The Society for Freshwater Science, in partnership with the non-profit publisher University of Chicago Press (UCP), is seeking applications for the position of Editor-in-Chief (EiC) for the Society’s journal Freshwater Science. The EiC’s appointment will be a three-year, renewable term (June 2024 through May 2027). Optimally, the new EiC would begin to handle submissions on April 15, 2024, and work with the outgoing editor until assuming full responsibility for the Journal on June 1, 2024.
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The Society for Freshwater Science (SFS, the Society) is seeking a long-term partnership with a contractor to provide membership management services over a five-year period, from August 1, 2024 to July 31, 2029. Services requested include:
The Society for Freshwater Science (SFS, the Society) is seeking a long-term partnership with a contractor to provide conference management services for its 2027 through 2031 annual meetings. Services requested include:
We can't wait to tell you where we'll be meeting you for the Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science in 2025!
This month's featured article: Biotic interactions could control colonization success during stream restoration
Imogen B. Eglesfield, Angus R. McIntosh, and Helen J. Warburton
Freshwater Science 42(4): 363-374.
Society for Freshwater Science has so many wonderful members! Thank you to all who volunteer in numerous capacities, from chairing and serving on SFS committees, mentoring students and early career scientists, writing grants to further inclusion in SFS, organizing regional chapter meetings, and serving in elected offices. These efforts are keeping SFS a vibrant and welcoming place and making a difference in opportunities for long-term members as well as newer student members. We would like to thank outgoing committee members for their contributions and thank incoming and continuing committee members and SFS and chapter officers for all their efforts and energy.
This month's featured article: Joint species distribution models reveal taxon-specific sensitivities to potential anthropogenic alteration
Darin A. Kopp, John L. Stoddard, Ryan A. Hill, Jessie M. Doyle, Philip R. Kaufmann, Alan T. Herlihy, and Steven G. Paulsen
Freshwater Science 42(3): 268-284.
This month's featured article: Winners and losers over a 1⁄2 century of change in crayfish assemblages of Wyoming, USA
Braxton M. Newkirk, Eric R. Larson, Andrew D. Walker, and Annika W. Walters
Freshwater Science 42(2): 146-160.
SOCIETY FOR FRESHWATER SCIENCE ANNOUNCES 2023 LEADERSHIP ELECTION RESULTS
SFS is dismayed by today's Supreme Court Ruling regarding Waters of the United States.