At the recent ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico, we led a workshop on how to compose effective titles, abstracts, and summaries. Here, we summarize key tips presented in the workshop.
In this blog post, released on International Women's Day, I'm taking a moment to reflect and talk about the women who have shaped my RCEF experience.
The Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) is pleased to announce Scott Hotaling and Bridget Deemer will serve as the society’s next Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellows.
Ten years ago I attended my first international scientific conference. This year I went back to that same conference, and found I felt much more comfortable. Here I outline what has happened to get me to this point, and strategies other ECRs can use to increase their confidence at conferences.
In comparison to Open Access, many other pillars of Open Science are less well recognised and examined. Given this, I thought it would be a good opportunity to highlight some key aspects of Open Science, to increase awareness and understanding of the context within which Open Access is operating.