RACC researchers Drs. Beverley Wemple and Jason Stockwell recently traveled to Bahía Blanca, Argentina, to attend the annual All-Hands Meeting of the Global Lakes Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON). GLEON is a grass roots framework for scientists around the world to share data and collaboratively conduct innovative science using high-frequency sensor data to address the roles and responses of lakes to global climate change. During the meeting, Drs. Stockwell and Wemple established collaborative projects with groups of scientists from around the world - Dr. Wemple on the impacts of watersheds on lake water quality and Dr. Stockwell on how the warming of lakes in the spring impacts phytoplankton community diversity.