The Aquatic Ecology Group aims to bring together all areas of aquatic ecology to promote and facilitate interdisciplinary working.
2014 saw the group re-launch itself with a stronger emphasis on fostering a dynamic group of individuals able to address the broad range of challenges faced by the aquatic community. The Aquatic Group hosts its annual science meeting around the third week of July each year at Charles Darwin House, London, bringing together established and emerging leaders in aquatic ecology from around the world. It is an excellent forum for meeting people working in similar fields, for socialising as well as for general networking.
Members interested in holding additional conferences, meetings, workshops or field meetings on aquatic topics can apply through the Co-Secretaries for BES financial assistance and support for student attendance. Membership is open to BES members with an interest in any field of aquatic ecology.
Join the mailing list
The group runs an email list that is an open forum for discussion among aquatic ecologists all over the world. Messages posted to the list are automatically forwarded to all members and include research information, discussion and requests, future meeting and job advertisements. To join the list, send an email to Ronni Edmonds-Brown.
- Bring together all areas of aquatic ecology to promote and facilitate interdisciplinary working
- Hold workshops and meetings to stimulate discussion, and exchange skills and ideas
- Encourage and support early career researchers
Meetings and Events
14 September: BES Aquatic Meeting
Early-Career Researcher workshop: Statistic & Networking
This workshop is designed for people who want to learn more statistical analysis with R. Time will be set aside for discussion during the meeting and there will also be ample opportunity for networking and a social in the evening.
15 September: BES Aquatic Annual Meeting
Advances in Aquatic Ecology
Leading aquatic ecologists will present their most recent findings and outline their priorities for future research. Students and early-career researchers are encouraged to present posters and give a “highlight talk” at the meeting.