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27
Jul
New Articles for June 30- July 26

Aquatic-Specific Journals (10): Aquatic Ecology (5), Aquatic Sciences (8), Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (3), Freshwater Biology (12), Freshwater Science (13), Hydrobiologia (14), Journal of Freshwater Ecology

29
Jun
New Articles for June 22-29

Freshwater-Based Journals (5): Freshwater Biology (4), Hydrobiologia (9), Limnology and Oceanography (4), River Research and Applications (3), Marine and Freshwater Research (3).

22
Jun
New Articles for June 16-21

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

Broad-based Journals (3): Journal of Applied Ecology, Oecologia, Oikos

15
Jun
New Articles for June 8-15

Freshwater-Based (6): Freshwater Biology (1), Hydrobiologia (9), Limnology and Oceanography (5), River Research and Applications (1), Marine and Freshwater Research (3), Limnology and Oceanography Letters (3).

11
Jun
Freshwater Science: Volume 39, Issue 2

This month's featured article: To Model or Measure: Estimating gas exchange to measure metabolism in shallow, low-gradient stream habitats. Rachel L. Nifong, Jason M. Taylor, and Lindsey Yasarer. Freshwater Science 39(1): 70-85.

08
Jun
New Articles for June 2 - 8

Freshwater-specific Journals (4): Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, Marine and Freshwater Research

Broad-based Journals (7): Ecology, Ecological Applications, Journal of Applied Ecology, Oecologia, Oikos, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

02
Jun
President's Environment: A Watershed Moment for Social Change in SFS: Action Required

SFS wants to be a leader of change in science. As president, and in the other identities I have (mother, white, woman, mentor, and friend), I recognize that among the most important things I can do is center others’ voices who have been minoritized, learn from them, and advocate for them.  It has been my job to lead our Society and here, at the end of my term, it is clear that we are not doing enough in the sciences, the aquatic sciences, or within SFS, to effect changes in our practices and institutions to make them just, equitable and inclusive.

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