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For and by the Global Science Community: Join a Crowdsourced Manuscript Studying River Corridor Organic Matter Chemistry

Interested in open science, big data, and/or organic matter in river ecosystems? Please join an effort to advance our knowledge of organic matter chemistry across global river corridors while further developing open science methods. Participation is open to scientists of all levels and disciplines who are excited about ecological principles and/or river corridor science. Participants will contribute to a globally crowdsourced publication that uses ecological principles to better understand organic …

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Registration open for the ASLO 2021 Aquatic Sciences Virtual Meeting

Registration and abstract submission are open for the ASLO 2021 Aquatic Sciences Virtual Meeting that will take place 22–27 June 2021. For the first time, ASLO joins the world in adjusting to a new normal. This includes providing a virtual format that best serves ASLO and the aquatic sciences community. We look forward to introducing fresh ideas and a fresh format for ASM 2021! We invite the submission of abstracts …

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Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 ASLO Photo Contest!

ASLO 2020 Photo Contest Winners!   Thank you to everyone who participated in our 2nd photo contest! We received hundreds of votes and the results for several categories were very close. The first-place images from each category will be featured on the ASLO homepage, so keep your eye out for the winning photos as we rotate the featured image each month. You can also find all the winning photos on our Instagram page. Again, …

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Newly Named “Dr.”? – Introducing the Dissertation Registry (DR) 

ASLO is pleased to announce the Aquatic Sciences Dissertation Registry (DR.). This re-envisioned initiative’s purpose is to acknowledge, congratulate, and spotlight new Ph.D. recipients in the ASLO membership.   A prior program, Dissertations Initiative for the Advancement of Limnology and OceanoGraphy (DIALOG), created and published a registry of Ph.D. dissertation abstracts. DIALOG has since morphed to Eco-DAS, which continues to bridge interdisciplinary gaps in aquatic ecology through its symposium where interactions among the top new researchers are fostered and …

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OSM 2020 Science Communication Field Guide

We believe that science communication is more important than ever before in addressing the unique challenges our oceans face. That is why organizers and contributors of the 2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting in San Diego have made it a priority to host a variety of events, workshops, and presentations uniquely focused on communication, outreach, education, and science policy. These sessions will equip attendees with current tools and best practices for communicating …

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ASLO Signs Letter Opposing Potential Trump Executive Order

by Teresa L. Curto, ASLO Executive Director; Mike Pace, ASLO President; Adrienne Sponberg, ASLO Director of Communications and Science   This week, ASLO joined over 125 scientific societies and journal publishers to respond to a rumored forthcoming Trump Administration executive order that would make all papers produced by federally funded research freely available upon publication. If implemented, this would completely eliminate the current 12-month embargo period whereby papers are behind a paywall. …

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Announcing the newest LOREX students!

ASLO is pleased to announce the second cohort of the Limnology and Oceanography Research Exchange (LOREX) program! This NSF-funded graduate student program (Award # #1831075) was initiated to further connect our members through international research collaboration. The twenty-one students in the second cohort will conduct research exchanges in 7 host institutions in Australia, Canada, Israel and Sweden in the summer of 2020. LOREX participants will pursue unique aquatic sciences research projects at …

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Jim Cloern to serve as EIC for L&O Letters

L&O Letters Editor in Chief (EIC) Pat Soranno has recently accepted a temporary position at a government agency that prohibits her from service as EIC of Letters for the three years of her term.  During Pat’s absence, L&O Letters Senior Editor Jim Cloern will serve as EIC for the Letters. Jim is an ASLO Sustaining Fellow and is the 2015 recipient of the ASLO Ruth Patrick Award. An expert on the ecology and biogeochemistry of estuaries, …

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ASLO Fellows Program

Members are the heart and soul of ASLO. Your great science fills the pages of our journals, which you also support with reviewing and editing. You organize and participate in sessions and workshops at our conferences. You lead our committees and represent ASLO and the aquatic sciences in education, policy, and outreach activities. Simply put, ASLO would not exist without its members! In light of the many valuable contributions of …

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