Program and Agenda

Sessions


 

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  1. 001 - Communicating the Value of Aquatic and Wetland Ecosystems to the Public and Policy Makers
  2. 002 - Tipping Points Science: From global theories to local tools
  3. 003 - Putting Microbial Genomes to Work in Ecosystem Science
  4. 004 - Large-scale limnology – Integrating across landscapes to understand regional controls on biodiversity and nutrient cycles
  5. 005 - Robust restoration of freshwater ecosystems in the face of uncertainty
  6. 006 - Advancing the science and management of temporary aquatic habitats
  7. 007 - Distributed long-term, high frequency networks for ecological data collection: advantages, hurdles, and applications
  8. 008 - Groundwater Wetlands Special Session
  9. 009 - Exceptional achievements in aquatic sciences: the ASLO Awards presentations
  10. 010 - Eco-evolutionary dynamics in aquatic ecosystems
  11. 011 - Ecosystem Dynamics on a Changing Playing Field.
  12. 012 - Diversity and ecological function of fungi in freshwater and marine environments
  13. 013 - An Apparent Wind: The Changing Inland Water Carbon Cycle - A Special Session Dedicated to the Career of Jonathan J. Cole
  14. 014 - Ecological Change in Arctic and Alpine Freshwaters
  15. 015 - Seaweed Blooms in a Changing World: Understanding their Causes, Dynamics and Consequences
  16. 016 - Effects of climate change on species interactions in aquatic ecosystems
  17. 017 - Understanding linkages between terrestrial and aquatic organic matter across ecosystems
  18. 018 - The Effects of Fire on Freshwater Ecosystems
  19. 019 - Hydrodynamics and Biogeochemistry of the Stream - Bed Interface
  20. 021 - Modeling for ecological assessments and conservation planning: where have we been and where are we going?
  21. 022 - Advances in understanding the impacts of aquatic invasions: Integrating knowledge from freshwater and marine systems
  22. 024 - We've got a nitrogen fixation! Exploring, integrating, and understanding N fixation along the freshwater to marine continuum
  23. 025 - Double trouble: Interactive effects of climate change and other anthropogenic drivers on aquatic ecosystems
  24. 026 - From the Bottom Up: Stable Isotopes as Tools for Exploring Aquatic Food Web Dynamics and How They Influence Ecosystems
  25. 027 - Feeding a hungry planet: how is agriculture affecting aquatic ecosystems and what role will global change play?
  26. 028 - Trace Gas Emissions and Carbon Sequestration in Wetlands and Lakes
  27. 029 - Aquatic Species Investigation: Environmental DNA applications for aquatic ecosystems
  28. 030 - Insights into the Molecular Ecology of Phosphorus Biogeochemistry From Diverse Aquatic Ecosystems
  29. 031 - A city is a city is a city? Comparative analyses in urban aquatic ecosystems
  30. 032 - As Above, So Below: integrating aquatic ecosystem observation systems from satellites to genes using Big Data.
  31. 033 - Bridging the gap: Using high-frequency sensor-derived data and networks in education, training and outreach
  32. 034 - Metapopulation and metacommunity approaches to research and management of fragmented aquatic systems
  33. 035 - Population Genetic and Genomic Advances in Understanding the Evolution of Plankton
  34. 036 - Interactions between non-native flora and native fauna in submerged, wetland, and riparian systems
  35. 037 - Rapid Changes in Water Temperature: Quantifying, Understanding, and Managing Heterogeneity in Freshwater Thermal Regimes over Space and Time
  36. 038 - Ecological and social problems related to eutrophication of aquatic ecosystems in developing countries
  37. 039 - From individuals to ecosystems: Consumer driven nutrient recycling across aquatic ecosystems
  38. 040 - Ecological processes of aquatic systems in winter
  39. 042 - Functioning of salt marsh and mangrove wetland ecosystems across ecological and spatial scales
  40. 043 - Distributions in aquatic ecosystems: predictors, models & communities
  41. 044 - Microbially-mediated ecosystem services: The good, the bad and the ugly
  42. 045 - An azocentric look at the world, from genes to ecosystems
  43. 046 - Understanding Aquatic Ecological Processes Across Spatial Scales
  44. 047 - Biogeochemistry across aquatic ecosystems: Challenges to and opportunities for integrating research in wetlands, streams, lakes, rivers, and coastal zones
  45. 048 - Highly permeable benthic habitats in a time of environmental change
