Make plans to join sea turtle researchers, academics, volunteers, and conservationists traveling from Virginia to Texas to attend the 4th Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Meeting!
Meeting in a snapshot . . .
Two Keynote Speakers kick off two full session days featuring special sessions on Changing Climate, Sustainable Beaches, and Science that Supports Conservation and Recovery.
David Helvarg, Executive Director of Blue Frontier, is an award-winning journalist and passionate advocate for ocean conservation as well as the author of six books. David has worked as a war correspondent in Northern Ireland and Central America, covered a range of issues from military science to the AIDS epidemic and reported from every continent including Antarctica.
Nicole Hernandez Hammer, climate science and community advocate at the Union of Concerned Scientists, previously served UCS as a climate outreach consultant and was invited by Michelle Obama to the 2015 State of the Union address. Nicole has given numerous interviews for local and national media, and made an appearance in National Geographic’s television series on climate change: Years of Living Dangerously.
Fancy building, programming and flying an unmanned aerial drone for wildlife conservation research?
How about a closer look at the causes of sea turtle strandings and the latest developments in sea turtle rehabilitation?
Ready to explore a career in the world of sea turtle conservation or learn about political advocacy in advancing sea turtle conservation?
What about addressing the common themes and issues of volunteer groups and the vital role they play in conservation?
SERSTM Exhibitors/Vendors will be set up and ready to sell, share, and educate. The Silent Auction will be in full swing with unique items waiting for your bids. Feel free to donate, bid, and peruse to your hearts content.
The Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Meeting is offering a very special workshop for the first time ever available to the public only. Turtle Ambassadors: How Citizens Can Aid in Sea Turtle Conservation promises to be enlightening and connect the local community with representatives from several organizations skilled in teaching how to be an active participant in sea turtle conservation. Click here to download the flyer! Click here to download the flyer!
You can do all this, and more, at the 2018 Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Meeting. Check out the links below and we’ll see you in Myrtle Beach!
Abstract Submission: http://www.serstm.org/abstracts-posters/
Mission Statement: In order to advance marine turtle knowledge and conservation efforts from Virginia to Texas, the Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Meeting facilitates the presentation and exchange of scientific research from diverse disciplines conducted on the beaches and waters of the southeastern United States.