“Lakespert” – It’s Not the Plant’s Fault
“Lakespert” – Does it Matter What We Call It?
NALMS 2022 Election Results
The annual election for officers and directors is an important way for NALMS members to provide input in the management of the Society. Our officers and directors are all volunteers who serve without pay. Thank you to all the candidates for their dedication to NALMS and thank you to all NALMS members who participated in this year’s election!
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NALMS Seeks Editor-in-Chief for Lake and Reservoir Management
The Board of Directors of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) seeks letters of interest from individuals wishing to serve as the next Editor-in-Chief (EIC) of the society’s peer-reviewed publication, Lake and Reservoir Management (LRM). LRM publishes original, previously-unpublished studies relevant to lake and reservoir management. LRM addresses the management of lakes and reservoirs, their watersheds and tributaries, along with the limnological and ecological analyses needed for the sound management of such systems. LRM addresses scientific, ...
Coming Soon: Clean Lakes Program Advocacy Campaign
The North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) is excited to share with you some information about an advocacy campaign for restoring funding to, and enhancing, Section 314 of the Clean Water Act (CWA). The North American Lakes Management Society (NALMS) 314 Working Group has been developing the elements of an advocacy campaign related to restoring funding to Section 314 of the CWA, to once again allow for diagnostic-feasibility studies to be conducted on lakes and ponds across the country. Another component of the campaign is to enhance Section 314 by including ...
NALMS 2022 Election Candidates
The 2022 election for officers and directors is underway. Voting in the annual election is an important way for NALMS members to provide input in the management of the Society. Our officers and directors are all volunteers who serve without pay. All members may vote for President-Elect, Treasurer, and At-Large Director. The President-Elect serves for one year in that position after which they serve as President for one year and Past-President for one year. The Treasurer serves for three years and may succeed themselves for one additional term. The At-Large ...
“Lakespert” – I Really Dig Lakes!
Report on The Big Event: JASM 2022
The 2022 Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting took place from May 14-20, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and an abundance of newly hatched caddisflies were there to welcome us; as aquatic scientists, we get excited about the littlest things… The pedestrian bridge over the Grand River was the site of a social event on Thursday evening. The river is where the filter-feeding caddisflies were hatching from. And excited we certainly were to see our two-legged colleagues as well! This was the first large in-person meeting for many of us since 2019, and the first time that we needed to observe COVID-19 protocols, including wearing face masks, which everyone faithfully did. JASM 2022 included all 9 aquatic societies that are members of the Consortium of Aquatic Science Societies (CASS). The first JASM, held in 2014, included four societies (NALMS joined CASS in 2017).