  46. 050 - Emergent insects as focal taxa for bridging ecological understanding across ecosystems: a synthesis of current knowledge and novel applications
  47. 051 - Spring-habitats and spring-fed headwaters: biology fifty years after the definition of crenobiology
  48. 053 - International Society for River Science: Physical, Chemical, and Biological Changes in Modified Rivers
  49. 054 - Understanding and managing legacy contaminants in freshwater ecosystems
  50. 055 - Carbon Cycling and Fluxes in Coastal Vegetated Wetlands
  51. 056 - Linking anthropogenic stressors with coastal and freshwater plankton community dynamics in a changing world
  52. 057 - Stream microbial ecology: where are we now and where are we going
  53. 059 - Biogeography and speciation in the northeast Pacific
  54. 060 - Nitrogen transformation mechanisms at the sediment-water-interface in aquatic ecosystems over a range of latitudes
  55. 061 - Linking Reservoir Management to Aquatic Biogeochemistry
  56. 062 - Metacommunities in the Built Environment
  57. 064 - The science and management of environmental flows: recent developments and remaining challenges
  58. 065 - Connectivity within watersheds: effects, functions, and values of headwaters and isolated aquatic features on downstream waters
  59. 066 - Integrated analyses of terminal lakes and wetlands: physics to phragmites
  60. 067 - The Las Vegas Wash and Lake Mead: Aquatic Ecosystem Management and Restoration in an Arid, Urban Region
  61. 069 - Life at Low Nutrients
  62. 070 - River-Floodplain Connectivity as a Geomorphic, Biogeochemical, and Organismal Driver of Floodplain Function
  63. 071 - Impacts of climate change on the ecological function of tropical aquatic ecosystems
  64. 073 - Biomarker research in aquatic food webs at times of global change - Constraints and opportunities
  65. 074 - Environmental Flow Science in the WaterSMART Program
  66. 075 - Aquatic Ecosystem Services
  67. 076 - Water Resource Sustainability and Resilience: Assessments, Approaches, and Communication
  68. 077 - Ecological targets for water quality management
  69. 078 - The future of aquatic science: an educational session particularly for undergraduates
  70. 079 - Recognizing the Multiple Values of Aquatic Ecosystems to People
  71. 081 - Emerging Issues in Freshwater Ecology
  72. 083 - Restoration of European wetlands: thresholds and tipping points
  73. 084 - Beyond Graduate Research: Disseminating Scientific Knowledge
  74. 086 - What have we learned about tropical streams? How will they be affected by climate change?
  75. 087 - If you remove it, will they come? Evaluating the response of biotic communities to dam removal
  76. 088 - Advancing the science and management of mountain peatlands
  77. 089 - Wildlife Response to Restoration
  78. 090 - How does the Ramsar Convention respond to changing wetland baselines, thresholds and perception shifts in the Anthropocene?
  79. 091 - Resilience of future wetlands to climate change
  80. 092 - Frontiers in Algal Evolution: a case study from the Rhodophyta
  81. 093 - Anthropogenic Influences on Watershed Biogeochemistry: New Findings and Methods
  82. 094 - Geospatial Data Applications for Aquatic Resources
  83. 095 - Remote sensing optically shallow aquatic ecosystems: methods and applications
  84. 097 - Calibration and Verification of Rapid Wetland and Stream Assessment Methods
  85. 099 - Linking the genetics, toxicity, and physiology of bloom-forming cyanobacteria in large lakes in response to a changing environment
  86. 101 - Carbon in aquatic ecosystems: Recent advances in understanding the transport of carbon to streams and its fate in stream ecosystems
  87. 102 - Assessing the ecologic condition of wetlands at national, regional, and state scales: results from the National Wetland Condition Assessment and associated studies
  88. 103 - Lakes and streams as engines in global processes: Insights from technical advances in limnology
  89. 104 - Ecosystem-scale experimental and modeling approaches to investigate effects of environmental drivers on freshwater and marine planktonic and benthic systems
  90. 105 - Wetland restoration: delivering multiple benefits and recreating lost services
  91. 106 - Assessing Effects of Conservation Practices and Programs on Wetland Ecosystem Services
  92. 107 - Characteristics and management of aquatic systems in agricultural landscapes
  93. 108 - Impacts of Global Change on Aquatic Biodiversity and Ecosystem Processes in Mountains
  94. 110 - Ghosts of land-use past: Do land-use legacy effects constrain the restoration of aquatic ecosystems?
