We are back and looking ahead to spring 2023!

Would you like to be part of Diatom Web Academy? We welcome participation by diatomists at every level. Being a host of Diatom Web Academy is a great way to meet new colleagues and energize your science. Please contact us to join the team.

Sessions are recorded and can be accessed for later viewing. You are invited to join us, wherever you may be, from anywhere around the world. Our zoom link:

https://umn.zoom.us/j/98329532220?pwd=K2RCMkd0Vk9JbWl3MFlyazcyaHdEZz09


UPCOMING

Tuesday February 14
10 - 11 AM (mountain time, US and Canada)
18:00 Central European Time
David Harwood, University of Nebraska
The great grandmother diatoms

Tuesday February 28
10 - 11 AM (mountain time, US and Canada)
18:00 Central European Time
Sylvia Lee and the Diatom Taxonomic Certification Committee
Diatom Certification, Level 2, Species Exam

Tuesday March 14
10 - 11 AM (mountain time, US and Canada)
18:00 Central European Time
TBA

Tuesday March 28
10 - 11 AM (mountain time, US and Canada)
18:00 Central European Time
Daniel Conley, Lund University
Perspectives on the emergence of diatoms and their impact on the global biogeochemical cycle of silica

Tuesday April 11
10 - 11 AM (mountain time, US and Canada)
18:00 Central European Time
Regine Jahn, Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem
How to name diatom strains from taxonomic studies - integrating type information, morphology, and sequence data

Tuesday April 25
10 - 11 AM (mountain time, US and Canada)
18:00 Central European Time
Rosalina Stancheva, California State University
Identification of Cocconeis from streams in California: a mission (im)possible?

Tuesday May 9
10 - 11 AM (mountain time, US and Canada)
18:00 Central European Time
Jasmine Saros, University of Maine
Title coming soon

Tuesday May 23
10 - 11 AM (mountain time, US and Canada)
18:00 Central European Time
Diatom Taxonomic Certification Committee
Preparing for the Society for Freshwater Science meeting on taxonomic QA/QC