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37th Annual Symposium of the North American Lake Management Society

Meetings and Conferences
Posted: 4/28/2017
Expiration Date: 11/09/2017

Colorado welcomes NALMS to the headwaters state. Colorado is home to thousands of lakes ranging in elevation from 3560-12,000+ feet above sea level. Water in Colorado is used for fishing, drinking, farming, rafting, camping, mining, ranching, boating, brewing, and more. These uses are supported with a statewide annual rainfall of just 17 inches.  The lakes and reservoirs throughout the West and the Rockies provide the resources to meet these needs.  
Finding Balance is key to managing our lakes, watersheds, and even day-to-day relationships with people.  Come to NALMS 2017 in Colorado to hear fascinating lake talks, see the Rocky Mountains, and to achieve balance in managing your lakes and reservoirs.



NALMS 2017: Finding Balance

What's New
  • Making Waves Ep. 25: Modeling Environmental DNA Movement in Streams, Arial Shogren more
  • September 2017 Issue of Freshwater Science now online more
  • What's happenin'? Find out the news In The Drift... more
  • Read the Spring 2016 issue of in the drift! more
  • Proposed Constitutional Revisions 2016 more
  • Newsletter! Newsletter! in the drift more
  • Does Cultural Diversity Matter to Scientific Societies? Read the President's Environment more
  • SFS signs two letters sent to the US EPA regarding the Trump Administration's proposed revisions to the Waters of the US rule

  • COMPETITION CLOSED - SFS announces logo redesign competition. Submissions due 21 Aug. 2017.

  • Please take a short survey on the SFS logo redesign

  • The SFS ad hoc committee on inclusivity is producing a short video to highlight why freshwater scientists value having a diverse and inclusive society

  • Upcoming deadlines for the Fourth Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology


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