TCS has transitioned from the TCS Bulletin into a blog. The blog will be a bimonthly feature highlighting the same great content from the TCS Bulletin, such as regular features on relevant news about legal issues, legislative action, international events, and coastal management strategies, as well as member updates, student research, and more TCS-focused information. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to contribute content.
TCS Bulletin Archive
Put to use information found in past issues of the quarterly TCS Bulletin (1976-2014), featuring articles on coastal management issues, stories about the organization and student chapters, old news from around the coasts, reports on coastal related legal developments, and TCS meetings, conferences, and events.
Read or download issues from the TCS Bulletin Archive HERE
Coastal Management Journal
TCS Regular Membership and New Professional Member dues includes an online subscription to Coastal Management, the international journal of marine environment, resources, law and society, normally $142/year. Regular Members and New Professional Members will receive an e-mail from Taylor & Francis with instructions on how to access their free online subscription.
Through a long standing special relationship between TCS, CMJ, and its publishers, Taylor & Francis Group, LTD, TCS members are given the opportunity to be published on a theme of interest to coastal managers in periodic special issues of Coastal Management. The special issue theme usually relates to one of the themes of the biennial conference.
Proceedings from past TCS conferences are an excellent way to learn about new ideas, techniques, and research applications in coastal management. All proceedings have been scanned and put online at the National Sea Grant College Program Library at: http://nsgl.gso.uri.edu/libraries/tcs.html