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As of the start of 2017, the brand new EAAM member area is open for registrations from existing and new EAAM members. The registration is a simple process that won’t take you more than a few minutes. Simply fill out the form below with your details and submit the form to us. Upon receiving your Membership request, it will be reviewed and you will receive a notification indicating that your Membership has been approved or that we need more information before granting you an account. Once you receive your approval notification, you may then access the Member Area, gaining access to a growing document library, the membership directory as well as the EAAM discussion forum.

Please see below the different Membership levels and their benefits

  • Have a reduced annual fee:
    • Full Members: €49 (was €60);
    • Associate Members: €39 (was €60);
    • Student Members: €24 (was €45);
  • Continue to have reduced fees to attend the EAAM Annual Symposia;
  • Have access to the Members’ special area at the new EAAM website;
  • Continue to have free online access to scientific journal “Aquatic Mammals”;
  • Receive an extra copy of the EAAM book “The Marine Mammal Contribution – a path with a past and a future” to offer at your discretion.

If you are a former EAAM Member and would like to regain your Member status, you can receive, starting of 2010:

  • Access to the reduced fees to attend the EAAM Annual Symposia;
  • Access to the Members’ special area at the new EAAM website;
  • Free online access to scientific journal “Aquatic Mammals” during your membership;
  • A free copy of “The Marine Mammal Contribution – a path with a past and a future” for yourself;
  • A second free copy of “The Marine Mammal Contribution – a path with a past and a future” to offer to someone of your choice.

If you are considering becoming an EAAM Individual Member, we can offer you:

  • Free online access to scientific journal “Aquatic Mammals” during your membership;
  • A free copy of “The Marine Mammal Contribution – a path with a past and a future ” for yourself.

If you have any questions regarding the actual registration process, please send us a message via our Contact US Page.