Open lectures about nitrogen cycle and waterbodys

  • 11.12.2018, Kreutzwaldi 5 room D-143,13.15-17.00
    Erik Jeppesen - ’Lake response changes in nutrient loading and methods used to speed up recovery after nutrient loading reduction’.
  • 14.12.2018, Kreutzwaldi 5 room D-143, 13.00-17.00
    Mark McCarthy - ’Sediment-water interface nitrogen removal pathways in eutrophic, large lakes Taihu and Erie: implications for nitrogen budgets and cyanobacteria blooms’
    Silvia Newell - ’Nitrogen loading from watersheds and cycling in the water column of eutrophic, large lakes Taihu and Erie: competitive dynamics for ammonium between nitrifiers and cyanobacteria’
    Erik Jeppesen - ’Greenland lakes – effects of fish, seabirds and lake age’
  • 18.12.2018, Kreutzwaldi 5 room D-143, 13.15-17.00
    Mark McCarthy & Silvia Newell - “The importance of nitrogen cycling in aquatic environments: from microbes to ecosystems, water column to sediments, the open ocean to lakes, to eutrophication and cyanobacterial blooms.”


Info: Tiina Nõges, phone: 5297148,

The visits andd lectures of Prof. Erik Jeppesen (Denmark, Aarhus University,), Dr. Mark J. McCarthy (USA, Wright State University) and Dr. Silvia Elena Santa Maria Newell (USA, Wright State University) are supported by the European Union, European Regional Development Fund (Estonian University of Life Sciences ASTRA project „Value-chain based bio-economy“).