Program & Agenda

Sessions

  1. 001 - ASLO Multicultural Program (ASLO MP) Student Symposium
  2. 002 - Composition and reactivity of dissolved organic matter (DOM) across landscapes
  3. 003 - People Power: The role of Citizen Scientists in aquatic science - global opportunities and perspectives
  4. 004 - Advances in Coastal Hypoxia Modeling: From Physics to Fish
  5. 005 - Protist-omics: a multidisciplinary exploration of the aquatic microeukaryotic world
  6. 006 - Ecological impacts of droughts on freshwater ecosystems
  7. 007 - Biological connectivity and its importance within the context of global change
  8. 008 - The Global Ocean Ecosystem: Patterns, Drivers and Change
  9. 009 - Reservoir Limnology
  10. 010 - Aquaculture & the environment - synergy or antagonism?
  11. 011 - The impact of global change on toxic phytoplankton
  12. 012 - Biogeochemical Processes of Antarctic Shelf Systems
  13. 013 - Assessing marine ecosystems health in an integrative way
  14. 014 - Atmospheric deposition effects in aquatic ecosystems
  15. 015 - Long-term studies of environmental stressors on lake ecosystems: common impacts and dynamics
  16. 016 - Metacommunities
  17. 017 - From "Catching the Algae" to the Role of Zooplankton in Biogeochemical Cycles: Homage to Miquel Alcaraz
  18. 019 - Lakes in the cryosphere: from pole to pole
  19. 020 - Integrated Temporal Perspectives on Climate Effects on Lake Ecosystems
  20. 022 - The biogeochemistry of dissolved organic matter (DOM)
  21. 023 - Biogeochemistry and ecology of African inland waters
  22. 024 - Small bugs with a big impact: linking plankton ecology with ecosystem processes
  23. 026 - Regime shifts in lakes, rivers, and oceans
  24. 027 - Mercury Biogeochemistry from Headwaters to the Ocean
  25. 028 - The black boxes have just been opened: Linking organic matter composition and microbial diversity in aquatic environments
  26. 029 - When, and why then? Phenology and evolutionary adaptations to seasonality in aquatic ecosystems
  27. 031 - Restoration of lakes, reservoirs, and coastal ecosystems by reducing internal nutrient recycling
  28. 032 - Responses of marine organisms to ocean acidification, interactions with other stressors and biogeochemistry
  29. 033 - The role of natural ecosystems in coastal protection: Mechanisms, quantification and application
  30. 034 - Occurrence, impacts and management of cyanobacterial blooms
  31. 035 - From Past to Present: Ocean Productivity and Biogeochemistry
  32. 036 - Human and jellyfish interactions
  33. 037 - The Molecular Ecology of Metal-Microbe Interactions in the Ocean Environment
  34. 038 - Advances in flux measurements in aquatic environments using the eddy correlation technique
  35. 039 - Beyond the mean: integrating the effect of variance in aquatic ecology
  36. 040 - High throughput molecular tools in aquatic ecology
  37. 041 - Lake Ice Dynamics: Hydrology of Cold Water Bodies
  38. 042 - Competition within planktonic communities: What are the effects on ecosystem functioning and biogeochemical processes?
  39. 044 - Approaches to Regional and Global Lake Monitoring
  40. 045 - Addressing regional or global questions about trophic ecology using lipids or stable isotope ratios
  41. 046 - Recent ecological change in ancient lakes
  42. 047 - Aquatic Chemical Ecology - How organic compounds regulate trophic interactions
  43. 049 - Freshwater ecosystems and the carbon cycle: exploring differences across climatic regions
  44. 050 - Nitrogen-cycle feedbacks: drivers of change?
  45. 051 - Biogeochemical interactions between riparian and stream ecosystems under environmental change
  46. 053 - Biodiversity and ecosystem services in freshwater ecosystems, a South North perspective
  47. 054 - Advances in our Global Understanding of Ocean Acidification
  48. 056 - Aquatic microbes in a drop of water: from single cells to community interactions
  49. 057 - The oligotrophic Levantine Sea: state, challenges, and management
  50. 058 - Microbial interactions across the domains of life
  51. 059 - Chemical fluxes across the sediment-water interface: processes, disturbances and techniques
  52. 060 - New insights and perspectives in ecological stoichiometry
  53. 061 - Global climate change: ocean acidification experiments at CO2 vents
  54. 062 - Integrated modelling of lakes in the climate system
  55. 063 - Respiration and the oceanic de-oxygenation problem
  56. 065 - Biogeochemistry, physics, and socioeconomics of groundwater-surface water interactions
  57. 066 - Strengthening the palaeolimnological contribution to global change
  58. 067 - Climate Change in the Baltic Sea: impacts of warming, desalination, eutrophication and acidification
  59. 068 - Evolutionary effects of ocean warming and acidification
  60. 071 - Physiological responses of phytoplankton to resource availability
  61. 072 - Physical and biological processes associated with the exchange through Straits: The case of Gibraltar and other narrow straits.
