From the Editors

Call for L&O special issue: Arctic aquatic ecosystems in the 21st century

By Marguerite A. Xenopoulos Announcing the 2021 Limnology and Oceanography Special Issue View from the USCGC Healy in the Chukchi Sea. June 2002 “Arctic aquatic ecosystems in the 21st century” Manuscripts due January 24, 2020 Limnology & Oceanography will be publishing a special issue in 2021, entitled “Biogeochemistry and ecology across Arctic aquatic ecosystems in the face of change” and edited by Special Editors ...

A Virtual Issue on the Remote Sensing of Oceans, Estuaries, and Lakes

By Paul F. Kemp Oceans, Lakes, and Inland Seas: A Virtual Issue on the Remote Sensing of Oceans, Estuaries, and Lakes Great Lakes from space (Credit: SeaWiFS Project, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, and ORBIMAGE.) Since 1978, more than 85 articles have appeared in the Limnology and Oceanography family of journals describing the development and use of remote sensing tools to study processes ...

What does it mean that Limnology & Oceanography: Letters is now indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index™ (ESCI)?

By Patricia Soranno, L&O: Letters ASLO’s newest journal has passed an important milestone! Limnology & Oceanography: Letters is now indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), which is a new index (as of 2015) that is part of Clarivate’s Web of Science Databases. This is one of the first steps that a new journal must take on the road to getting ...

Virtual Issue: Stable Isotopes in Limnology and Oceanography

By Marguerite A. Xenopoulos Conceptual diagram of the elements for which the most common stable isotopes are used in ecology. Stable isotope analysis is a common and extremely useful tool for studying aquatic ecosystems from single cells to whole ecosystems. Over 600 papers using stable isotope studies have been published in L&O over the past 60 years. These papers include studies ...

The Hawaii Ocean Time-series: 30th Anniversary Collection

By Marguerite Xenopoulos Map of the Hawaiian Islands showing the location of Station ALOHA (red circle) at 22°45′N, 158°W and the cable route (yellow) for the ALOHA Cabled Observatory. Bathymetric synthesis from Hawaii Mapping Research Group. Thirty years ago, on October 30th, 1988, the first scientific cruise sailed to a deep-water subtropical station as part of the Hawaii Ocean Time-series ...

Call for Papers: L&O Letters Special Issue on Microplastics

Call for papers: Limnology and Oceanography: Letters Special Issue on microplastics in marine and freshwater organisms: Presence and potential effects Special Issue Guest Editors: Elise Granek, Portland State University and Susanne Brander, Oregon State University  We are pleased to announce the solicitation of proposals for contributed papers to the upcoming Special Issue in L&O Letters “Microplastics in marine and freshwater organisms: Presence and ...

Announcing the 2020 L&O Special Issue: “Linking metagenomics to aquatic microbial ecology and biogeochemical cycles”

Limnology & Oceanography will be publishing a special issue in 2020, entitled “Linking metagenomics to aquatic microbial ecology and biogeochemical cycles” and edited by Special Editors Hans-Peter Grossart, Katherine McMahon, Ramon Massana and David Walsh. We welcome submissions from all interested researchers who work in this area. The emphasis of the 2020 Special Issue for Limnology and Oceanography will be on the use ...

L&O Bulletin Chapter One Challenge: Call for Papers

Still haven't published that first chapter of your dissertation that you worked so hard on? Eager to let your peers in those "other" sub disciplines of aquatic science know why what you study is so important, novel, and cutting-edge? Well here's your chance! The editors of the L&O Bulletin invite you to submit a one paragraph summary of your first chapter (or ...

Cross peer review: what is it and how is it being used at Limnology & Oceanography: Letters?

By Laura J. Falkenberg One my central activities as a Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellow (more information on the fellowship can be found here) is to learn more about the editorial process. An obvious step towards this is to be involved as a peer reviewer. While I had reviewed for a range of journals in different sub-fields of biology and ecology before ...

Announcing the 2019 L&O Special Issue “Long-term perspectives in aquatic research”

Manuscripts due January 22, 2018 Limnology & Oceanography will be publishing a special issue in 2019, entitled “Long-term perspectives in aquatic research,” and edited by Special Editors Stephanie Hampton, Matthew Church, John Melack and Mark Scheuerell. We welcome submissions from all interested researchers who work in this area. The emphasis of the 2019 Special Issue for Limnology and Oceanography will be on the novel analyses ...
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