AMSA Annual Conferences

The AMSA Conference is AMSA's primary event of the year, held in July (usually in the AVCC week) and hosted by a different State each year. Approximately every fourth year, it is held as a joint conference with the New Zealand Marine Sciences Society.

 

Future AMSA Conference Venues
2017Darwin, 2 - 6 July 2017 "Connections through shallow seas"
2018Adelaide in July

 

Past AMSA Conferences

2016 Wellington, New Zealand, Joint NZMSS-AMSA Conference, 4-7 July "Sharing Ocean Resources - Now and in the Future"

2015 Geelong, 5-9 July "Oceans to Estuaries"

2014 Canberra, 6-10 July "Investigating our marine nation"

2013 Gold Coast, 7-11 July, Golden Jubilee "Shaping the future"

2012 Hobart, Joint meeting with NZMSS, 1-5 July "Marine extremes - and everything in between"

2011 Fremantle, 3-7 July "Crossing boundaries"

2010 Wollongong, 4-8 July "New waves in marine science"

2009 Adelaide, 5-9 July "Marine connectivity"

2008 Christchurch, New Zealand, Joint meeting with NZMSS, New Zealand, 6-9 July 

2007 Melbourne, 9-13 July "Marine science in a changing world"

2006 Cairns, 9-13 July "Catchments to coast"

2005 Darwin, 10-13 July "Biodiversity, biodiscovery & biosecurity"

2004 Hobart, 6-9 July 

2003 Brisbane, 10-12 July "Marine biocomplexity"

2002 Fremantle, 10-12 July "Tropical-temperate transitions"

 

[From Bulletins] Earlier Conferences were held at:

2001 Townsville "Changes in the marine environment"
2000 Sydney - University of New South Wales, 11-14 July 
1999 Melbourne - University of Melbourne, 7-9 July 
1998 Adelaide - Stamford Grand Hotel, Glenelg, 8-11 July 
1997 Joint meeting with NZMSS, Auckland, New Zealand, 8-11 July 
1996 Hobart, 10-13 July 
1995 Sydney, University of Technology, 3-6 July 
1994 Townsville (Joint PACON/AMSA/ACRS), 4-8 July 
1993 Victoria - Melbourne
1992 Western Australia - Mandurah
1991 Queensland - Brisbane
1990 No conference
1989 South Australia - Wirrina
1988 New South Wales - Sydney
1987 Queensland - Townsville
1986 Tasmania - Hobart
1985 New South Wales - Grafton
1984 Victoria - Geelong
1983 Western Australia - Mandurah
1982 New South Wales - Sydney
1981 Queensland - Brisbane
1980 South Australia - Stanley
1979 New Zealand - Tutu Kaka
1978 No conference
1977 South Australia
1976 Victoria - Paynesville
1975 Australian Capital Territory - Canberra
1974 Queensland - Tewantin
1973 Western Australia - Rottnest
1972 New South Wales - Sydney
1971 Queensland - Brisbane
1970 Victoria - Parkville
1969 South Australia - Kangaroo Island
1968 Western Australia - Perth
1967 Victoria - Geelong
1966 Queensland - Brisbane
1965 Tasmania - Eaglehawk Neck
1964 Australian Capital Territory - Canberra
1963 Inaugural Meeting Cronulla