Four experts will share their vision on this very topical and challenging subject with you. You can find a short summary of their presentations at the KNM website.
Key note speakers:
- Prof. Dr Paul van den Brink (personal professor Chemical Stress Ecology at WUR):
The (mis-)use of (bio)assays for monitoring water quality
- Dr Reindert Nijland (Assistant professor at the Marine Animal Ecology group at WUR):
High resolution eDNA metabarcoding for monitoring of marine ecosystems
- Lotte de Jong, MSc (Researcher at Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen and PhD candidate at WUR):
Transdisciplinary fieldwork for climate adaptation in urban and riverine systems: the ClimateCafe approach
- Dr Edwin Peeters (personal associate professor at the Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management group at WUR):
Water quality monitoring and citizen science
Moderator: Dr ir. Caroline Moermond (chair KNM)
This webinar is the fourth webinar in the series “Current topics in Environmental Sciences”, organised by the Wageningen Environmental Studies Alumni Association (KNM). The webinar is open for all interested professional workers, academic staff, PhD candidates, students and others.