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The impacts of extreme weather events on lakes have received increasing attention in recent years. This is because the severity and frequency of such events have increased and are predicted to increase even further in the years to come due … Continued

PROGNOS project site, Lough Feeagh on Irish TV

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One of the PROGNOS project sites, Lough Feeagh in the Burrishoole catchment in Ireland, featured in a recent Irish TV programme Eco eye on the issues relating to dissolved organic carbon exported from peatlands, and possible disinfection by-products in drinking water.  … Continued

2nd annual meeting

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The second annual meeting for the PROGNOS project was held in NIVA, Oslo, on 13th and 16th June. The project team first held a modelling workshop on the 13th and 14th, reviewing progress to date and planning for the next … Continued

Ice push at Lake Erken

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An important part of PROGNOS is the collection of high frequency automated monitoring data that can be used to run and check our water quality models.  Despite our best efforts, this data collection is not completely without hazard. Here we show … Continued

Post-doc & PhD positions, Ireland & Spain

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Post-doc 1, Ireland A post-doc position is available for three years working on high frequency monitoring data from lakes and rivers, based in the Marine Institute facility in Mayo, Ireland and employed by Dundalk Institute of Technology (working with Eleanor Jennings (DkIT) … Continued

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