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For general information about the Society or feedback about this web site, contact the SFS webeditor (webeditor@freshwater-science.org).

If you have membership questions, login difficulties, or other technical issues with the website, please contact the SFS webmaster (webmaster@freshwater-science.org).

Taxonomic Certification Program

For general information about the Taxonomic Certification Program or feedback about the TCP web site, contact the SFS TCP coordinator:
Murray Colbo, Tel: 1-902-585-1638 ; e-mail: murray.colbo@acadiau.ca

For technical support with the TCP web site: 
Gail Corkum, Tel: 1-902-585-1742; e-mail: gail.corkum@acadiau.ca

Mailing Address:

SFS Taxonomic Certification Program
Acadia Center for Estuarine Research
Acadia University
Box 115
Wolfville N.S. B2R 4P6

Address change and Membership Applications

Most operations can be made on-line on though your member control panel.

If you prefer, contact SFS Member Services:

5005 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322 USA
Phone: (435) 797-7902
Email: sfsmembership@usu.edu

How to post an advertisement or a message

SFS members, academic institutions, and non-profit organizations can freely post advertisements for position openings, meetings, publications, workshop and courses or general interest messages.

For-profit companies are allowed to post freely, but a $35 donation to one of the SFS endowments funds is suggested.

Advertisements and messages should be emailed to the SFS Classifieds editor (classifieds@freswater-science.org). If judged acceptable, they will be posted promptly (generally within 24h).

What's New
  • Announcement of SFS Endorsement of the March for Science more
  • 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
  • Upcoming deadlines for the Fourth Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology

  • New BRIDGES cluster highlights rapid evidence synthesis in environmental causal assessments

  • New publication describes the fate and ecological effects of amphetamine on biofilm, seston, and aquatic insect communities

  • SFS Bibliography Update:  The 2014 SFS Bibliography is available. 

  • New publication describes dataset developed to assess aquatic condition and watershed integrity


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