Deadline Extended: 2020 OSM Journalist for a Day program

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Deadline Extended: 2020 OSM Journalist for a Day program

ASLO Workshop: Be a Science Writer for a Day Looking to win a Pulitzer in your future? ASLO is offering a program for 2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting attendees to sharpen their reporting and writing skills. Mentors Cheryl Dybas (ASLO Outreach Committee) and Chris Filstrup (Deputy Editor of the L&O Bulletin) will work with …

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Keeping Yourself Focused: The Benefits of Writing a Professional Development Plan

By Brittany Schieler One of my favorite television series of the early 2000’s was “Friday Night Lights.” On the show, a charismatic high school football coach dramatically recites the team’s motto before big moments: “Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose.” To this I day I still find myself repeating this mantra. The …

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Associate editors as shepherds, not just gatekeepers

By Kelsey Poulson-Ellestad All scientific journals maintain editorial boards, which consist of the Editor in Chief (EiC) and associate editors who primarily solicit peer reviews and make publication recommendations to the EiC. Editors, unlike peer reviewers, are the ones ultimately making decisions about whether or not a submitted manuscript should …

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Seawater, smelly mud, and sight seeing: science and travel adventures in Israel

By Ashley Cohen Halloween in New York is always bittersweet. The autumn is a beautiful, festive time of year. The leaves are changing colors, it is cool enough to go on long hikes, and all the local farms have apple and pumpkin picking. Halloween always marks the beginning of the …

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Supreme Court questions role of groundwater connectivity in point source pollution

By Maha Joana Cziesielski On November 6th the Supreme Court of the United States held a hearing for the case County of Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund. The arguments pertained to the question on whether the Clean Water Act requires a permit for the discharge of pollutants when the pollutant …

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Congratulations to the 2019 ASLO Fellows!

We initiated the ASLO Fellows program in 2015 as a way to acknowledge and honor our members who consistently contribute to the society through our journals, conferences, and committees. This year we welcome another 10 members as the 2019 class of ASLO Fellows.  The commitment and service of ASLO Fellows have enabled our society to advance the sciences of limnology and oceanography.     All ASLO Fellows will …

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