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Lake Conservation Webinar Series: The forgotten seasons: non-summer algal dynamics
Globally, lakes and reservoirs are getting greener and are predicted to become more toxic. We know that algal blooms like it hot- with a side of light and nutrients, therefore, we anticipate cyanotoxins in the summer in reservoirs with high algal biomass (i.e., green). Here, we challenge this assumption and ask- are hot spots and hot moments in cyanotoxin production happening in the cold?

Sep 7, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Rebecca North
Assistant Professor @University of Missouri
Rebecca is an emerging researcher in aquatic ecology and biogeochemistry, with expertise on nutrient and algal dynamics in water bodies. She left the great white North and joined the School of Natural Resources at the University of Missouri as an Assistant Professor of Water Quality in 2016. Her PhD in limnology was obtained at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada where she worked on eutrophication issues in the African and North American Great Lakes.