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DOI 10.1002/lob.10316
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Title (Primary) ASLO activities focus on meeting the needs of early career members
Author Salk, K.R.; Fink, P. ORCID logo ; Filstrup, C.T.; Rose, K.C.; Grossart, H.-P.
Source Titel Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin
Year 2019
Department ASAM; FLOEK
Volume 28
Issue 2
Page From 76
Page To 78
Language englisch
Abstract Early career scientists face an evolving and rapidly changing world of scientific careers. Today, early career researchers compete in the job market with the largest group of new PhDs in history, work in an increasingly interdisciplinary and variable international setting, and contend with massive changes to the structure of both academic and nonacademic careers. In contrast to earlier times, scientific careers are much more diversified and do not follow a single concept anymore. The ASLO Early Career Committee, made up of a selection of early and midā€career members of ASLO, is working to help prepare early career aquatic scientists for these multiple and often confusing challenges and demands.
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Salk, K.R., Fink, P., Filstrup, C.T., Rose, K.C., Grossart, H.-P. (2019):
ASLO activities focus on meeting the needs of early career members
Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 28 (2), 76 - 78 10.1002/lob.10316