Program & Agenda

Sessions

  1. SS01 - Ecology under ice
  2. SS02 - Bridging ecosystem metabolism, food web interactions, and biogeochemistry using the common language of stoichiometry: can it be done?
  3. SS03 - Physical processes and their influence in zooplankton ecology
  4. SS04 - Cyanobacterial patterns and processes across scales: implications for water resource management in a changing climate
  5. SS08 - Plugging leaks in the plumbing of the inland water carbon cycle
  6. SS09 - Host-parasite interactions in microbial communities
  7. SS10 - Bridging local processes and large-scale patterns in aquatic biogeochemical cycles across landscapes
  8. SS12 - Reductionist approaches to large-scale carbon cycling - opportunities and limitations
  9. SS13 - Disentangling the effects of management and climate change in aquatic ecosystems
  10. SS14 - Wayne's World: A session to celebrate the career of Wayne Gardner and his broad contributions to understanding the biogeochemistry of aquatic systems
  11. SS15 - Aquatic Science: Informing Policy, Management, and the Public
  12. SS17 - Responses to environmental change in mountain aquatic ecosystems
  13. SS18 - Algae Cultivation: Biotic and Abiotic Challenges - In Memoriam of Val Smith
  14. SS20 - Sublethal Stressors and Ecotoxicology: Investigating, quantifying, and modeling death by a thousand cuts
  15. SS21 - Sources, transformation and importance of iron in freshwaters
  16. SS23 - Aquatic Evolutionary Ecology
  17. SS24 - Water regulation and reservoir management in a context of global change
  18. SS25 - Continuous nutrient sensing in research and management: applications, methods, and lessons learned across aquatic environments and watersheds.
  19. SS26 - Headwaters to oceans: ecological and biogeochemical processes across the aquatic continuum
  20. SS28 - Methane processes and dynamics across the aquatic continuum
  21. SS30 - Wildfire Effects on Freshwater Ecosystems: Advances in Research Techniques
  22. SS31 - The sky is falling: atmospheric deposition of all shapes and sizes and its influence on aquatic ecosystems around the world
  23. SS32 - Data-intensive aquatic research: Networks, teams, sensors, harmonized datasets, and open science
  24. SS33 - Cross-scale perspectives: integrating long-term and high-frequency data into our understanding of aquatic communities and ecosystems
  25. SS35 - Developing and testing ecological theory in aquatic ecosystems
  26. SS37 - Investigating the ecosystem effects of seawater intrusion into tidal freshwater wetlands: From biogeochemistry to geomorphology
  27. SS38 - Use of Natural Abundance 14C in Aquatic Food Web and Ecosystem Studies
  28. SS39 - The Complexity of Aquatic Invasions in the Colorado River Basin
  29. CS06 - Diversity, Structure, and Functioning of Bacterial Communities
  30. CS07 - Benthic Ecology
  31. CS10 - Aquatic Sciences in the Anthropocene
  32. CS15 - Ecosystem Ecology
  33. CS18 - Fish
  34. CS23 - Macrophytes
  35. CS28 - Phytoplankton
  36. CS37 - Aquatic Food Webs
  37. CS38 - Aquatic Food Webs 1: Environmental influences on consumer - resource interactions and energetics
  38. CS39 - Aquatic Food Webs 2: Forces structuring populations and communities
  39. CS40 - Aquatic Food Webs 3: Diversity and ecosystem function