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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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Hear more from the 2019 ASLO Awardees!

Video recordings of the plenary and award presentations at the 2019 Aquatic Sciences Meeting are now available on our YouTube channel. In addition to their official award presentations, our 2019 ASLO Awardees conducted in-person interviews which you can view online! Please find more information about the awards and awardees published in L&O Bulletin. The awardees, along with links to their presentations and interviews, are listed below. We are pleased to also have video recordings …

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ASLO comments on proposal to increase nutrient loads to Lake Baikal

ASLO has written to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of Russian Federation in response to ASLO member concern over proposed changes to regulations surrounding discharge into Lake Baikal (see The Moscow Times story for further information). The full text of the letter from ASLO President Mike Pace is below.  April 3, 2019 Dear Minister Kobylkin Dmitry Nikolaevich: I am writing to you in my capacity as President of the Association …

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Scott Hotaling and Bridget Deemer named Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellows for L&O Letters

The Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) is pleased to announce Scott Hotaling and Bridget Deemer will serve as the society’s next Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellows. The Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellowship is a unique opportunity for early-career aquatic scientists to gain expertise in scientific publishing, including open-access publishing, peer review, and scientific writing. Hotaling will begin his fellowship in April 2019; Deemer will begin her two-year term …

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Tips for preparing a successful presentation

Below are some tips for successful presentations prepared by the ASLO Student Resources Committee. We hope you find this useful as you prepare for the 2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting! Submitting the Title and Abstract Your presentation needs an attention grabbing, short title. If possible, incorporate the key result or a provocative question to draw in potential audience members. The abstract is a concise summary of the research that will be …

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ASLO Comments on NSF GEO Committee Report

In Fall 2014, the Advisory Committee for the NSF Geosciences Directorate (AC-GEO) released an important report: “Dynamic Earth: GEO Priorities and Frontiers 2015-2020”. The report identifies geoscience imperatives in research, including investments in “basic water cycle research to foster a better understanding of water as a primary agent for transporting mass and energy throughout the Earth.”  ASLO was invited to comment. The Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) has …

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CASS Letter on Waters of the United States

We are writing today on behalf of CASS (the Consortium of Aquatic Scientific Societies), a group of scientific societies including the American Fisheries Society, the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, the Phycological Society of America, the Society for Freshwater Science, and the Society of Wetland Scientists. Our societies founded CASS in recognition of the integration among all aquatic systems. While water, and the scientists who study it, …

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Consortium of Aquatic Science Societies statement on WOTUS rule

Aquatic Scientists Push Back Against Narrow WOTUS Rule The Consortium of Aquatic Science Societies (CASS) is deeply concerned with the proposed rule issued today by the EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to replace the 2015 Clean Water Rule (Waters of the United States Rule or WOTUS). We urge the agencies to consider the far-reaching implications to our nation’s fish and aquatic resources, wildlife and communities from a …

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Dave Hambright to lead Limnology & Oceanography as new Editor-in-Chief

9 November – The Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) is pleased to announce that Dr. Dave Hambright has been appointed as the new Editor-in-Chief of ASLO’s flagship journal, Limnology & Oceanography(L&O). Hambright was selected after an extensive search by the ASLO Publications Committee. ASLO President Mike Pace praised the selection: “Dave brings considerable experience and broad knowledge to the Editor-in-Chief position. The ASLO Board is excited to …

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