  62. 073 - Coastal Ocean Biological Patterns and Processes at Regional Scales
  63. 075 - Marine Microbial Biodiversity, Bioinformatics, and Biotechnology
  64. 076 - Novel Microbial metabolisms and interactions in aquatic systems
  65. 080 - Diapause strategies in aquatic organisms: Ecological and evolutionary consequences
  66. 081 - Bivalves as nutrient transformers: Understanding the effects of bivalves on biogeochemical processes
  67. 082 - Aquatic microbial communities across geographic and trophic gradients
  68. 083 - Environmental Consequences of Anthropogenic Structure in the Offshore Environment: A Regional Comparison
  69. 084 - Interactive effects of Global Change Environmental Drivers on Phytoplankton and Bacterioplankton in Coastal Waters
  70. 085 - Current advances in the integration of (semi)automated approaches for measuring phytoplankton dynamics, from freshwater to marine systems
  71. 086 - A meeting point for freshwater biogeochemistry and microbial biodiversity: who is doing the work, at what pace are they working?
  72. 087 - Transbiome impacts of tropical land-use change
  73. 089 - Infochemical controls on biogeochemcial processes in aquatic and marine ecosystems
  74. 090 - Aquatic gas fluxes: measurements, drivers and implications for ecosystem processes
  75. 091 - Bio-optics, optical biogeochemistry, and remote sensing of optically complex waters
  76. 092 - Geochemical and Biological Insight into Sulfate-Methane coupling in marine and marginal marine settings
  77. 094 - Policy Impacts of Aquatic Science: Communicating science to policymakers
  78. 095 - Nitrogen limitation in freshwater - is nitrogen reduction ecologically meaningful?
  79. 098 - Ecosystem-Scale Approaches to Ecosystem-Scale Questions
  80. 099 - Deep Sea Carbon Flux Dynamics: biological, physical and chemical drivers
  81. 100 - Microbial biogeochemistry of tidal flats and shallow sediments: Physical forcing by tides and photoperiod
  82. 101 - Microscopic plastic debris and its impact on aquatic ecosystems
  83. 105 - Viruses and viral mediated processes in aquatic systems
  84. 108 - Ocean Acidification and Lower Trophic Levels: Identifying the Knowledge Gaps - Poster Session
  85. 109 - Urban coastal Systems in a Changing Climate
  86. 110 - Canyons and Their Deep-sea Fans: When geology meets biology
  87. 112 - Are there freshwater biomes?
  88. 113 - Bridging the gap between ecosystem modeling and ecosystem services' assessment in coastal and marine waters
  89. 114 - Multiple stressors in river ecosystems: challenges for conservation and management
  90. 116 - Impact of microbial biodiversity on aquatic ecosystem functioning and biogeochemistry
  91. 118 - Life at small scale: Microscale insights into aquatic systems
  92. 119 - Integrated perspectives of Eastern Boundary Upwelling Systems
  93. 120 - Key players in benthic processes: Micro vs. Macro
  94. 121 - Natural and anthropogenic disturbances on deep-sea ecosystems
  95. 123 - Multi-Methods Connectivity Estimates to Improve Marine Protection Design
  96. 126 - Scales of variability in sources and sinks of methane in lakes, reservoirs and rivers
  97. 128 - Planktonic Biodiversity: Spatial & Temporal Components
  98. 130 - In situ studies of the impacts of ocean acidification: observations, CO2 vents, and FOCE experiments
  99. 131 - Frontiers in Invasion Ecology Research: Theoretical Frameworks, Methods and Applications
  100. 132 - Microbial diversity and dynamics in extreme environments
  101. 133 - Aquatic Science Education and Outreach: Expanding International Science Literacy
  102. 134 - Undergraduate Research in Marine and Aquatic Sciences - Poster Session
  103. 136 - Advances in Blue Carbon Research: The Role of Coastal Ecosystems in the Carbon Cycle
  104. 137 - Next Generation In Situ Sensors for Aquatic Systems
  105. 138 - Food Web Interactions and Trophic Linkages
  106. 139 - Plankton Ecology - Phytoplankton
  107. 140 - Plankton Ecology - Zooplankton
  108. 142 - Chemical Oceanography/GEOTRACES
  109. 143 - Community Ecology