12 June 2023
The conference will take place in Estonian National Museum, address Muuseumi tee 2, Tartu. Google maps link HERE
At 8:35AM, a bus from Vanemuise theatre lower parking lot will start driving to the event.
The bus will have the „11th Shallow Lakes Conference“ logo by the front window.
HERE is the Google maps link to the location of the bus parking spot.
15 minutes after the official end of the conference day, a bus will take participants back to the center of Tartu.
It is also possible to come to the event by foot, Estonian National Museum is approximately 2km from the Center. Various ohter transportation methods can be found here:
Jakob Hurt Hall
Estonian University of Life Sciences
Estonian Research Council
General Chair of the Organizing Committee
Estonian University of Life Sciences
13:00-13:20 Water, the oldest medicine? Human-freshwater relations in Finno-Karelian oral tradition
13:20-13:40 Lake Peipsi region – cultures, folklore and environmental educations interactions
13:40-14:00 How are blue spaces related to mental health in Estonia?
Organizers: Roel Doef, Laura Tack & Gerben Dekker
- Introduction, background and goal of the workshop
- First general reflection (comparison with other lake ecosystems)
- Plenary discussion on the mission statement and proposed potential work packages (is there a shared interest in the proposed research questions)
Aliise Moora Auditorium
15:15-15:35 Lake ecosystem changes after decreased turbidity: effects of zebra mussel invasion in eight Danish lakes
15:35-15:55 Generalist invasion in a complex lake food web
15:55-16:10 Coffee break
16:10-16:30 Biomagnification of mercury in a boreal lake food web – year-round insights using bulk δ15N and compound specific δ15N of amino acids
16:30-16:50 Seasonal and spatial variation of allochthonous organic matter contribution in lake foodweb
16:50- Hydrobiology of Estonian inland waters in pictures
Keystone species Chydorus sphaericus in shallow eutrophic Lake Võrtsjärv (Estonia) – 57 years of continuous zooplankton monitoring and research
Limnological research in the shallow Lake Saukas, Latvia
Potentially toxic cyanobacteria in Lake Peipsi: use of microcystin gene copies to determine the potentially toxic Microcystis spp. in Lake Peipsi
Margarita Esmeralda Gonzales Ferraz
Large shallow lakes and lagoons in Europe
Lake Engure long-term fish diversity
Analysis of time series of the Essential Climate Variables of shallow lakes from Lakes_cci dataset
Transgenerational physiological effects of an herbicide on the diatom Gomphonema parvulum
Blue Lakes: Digitizing the carbon sink potential of boreal lakes (EU RRF project 2023-2025)
A shift in the regional climate regime strongly affects Peipsi fish
Lake water quality estimation using remote sensing and artificial intelligence applications
Spatial and temporal variability of bottom sediments characteristics in a shallow lake under backwater separation and EM application
From headwaters to downstream – a multi-approach restoration project of Siuntionjoki river system
Development of physico-chemical water quality parameters in a Boreal lake during ice break-up period
Miina Matilda Heinonen
Phosphorus retention mechanisms under a comparative performance analysis of Polonite and Rådasand for the treatment of hypolimnetic water of Lake Hönsan, Sweden
Frederico Aragão Cardoso
How do phosphorus dynamics compare between stratified and non-stratified areas of human-impacted boreal lakes?
Nitrogen and its expected impacts in Estonian lakes
Satellite-based tools towards estimating the intensity and frequency of phytoplankton surface blooms for improving monitoring strategies for lake ecological assessment
Phosphorus in lake sediments - back to the catchment?
Helmi-programme restores the waterfowl habitats in Finland
Phosphorus in Estonian soils, surface waters and lake sediments
Sediment phosphorus dynamics in Lake Saadjärv from past to present (1900-2020)
Mukadder Evin Karakoyunlu
Site-specific δ15N signatures of two Estonian hypertrophic lake sediment records
Exploring subfossil Cladocera as a proxy for reconstructing past environmental conditions in lakes of Baltic states
Understanding the effects of salinization and climate change on shallow lakes using space-for-time-substitute sampling and two synchronized mesocosm experiments in two different climates, Türkiye
Cihelio Alves Amorim