We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byLeah Bauer
Modified over 3 years ago
Lake Erken field station Sweden Thorsten Blenckner
Lake Erken Lake Erken, dimictic Catchment area (km 2 )141 Lake area (km 2 )24 Mean depth (m)9 Max depth (m)21 Residence time (ys)7 Mean TP (µg/l)27 Mean summer Chl a (µg/l)4
Monitoring programme Manual monitoring (winter monthly, otherwise weekly, 1974-79, 1993-now): –Temp., Oxygen, Secchi, pH, alk, cond, colour, diss. + part.+total nutrients, Chl a, phytoplankton counts
Monitoring programme Automatic monitoring (Island, hourly, 1988-now): –Weather station: air temperature, global radiation, PAR, wind speed and direction, –Water temperature 1, 2.5 and 14 m –Delayed fluorescence Automatic monitoring (Float, 30 min, 1988-now): –Water temperature every 0.5 m YSI 6920 Sonde (last year): Temp., Cond., DO, Fluor., pH
Delayed fluorescence Surface, 2.5 and 7 m Every 30 min
Monitoring programme Automatic monitoring (Erken inflow and Galten inflow, hourly): –Discharge, water temperature, CDOM (fluorometer) and turbidity (trans- missometer, 660nm)
Data graph from inflows
The Erken Laboratory Thorsten Blenckner. Lake Erken Lake Erken, dimictic Catchment area (km 2 )141 Lake area (km 2 )24 Mean depth (m)9 Max depth (m)21.
Lake Paajarvi (southern Finland, Europe 60º04 N, 25º08 E) Lake Pääjärvi Automated monitoring station southern boreal vegetation zone (airT 3.6ºC, precip.
Data management system of R/V Muikku Markku Viljanen University of Joensuu.
What is the System-Wide Monitoring Program (SWMP) and What Can It Do For You?
1 Water discharge rate is monitored continually. 2 Sampling of stream and drainage water is made automatically or by grab sampling weekly while groundwater.
Phosphorus eutrophication in an inter-drumlin lake: causes and effects Lucy Crockford Walsh Fellow Trinity College Dublin What’s impeding this lake’s recovery?
N The New Zealand connection: Rotorua lakes David Hamilton and Chris McBride University of Waikato, New Zealand Location Stream nitrate levels.
Water Quality Monitoring of Lake St. Joseph Watershed Principal Investigator: Beatrix Haggard, Ph.D. Co-Principal Investigators: James Hendrix Donnie Miller,
Towards a network of automatic lake water quality monitoring buoys in the UK Background Microbial growth and physical processes, such as mixing events,
Physicochemical indicators of water in Durowskie Lake.
New (and old) oceanographic tools 2012 Workshop DHP 2012 Tina Miller-Way.
RICE CREEK CHAIN OF LAKES TMDL. PELTIER LAKE TOTAL PHOSPHORUS MONITORING DATA.
Update on Ferrybox Improvement of process understanding through the use of high frequent Ferrybox observations Henning Wehde, Dominique Durand, Pierre.
Lake Pusiano field experiment: first preliminary results Greg Attwater & Diego Copetti, Supervisors: Giannni Tartari & Jorg Imberger.
WHY DO WE HAVE SEASONS? OBJECTIVE: To infer the cause of the seasons.
Ken T.M. Wong Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong Red Tide Field Monitoring and Forecasting at Kat O and Lamma Island, HK.
WLRD Science Seminar Sammamish River Water Quality Model Status Report November 19, 2002.
Think about answering the questions: Who? What? Where? When? Why? How? Before your volunteers begin collecting data.
Onondaga Lake. Backround Onondaga Lake was once a major tourist destination. A long history of pollution quickly led to its decline. Today it is one.
… with a trend of improving trophic status. Inflow (757 r. km) mg chl a m -3 Outflow (163 r. km) mg chl a m -3 An order of magnitude increase in 1-2 weeks.