  95. 111 - Dissolved organic tracers of aquatic biogeochemistry
  96. 112 - Emerging technologies and integrative data analysis approaches for microbiological studies in aquatic environments
  97. 113 - Uncommon garden: Exploring the role of macrophytes in mediating biodiversity and functional processes across aquatic ecosystems
  98. 114 - Wetlands: getting to a science based approach
  99. 115 - Structural and functional connectivity in dryland aquatic habitats: from genes to communities
  100. 116 - The role of microbial and algal communities in stressed aquatic systems: linking structure to function
  101. 117 - The Effects of Acid Deposition and Acid Remediation Strategies on Aquatic Ecosystems
  102. 118 - Lakes and Freshwater Wetlands
  103. 121 - Does Nutrient Pollution Jeopardize Tidal Wetland Viability? A Controversy Revisited
  104. 122 A - Molecular Ecology (Part 1)
  105. 122 B - Molecular Ecology (Part 2)
  106. 122 P - Molecular Ecology - Poster Session
  107. 123 A - Large River Ecology (Part 1)
  108. 123 B - Large River Ecology (Part 2)
  109. 123 P - Large River Ecology - Poster Session
  110. 124 A - Bioassessment (Part 1)
  111. 124 B - Bioassessment (Part 2)
  112. 124 C - Bioassessment (Part 3)
  113. 124 D - Bioassessment (Part 4)
  114. 124 P - Bioassessment - Poster Session
  115. 125 P - Bacteria and Phytoplankton Dynamics - Poster Session
  116. 126 A - Algae and Primary Production (Part 1)
  117. 126 B - Algae and Primary Production (Part 2)
  118. 126 P - Algae and Primary Production - Poster Session
  119. 127 A - Climate Change (Part 1)
  120. 127 B - Climate Change (Part 2)
  121. 127 P - Climate Change - Poster Session
  122. 128 A - Biogeochemistry (Part 1)
  123. 128 B - Biogeochemistry (Part 2)
  124. 128 P - Biogeochemistry - Poster Session
  125. 129 A - Organic Matter Processing (Part 1)
  126. 129 B - Organic Matter Processing (Part 2)
  127. 129 C - Organic Matter Processing (Part 3)
  128. 129 P - Organic Matter Processing - Poster Session
  129. 130 A - Ecotoxicology (Part 1)
  130. 130 B - Ecotoxicology (Part 2)
  131. 130 C - Ecotoxicology (Part 3)
  132. 130 P - Ecotoxicology - Poster Session
  133. 131 A - Landuse and Non-point Source Impacts (Part 1)
  134. 131 B - Landuse and Non-point Source Impacts (Part 2)
  135. 131 P - Landuse and Non-point Source Impacts - Poster Session
  136. 132 A - Population and Community Ecology (Part 1)
  137. 132 B - Population and Community Ecology (Part 2)
  138. 132 C - Population and Community Ecology (Part 3)
  139. 132 D - Population and Community Ecology (Part 4)
  140. 132 E - Population and Community Ecology (Part 5)
  141. 132 P - Population and Community Ecology - Poster Session
  142. 133 - Aquatic Ecosystem Management and Policy
  143. 133 P - Aquatic Ecosystem Management and Policy
  144. 134 A - Aquatic Conservation and Restoration (Part 1)
  145. 134 B - Aquatic Conservation and Restoration (Part 2)
  146. 134 C - Aquatic Conservation and Restoration (Part 3)
  147. 134 P - Aquatic Conservation and Restoration - Poster Session
  148. 135 - Land-water Interfaces
  149. 135 P - Land-water Interfaces
  150. 136 A - Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function (Part 1)
  151. 136 B - Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function (Part 2)
  152. 136 P - Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function - Poster Session
  153. 137 A - Ecology of Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates (Part 1)
  154. 137 B - Ecology of Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates (Part 2)
  155. 137 P - Ecology of Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates - Poster Session
  156. 138 - Zooplankton Dynamics
  157. 138 P - Zooplankton Dynamics
  158. 139 A - Benthic Communities and Function (Part 1)
  159. 139 B - Benthic Communities and Function (Part 2)
  160. 139 P - Benthic Communities and Function - Poster Session
  161. 140 A - Invasive and Non-Native Species (Part 1)
  162. 140 B - Invasive and Non-Native Species (Part 2)
  163. 140 C - Invasive and Exotic Species (Part 1)
  164. 140 D - Invasive and Exotic Species (Part 2)
  165. 140 P - Invasive and Non-Native Species - Poster Session
  166. 141 A - Wetlands (Part 1)
  167. 141 B - Wetlands (Part 2)
  168. 141 C - Wetlands (Part 3)
  169. 141 D - Wetlands (Part 4)
  170. 141 P - Wetlands - Poster Session
  171. 142 A - Food Webs (Part 1)
  172. 142 B - Food Webs (Part 2)
  173. 142 C - Food Webs (Part 3)
  174. 142 P - Food Webs - Poster Session
  175. 143 - Invertebrate Biology and Life History
  176. 143 P - Invertebrate Biology and Life History
  177. 144 A - Hydro-ecology (Part 1)
  178. 144 B - Hydro-ecology (Part 2)
  179. 144 C - Hydro-ecology (Part 3)
  180. 144 P - Hydro-ecology - Poster Session
  181. 145 A - Systematics and Taxonomy (Part 1)
  182. 145 B - Systematics and Taxonomy (Part 2)
  183. 145 P - Systematics and Taxonomy Poster Session
  184. 146 A - General Phycology (Part 1)
  185. 146 B - General Phycology (Part 2)
  186. 146 P - General Phycology - Poster Session
  187. 147 - Applied Phycology
  188. 147 P - Applied Phycology
  189. 200 - PSA Bold Award Session