Rosie Gradoville and Rita Franco-Santos named Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellows for L&O Letters

Paul Kemp

Rosie Gradoville and Rita Franco-Santos named Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellows for L&O Letters

The Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography is pleased to announce the selection of Rosie Gradoville and Rita Franco-Santos as ASLO’s newest Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellows. The Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellowship, which began in 2017, is a unique opportunity for early-career aquatic scientists to gain expertise in scientific publishing, including open-access publishing, peer review, and scientific writing. Fellows will work directly with the Editor of Limnology & Oceanography […]

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Congratulations to the 2021 ASLO Award Winners!

Each year, ASLO honors scientists for their achievements in the aquatic sciences. We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 ASLO Awards. The awards will be presented at the 2021 Aquatic Sciences Virtual Meeting in June. More information about individual awardees is available at https://www.aslo.org/aslo-awards/2021-aslo-award-recipients/. Please join us in congratulating this year’s ASLO Award Winners!  The G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award honors a scientist who has made considerable contributions to knowledge in limnology and oceanography, and whose future work promises a continuing legacy of scientific excellence.

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Video Abstracts for ASLO Publications

Was your manuscript recently accepted by one of ASLO’s publications? Limnology and Oceanography and Limnology and Oceanography: Methods  both offer authors the opportunity to present a short video abstract of their article.  The video abstracts are  hosted on the WileyVideoAbstract YouTube Channel.  When the article is published and available in the Wiley Online Library, a link back to your published article will be added to the YouTube description field for

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Photo Contest 2020 – Featured Images

The winning image in the Conservation and Management category. A View from Inside of a Coral Nursery Description: A hawksbill sea turtle checking out a coral nursery, called “the igloo”, in the Gulf of Eilat and Aqaba, northern Red Sea. This dome-shaped artificial reef was built and placed in the sea more than two decades ago by the crew of the Underwater Observatory Marine Park in Eilat, Israel. Quickly after

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Welcome to the OSM2022 News!

Aloha, and welcome to the OSM 2022 Monthly Newsletter! Here we will share news about OSM 2022’s focus on creating a more enriching and accessible scientific conference experience. This includes ongoing efforts towards sustainability, JEDI initiatives, community engagement, partnerships, and other emerging topics related to OSM 2022.

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Congratulations to the 2020 class of ASLO Fellows!

2020 has been such a challenging year that it delights me to bring on news of celebration and gratitude. Please join me in welcoming another 10 wonderful members as the 2020 class of ASLO Fellows! The following ASLO Sustaining Fellows are recognized as having sustained excellence in their contributions to ASLO and the aquatic sciences. Paul A. del Giorgio Linda E. Duguay Susanne Menden-Deuer Stephen Opsahl Adrienne Sponberg The following

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L&O Special Issue: Carbon sequestration in aquatic ecosystems

Announcing the 2022 Limnology and Oceanography Special Issue Manuscripts due 1 October, 2021 Aquatic ecosystems from headwater streams to the deep ocean play a major role in the global carbon cycle. Long term carbon sequestration occurs through a variety of mechanisms in sediments of natural and artificial lakes, wetlands, estuaries, coastal vegetated habitats, and marine systems. Natural and anthropogenic carbon can also be stored as dissolved inorganic or organic carbon

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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 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 in freshwater and marine systems. Remote sensing can be broadly defined as the use of drones, autonomous vehicles, moored instruments, sensors, satellites and

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