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10
Dec
New Articles December 3 - 9

New Articles December 3 - 9

Freshwater-specific journals (5): Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, Limnology and Oceanography Letters, Marine and Freshwater Research, River Research and Applications

03
Dec
New Articles November 26 - December 2

Freshwater-specific journals (5): Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, Marine and Freshwater Research, River Research and Applications

Broad-based journals (5): Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Nature, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Ecology Letters, Oecologia

26
Nov
New Articles November 12 - 25

Broad-Based Journals (8): Ecology, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Nature, Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Oecologia, Ecological Applications, Oikos, Journal of Applied Ecology

Freshwater-Specific Journals (5): Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, River Research and Applications, Marine and Freshwater Research

23
Nov
Making Waves Ep. 36

Making Waves Ep. 36: Fresh Ideas for Teaching Freshwater Science Part 4.

This month, we're releasing a four-part series on tips and tricks for teaching in the freshwater sciences from educators at different institutions. This fourth and final episode in the series features Dr. Michael Bogan, an assistant professor at the University of Arizona.

Dr. Bogan’s research focuses on understanding how disturbance and dispersal shape aquatic biodiversity patterns, and he was recently awarded the Bart Cardon Early Career Faculty Teaching Award from the University of Arizona. On the podcast, he shares an activity he uses on the first day of class to teach about stream orders and to introduce students to being in a class with active learning.

16
Nov
Making Waves Ep. 35

Making Waves Ep. 35: Fresh Ideas for Teaching Freshwater Science Part 3.

This month, we're releasing a four-part series on tips and tricks for teaching in the freshwater sciences from educators at different institutions. This third episode in the series features Dr. Cayelan Carey, an assistant professor at Virginia Tech, and Dr. Kait Farrell, a post-doc at Virginia Tech.

Dr. Carey’s research focuses on freshwater community and ecosystem ecology, and Dr. Farrell’s research focuses on linking freshwater ecosystem structure and function. On the podcast they discuss Project EDDIE and Macrosystems EDDIE, two suites of teaching modules they developed that use long-term and high-frequency datasets to teach students modeling and coding skills through the lens of limnology.

12
Nov
New Articles November 5 - 11

Freshwater-specific journals (6): Freshwater Science, Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, River Research and Applications, Marine and Freshwater Research

Broad-based journals (5): Ecology, Ecology Letters, Ecological Applications, Oikos, Journal of Applied Ecology

11
Nov
Making Waves Ep. 34

Making Waves Ep. 34: Fresh Ideas for Teaching Freshwater Science Part 2.

This month, we're releasing a four-part series on tips and tricks for teaching in the freshwater sciences from educators at different institutions. This second episode in the series features Dr. Amy Burgin, an associate professor at the University of Kansas and an associate scientist with the Kansas Biological Survey.

Dr. Burgin’s research focuses on aquatic microbiology, biogeochemistry and ecosystem ecology. On the podcast, she shares how she brings in freshwater science in the news to her introductory and upper level ecology classes to engage students who are interested in policy and how science connects to real-world issues.

Visit Dr. Burgin’s website for more information on her teaching and for some examples of Water in the News: https://burginlab.wordpress.com/teaching/

05
Nov
New Articles October 29 - November 4

Freshwater-Specific Journals (6): Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Journal of Freshwater Ecology, Limnology and Oceanography, Limnology and Oceanography Letters, River Research and Applications

Broad Based Journals (3): Ecological Applications, Oecologia, Trends in Ecology and Evolution

03
Nov
Making Waves Ep. 33

Making Waves Ep. 33: Fresh Ideas for Teaching Freshwater Science Part 1.

This month, we're releasing a four-part series on tips and tricks for teaching in the freshwater sciences from educators at different institutions. This first episode in the series features Whitney Beck, a PhD candidate at Colorado State University.

Whitney’s research focuses on how nutrients, grazers, and flow control algal growth. On the podcast, she shares a multi-class period trophic interaction and nutrient excretion experiment she helped develop for an upper-level freshwater ecology class.

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