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29
Nov
New Articles for November 22 - 28, 2021

AQUATIC SPECIFIC (36): Aquatic Ecology (1), Aquatic Sciences (6), Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (1), Freshwater Biology (8), Freshwater Science (1), Hydrobiologia (7), Journal of Great Lakes Research (7), Limnology and Oceanography (1), River Research Applications (4)

BROAD-BASED (1): Ecology Letters (1)

OA = Open Access

22
Nov
New Articles for November 15th-21st, 2021

AQUATIC SPECIFIC (26): Aquatic Ecology (4), Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (1), Freshwater Biology (2), Freshwater Science (2), Journal of Great Lakes Research (2), Hydrobiologia (5), Limnology and Oceanography (3), River Research Applications (7)

BROAD-BASED (5): Ecology (1), Ecological Applications (1), Frontiers of Ecology and the Environment (1), Global Change Biology (1), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (1)

OA = Open Access

07
Nov
PLEASE SAVE THE DATE TO JOIN THE SIL CONGRESS NEXT SUMMER

PLEASE SAVE THE DATE TO JOIN THE SIL CONGRESS NEXT SUMMER: 

The Centennial of the International Society of Limnology (SIL) 

7 – 10 August 2022 in Berlin, Germany 
 

26
Sep
In Memorium: Len Ferrington

Leonard (Len) Ferrington, Jr. | 1948-2021

19
Sep
Making Waves Ep. 53

Summary: Listen to Jabari Jones, a PhD student at University of Minnesota, and Lauren Diaz, a PhD student at Oregon State University, tell us how to keep people of all identities safe in the field.

People:

Jabari Jones, PhD student at University of Minnesota

Lauren Diaz, PhD student at Oregon State University
 

14
Sep
Making Waves Ep. 52

Summary: How do we understand how aquatic ecosystems respond to environmental change? In rare cases we can manipulate whole lakes or streams, but a more tractable approach uses microcosms to study fundamental community and ecosystem processes at a manageable scale. Listen to learn more about how microcosms can be used in aquatic ecology and one particular example from the ecosystems inside the leaves of the purple pitcher plant.

People:

Casey terHorst, Associate Professor at California State University Northridge
http://www.ecoevolab.com/links/casey-terhorst/

12
Sep
Freshwater Science: Volume 40, Issue 3

This month's featured article: Population structure and habitat availability determine resource use by Rainbow Trout in high elevation lakes

Rebekah R. Stiling, Gordon W. Holtgrieve, and Julian D. Olden   Freshwater Science 40(3): 508-523.

03
Sep
In Memorium: David Schindler

Dr. David Schindler | 1940 - 2021

31
Aug
In Memorium: Reese Voshell

Dr. Reese Voshell | 1948-2021

31
Aug
In Memorium: David M. Rosenberg

Dr. David M. Rosenberg | 1943-2021

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