The Norwegian PROGNOS partners from NIVA recently visited the Langtjern site for a fall sensor maintenance and check-up before the start of winter.
The NETLAKE Deployment Toolbox, guidelines on everything you wanted to know about setting up an automated monitoring station, is now online at www.netlake.org. They will be of use to both water managers and researchers. Each of the 14 factsheets on deployment … Continued
PROGNOS was represented at the recent collocated GLEON 18 and NETLAKE meeting by PhD student Tadhg Moore and his supervisors Eleanor Jennings (DkIT) and Elvira de Eyto (Marine Institute) in Gaming and Lunz, Austria (4-8 July 2016). Tadhg Moore presented a … Continued
The Kinneret Limnological Laboratory, Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research (IOLR), is seeking a postdoctoral researcher to set up and run lake ecosystem models based on high-frequency data, automated calibration routines and short-term weather forecasts in order to provide short-term predictions … Continued
The PROGNOS project, which aims to advance the prediction of in-lake responses to change using near-real-time models, was officially launched during a kick-off meeting at Erken laboratory, 8th-10th June 2016. Sixteen project participants from Denmark, Ireland, Israel, Norway and Sweden … Continued