The World Seagrass Association is a global network of scientists and coastal managers committed to research, protection and management of the world’s seagrasses. The idea for the association has its genesis in a keynote address by Professor Ronald Phillips at the Third International Seagrass Biology Workshop in 1998.
Our members come from many countries and include leading scientists in marine and seagrass biology. The association supports training and information exchange and raises global awareness of seagrass science and environmental management issues.
Online membership registration and dues payments are currently unavailable — if you have any enquires regarding new or ongoing membership please contact the WSA Secretary by email.