Partner organizations

International Paleolimnology Association

The IPA exists to advance the science of paleolimnology and its applications, and promote the interests of paleolimnology globally. The association holds an international conference every three years (joint meeting with IAL), which brings together paleolimnologists and other scientists and users of paleolimnological information. The IPA facilitates an effective means of communication among paleolimnologists, other scientists, and users of paleolimnological information, and provides general support and coordination to the international paleolimnological community. The goals of the association are linked with the goals of the main publication vehicle for paleolimnologists, the Journal of Paleolimnology (currently published by Springer). To find out more about the IPA please visit their website or Facebook page.


Geological Society of America

The GSA is a global professional society with a membership of more than 20,000 individuals in more than 100 countries. GSA provides access to elements that are essential to the professional growth of earth scientists at all levels of expertise and from all sectors: academic, government, business, and industry. The Society unites thousands of earth scientists from every corner of the globe in a common purpose to study the mysteries of our planet (and beyond) and share scientific findings. Since 1888, GSA’s meetings, publications, and programs have enhanced the professional growth of geoscientists and fostered geoscience stewardship and service. GSA encourages cooperative research and public dialogue on geoscience issues and supports all levels of earth-science education. To find out more about GSA please visit their website.


African Great Lakes Information Platform

Thousands of people are working to sustainably manage the African Great Lakes, but they face barriers to connect. That’s where the AGLI comes in. AGLI delivers the information needed to support sustainable management of the amazing natural resources of the African Great Lakes region. The site helps users access spatial data; information on past, present and future projects; and all aspects of the adaptive management process, which ensures a more comprehensive, effective and efficient approach to addressing complex conservation issues. To find out more about AGLI please visit their website.