LOREX Publications and Products

  1. Riley B, Seekell D (2021) Stream diatom assemblages in an Arctic catchment: Diversity and relationship to ecosystem-scale primary production. Arctic Science. https://doi.org/10.1139/AS-2020-0060
  2. McKenzie, T., Holloway, C., Dulai, H., Tucker, J. P., Sugimoto, R., Nakajima, T., ... & Santos, I. R. (2020). Submarine groundwater discharge: A previously undocumented source of contaminants of emerging concern to the coastal ocean (Sydney, Australia). Marine Pollution Bulletin160, 111519.
  3. Beck, H. N., Cohen, A., McKenzie, T., Weisend, R., Wilkins, K. W., & Woodstock, M. S. (2019). Broadening Horizons: Graduate Students Participating in International Collaborations through the Limnology and Oceanography Research Exchange (LOREX) Program. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin28(3), 85-89.
  4. Rosa‐Marín, A. (2020). Before, During, and After the Association for the Science of Limnology and Oceanography Multicultural Program. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin29(2), 45-47.
  1. Ashley Brooke Cohen (2020). Smelly Mud and Sight-Seeing: Science and Adventuring in Israel Through LOREX. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
  2. Trista McKenzie (2020). Adventures in International Collaboration in Australia Through the LOREX Program. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
  3. Hannah Glover (2020). Building a Global Scientific Community through Meaningful Exchange and Communication. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
  4. Wiley Wolfe (2020). How to make garlic soup, and other suggestions for successful international collaboration. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
  5. Jeffrey Reeve Nielson (2020). International Research Collaboration Beyond Email and Skype: The Benefits of an In-Person Experience through LOREX. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
  6. Eilea Knotts (2020). Living the LOREX through Dalhousie: Lessons Learned, Friendships Made, and Career Development Accomplished. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
  7. Stephanie Owens (2020). Measuring Copepod Growth Rates in Northern Sweden: Challenges and Rewards of International Collaboration. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
  8. Hannah Beck (2020). Planning an Experiment for International Collaboration: How I Learned to Be Flexible and Pace Myself. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
  9. Matthew Woodstock (2020). Take a Hike: Utilizing Excursions to Create a Positive Work-Life Balance. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
  10. Emily Chua (2020). “There is No Such Thing as a Failed Experiment” and Other Lessons International Research Taught Me. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
  11. Adina Paytan (2020). Limnology and Oceanography Research Exchange (LOREX) for Graduate Students - Learn about this opportunity to conduct successful international collaborative research. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
Professional Training


Open events at 2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting

  • Workshop – Improv to Improve Collaboration
  • Townhall meeting – “ Limnology and Oceanography Research Exchange (LOREX) for Graduate Students”
  • Contributed Session - “Adventures, Challenges and Benefits of Conducting International Collaborative Research”

Five LOREX interns

  • Maddie Mette - was an intern during proposal development, participated as a panelist and mentor at the ASM;
  • Edna Fernandez – ASLO intern Sep 2018 – Mar 2019 during launch of LOREX, interacted with students at ASM and helped with program communications during her internship;
  • Maha Cziesielski  - LOREX assistant summer and fall 2019, participated as mentor and gave presentation at ASM;
  • Brittany Schieler - ASLO Sci Comm intern Apr 2019 to present; working with students on their blogs and assisting with program communications
  • Eilea Knotts – ASLO Sci Comm intern Jan 2020 to present; participant in the first cohort of LOREX; working with first cohort students to create a living handbook on how to conduct international research; working on the formal mentoring software to facilitate engagement and communication among and between LOREX cohorts.

Formal Mentoring Program using the software company, Qooper to maximize engagement and interactions

  • In addition to allowing hosts and student participants to match, this platform allows students to match with each other as well. This creates an opportunity to facilitate peer-to-peer mentoring between cohorts across years and sites.
  • The group discussion feature allows for interactions beyond a 1:1 relationship to occur. This is especially useful for any collaborative writing projects.
  • The auto-match algorithm enables participants to find and make connections they may not have made otherwise.
  • The platform provides the ability for mentoring pairs to chat, video call, set meetings, share resources, and set goals and assignments.
Blogs, Writing
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