Limnology 2010 A Monster's Tale McGill Limnology class, fall 2010, hard at work in the field.... Featuring the stream macroinvertebrate/monster group/dance troupe.
Limnology - Paper Boat "The power of running water."
Bálint Wagner vid Baldringe For many years limnologist Bálint Wagner from Lund has studied and monitored some small wetlands in the South of Skåne. Scientific journalist Hjalmar Dahm meets him a sunny summer day.
LimnoMovie: Water Health and Macroinvertebrates A short instructional video on how to understand the health of a water body using a citizen guide biotic index and macroinvertebrate samples.
Fish Tale A quasi-nature documentary shot on super 8 film in the mid-1980's. Conceived and shot by Nick Santoro. The film features locations around Greenwood Lake, New Jersey and the surrounding area, including Ringwood Manor, the Monksville Dam, etc. Humpback whale footage shot on Stellwagen Bank off the coast of Massachusetts. Ultimately, "Fish Tale" is the story of man's abuse of his environment. As the narrator states, "Eutrophication is not a pretty word." Music by Andreas Vollenweider from his album "Caverna Magica".
Jaywalking with Limnology Limnology Spoof of Jaywalking
Jonas Michanek lectures about the Age of Creativity and Idea Management for the University of Lund Jonas Michanek, the founder of Idélaboratoriet (Idea Lab), lectures on the theme The Five Phases of Idea Management or how we ended up in the age of creativity for the Limnology department of Lund University in Åhus - the home of Absolut Vodka- in Sweden. What are the innovation trends of today and what methodology can you use when working with and getting ideas. IN ENGLISH.
Stephanoceros spp. Stephanoceros is a freshwater rotifer found near the shore at Whitefish Bay Lake Superior, MI by the University of Michigan - Flint Limnology class on July 24, 2007. By Dr. Gary Pace, Patrick Scanlon, and Christopher Thibault.
The Role of the Great Lakes in Michigan's Economic Future- Chpts. 1-2, 3/17/10 Greetings- Veronica A. Johnson, Director, UM Lansing Service Center Introduced Speaker- Representative Dan Scripps Speakers: John Austin, Brookings Institution Jim Diana, Michigan Sea Grant Allen Burton, Co-operative Institute for Limnology and Ecosystem Research Don Scavia, Graham Institute for Sustainability
A Night Dive in Pavilion Lake, British Columbia During the PLRP field season of 2009, Dr. Ian Hawes and I made several night dives. Here you can see Ian exploring the microbiaites, searching for grazers such as amphipods and snails that might have an impact upon the overall growth and morphology of the structures. The underwater video was taken with my Sony PMW-EX1 in a Gates Housing using a Fathom SWP44c port and two Green Force Squid 250 HID light set with FIII Batteries
1-Limnology SY:2009-2010 Its ZLL!!!!!..the pictures was taken for documentary..
The GLEON Project An overview of the goals and organization of the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network, an environmental monitoring program exploiting the use of cyberinfrastructure to gather data about lakes from around the world. [2/2009] [Science] [Show ID: 15868]
Limnology Sampling How to use different equipment with the Limnology students of Auburn...War Eagle!
Limnology this is meant to be a leaf
Underwater Fluorescence UV light has a short wavelength and high energy that can be damaging to cells by altering their molecules, proteins, or DNA. Organisms have therefore developed strategies to protect itself from this deleterious wavelength. One proposed strategy is the possession of compounds homologous to green fluorescent proteins (GFP) that are able to capture and dissipate the high energy from the UV light and remit it as non-damaging light at greater wavelength. This effect can be seen by the fluorescent coloration emitted by the coral animal, captured with a camera equipped with a yellow filter when shined with a UV light. Credits Cinematography: Dr. Dimitri Deheyn & Neilan Kuntz Edited by: Neilan Kuntz Written by: Dr. Dimitri Deheyn Location: Bocas del Toro, Panama (2005) Mazel CH et al. (2003) Green-fluorescent proteins in Caribbean corals. Limnology & Oceanography 48(1, part 2) 402-411 Salih, A, A Laricum, G Cox, M KÃ¼hl, O Hoegh-Guldberg(2000) Fluorescent pigments in corals are photoprotective. Nature 408:850-853 Ugalde JA, BSW Chang, MV Matz (2004) Evolution of coral pigments recreated. Science 305:1433 Zawada DG, JS Jaffe (2003) Changes in the fluorescence of the Caribbean coral Montastraea faveolata during heat-induced bleaching. Limnology & Oceanography 48(1, part 2): 412-425
Getting Out of the Water Our research in the perennially ice-covered lakes of Antarctica involves long, hard days, but they are always fun and exciting. Here, Dale Andersen, having completed a dive next to the Canada Glacier is exiting the water - with a bit of help from George Simmons, Bob Wharton and Phil Ballou. This research has been supported by NSF's Office of Polar Programs, and NASA's Exobiology program
Plight of the Lake Trout Researchers are on a quest to find the lake trout that remain in Lake Michigan.
