to our 2014 Fall Meeting Sponsors
Welcome New Board Members for 2014
SEERS is pleased to announce that, following elections this spring, the new President-Elect is Erik Smith of the Baruch Marine Field Laboratory in Georgetown, SC and the new Program Chair is Loren Mathews of Georgia Southern University. Nikki Dix of the GTM NERR has agreed to serve as Member-at-Large. Congratulations to Erik, Loren, and Nikki, who will join other SEERS Governing Board members for their two-year terms of service.
On behalf of all the members of SEERS, I thank outgoing Program Chair Carla Curran, outgoing Member-at-Large Ed Proffitt, and outgoing Past President Denise Sanger for their unselfish work on behalf of our society. They have contributed greatly to SEERS. Former President Bob Virnstein now moves to the Past President position for another two years on the Board.
Geno Olmi, SEERS President