Scientific program and workshops cover all topics in aquatic sciences. In an effort to promote dialogs across disciplinary boundaries, we encourage the inclusion of both research and non-research, such as policy and education, presentations within sessions. Plenary lectures by esteemed speakers and award recipients will highlight the latest challenges and opportunities in aquatic sciences. The new “Tick-Talks” sessions will bring additional excitement to the conference.
To make a lasting impact on the local communities, additional efforts are being made to organize education and outreach activities. Field trips, volunteering opportunities, local music and art exhibitions will bring a uniquely New Orleans flavor to the meeting.
Please check the conference web site for up-to-date information. The final program with the titles of accepted abstracts will be posted on the web site approximately four to six weeks prior to the meeting.
To promote “green” practices, we will provide printed copies of the program only upon request. Abstracts of papers presented during the meeting will be published on the conference web site as well as archived on the ASLO web site following the meeting.