Due to the impacts of Covid-19, the 14th International Coral Reef Symposium (ICRS), which was originally scheduled for July 2020, will now take place at the Exhibition and Conference Center in Bremen (Germany), in July 2021.
Due to the complexities involved moving such a large conference a year later, the organisers have listed a number of considerations for attendees, including those who may have already submitted abstracts. All this information can be found on the ICRS 2020/2021 homepage.
ICRS is the leading global conference on coral reef science, management and conservation, sanctioned every four years by the International Coral Reef Society (ICRS).
The ICRS regularly brings together more than 2,500 of the world's leading coral reef scientists, early career researchers, conservationists, policy makers and reef managers to present the latest research findings and exchange current knowledge fundamental in advising international and national policies in the conservation and sustainable use of coral reefs.
the overarching theme of this iteration's event is Tackling the Challenging Future of Coral Reefs.
Find out more on the website via the link below.