Seminars

Seminars of the Institute of Hydrobiology BC CAS and of the Czech Limnological Society in České Budějovice


Spring 2018

coming soon:

24.5. 2018

Recent socio-economic trends in recreational fishing

Roman Lyach

Institute for Environmental Studies, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague

About the speaker: The author of this presentation, Roman Lyach, is a doctoral candidate at the Institute for Environmental Studies at Faculty of Science on Charles University in Prague. In his research, he focuses on feeding ecology of piscivorous birds and mammals, especially the great cormorant and the Eurasian otter. He also focuses on studies regarding fisheries, especially recent socio-economic trends in recreational fishing.   

 

following:

31.5. 2018

Different approaches to modelling reservoirs

Dr. Susanne I. Schmidt

Institute for Environmental Sciences, University of Koblenz-Landau, Landau, Germany

Topic: When modelling lakes and reservoirs, the focus is usually on water quality, i.e. concentrations of nutrients and carbon compounds. These concentrations are the result of food web interactions. Organic compounds are degraded by the interactions within the whole food web. A computational fluid dynamics model coupled to an individual-based model for the organisms within the food web is presented. Advantages and disadvantages of such an approach compared to the standard approach of applying continuous ordinary differential equations are discussed.

 

to be scheduled:

Community dynamics of bacteria and bacterivorous flagellates modulate carbon flow to higher trophic levels in freshwater ecosystems

Karel Šimek and colleagues

Biology Centre CAS, Institute of Hydrobiology

 

passed:

8.3. 2018

How body size and animal personalities affect predator-prey interactions, food webs and biodiversity threats

Gregor Kalinkat

Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB)

Abstract

This lecture is organized in a tight cooperation with David Boukal (University of South Bohemia, Faculty of Science)

 

15.3. 2018

The use of heterologous expression for the study of cyanobacterial secondary metabolites

Rabia MAZMOUZ

University Denis Diderot - Paris VII (France)

Abstract

 

21.3. 2018, 10:30-15:00

MacFish project results seminar

Jiří Peterka and colleagues

Major outputs of the project of the Czech-Norwegian Research Programme awarded to Institute of Hydrobiology of the BC CAS.

 

22.3. 2018

ENKI, IHB, and SOWA Limnological investigations of the Medard Lake

Chairman: Jiří Peterka

Organized by Biology Centre CAS, Institute of Hydrobiology and SOWA Research Infrastructure with the contribution of ENKI o.p.s.

Invitation

 

21.3. 2018, 10:30-15:00

MacFish project results seminar

Jiří Peterka and colleagues

Major outputs of the project of the Czech-Norwegian Research Programme awarded to Institute of Hydrobiology of the BC CAS.

Schedule

MacFish project website

 


 

If not otherwise stated, seminars take place Thursdays at 13:00 h in the Lecture hall IHB institute, Na Sádkách 7 (the "big lecture hall" at the 1-st floor). All seminars are given in English. Contact: Vojtěch Kasalický, e-mail: vojtech.kasalicky@hbu.cas.cz

CONTACT

Biology Centre CAS
Institute of Hydrobiology
Na Sádkách 702/7
370 05 České Budějovice

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