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Media Libraries

SFS hosts a number of media libraries designed to provide images for educational purposes. Images may be downloaded and used for teaching.


SFS digitized images from slide libraries such as the Freshwater Algae and Invertebrate Slide Library and SFS annual meeting contest entries are available to download for personal or education use.  View the SFS Images Library...


Digital videos are available for purcase that highlight over 20 features of the aquatic stream enviroment, habitat, and inhabitants. View video information...

In addition, a number of other freshwater-related videos are collected on the SFS YouTube channel: nabsbenthos.

Slide shows

Slide shows are available for purchase that contain complete content focused on a number of topics.  Topics include stream function, hydro-relicensing, riparian environments, and environmental challeges to conservation.  View slide shows...
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  • COMPETITION CLOSED - SFS announces logo redesign competition. Submissions due 21 Aug. 2017.

  • Please take a short survey on the SFS logo redesign

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


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