49 results for tag: cyanobacteria


FLMS Pre-Symposium Workshops

Four full-day workshops include: Algal ID - general Identification & cyanobacteria focus Drone Applications in Lake Mgmt Oxygenation and Circulation Techniques to Improve Water Quality Introduction to Statistical Analysis and Machine Learning in R. View full descriptions at www.flms.net/chapters-and-workshops/technical-workshops/

Cyanobacteria Update: What we’ve seen & what to be on the lookout for

Tune in for an update on the status of toxic cyanobacteria blooms in New Hampshire’s lakes during Summer 2021 and find out what to be on the lookout for this fall. Presented by Amanda Murby McQuaid, Ph.D., Harmful Algal and Cyanobacteria Bloom Program, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services. This session is part of the "Explore Lakes with NH LAKES" webinar series. If you get chance, please thank Presenting Sponsor Grappone Automotive Group for helping make this series possible. And, if you have any automotive needs, please check them out! Find out more: grappone.com

HABs Drinking Water Webinar Series

In collaboration with the USACE Invasive Species Leadership Team, Aquatic Plant Management Society, and American Water Works Association, NALMS is proud to offer a five-part summer webinar series focused on HABs and drinking water. In this series, our panel of experts will summarize the latest research and technical information on management strategies to encourage better integration and facilitation in the protection of drinking water. 06/23/21 - HAB Impacts to Drinking Water and Current Management Outlook Start: 12:00 CDT Other Information: HABs Drinking Water Webinar Series #1 Webinar Flyer WebEx: https://usace1.webex.com/meet/tara...

NEC-NALMS Spring Webinar Series Part 2 – Cyanobacteria: What You Need to Know

In celebration of Earth Day 2021 and to promote awareness and action about cyanobacteria blooms in our New England Lakes, the New England Chapter of the North American Lake Management Society is hosting a two-part webinar series on “Cyanobacteria and What You Need to Know.” Please join us for one or hopefully both sessions of this two-part, free webinar series. Part One will cover cyanobacteria biology, toxins and toxic impacts on wildlife, pets, and people. Part Two focuses on monitoring of cyanobacteria and control options. Both webinars will feature 30-minute presentations with time for questions and discussion. Tuesday, April 20th ...

NEC-NALMS Spring Webinar Series Part 1 – Cyanobacteria: What You Need to Know

In celebration of Earth Day 2021 and to promote awareness and action about cyanobacteria blooms in our New England Lakes, the New England Chapter of the North American Lake Management Society is hosting a two-part webinar series on “Cyanobacteria and What You Need to Know.” Please join us for one or hopefully both sessions of this two-part, free webinar series. Part One will cover cyanobacteria biology, toxins and toxic impacts on wildlife, pets, and people. Part Two focuses on monitoring of cyanobacteria and control options. Both webinars will feature 30-minute presentations with time for questions and discussion. Tuesday, April 20th ...

NALMS Internship Opportunities

NALMS is accepting applications for two internship opportunities: NALMS Policy Internship The intern will work with the NALMS Policy and Communications Committees to support the process of writing white papers and developing policy recommendations regarding the following topics: Climate Change Impacts on Lake Ecosystems, Lake Watershed Management, Cyanobacteria Management, and Urban Lake Management. An integral component of the internship will be taking the lead in writing a white paper and developing policy recommendations regarding one of the topics listed above or a new topic agreed upon by the intern and their supervisor. The ...

FLMS Virtual Workshop: Algal Identification in the Environment

Part 1: Workshop Description: This workshop is designed as an introduction to the general groups of freshwater algae, their ecology and diversity. We will review key features distinguishing the major algal groups: cyanobacteria, chlorophytes, diatoms, dinoflagellates, red algae, euglenophytes, etc. and spend some time looking at specimens under the scope. Part 2:  Workshop Description: This workshop has a special focus on harmful and nuisance algae (focusing on cyanobacteria) in freshwater systems. We will dive into the ecology of both planktonic and benthic members of this group, while identifying major problematic taxa (genera and species). ...

FLMS HAB Control Webinar

Preliminary Evaluation of Nanobubblers to Improve Water Quality and Reduce Cyanobacteria Blooms, Patrick Goodwin Air Nanobubbles as a Chemical-Free Method for Algae Control, Christian Ference M.S. Laboratory-scale evaluation of algaecide effectiveness for control of microcystin-producing cyanobacteria from Lake Okeechobee, Florida, Dail Laughinghouse Ph.D. Effects of Glyphosate (Rodeo) on the Growth of Planktonic Cyanobacteria, Maximiliano Barbosa

Help NALMS understand how you learn about cyanobacterial blooms on your favorite lake

How do you learn if and when cyanobacterial blooms occur in your favorite lake? NALMS and the ITRC want to know!

Cyanobacteria Updates

In the October/November issue of this newsletter we announced new features on the NALMS Inland HABs Program Webpage, including an interactive Story Map featuring cyanobacteria resources. These resources are maintained by Shane Bradt and Angela Shambaugh, co-chairs of our HABs Committee. Angela Shambaugh is also co-leader of a study focused on harmful cyanobacteria blooms by a national team sponsored by the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC). Angela reports, “The final product will include sections on nutrient management, monitoring, in-lake management approaches, and communication strategies. Team membership is open now and NALMS ...