|Module title||Functioning And Protection Of Water And Wetland Habitats|
|Module lecturer||prof. zw. dr hab. Ryszard Gołdyn, dr Piotr Klimaszyk, dr Ryszard Piotrowicz|
|Faculty||Faculty of Biology|
Module aim (aims)
- functioning of freshwater and wetlands ecosystems.
- reasons of natural differentiation of lakes and wetlands.
- relations between lakes and wetlands and surrounding areas (catchment)
- biota inhabiting differentiated lakes and wetlands
Draw attention to the role of the human impact on lakes and wetlands and possible methods of restoration of that ecosystems.
Pre-requisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences (where relevant)
The course will be carried out as a fieldwork
The course will take place between 1-st and 5-th of June 2015 in Łeba city and surroundings – Słowiński National Park. Participants will have to cover the costs of accommodation, transportation, entrance fee. Estimated maximal charge will be 500 PLN – 120 EURO. Classes will be conducted in field independently of the weather - waterproof outfit or sunblock may be required!
Functioning of lobelian lakes
Protection of lobelian lakes
Functioning of hardwater- Chara lakes
Protection of hardwater- Chara lakes
Functioning and protection of eutrophic lakes
Functioning and protection of oxbow and small water bodies
Functioning and protection of coastal lakes
Functioning of humic lakes
Protection of humic lakes
Functioning of hypertrophic lakes
Preventing of lakes eutrophication
Bogs and fens classification
Functioning and protection of high bogs
Functioning and protection of transition bogs and low moors
Impact of fish communities on the functioning of water ecosystems and Summary
Limnology of humic waters. 1999 Keskitalo J.. & Eloranta. P., Bachuys Publishers, Leiden.
Ecology of shallow lakes. 2004 Shefer M., Springer
Wetlands. 2007 Gosselink J.G., Mitsch W.J, John Wiley&Sons
Limnoecology, Ecology of Lakes and Streams.2007 Lampert W., Sommer U., Oxford