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The Purpose of ASLO is to foster a diverse, international scientific community that creates, integrates and communicates knowledge across the full spectrum of aquatic sciences, advances public awareness and education about aquatic resources and research, and promotes scientific stewardship of aquatic resources for the public interest.

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L&O Virtual Issue

Large Lakes of the World Virtual Issue

The Limnology and Oceanography virtual issue on Large Lakes of the World contains a compilation of highly cited and influential papers on large lakes. Click here to read

ASLO Scientists Contribute

What does it mean to be a limnologist or oceanographer? How does aquatic science contribute to society? Learn more about how these fields of science help us understand our planet and how ASLO members share their science with the public.

Photo Contest 2017

Vital water resources vanish as the climate warms, by Juliana D'Andrilli

1st Place Winner in the Conservation Category
Vital water resources vanish as the climate warms
Photo by ASLO member Juliana D'Andrilli

Photo shows Grinnell Glacier, in Glacier National Park.

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Anyone interested in the aquatic sciences is welcome to join the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography.

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ASLO News and Comments

10 tips for a successful manuscript submission

By: Laura J Falkenberg | Mar 14

Help represent the aquatic sciences at the 2018 USA Science and Engineering Festival!

By: ASLO Communications | Mar 5

Interacting with editors at academic conferences: tips for early career researchers

By: Laura J Falkenberg | Feb 6

OSM 2018 Workshops

By: Sean McNally | Jan 24

Creating and maintaining a welcoming atmosphere for all in the aquatic sciences

By: James J. Elser | Jan 16

ASLO Announces 2018 Award Recipients

By: ASLO Communications | Dec 12

Cross peer review: what is it and how is it being used at Limnology & Oceanography: Letters?

By: Laura J Falkenberg | Nov 27