Publications of the Society for Freshwater Science
Journal: Freshwater Science
Freshwater Science (FWS) publishes articles that advance understanding and environmental stewardship of all types of inland aquatic ecosystems (lakes, rivers, streams, reservoirs, subterranean, and estuaries) and ecosystems at the interface between aquatic and terrestrial habitats (wetlands, riparian areas, and floodplains). Freshwater Science is published quarterly (March, June, September, and December) by the The Society for Freshwater Science.
Publications for Members
The SFS newsletter "In the Drift" is a short and informal publication. Its main goals are to personalize SFS ongoing and newsworthy science, to help SFS members stay connected throughout the year, and to provide reminders of important items in the concurrently-published Bulletin.
Published 3x yearly.
Members-only. Published three times a year. Deadlines for Submissions: Spring issue: 1 February; Summer issue: 1 July Fall issue: 1 October
Note: As of Spring 2013, the SFS Bulletin has moved to a web-only format and is no longer published in a PDF.
Current and Selected Bibliographies on Benthic Biology is an annual bibliographic compilation of citations for scientific articles published during the preceding year that are pertinent to one (or more) of 19 taxonomic groupings or subject categories focusing on aquatic biology.
Bibliography published annually.
SFS informational posters and brochures available to be used to inform the general public about freshwaters, educate students about opportunities in freshwater science, and recruit new members to our society.
Members-only. Online version is updated annually.
Abstracts of presentations and posters at meetings
Collection of links to Internet resources.
Maintained by David Kirschtel
- March 2017 Issue of Freshwater Science now online more
- 2017 Instars Fellowship applications now available more
- What's happenin'? Find out the news In The Drift... more
- Emily Bernhardt's President's Environment: Be Kind more
- Read the Spring 2016 issue of in the drift! more
- Proposed Constitutional Revisions 2016 more
- Newsletter! Newsletter! in the drift more
New publication describes the fate and ecological effects of amphetamine on biofilm, seston, and aquatic insect communitiesmore
SFS Bibliography Update: The 2014 SFS Bibliography is available.more
New publication describes dataset developed to assess aquatic condition and watershed integritymore
New BRIDGES cluster highlights the diverse biological and sociological conditions in urban watershedsmore
Freshwater Science is now available on the new University of Chicago Press Journals website.more