• Electronic monitoring is an exciting, emerging field in fisheries management with huge potential – and the pace of change is accelerating. This site is about developing a knowledge base, a community of experts, and collaborative communications for e-monitoring and e-reporting innovators.

    Here’s how you can be a part of this global EM brain trust!

    • To be included in our directory of practitioners, please send us your photo and contact information along with a brief paragraph describing your work. Our email is info@eminformation.com.
    • Write a column.  Emerging issues, new tech, challenges you’ve encountered or breakthroughs you’ve made – your colleagues around the world are interested to learn about you and your work. And yes, we will be happy to help with edits.
    • Send us your suggestions and constructive criticism! We launched this site on a shoestring budget, but we intend for it to be truly useful. If our web developer doesn’t nix your idea, we’ll do our best to accommodate your ideas!

    Quick tips

    menuandsearchThe Menu & Search button in the upper left hand corner of all our pages is your friend. It contains a search field that you can type your term into, as well as a list of our site’s main sections.

    regionalinfoClicking on the plus signs opens a drop-down that displays subsections.

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    Media interested in sourcing for EM-related reporting, please contact Scott Coughlin, (206) 228-4141, scott@fieldworkcommunications.com.

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    EM Information is a joint project of Environmental Defense Fund, Fieldwork Communications LLC, George LaPointe Consulting LLC, Lowman & Associates, and a growing number of EM & ER innovators from around the world. We welcome your questions and participation. Please reach us at info@eminformation.com.