IBRD-GEF Coral Reef Targeted Research project The CRTR Program is a partnership between the Global Environment Facility, the World Bank, The University of Queensland (Australia), the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and approximately 50 research institutes and other third-parties around the world. Today, the CRTR Synthesis Panel members join more than 300 of the worlds leading scientists and natural resource managers for technical workshops at the 5th (GEF) International Waters Conference at Cairns, Queensland. Interviewees: OveHoegh-Guldberg, The University of Queensland - Center for Marine Studies RobertoIglesias-Prieto, Independent National University of Mexico (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) - Institute of Sea Science and Limnology Margareth S. Kyewalyanga, University of Dar es Salaam - Institute of Marine Sciences Marea E. Hatziolos, The World Bank Video Produced for GEF IW:LEARN by The 20/20 Group
Environmental Science, University of Nevada, Reno Major in environmental science at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR).
AddingData Second movie in a series of "how to" videos showing how to create information rich charts for Limno in Excel.
Lake Superior and Climate Change: Part 1 In the first installment of the Institute on the Environment's three-part video series, researchers at the University of Minnesota Duluth campus discuss the impacts of climate change on Lake Superior and the questions yet to be answered.
Careers in Limnology Mike Schueller explains how his job helps perserve the environment and waterways.
Lake turnover This clip demonstrates how stratified lakes turnover under the influence of cold winter storms. The clip is a time-lapsed record of a desk-top experiment using baby food jars.
Expedition Congo2010 - water ecology Congo river Pierre-Denis Plisnier at work near Congo River (DRCongo) Expedition congo2010 - water ecology www.africamuseum.be
Limnology - William DeMott - IPFW 2011 Featured Faculty IPFW Featured Faculty member William DeMott, professor of biology and food chain researcher, talks about limnology, limbs, and zooplankton. He's part of the 2011 class of Featured Faculty at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW). Learn more at feature.ipfw.edu .
University of Wisconsin-Madison research buoy deployment, April 2010 Part of the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network, or GLEON, an oceanographic research buoy on Madison, Wisconsin, Lake Mendota is part of a suite of tools that University of Wisconsin-Madison engineering, limnology and space science researchers are using to study toxic blue-green algae.
Looking Glass A visualization tool for limnological data
The Quest For Limnology
Eastern Michigan University limnology class Dr. Judd's Limno class came out today (2010 February 16).
Morrison Spring Plant Life yet another movie project for school. But this time its for Limnology! Disclaimer of pictures and videos used. Music by Nathan Pinard
Tahoe-Baikal Institute, assorted photos This slide show gives a broad overview of the activities of the Tahoe-Baikal Institute. There are many photos illustrating the field work and research projects conducted by our Summer Environmental Exchange students (photos from 2009 and 2010 groups), photos showing some of the cultural activities included in our exchanges, photos from our recent Environmental Education seminars in Irktusk, Ulan Ude, Severobaikalsk, and Tankoi, and from the Baikal Day activities organized by TBI alumni in Irkutsk. And of course, there are some fabulous scenic photos of Tahoe and Baikal!
Biology Shanty Art Shanty Project is a six-week exhibition of "performance, architecture, science, art, video, literature, survivalism and karaoke." Artists, scientists and others construct temporary "shanties," inspired by ice fishing houses, on Medicine Lake. Biology Shanty is dedicated to exploring limnology, the study of lakes, streams, ponds and wetlands.
Aquafarming Training Courses for new players-.my Practical work for limnology study of a man-made lake at Sepang Gold Coast of Bagan Lalang.The participants were from different parts of Malaysia.The intake is marble goby breeding and farming course.It is the hot topic for new investment
In the Field: Itasca Biological Station and Laboratories College of Biological Sciences faculty Jim Cotner and Sehoya Cotner talk about their ecology research, which includes measuring the effect of earthworms on aquatic systems and, in general, the role of small lakes on the carbon cycle.
Limnology Museum of Baikal Museum of Baikal
The distance (limnology rock) Live performance by Phantom Midge - the Center for Limnology house band. Dave Balsiger - Rhythm guitar Jereme Gaeta - Bass Matt Kornis - Keyboard Steve Powers - Lead Guitar Nico Preston - Drums Brian Weidel - Vocals Special Thanks: David Gilroy - Video and Audio Stuart Jones - Sound
Secchi disk in action This is a Secchi disk being lowered into a Missouri lake. The Secchi disk is used to measure water clarity. Visit the Lakes of Missouri Volunteer Program at .
Dr. Michael Miller - Fremont Lifetime Achievement Award 7.5 minute video honoring the life's work of Dr. Michael C. Miller, Professor Emeritus in the Dept of Biological Sciences at the University of Cincinnati, on the occasion of his receiving the First Annual Mike Fremont Lifetime Achievement Award from Rivers Unlimited, an Ohio watershed protection and restoration organization founded in 1972 and based in Cincinnati.
Grandparents University 2008 -- Limnology Degree The Limnology degree is one of 12 degrees that children and their grandparents can earn each summer at Grandparents University®. This award-winning, two-day workshop is a chance for children (recommended ages 7-14) and their grandparents to come together and learn from each other in a dynamic atmosphere on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. What better way for grandparents and grandchildren to spend time together than sharing stories, reliving and creating memories, and earning a degree together from UW-Madison? Grandparents University is offered by the Wisconsin Alumni Association and UW-Extension Family Living Programs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The limnology courses are offered by the UW Limnology Department and the UW Sea Grant Institute.