Inaugural ASLO Fellows

Inaugural ASLO Fellows

The Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) is pleased to announce the inaugural class of ASLO Fellows. This honor is given to individual ASLO members who have advanced the aquatic sciences via their exceptional contributions to the benefit of the society and its publications, meetings, and other activities.

The ASLO Fellows program was initiated in 2015 to honor the efforts of these individuals on behalf of the association. ASLO Sustaining Fellows are recognized as having sustained excellence in their contributions to ASLO and the aquatic sciences. ASLO Fellows are recognized as having achieved excellence in their contributions to ASLO and the aquatic sciences. In this inaugural year, we welcome 29 ASLO Sustaining Fellows and 17 ASLO Fellows. ASLO Fellows will be honored at the ASLO Meeting in Santa Fe in June 2016.

ASLO Sustaining Fellows are recognized as having sustained excellence in their contributions to ASLO and the aquatic sciences.

  • Josef Ackerman
  • Beatrix Beisner
  • Ronald Benner
  • Deborah Bronk
  • Carla Caceres
  • Lisa Campbell
  • Douglas Capone
  • James Cloern
  • John Cullen
  • Greg Cutter
  • Peter Franks
  • Jed Fuhrman
  • Patricia Glibert
  • David Hutchins
  • Samantha Joye
  • Paul Kemp
  • Michael Landry
  • Peter Leavitt
  • Cindy Lee
  • Mark  Ohman
  • Uta Passow
  • Jonathan Sharp
  • John Smol
  • Robert Striegl
  • Gordon Taylor
  • Lars Tranvik
  • Steven Wilhelm
  • Wayne Wurtsbaugh
  • Marguerite Xenopoulos

  ASLO Fellows are recognized as having achieved excellence in their contributions to ASLO and the aquatic sciences.

  • Shelley Arnott
  • John Berges
  • Wiebke Boeing
  • Philip Boyd
  • Hans Dam
  • Walter Dodds
  • Stephanie Hampton
  • Markus Huettel
  • William Kemp
  • Ronald Kiene
  • David Kirchman
  • Susanne Menden-Deuer
  • Tammi Richardson
  • Thad Scott
  • Val Smith
  • Suzanne Strom
  • Donald Webster

ASLO is an international aquatic sciences society that was founded in 1936. For more than 50 years, it has been the leading professional organization for researchers and educators in the field of aquatic science. The purpose of ASLO is to foster a diverse, international scientific community that creates, integrates and communicates knowledge across the full spectrum of aquatic sciences, advances public awareness and education about aquatic resources and research, and promotes scientific stewardship of aquatic resources for the public interest. Its products and activities are directed toward these ends. With more than 4,000 members worldwide, the society has earned an outstanding reputation and is best known for its journals, interdisciplinary meetings, and special symposia. For more information about ASLO, please visit our website at www.ASLO.org.

Media Contact: Adrienne Sponberg, 1 301-637-7783, sponberg@aslo.org  

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