Pulse Amplitude Modulation to observe Periphyton

Thippavanh Maniphousay successfully finished her master thesis. She investigated the use of Pulse Amplitude Modulated (PAM) fluorescence techniques to observe the periphyton community, like the vegetation of stones beneath the water surface.

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Pulsamplitudenmodulation zur Untersuchung von Periphyton

Thippavanh Maniphousay hat ihre Masterarbeit erfolgreich abgeschlossen. Sie untersuchte die Anwendung von Fluoreszentzechniken der Pulsamplitudenmodulation (PAM), um Periphyton-Gemeinschaften – etwa den Bewuchs von Steinen unter der Wasseroberfläche – zu beobachten.

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PostDoc Fellowship goes to Csaba Vad

The decision for the new PostDoc Fellowship at WasserCluster Lunz was made. Csaba Vad from Hungary convinced with his project „Effect of chrysophytes on lake secondary production“, which investigates the effects of golden algae on zooplankton, and will start at the beginning of 2016 at WasserCluster. More

 

PostDoc Fellowship geht an Csaba Vad

Die Entscheidung für das neue PostDoc Fellowship am WasserCluster Lunz ist gefallen. Csaba Vad aus Ungarn hat mit seinem Projekt „Effect of chrysophytes on lake secondary production“ überzeugt, das sich mit dem Effekt von Goldalgen auf Zooplankton auseinandersetzt, und wird Anfang 2016 am WasserCluster beginnen. Mehr

 

Seminar Series

Martin Thoms, University of New England, Australia, October 7th 2015

Cristiana Callieri, ISE Pallanza, Italy,
October 13th 2015

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Longterm ecological research

WasserCluster Lunz is member of GLEON and study Lake Lunz as a permanent study site.

Moreover Lunz is a mastersite in the LTER platform Eisenwurzen.

Current depth profile of Lake Lunz

About WasserCluster Lunz

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WasserCluster Lunz (WCL) is a nonprofit research center shared to equal amounts by the University of Vienna, the Danube University Krems, and the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU Vienna). WCL is financially supported by a partnership with the Provincial Government of Lower Austria, the Federal Government of Austria, and the Municipality of Vienna. At the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, WCL is linked to the Department of Water, Atmosphere and Environment, at the University of Vienna to the Department of Limnology, and at the Danube University Krems to the Department of Clinical Medicine and Biotechnology.

WCL was founded in 2005 with the primary motivation to follow the scientific legacy of the Biological Station Lunz, which was established in 1905 (owned by the Austrian Academy of Sciences) and closed in 2003. The Biological Station Lunz was well known for its outstanding research in limnology (e.g., Franz Ruttner's »Fundamentals of Limnology« 1953) throughout the 20th century. WCL was established to reinvigorate freshwater ecosystem research and education in Lunz and to contribute to the advancement of freshwater sciences.

 

 

Visiting scientists

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WasserCluster Lunz welcomes enquiries from scientists who are interested in a sabbatical leave in our research centre. At WCL you find best conditions to work and you are able to interact with the scientists at WCL in the stunning surroundings of Lake Lunz. Interested persons are invited to contact us: office@wcl.ac.at

 

Führungen durch den WasserCluster Lunz

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Der WCL bietet zweimal pro Jahr Führungen für Schulen und andere interessierte Gruppen an. Die nächsten Möglichkeit für Führungen gibt es am:
14. Oktober 2015
Bitte melden Sie sich hier an: office@wcl.ac.at oder 07486/20060

Guided tours

WCL offers guided tours for schools and other interested groups twice a year. The next possibility to take part at a guided tour:
October 14th 2015
Please contact us to make a reservation: office@wcl.ac.at or 07486/20060