This month's featured article: Howard, J. K., K. A. Fesenmyer, T. E. Grantham, J. H. Viers, P. R. Ode, P. B. Moyle, S. J. Kupferburg, J. L. Furnish, A. Rehn, J. Slusark, R. D. Mazor, N. R. Santos, R. A. Peek, and A. N. Wright. 2018. A freshwater conservation blueprint for California: prioritizing watersheds for freshwater biodiversity. Freshwater Science 37(2):417-431
News & Events
New Articles May 6-13
Freshwater-specific journals (2): Hydrobiologia, Marine and Freshwater Research
New Articles April 30- May 6
Freshwater-specific journals (1): Hydrobiologia
Broad-based journals (4): Ecological Applications, Journal of Applied Ecology, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Oecologia
Making Waves Ep. 30: Neotropical Amphibian Conservation. Jonathan Kolby, Nikki Roach, and Matt Whiles.
In this month's episode, we hear from three scientists working on diverse aspects of amphibian conservation in the Neotropics. Dr. Jonathan Kolby discusses efforts to boost populations of threatened frogs in Honduras, Nikki Roach talks about the threats and conservation strategies she's working on in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Colombia, and Dr. Matt Whiles discusses the impacts that these amphibian declines have had on stream ecosystems in Panama.
New Articles April 16-22
SFS has updated the SFS Meeting Code of Conduct for the 2018 annual meeting in Detroit, MI.
Judges are still needed for this year's student presentations and posters.
The Freshwater Ecology and Conservation Lab at UW is seeking participants in a survey. See details below.
Dear Society for Freshwater Science Member,