Information for coastal experts
Current Information on Coastal and Marine Management
The availability and access to current information is of central importance for the sustainable development and management of our coasts and seas. The Coastal Union Germany has the goal to promote the transfer of information between and inside the various coastal and marine actors. On the following pages you can find information on how EUCC-D accomplishes this goal. We welcome any comments and suggestions that you have.
Overview of the information offered for coastal experts
The Küsten Newsletter
This free bi-monthly newsletter offers coastal information on support programs, political developments, project prgoress, and relevant national and international publications. The Küsten Newsletter had more than 1300 subscribers and over 5000 downloads within the first two weeks of its publication.
Here you can find the following publications as well as links to other coastal publications.
- Meer & Küste: A high quality magazine designed for coastal professionals but also to be generally understandable and inform about the current state, problems, and developments along our coasts and seas.
- Coastline Reports: A journal for publishing documentation and results of your projects.
- Coastal & Marine Magazine: This quarter-yearly magazine has short reports on current developments in coastal disciplines. It currently has over 2700 international subscribers.
- Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning & Management: An international journal with peer-reviewed articles on coastal and marine science.
EUCC Coastal Databases
The thematic databases of EUCC–Germany comprise the main tool that we use to make coastal information readily available. Our target groups are scientsts, coastal professionals, students, and interested coastal residents. Our databanks are used by an increasingly growing number of partners.
Access to the databases