Internal Phosphorus Loading: Where It Is and What It Does to Cyanobacteria During Climate Change
October 1 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDTFree
This year ALMS is hosting a webinar series to learn from experts from across North America on various lake related topics! This series will showcase presentations every Friday morning from September 10 to October 1. Presentation topics include remote sensing of lake levels and algal blooms, internal loading, salt pollution, aquatic invasive species, and eDNA. We encourage you to register for the presentations to receive timely updates and post-webinar follow-ups. Check out our website (https://alms.ca/2021-webinar-series/) to register.
Presentation: Internal Phosphorus Loading: Where It Is and What It Does to Cyanobacteria During Climate Change
When: 10:00 MDT, Friday October 1.
Who: Dr. Gertrud Nürnberg
Bio: Gertrud Nürnberg is head of Freshwater Research, a limnological company focusing on the restoration and modeling of eutrophic lakes and reservoirs. She founded this company in 1984, after completing her Ph.D. in biology/limnology at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. She’s worked with lake associations, governmental agencies, NGOs, engineering companies and the private sector in the US, Canada, and Europe. She has about 60 peer-reviewed papers on comparative research, empirical lake models on phosphorus, iron and anoxia, and on lake management techniques in numerous scientific journals. She has been involved with the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS.org) in various positions where she presented the Internal Phosphorus Workshop since 2003. She is winner of several awards (Secchi, Technical Excellence, Best paper) in recognition of outstanding research and publications in lake restoration. You can reach Gertrud at: email@example.com and can find more information at the website: www.fwr.ca.