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By becoming an ISROC member, you may have opportunities to attend educational and training events, access to quality-controlled data, and the chance to set directions for understanding past, present, and future coastal inundation.
To join ISROC, you should be:
A researcher in Coastal Boulder Deposits or related topics,
Working in the fields of oceanography; engineering; hydrodynamics; mathematics; wave and tsunami climatology and paleoclimatology; or seismology, and with an interest in Coastal Boulder Deposits or related topics,
A student (graduate, undergraduate, or high school) in the same disciplines with an interest in Coastal Boulder Deposits,
An educator at high school to university level with an interest in this field,
A representative of national, regional, or local government in areas wherever these deposits are found,
Someone else with an interest.
Membership is open without fees to researchers, students, and others interested in Coastal Boulder Deposits and related phenomena.
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