Day 1 - 14 Oct 2020 at 9:00 (UTC+1)

Session 1 - Impacts of Extreme Events in Aquatic Systems under Future Climatic ConditionS
Impacts of climate change on lake surface heat fluxes. A global sensitivity analysis
by Ana Ayala, UU, Sweden 
"Numerical modeling of the role of advection fluxes in the DO diel variations for estimating whole-lake metabolism”
by Nasime Janatian, EMU, Estonia
Modelling the effect of storms on thermal structure, nutrient distribution, and phytoplankton growth
by Jorrit Mesman, UG, Switzerland
"The bright side of brownification, and the dark side of light"
by Truls Hansson, FV-Berlin, Germany

Day 1 - 14 Oct 2020 at 11:00 (UTC+1)

Session 2 - Exploring Lake Ecosystem Resilience to Extreme Events
“Impacts of Extreme Weather Events on Bacterial Community Composition of a Temperate Humic Lake”
by Alexa Hoke, DkIT, Ireland
 
"Metrics of Recovery for Understanding Additive Effect of Perturbations into the Microbial Community Suffering Eutrophication"
by Julio Stelzer, UG, Switzerland
"The determination of critical thresholds for lake ecosystem resilience from long high frequency data
by Michael Thayne, FV-Berlin, Germany

Day 2 - 15 Oct 2020 at 9:00 (UTC+1)

Session 3 - Using High Frequency Monitoring to Explore Extreme Events in Aquatic Systems
Calcite precipitation, a major driver of carbon fluxes in lakes and reservoirs?
by Hares Khan, UB, Spain
Extreme weather-related events rarely coincide with extreme lake mixing events
by Harriet Wilson, DkIT, Ireland
"High-Frequency sensor measurements supported modelling instream nitrogen uptake at extreme summer low flow”
by Jingshui Huang, UFZ-Magdeburg, Germany

Day 2 - 15 Oct 2020 at 11:00 (UTC+1)

Session 4 - Informing the Protection of Lake Ecosystem Services from the Impacts of 
                      Extreme Event
“Intensity of wastewater treatment upstream a reservoir defines the resistance of its water quality to extreme climatic events”
by Elias Munthali, ICRA, Spain
“A modelling approach to ecosystem service provisioning in lakes under extreme climatic events"
by Maggie Armstrong, NIOO-KNAW, the Netherlands
"Effectiveness of phosphorus control under extreme heatwaves: implications for sediment nutrient release and greenhouse gasses emission”
by Qing Zhan, NIOO-KNAW, the Netherlands
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