This month’s Headwaters Highlight is the brilliant Isabelle Andersen (she/her/hers). She’s currently a first year PhD student working with Dr. Thad Scott at Baylor University.
We have been learning a lot this year. We now know that we can share our science in the absence of in-person meetings, we can even teach from home. It is not ideal; we are facing multiple challenges and limitations by doing so.
Aquatic-Specific (32): Aquatic Ecology (2), Aquatic Science (2), Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (7), Freshwater Biology (1), Freshwater Science (6), Hydrobiologia (1), Limnology and Oceanography (1), River Research and Application (3), Water Resources Research (9).
Broad-Based (6): Ecology (1), Ecology Letters (1), Global Change Biology (2), Oecologia (1), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (1)
OA= Open access
Aquatic-Specific (8): Aquatic Ecology (1), Aquatic Science (2), Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (3), Freshwater Biology (4), Freshwater Science (5), Hydrobiologia (6), Limnology and Oceanography (2), River Research and Application (2).
Broad-Based (5): BioScience (1), Ecological Application (1), Ecology (2), Global Change Biology (2), Oecologia (2),
OA= Open access
The Society of Freshwater Science is looking for the next generation of leaders. And, we think you know someone who’d be great in a leadership role. Perhaps even yourself!
Art and science are more connected than we think. Listen in to hear from two scientists / artists about science, art, and what sci-art collaborations can do.
Ellie Irons, interdisciplinary artist and educator
Instagram: @elslaurel, @environmentalperformanceagency
Jeremy Monroe, Director at Freshwaters Illustrated (www.freshwatersillustrated.org)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wemayfly/ @wemayfly
We’re so excited to present to you the first of many student highlights through the Headwaters blog! Today we are highlighting the wonderful Lauren Banks (she/her/hers).
It is time to acknowledge the urgent need to act to address climate change. Delaying action to control greenhouse gas emissions is not an option if humankind wishes to conserve the aquatic resources and environmental safety of the world.
Aquatic-Specific (9): Aquatic Ecology (2), Aquatic Science (2), Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science (3), Freshwater Biology (3), Hydrobiologia (3), Journal of Freshwater Ecology (1), Limnology and Oceanography (2), River Research and Application (3), Water Resources Research (7).
Broad-Based (2): Ecology(1), Global Change Biology (1).
OA= Open Acess