- 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
- 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 Bulletin, 160, 111519.
- 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 Bulletin, 28(3), 85-89.
- Rosa‐Marín, A. (2020). Before, During, and After the Association for the Science of Limnology and Oceanography Multicultural Program. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin, 29(2), 45-47.
- Ashley Brooke Cohen (2020). Smelly Mud and Sight-Seeing: Science and Adventuring in Israel Through LOREX. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
- Trista McKenzie (2020). Adventures in International Collaboration in Australia Through the LOREX Program. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
- Hannah Glover (2020). Building a Global Scientific Community through Meaningful Exchange and Communication. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
- Wiley Wolfe (2020). How to make garlic soup, and other suggestions for successful international collaboration. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
- Jeffrey Reeve Nielson (2020). International Research Collaboration Beyond Email and Skype: The Benefits of an In-Person Experience through LOREX. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
- Eilea Knotts (2020). Living the LOREX through Dalhousie: Lessons Learned, Friendships Made, and Career Development Accomplished. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
- Stephanie Owens (2020). Measuring Copepod Growth Rates in Northern Sweden: Challenges and Rewards of International Collaboration. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
- Hannah Beck (2020). Planning an Experiment for International Collaboration: How I Learned to Be Flexible and Pace Myself. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
- Matthew Woodstock (2020). Take a Hike: Utilizing Excursions to Create a Positive Work-Life Balance. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
- Emily Chua (2020). “There is No Such Thing as a Failed Experiment” and Other Lessons International Research Taught Me. ASLO. San Diego, CA.
- 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.
- Kelsey Poulson-Ellestad - Writing Effective Title, Abstracts, and Keywords
- Maha J. Cziesielsk - Becoming a Global Citizen
- LOREX Cohort 1 - Handbook for International Research Collaborations
- Eilea R. Knotts - Critical Incident Analysis Workshop
- Eilea R. Knotts - Blogging 101
- Adina Paytan - Scientific Writing and Publishing
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.
Additional Website Articles and Blogs
- LOREX (The Limnology and Oceanography Research Exchange) – Article
- GSO student selected for international research program – Article
- Alanna Mnich: Marine science scholar – Article
- Limnology and Oceanography Research Exchange (LOREX) provides students with international research opportunity – Blog
- International Connections– Blog