This month, IAN says a fond farewell to science communicator Kelly Dobroski. In her tenure at IAN, Kelly worked on a variety of global projects including the ongoing COAST card partnership. Thanks for all you've done, Kelly, and good luck!
Coming up: LENS workshop
The Landscape Exchange Network for Socio-environmental systems (LENS) will have its first workshop in May. LENS is an NSF Research Coordination Network that hopes to support research that integrates the high-resolution remotely sensed data from the NEON Aerial Observation Platform to address socio-environmental research questions. If you want to learn more about LENS visit our website and consider subscribing to our newsletter.
The first LENS workshop will be held at SESYNC in Annapolis, MD, USA from 4–6 May 2022.vRegistration is now closed, but we’ll be posting parts of the event to our website. The workshop will allow participants to take a deep dive into translational ecology, identify data and methods relevant to socio-environmental systems, all while networking and sharing their passion for the interaction between the natural and social worlds.
Coming soon: the International Seagrass Biology Workshop
The 14th International Seagrass Biology Workshop and 2022 World Seagrass Conference will be held at The Graduate Annapolis Hotel in Annapolis, MD, USA from 7–12 August 2022.
This biennial event is the only international meeting tailored specifically to seagrass scientists, professionals, and students. A total of 39 countries were represented at the last two meetings; your sponsorship would allow you to reach professionals and students from all over the world with a wide range of experience and expertise.
Please take a moment to consider sponsoring this exciting event that’s taking place in the U.S. for the very first time. You can opt to simply sponsor the event or attend as an exhibitor. Visit the ISBW14 website for more information on how to become a sponsor.