As we continue to face challenging times, I am pleased to share news of celebration and gratitude. ASLO’s purpose is to foster a diverse, international scientific community that creates, integrates, and communicates knowledge across the full spectrum of aquatic sciences. Each year, ASLO recognizes individual members who have significantly contributed their time and expertise to put this mission into action. Please join me in welcoming another 8 exceptional members as the 2021 class of ASLO Fellows!
The following ASLO Sustaining Fellows are recognized as having sustained excellence in their contributions to ASLO and the aquatic sciences.
The following ASLO Fellows are recognized as having achieved excellence in their contributions to ASLO and the aquatic sciences.
The Fellows program began in 2015 as a way for ASLO to acknowledge, honor, and express gratitude to members who consistently contribute to our society through their service to our journals, conferences, and committees to advance the sciences of limnology and oceanography. ASLO is a member-driven society and we are so thankful for the time invested by all members of our science community to support our mission. We couldn’t do it without your precious time and service, especially during this challenging time! The 2021 Fellows join a class of over 100 members who have been recognized for their outstanding service. They are listed online.
All ASLO Fellows will be honored during the 2022 Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting in Grand Rapids, MI, USA (14-21 May 2022). Watch your email for more information closer to the event. If you plan to attend JASM, please join us to honor the individuals who keep ASLO programs going strong!
Roxane Maranger, ASLO President
ASLO Sustaining Fellows 2021