A March for Science will take place on 22 April 2017. From speaking with members at the 2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, we know that many of you plan to participate in the March. The March grew from concerns about attempts to silence science in the United States.
Imagine a world where movie theater marquises boast titles about ocean acidification, phytoplankton ecology, and streambed geomorphology. Sound far-fetched? Perhaps...
Continuing a collaboration stretching back to the 2008 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Orlando, these sessions bring the storytelling wisdom of Hollywood to aquatic scientists! Communication expert, author, and improv actor Brian Palermo will lead three different sessions aimed at helping scientists.
The presidents of six aquatic science societies have written to President-elect Trump to offer advice and assistance as the new administration begins to tackle the many issues confronting aquatic resources in the United States.
Have you ever looked out at your audience in the middle of a talk to find a sea of glazed eyes? Aquatic science is inherently multi-disciplinary, and scientists are increasingly seeking new interdisciplinary collaborations.