Honorary terrestrial ecologist?

Paul Kemp

Honorary terrestrial ecologist?

By Danny Szydlowski “You’re a PARAFAC master!” declared Mahmud Hassan, the research technician who was teaching me how to measure and analyze the quality of dissolved organic matter. I grinned back at him. It was nearing the end of my time in Montréal, and I had finished nearly everything I had planned to do in Canada. I learned PARAFAC, a way to identify the types of compounds making up organic […]

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I’m done already?!?

By Marina Fennell Nova Scotia is much closer to the US than I always imagined. 166.3 miles from Dalhousie University to the eastern-most edge of Maine. Visiting the US might be more difficult because the 166 miles as the crow flies take 6 hours to drive through New Brunswick and back down again. Man, the time flew by! I’ve been home a week already and still have tasks that I

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Second Limnology & Oceanography Bulletin Call for Book Reviewers

The L&O Bulletin regularly features book reviews and the editorial board is looking for your help! The team has NEW titles in need of review: Water Chemistry (Brezonik and Arnold) Climate Change and Estuaries (Kennish, Paerl, and Crosswell) Rivers of North America (Delong et al.) Lakes in the Anthropocene (Smol) Books reviewed in Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin are recent titles in the fields of oceanography, limnology, marine biology, aquatic ecology, ecology,

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A Secret Agent for Science

Read the LOREX Blog By Jordan Snyder I’ve packed my carry-on luggage with two different drone-based imaging cameras and I feel like a spy. But the only thing I plan to spy on are some incredible flow dynamics and oceanographic phenomena in the Bedford Basin. Drone cameras are safely tucked away in my luggage and the rest of my equipment is shipped off via FedEx! Three lithium ion battery labels,

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Unfamiliar to Familiar, Expected to Unexpected

Read the LOREX Blog By Antrelle D. Clark As my time in Israel slowly comes to an end over the next two weeks, I would just like to say…it has been quite a time, from adapting to the unfamiliarities here, to trying to steer around the roadblocks I didn’t expect in my research. A mug connecting the USA to Israel. As a temporary resident of Israel, I started becoming familiar

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Voices for Well-being in Aquatic Sciences: Navigating the Uncertainties in Research

The ASLO Early Career Committee Presents: Voices for Well-being in Aquatic Sciences: Navigating Uncertainties in Research Please join the ASLO Early Career Committee (ECC) for their next installment in the “Voices for Well-Being in Aquatic Sciences” webinar series on Tuesday, 5 September 2023 from 10:00 – 11:30 am EDT (14:00 – 15:30 UTC; 16:00 – 17:30 pm CEST). The session “Navigating Uncertainty in Research” will be led by Dr. Desiree

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Catchments Galore!

Read the LOREX Blog By Adrianna Gorsky I am officially more than halfway done with my LOREX exchange in Abisko, Sweden. It has exceeded my expectations all around. I am still in awe of the beauty of this arctic environment and have tried to experience as much of the landscape as possible. Immediately after arriving I got to work on preparing sensors and buoys for deployment. With help from the

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Melting the Ice: Uncovering the Benefits of International Collaboration

Read the LOREX Blog By Emily Martin Stepping out of the Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) on April 3rd, I wished I had packed another warm coat. Accustomed to southern California weather, I had forgotten what “cold” and “winter” actually felt like- uncomfortable and disagreeable. Two days after my arrival, Montreal was hit with a freezing rain and ice storm, called the “Montreal Ice Storm of 2023.” This storm

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ASLO Journals Excel in the Aquatic Sciences

The Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography publishes three peer-reviewed journals: Limnology & Oceanography (L&O), Limnology & Oceanography: Methods (L&O Methods), and Limnology & Oceanography Letters (L&O Letters), as well as the quarterly Limnology & Oceanography Bulletin. While the journals vary in aims and scope, they all serve as fundamental pillars in fulfilling ASLO’s mission to “create, integrate, and communicate knowledge across the full spectrum of aquatic sciences”

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