Sent on behalf of Christine Erbe (c.e...@curtin.edu.au
We are pleased to announce the Fifth International Conference on the
*Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life *(AN2019), which will take place
during the week of 7-12 July, 2019, in Den Haag, The Netherlands. The
conference will follow from, and build upon, the earlier meetings, the
most recent of which took place in Dublin in 2016.
We are very excited about the location and the venue. The meeting will
be held at the Grand Hotel Kurhaus of Scheveningen, a building dating
back to 1884. The hotel presents itself with grandeur and flair. It is
right at the sea with a wonderful beach. The boardwalk features numerous
restaurants and cafes. The venue is easily reached from Amsterdam. It
provides exceptional accommodation, meeting rooms, and places for
At this point we are in the early planning stages and it will be very
helpful for us to have some sense of interest in the meeting from
potential participants. Therefore, we have set up a short online survey
to get your thoughts on the meeting and to keep a list of interested
participants so that we can keep you informed of major progress in
planning. In addition, please share the link with others who might be
interested in attending the meeting: https://goo.gl/xY6BKr
We have also begun to develop the conference website:
Please visit the web site regularly so you will be aware of important
information about the meeting.
Also, both Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/AquaticNoise2019/) and
Twitter (@AquaticNoise) have been set up, so please follow us for updates.
Over the coming months, we will set up our Technical Advisory Board,
raise funds, and develop a tentative program. We will be announcing
calls for papers as well as how to sign up to attend the meeting and
make hotel reservations. We are hoping to have sufficient funding to
provide some support to students and younger colleagues, and so if
anyone knows of (or controls) funding opportunities please contact
Christine Erbe or Joe Sisneros.
Stay tuned and we’re looking forward to welcoming you to another
outstanding meeting on the *Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life* in July,
2019. And, of course, if you have any questions and/or suggestions about
AN2019, please contact any of the organizers.
Christine Erbe, c.e...@curtin.edu.au <mailto:c.e...@curtin.edu.au>
Tony Hawkins, a.hawk...@btconnect.com <mailto:a.hawk...@btconnect.com>
Paul Lepper, p.a.lep...@lboro.ac.uk <mailto:p.a.lep...@lboro.ac.uk>
Art Popper, apop...@umd.edu <mailto:apop...@umd.edu>
Joe Sisneros, sisne...@uw.edu <mailto:sisne...@uw.edu>
Frank Thomsen, f...@dhigroup.com <mailto:f...@dhigroup.com>