The 2018 Society for Freshwater Science (SFS) Annual Meeting was held in Detroit, Michigan, from May 20th to 24th. The full program booklet for the conference can be found on the SFS website.
Lake Futures researchers were involved in the the following sessions presented at the conference:
- Frederick Cheng, Heather Gall, Michael Mashtare, Linda Lee, Nandita Basu: Nevertheless, they persisted: increasing occurrence of hormones in streams due to hyporheic exchange
- Nandita Basu, Kimberly Van Meter, Philippe Van Cappellen: Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery: quantification of long-term nutrient legacies in human-impacted watersheds
- Kimberly Van Meter, Nandita Basu: Biogeochemical asynchrony: ecosystem drivers of concentration-discharge dynamics across temporal scales