Member Benefits

Member Benefits

Members receive a host of benefits including a free personal subscription to all of the ASLO publications, reduced publication costs in all of ASLO’s publications, and reduced meeting registration fees. The discounts are greater than the cost of membership!   

Full electronic access to all ASLO journals included with your membership dues, so you can read ASLO journals anywhere, anytime, by simply logging in with your membership credentials.

Discounts when you publish in ASLO journals. ASLO is one of only a handful of society journals that still offer these significant discounts on author publications fees ─ 33% discount on page charges and 22% discount on APCs for Open Access papers.

Member-only 35% discount on Wiley print books, unlimited quantities, no minimum order.

Up to 25% discounts on Conference Registration fees

Eligibility for member-only conference travel grants for students and early career professionals, totaling $30,000 USD (Summer Meetings) and $60,000 USD (Aquatic Science Meetings).

Exclusive member-only high-impact professional development opportunities for our student and early-career members, including the LOREX program which is fostering first-time collaborations and international exchanges between labs and ASLO.

Member-only access to apply for the Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellowship, a first of its kind ASLO early-career opportunity for training in the art of scientific editing.

Membership Categories

Category  Rate USD
Students $30
Early Career (Postgrads, within ten years of terminal degree) $50
Regular $120
Developing Country Regular $20
Developing Country Early Career $0
Developing Country Students $0
Emeritus $30

Membership Categories

Early Career Scientist Membership

Early Career refers to non-students who have received their highest degree within the last 10 years.

Student Membership

Student Membership refers to all students enrolled in either undergraduate or graduate programs.

Scientists from Developing Nations

In an effort to increase membership and participation of aquatic scientists from developing nations, ASLO offers reduced membership and meeting registration fees for scientists and students from 152 developing nations as defined by the International Statistical Institute.

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