ECO Magazine Marks Ten-Year Anniversary with Editorial Changes
ECO Magazine (ECO), a leading trade publication reporting from the frontlines of applied marine environmental science, today announced details of its newly restructured editorial team in the run up to its tenth year in circulation.
The changes were announced by ECO’s publisher, Technology Systems Corporation (TSC) and include the appointment of a new editor, Haley McQueen, who joins TSC from FAU Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute. McQueen will assume the post on November 7 from the current editor Kira Coley, who, after four highly productive years at the helm, has left to pursue other opportunities.
McQueen will be supported by ECO’s world-recognized editorial board members, as well as the appointment of Ed Freeman, the current managing editor of Ocean News & Technology (ON&T)—TSC’s flagship ocean industries publication—to ECO’s editorial team.
“We are delighted to welcome Haley to TSC’s editorial team,” Freeman said. “Over the last decade, ECO’s editorial staff have worked diligently to curate the industry news, profile groundbreaking marine research, document relevant policy changes, and track the emerging commercial opportunities shaping the blue economy. I am confident that Haley’s in-field experience as a marine scientist and her honed skills as a journalist make her the ideal ambassador for the ECO Magazine.”
Speaking of the announcement, ECO Magazine’s new editor Haley McQueen commented: “I am thrilled to be joining TSC as ECO Magazine fast approaches this important ten-year milestone. I look forward to bringing our readers and advertising partners ever closer to the emerging science-related trends and topics set to define the next decade of marine exploration.”
Also new for 2023 is the introduction of ECO’s “Deep Dive” series, a three-part sequence of digital-only Special Editions that offer a more in-depth look at a particular field of ocean science, with Oceanography being the theme for 2023. The Deep Dive editions will be supported by the usual quarterly print editions, the topics of which next year will cover Ocean Exploration, Bio-resilient Coasts, Multidisciplinary Environmental Projects, and Fisheries & Aquaculture.
For more details about ECO’s recently published editorial for 2023, including the all-new “Deep Dive” series, download the 2023 Media Kit.
About ECO (Environment, Coastal & Offshore)
ECO Magazine is a leading trade publication that reports from the frontlines of applied marine environmental science in coastal and offshore waters around the world. Through high-quality, original reporting direct from the experts, ECO profiles some of the leading insights into critical topics surrounding the oceans, coasts, and a sustainable blue economy. Each edition includes compelling and exclusive content that celebrates collaboration and progress in ocean research and policy, explores developments in underwater technologies, and promotes cross- sector collaboration. ECO is published quarterly in print, with three additional special digital issues per year.
For more information or to subscribe, visit www.ecomagazine.com.