The Australian Society for Limnology (ASL) is associate degree Australian-based scientific society whose focus is that the study and management of inland waters. The sign language was established in 1961, and encompasses a current membership of over four hundred scientists, managers, engineers, lecturers and tertiary level students from all states and territories, additionally as several international members. Members have a powerful skilled interest in inland aquatic problems, within the maintenance of diversity, the upkeep and/or restoration of water quality, and also the wise use of aquatic resources. The Society additionally encompasses a sturdy interest in fostering the scientific and intellectual development of postgraduate and tertiary students, providing them with variety of initiatives for coaching and career development. The Society includes members operating in most relevant government agencies, tertiary establishments and lots of industries associated with aquatic resources. Through their daily activities, members have constant contact with native communities and square measure during a sound position to interpret and recommendation on upcountry water problems. The Society encompasses a substantial cognitive content, and has assumed a responsibility to make sure that this is often accessible to people who manage upcountry waters. Consequently, the charter of the sign language is to additional our understandings of Australia's upcountry waters, and to push its wise use and property management. During this manner, we'll contribute to the continued existence of this valued resource, and also the maintenance and improvement of the standard of life for all Australians. The sign language frequently produces a Bulletin with notes on Limnology activities from around Australia, articles of interest, book reviews and announcements of approaching events doubtless to be of interest to members.