The Gulf Estuarine Research Society is a not for profit educational organization for people interested in estuarine and coastal issues centering on the Gulf of Mexico. The fundamental goal is to promote research in the Gulf of Mexico. GERS is a very active research society with a membership of scientists, researchers, and students from universities, agencies and research labs along the Gulf coast.
Thank you to everyone for your participation in GERS 2020 Virtual Meeting and making it a success! We had a great panel of speakers, webinars, and student presentations.
Congratulations to our top undergrad presenters: Jordan Rodrigue, Allison Benelli
And our top graduate presenters: Janelle Goeke, Michaela Livingston, Andrea Jaegge, Meghan McCormack, Anika Agrawal
CERF's 2021 Rising TIDES Conference Program supports students and mentors from groups underrepresented in CERF disciplines. We encourage GERS members to register and encourage promising students to apply. In addition, applicants receive financial support to attend #CERF2021
Apply here by is April 6!
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GERS is an affiliate society of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF).
We encourage you to join and support CERF. CERF members receive great benefits, including access to an international job board and tools for early career scientists to become leaders in their fields. Join or renew your CERF membership today!