Tuesday September 25
Start of the workshop and Welcome to Eastern Skåne! Agne Andersson, Johan Forssblad and and Heléne Annadotter.
Project status overview
- Lake Vesijärvi – Mirva Ketola
- Lakes Hiidenvesi, Lohjanjärvi & Enäjärvi – Maija Veneläinen
- Lake Köyliönjärvi – Henna Ryömä
- Lake Immeln – Agne Andersson, Heléne Annadotter and Johan Forssblad
15.30. Departure to the fossil museum; “The house of dinosars” in Bromölla. 16.15. Departure to the field station for for fossil hunting at Näsum.
Wednesday, September 26
Phytoplankton – the Good, the Bad and the realy Ugly. A lecture with aspects on theGlobal warming in combination with nutrients and toxic species
Kirsten Olrik, Laboratory of Environmental Biology, Copenhagen
Biomanipulation in Finland – identification of the need, implementing of fish removal,impacts on water quality and ecology, views to the reason in variation of impacts
Ilkka Sammalkorpi, Finnish Environment Institute, SYKE
How did the lakes respond to the lowering of the water level? A plant ecologist´s view on the brownification of water.
Sven Jensén, Plant ecologist, from Lund University
Health aspects on drinking water quality
Ingegerd Rosborg, Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm
The mystery with the orange jelly
Discussion on the topic:
After sewage diversion and successful biomanipulation – can we get rid of the persisting blooms ofcyanobacteria? And why do we get blooms of cyanobacteria in nutrient-poor lakes?
Thursday, September 27
08.00. Meeting with the steering-group
09.00. Workshop on the manual of best practices on Plankton and Water quality
11.00. Planning for the future and discussions on next meeting