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23
Jan
Dr. Norman Anderson passed away January 13, 2018

Longtime SFS member and Oregon State University professor Dr. Norman Anderson passed away January 13, 2018.

22
Jan
Stay Fresh! - New Articles January 15-21

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

Broad-based articles (3): Ecology, Ecology Letters, Oecologia

21
Dec
Making Waves Ep. 27

Making Waves Ep. 27: Animal Migrations and Freshwater Nutrient Subsidies, Dr. Amanda Subalusky

This month’s podcast features Dr. Amanda Subalusky discussing how migrations of large animals can introduce nutrient and energy subsidies into river systems and her research on the importance of subsidies from wildebeests and hippopotamuses to the Mara River in East Africa.

21
Dec
New CASS letter to EPA

Update on WOTUS: New response from CASS to Scott Pruitt and Ryan Fisher.

01
Dec
Freshwater Science: Volume 36, Issue 4

This month's featured article: David M. Walters, Morgan A. Ford, Robert E. Zuellig. 2017. A digital reference collection for aquatic macroinvertebrates of North America. Freshwater Science 36(4): 693-697.

17
Nov
Making Waves Ep. 26

Making Waves Ep. 26: Carbon Fates, Dr. Erin Hotchkiss

This month's podcast features 2016 Hynes Award winner Dr. Erin Hotchkiss discussing her work on the fate of carbon in aquatic ecosystems. 

10
Oct
President's Environment: Navigating Boundaries in Freshwater Science

One consequence of serving as SFS president is that I have become more attuned to the rich array of contributions made by individuals in our community. Rather than attempting to impart wisdom or inspiration directly (fat chance, Baxter!), I'll encourage you to find these in my accounts of others–I've always been a story-teller anyway, though an admittedly long-winded one!

13
Sep
Making Waves Ep. 25

Ep. 25: Modeling Environmental DNA Movement in Streams. Dr. Arial Shogren

This month's podcast features Dr. Arial Shogren discussing the challenges and benefits of using environmental DNA as a tool and her research on how particles like it move through streams.

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