How to join igcp 725

1. Join our listserv and become a formal project member

Join our listserv to keep up to date on upcoming events, special initiatives, and project notifications. Email with your name, email address, and institution to be added.

2. Participate in our upcoming meetings and events

Over the next five years (2021-2026), the Team Leaders have a series of activities planned to foster the integration of stratigraphic data and/or direct observations of coastal change with numerical models to fore- and hind-cast coastal behaviour. Join our listserv and follow us on Twitter for updates regarding upcoming annual meetings, fieldtrips, workshops, and conference sessions.

3. Acknowledge IGCP 725 in your publications and projects

To highlight the work of project participants, we are maintaining a list of publications with IGCP 725 acknowledgements. Please consider adding the following statement to the acknowledgement section of any papers you publish:

"This work is a contribution to IGCP Project 725 ‘Forecasting Coastal Change'."

Doing so is a requirement for funding agencies that help subsidise our annual meetings and fieldtrips. Notify us of your published work with IGCP 725 acknowledgement and we will advertise your work via our Twitter page and will add your contributions to our Publications database on the IGCP 725 website.

4. Use IGCP 725 to help advertise your coastal initiatives

We can help advertise and disseminate information to the global IGCP 725 community via our annual meetings and workshops, our ever-expanding listserv, which includes coastal scientists from over 70 countries, and through Twitter. Do you have an upcoming coastal themed conference session, field trip, or seminar? Let us know and we can help you get the word out.

5. Follow us on Twitter

Follow @IGCP725 for regular updates.

6. Questions/Feedback/Suggestions?

Contact one of the Team Leaders with any questions, feedback, or suggestions you have. Interested in organizing a meeting, workshop, etc., under the IGCP 725 banner? Let us know!