This month's featured article: Joseph M. Culp, Jennifer Lento, R. Allen Curry, Eric Luiker, and Daryl Halliwell. Arctic biodiversity of stream macroinvertebrates declines in response to latitudinal change in the abiotic template. Freshwater Science 38(3): 465-479.
Freshwater-based Journals (5): Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, Limnology and Oceanography Letters, Marine and Freshwater Research, River Research and Applications
Broad-based Journals (3): Ecology Letters, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Trends in Ecology and Evolution
Freshwater-Specific Journals (6): Freshwater Biology (4), Hydrobiologia (9), Limnology and Oceanography (2), Limnology and Oceanography Letters (1), Marine and Freshwater Research (5), River Research a
Hi everyone! I hope the Salt Lake City (SLC) meeting was enjoyed by all who attended! We owe much to the meeting organizers and our conference services – they did a wonderful job! Of utmost importance to SFS members is the degree to which meeting attendees – new and old, alike – felt valued and respected by others and that the meeting venue and vibe was welcoming to all. The sense of community embodied by SFS is part of our DNA – but for breakthrough progress on inclusivity, we need sustained energy and focus in this area.
Freshwater-Specific Journals (5):
The Pacific Northwest Chapter of SFS has announced its upcoming meeting in Newport, Oregon from Nov. 6 - 8, 2019.
Freshwater-Specific Journals (6):
Career Award and SFS Fellow nominations are open! This is your chance to shine a spotlight on a colleague’s lasting contributions to freshwater science and our society.
Freshwater-Specific Journals (5): Freshwater Biology (2), Hydrobiologia (2), Limnology and Oceanography (1), Marine and Freshwater Research (2), River Research and Applications (5)
Freshwater-Specific Journals (4): Hydrobiologia (2), Freshwater Biology (2), River Research and Applications (4), Marine and Freshwater Research (1)