Conference outlook for 2014 includes #JASM2014 and #SERNW2014

Although I'm presently settling in for a long winter of writing, plotting, analysis and making turns, two relatively large conferences (by aquatic biology standards) have already made their way onto my calendar. The first is the Joint Aquatic Sciences meeting in Portland, OR this May. This meeting brings together the Society of Wetland Scientists, the Society for Freshwater Science, the Association for the Science of Limnology and Oceanography, and the Phycological Society of America. I'll be helping Andy Herb to chair the SWS wetland restoration section's annual invited session. This year's ASLO meeting will also double as the SWS-PNW regional meeting.


The second conference that I am already pretty excited to attend is the joint meeting of the Society for Ecological Restoration Northwest and Society for Ecological Restoration Great Basin joint meeting in Redmond, Oregon in October 2014. This meeting brings together the young and growing SERGB with SERNW for what should be a large and fantastic regional conference. I'm looking forward to presenting some stream and wetland restoration work that we've taken on in Utah and parts Northwest.

Calls for general abstracts for both meetings are TBA, so keep your eyes open for the calls this winter.