The American Society of Limnology and Oceanography hosted its annual meeting June 10-14, 2002, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Aquatic ecosystems are regulated by complex interactions among physical, chemical, and biological processes. However, it is often difficult to develop novel linkages and robust predictions among these diverse disciplines. In recognition of this, the ASLO 2002 Summer Meeting provided a forum for researchers to highlight recent advances linking the various sub-disciplines within limnology and oceanography and to examine the potential for new linkages with scientific disciplines that extend beyond the aquatic sciences.
Special sessions were organized around four sub-themes:
Inter-disciplinary Linkages in Fisheries Science
Molecular and Cellular Linkages in Aquatic Sciences
Landscape Linkages in Aquatic Sciences
Linkages Beyond Aquatic Sciences
How to Locate An Abstract
You may locate the abstracts from the meeting by one of the following methods:
1) You may browse the "Session List". This will bring up a listing of the meeting's sessions. The title of each session is linked to a list of abstracts within that session, and each abstract is available individually by clicking on its title.
2) Search the ASLO Meetings using an interactive form. For the quickest search, enter an author's last name. You may also search by key words from the abstract. This will return a list of pages that contain the information specified in your search, including all past and current ASLO meetings.