The ASLO Blogs
The ASLO blogs include numerous articles about aquatic science and scientists, news of public interest, and ASLO-sponsored programs. Blog authors include the ASLO Communications Office, early career professionals, Editors of the ASLO publications, Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellows, and program participants.
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The ASLO News blog is used for announcements of interest to members and the public, such as upcoming conferences, professional development opportunities, association news, policy statements, and much more.
The ASLO LOREX program fosters international research collaborations through professional development training open to all ASLO student members, including research exchanges, webinars, web resources, and conference workshops. The research exchanges allow US-based graduate students to travel to one of seven international host institutions to conduct collaborative research in aquatic science. LOREX participants regularly blog about their experiences and lessons learned.
The blog promotes discussion at the intersection of science and society, focusing on articles about education, policy, and outreach. Articles are prepared and posted by the ASLO Communications Office.
The Publications Blog includes posts by Editors of the ASLO publications, ASLO's publishing partner Wiley & Sons, and others.
The Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellowship was established to contribute to the development of early career aquatic scientists and their outreach to peers in the context of scientific publishing, including open-access publishing, peer review, and writing. Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellows share their publishing insights through a range of outlets, including this RCEF Blog.