The Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO), will be holding their 2013 Aquatic Sciences Meeting Feb. 17-22 in New Orleans, LA., entitled “Learning for the Future.” ASLO is a professional organization for researchers and educators in the field of aquatic science, and is well known for its highly rated research journals, interdisciplinary meetings, and special symposia.
EOAS researcher Cliff Buck will be presenting a paper entitled “Riverine Supply of Inorganic and Methylmercury to the Gulf of Mexico” on Feb. 20.
Caroline Johansen, EOAS Graduate Research Assistant, is putting together a Relay for Life team, “Randi's Cranes”. Here's what she has to say:
Like most of us, I know too many people whose lives have been touched by cancer. That's why I have created a team with members of the EOAS department called “Randi's Cranes” for the Relay for Life event.
If you are a meteorology major at the rising junior level or higher, and are interested in a career in operational meteorology, the National Weather Service in Tallahassee and the Florida Division of Emergency Management are offering the opportunity to work in an operational meteorology environment either at the NWS Weather Forecast Office in Tallahassee or the State of Florida Emergency Operations Center this summer and upcoming fall.