Student Video Series: “Lake Management – Biomanipulation”

NALMS is seeking student-produced videos of “Lake Management – Biomanipulation” for inclusion in the video series hosted on the NALMS YouTube channel and website.

In addition to the basic requirements in the Video Evaluation Rubric, this video can cover:

  • Defining lake management
  • Definition of biomanipulation
  • General examples with pros and cons OR a case study with key requisites (e.g., only recommend in soft water) and/or assumptions (e.g., no drastic water level fluctuation)
  • Conclusion
  • References cite and additional resources (if available)

Awards for top video include: $500 USD travel award to annual NALMS conference; free one-year NALMS membership; promotion on NALMS website, YouTube channel, and social media platforms; and an award and recognition at the annual NALMS conference.*

*If a video is authored by multiple students, these award benefits will be split equally among the authors.

Submit a Release Form to or upload to Dropbox with your video submission.
(Note: now required for ALL entries!)

Deadline for video submission: October 30, 2019.

Interested in learning more?
Visit the Student Video Series webpage.