JASM 2022: Re-opening of Submissions for Student In-person Posters and Developing Country Virtual Presentations

JASM 2022: Re-opening of Submissions for Student In-person Posters and Developing Country Virtual Presentations

With over 2,700 presentations, JASM2022 promises to be one of the most exceptional and exciting science conferences in years. If you are a student and have material to share as a poster presentation or are from a developing country and would like to contribute a paper to the virtual content, the Program Committee will be accepting submissions in March for a limited period of time. More details on the specific date of opening will be available on the JASM website in a few weeks. We anticipate that this opportunity will close on March 25.

With 460 posters currently submitted, the Program Committee has space for about 140 additional in-person poster presentations at JASM. This opening will be for student posters only and will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. The student posters will need to meet all of the guidelines for poster submission that will be provided on the JASM site and students will be expected to register under the appropriate student category.

JASM has also reduced the developing country virtual registration rate to $25. This very low rate is being made available to encourage the greatest participation possible for those students and working professionals in developing countries. As part of this, the Program Committee is accepting virtual presentations from developing country registrants using the same window as noted above for student posters. The exact opening date will be shared on the JASM site soon and submissions are also expected to close on March 25.

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American Fisheries Society
Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography
Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation
Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society
International Association for Great Lakes Research
North American Lake Management Society
Phycological Society of America
Society for Freshwater Science
Society of Wetland Scientists

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