The Tennessee Aquarium celebrates the rich biodiversity of the Southeast through its exhibits and is actively engaged in preserving and restoring that biodiversity through its work in the field.
Summary: What are freshwater mussels, and why do we care so much about them? Listen in to learn about these amazing creatures and the role they play in water quality.
Dr. Michéle Melchior, freshwater ecologist and mussel specialist at the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research in New Zealand. Twitter: mmelchior_nz Website: https://melchiorecology.wordpress.com/
George Kraynick, Water Quality and Laboratory Services Manager at Minneapolis Water Works
This month's featured article: Reconceptualizing the hyporheic zone for nonperennial rivers and streams
Amanda G. DelVecchia, Margaret Shanafield, Margaret A. Zimmer, Michelle H. Busch, Corey A. Krabbenhoft, Rachel Stubbington, Kendra E. Kaiser, Ryan M. Burrows, Jake Hosen, Thibault Datry, Stephanie K. Kampf, Samuel C. Zipper, Ken Fritz, Katie Costigan, and Daniel C. Allen Freshwater Science 41(2): 167-182.
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Dear SFS members,
MARCH 24, 2022 — The Society for Freshwater Science is pleased to announce its 2022 Fellows.