2015 Aquatic Sciences Meeting
Aquatic Sciences: Global And Regional Perspectives — North Meets South
22-27 February 2015
Upon registration and abstract submission, students will be offered the opportunity to apply for a Student Travel Award to defray the cost of travel and/or registration for the meeting. To be eligible, applicants must be an ASLO student member and regsitered for the meeting. Travel awards will be paid in US dollars only.
A limited number of travel awards will be available for ASLO early career members to defray the cost of registration and/or travel to the meeting in Granada. ASLO early career travel award applications must be submitted at the same time as the meeting registration and abstract submission and payment of both fees. To be eligible, the application should all be received in accordance with all meeting deadlines along with conference registration. Travel awards will be paid in U.S. dollars only. For more information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The theme of ASLO meeting in Granada is “Aquatic Sciences: Global and Regional Perspectives– North Meets South.” Meeting organizers encouraged special sessions on global and regional patterns of aquatic systems in diverse northern and southern inland water biomes as well as oceanographic provinces. In order to promote the participation of Latin American, African and Middle Eastern aquatic scientists, usually underrepresented at the ASLO meetings, The University of Granada (Universidad de Granada) offered fellowships to young scientists from these regions who are attending the ASLO 2015 meeting.
Congratulations to the recipients (PDF).
The Iberian Association of Limnology (Asociacion Iberica de Limnologia-AIL) is offering registration grants (abstract + registration fees) for Spanish and Portuguese Young Limnologists. To be eligible, applicants must be an AIL member. Application deadline is 10th October 2014. Young AIL member may apply via the following link: http://www.limnologia.eu
Recognition will be provided to the most outstanding posters and talks presented by students at the 2015 Aquatic Sciences Meeting. Presentations will be judged on the basis of innovation/scientific insight, quality of experimental design/methods, and clarity/effectiveness of presentation. Student presentations will be judged and eligible presentations will be evaluated in consideration for the awards.