Operation Smarter Not Harder: An Attempt At Shared Journal Tracking

According to a Nature blog from 2014, global scientific output doubles every nine years! And as you can see from the word cloud, the Wenger lab has a wide range of interests within freshwater ecology. Insert Operation Smarter Not Harder. We are taking advantage of our large lab size, and splitting up journal tracking for general science and ecology publications as well as more specialized freshwater journals.  The journals we are following can be found below. Each week we’ll be posting all the articles that caught the eye of one of our lab members. The bolded articles are ones that, after a closer reading, we found particularly noteworthy.Feel free to join us in our literary endeavors, and read what we’re reading! All the cool kids are doing it . Well, at the least the coolest freshwater nerds.

  1. Biogeochemistry
  2. Limnology and Oceanography
  3. Canadian Journals Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
  4. Global Change Biology
  5. Ecological Monographs
  6. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
  7. Journal of American Water Resources
  8. Ecological Indicators
  9. Ecology
  10. AGU – Water Resources Research
  11. Ecosystems
  12. Ecology Letters
  13. Landscape Ecology
  14. Nature
  15. River Research and Applications
  16. Science
  17. BioScience
  18. Freshwater Biology
  19. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems
  20. Freshwater Science
  21. Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences
  22. Oikos
  23. Ecology of Freshwater Fish
  24. Ecological Applications
  25. Conservation Biology
  26. Biological Conservation
  27. Conservation Letters
  28. Ecography
  29. Nature Communications
  30. Ecohydrology
  31. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries
  32. Ecosphere

Did we miss a noteworthy journal? Email us and we’ll read what you’re reading.

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