The ASLO Early Career Subcommittee is pleased to invite you to our webinar series, “Amplifying Voices: ECRs Making Waves in Aquatic Sciences.” This webinar series will focus on promoting the exciting work of early career aquatic scientists from underrepresented groups in our global community. The inaugural series this fall will feature presentations from four early-career researchers during two sessions. In each session, the presenters will share their work in 20-minute presentations followed by a moderated Q+A.
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November 11, 2021
10 am EST
University of California, Irvine (USA)
Does microbial diversity really matter? Evidence from sediment methane production
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (USA)
Synchrotron infrared studies of biomineral microenvironments
December 9, 2021
10 am EST
Aasif Mohmad Lone
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (India)
The late Holocene lacustrine proxy records from Northwest Himalaya: Implications to regional hydroclimate variability
Department of Microbiology, Goa University (India)
Bioprospecting of Halophilic Archaea from the Food Grade Iodised Crystal Salt from a Saltern of India