About AAL

Our history

On March 9, 1984 the Argentine Association of Limnology (AAL) was founded.

In 1984, in the old main lecture hall of the Natural Sciences and Museum Faculty (at that time this academic unit was operating in the facilities of the Museum of La Plata) a group of men and women related to this discipline made that longed-for desire concrete by approving the foundations of their training and electing their first directors board.

Twenty-five years after its creation, the Association was given a great boost by holding workshops, meetings, publishing newsletters and communicating with its members.

In 1991, the first international meeting was held in the city of La Plata with great repercussion and call, later the 1994 and 1998 congresses were held in the cities of Tucumán and Buenos Aires respectively.

Our objetives

To promote communication and critical discussion of limnological research through workshops, conferences, symposia and seminars.
To spread the limnological activity of the country through a periodic magazine and an informative bulletin.
To create a permanently updated Directory of Limnologists and to promote its distribution.
To promote the training of human resources in the specialty.
To increase the participation of limnologists in the resolution of problems inherent to aquatic ecosystems.
To establish relations and links with similar entities in the country and abroad.
To form a library that is related to the aims of the Association.

AAL Constituent Document

Ibero-american associations

Handbook for Conferences organization