Potomac River Monitoring Programs R. Christian Jones and Donald P. Kelso Department of Environmental Science and Policy George Mason University.
Light and Temperature. Light photons- packets of electomagnetic energy wavelength: ultraviolet= short; infrared= long ~ 53% of the incident light/radiation.
The diagram shows weather instruments A and B. Which table correctly indicates the name of the weather instrument and the weather variable that it measures?
Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center Water Quality Canal Sampling for South Gulf Cove Prepared by Dr. Jon Hubertz
Status of Dermo Disease in Matagorda Bay Oysters (July 2006) Sammy M. Ray URS Corporation Meeting.
2.2 Measuring abiotic components of the system. List the significant abiotic (physical) factors of an ecosystem. Describe and evaluate.
Climate Data. Scope of Core Data Air temperature Precipitation Rain Snow Relative Humidity Barometric Pressure Solar Radiation Wind.
Applications, strengths, weaknesses, and calibration of buoy based sensors.
Great Lakes Observing System GLRI Tributary Monitoring Project Introduction & Overview.
Argo Norway Kjell Arne Mork and Einar Svendsen Institute of Marine Research and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research.
Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center Water Quality Canal Sampling Gated access to harbor.
Data is transmitted from monitoring stations and posted on our internet website. Wallops, VAKlamath, CA.
EARTH’S SEASONS DECEMBER 22 NORTHERN HEMISPHERE: Winter SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE: Summer MARCH 21 NORTHERN HEMISPHERE: Spring SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE: Fall JUNE.
Plan: 1)3 meter deep and a 10 meter deep holes at the undisturbed site. We have a location picked out and Yuri and I are planning to go there this week.
Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Steering Committee Meeting WATER QUALITY MONITORING Demonstration of Remediation Methods Florida Keys Canals Summary.
Water Quality in the Caddo Lake Watershed Caddo Lake Water Quality Cypress Creek Clean Rivers Program.
Project EDDIE: Lake Mixing Carey, C.C., J.L. Klug, and R.L. Fuller. 1 August Project EDDIE: Lake Mixing Module. Project EDDIE Module 3, Version 1.
Water Quality LV/2005-IB/EN/01 Final Meeting 26 June 2007 Water monitoring assessment.
Snow modelling using Surfex with the Crocus snow scheme for Norway Dagrun Vikhamar-Schuler 1 and Karsten Müller 2 1 MET.NO, 2 NVE.
Last week, we looked at rain, wind and clouds
City of Edmonton Water Quality Monitoring Locations.
CGR4M: The Environment and Resource Management 1 Climate Controls Factors that influence climate.
ODINBLACKSEA Meeting, Ostende October BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES INSTITUTE OF OCEANOLOGY BGODC 2010 BULGARIAN NATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHIC DATA.
OXYGEN IN LAKES, STREAMS, AND RESERVOIRS. SOLUBILITY OF OXYGEN IN WATER RELATIVE TO PRESSURE.
Design of Optimum Selective Withdrawal Operation for Temperature Management at Round Butte Dam, Lake Billy Chinook, Oregon Presentation to WEFTEC 2000.
SELF-HELP MONITORING — A WISCONSIN LAKE — Mary Jane Bumby Green Lake Green Lake County Wisconsin.
Oostende Sluice dock – Harbor project Partners VLIZ (=scientific PM): Hernandez F. & Cattrijsse A. MDK (=sponsor) : Bertheloot M. Elscolab (=installer)
Continuous monitoring in the benthic boundary layer off the Northwestern Florida shelf. William M. Landing, Stephanie Fahrny, Kevin Speer, Markus Huettel.
Mini Lesson 3 (Instruction) Compare groups with box and whisker plots Data Literacy Project West Penobscot Bay Buoy.
OSMOSIS Primary Production from Seagliders April-September 2013 Victoria Hemsley, Stuart Painter, Adrian Martin, Tim Smyth, Eleanor Frajka-Williams.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.