Results

 

Scientific Publications

Poster: Communicating the climate crisis on a local scale: Interactions between scientists and the public

 

Databases

Research databases of the organisms that are living in the Alūksne and Burtnieks Lake

 

Informative Materials

Brochure: Climate Change Effects on the Lake Ecosystem and Human Health

Presentation: Climate change in Latvia (lang: LV)

Presentation: Blue-green algae and its toxical substances (lang: LV)

Presentation: Food-Web = the backbone of the lake (lang: LV)

Presentation: A human as a part of the food chain of climate change (lang: LV)

Presentation: Blue-green algae and toxical substances in the Burtnieks and Alūksne Lake (lang: LV)\

Presentation: Metal concentrations in the fish of the Burtnieks and Alūksne Lake (lang: LV)

Presentation: New technologies for water research. Use of remote sensing for water researh in Latvia (lang: LV)

Presentation: New technologies for water research. Use of ground penetrating system for lake sediment research (lang; LV)

Presentation: New technologies for water research. Hydroacoustics (lang: LV)

Presentation: Sustainable Lake management solutions (lang: LV)

Presentation: Sustainable Lake management. The challenges for public, private sector and civil society (lang: LV)

Infographic: Climate change and its effects on lakes (lang: Latvian)

Blue-Green algae (Gleotrihia Echinulata) growth in the Alūksne Lake (lang: Latvian)

Climate change effects on Lake Burtnieks nutrient inflow (lang: Latvian)


News Publications

Druva, article: Blue-green algae and climate change (lang: Latvian)

Lsm.lv, article:  Climate change causes toxin accumulation in lake's fish (lang: Latvian)

Public broadcasting of Latvia, video: Climate change causes toxin accumulation in lake's fish (lang: Latvian)

Latvijas Radio pubic broadcaster, interview: Climate change effects on Lake ecosystems in Latvia (lang: Latvian)

Aluksne Municipality, article: Students and scientists will carry out research of the Alūksne Lake together (lang: Latvian)

Public broadcasting of Latvia, video: The researchers of Lake Burtnieks educating local students (lang: Latvian)

Latvijas Radio public broadcaster, interview : The effects of human activities and climate changes on lake ecosystems in Latvia (lang: Latvian)

Valmiera24, article: In Burtnieki Municipality local citizens participate the lake's survey (lang: Latvian)

Public broadcasting of Latvia, video of the Alūksne Lake research. (lang: Latvian)

Burtnieki Municipality News, article: Participate the research of Lake Burtnieks! (lang: Latvian)

Alūksne Municipality News, article: Scientists invite to participate the Alūksne Lake research (lang: Latvian)

Valmiera News, article: The opening of Lake Burtnieks research period (lang: Latvian)

Burtnieki Municipality, article: On 18th of August, everyone is welcome to participate the research of Lake Burtnieks (lang: Latvian)

Alūksne Municipality, article: The opening of the Alūksne Lake research will be held on the 14th of August (lang: Latvian)

C.albula, article: The opening of the Alūksne Lake research (lang: Latvian)

Valmiera News, article: Scientists will carry out a comprehensive research of climate change effects on Lake Burtnieks (lang: Latvian)

Public broadcasting of Latvia, video: Scientists continue to research the Lake Burtnieks ecosystem (lang: Latvian)

 

Images and Cartographics

The overgrowth of Lake Burtnieks

Scientific sampling in Lake Burtnieks

 

Unique algae speacies found in the Alūksne Lake - Gleotrihia Echinulata through the microscope

 

Sampling and sorting of the Alūksne Lake's fish

 

A high resolution Sentinel-2 satellite image of Lake Burtnieks and its surroundings

 

School children from the Alūksne Municipality together with scientists analysing phytoplankton

 

School children from the Burtnieki Municipality together with scientists collecting fish samples

 

Locals from the Alūksne Municipality analysing fish stomach

 

The conference: Climate Change Effects on Waterbodies in Latvia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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