Welcome to the remote November meeting now on Friday 20 November. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
At the meeting, Heidi will discuss the 2020 HELCOM PEG BVOL biovolym update and a new interesting article (Altenburger et al. 2020: Dimorphism in cryptophytes – The case of Teleaulax amphioxeia/Plagioselmis prolonga and its ecological implications. – Sci. Adv. 2020; 6: eabb1611) and its effects on the determination of the sinks concerned.
Heidi and Sirpa have completed the Hearts update and the HELCOM PEG BVOL biovolym update presentation introduces the new taxons included in the list.
In addition, Sirpa Lehtinen and Kristiina Vuorio will tell about the algae monitoring in summer 2020. Raino-Lars Albert and Jere Laine present the club's new website, and Tore Lindholm talks about an armoured linen deposit off the River Aura (Dinoflagellate bloom in the Aura River Mouth).
If you wish to make your own presentation, please inform the Board of firstname.lastname@example.org (18 November). By.
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Board of the Phytoplankton Society
Welcome to participate in a remote meeting of the Phytoplankton Society on Tuesday 20 October. from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Due to the coronavirus situation, the armoured line workshop planned for the autumn will be postponed. In addition, it is currently better to hold meetings remotely. That is why we are holding two shorter remote meetings. The first remote meeting is already in a couple of weeks on Tuesday 20 October. between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. and the second in November, according to the agreement, either on Thursday 19 November. or Friday 20 November There is no entry fee for either remote meeting.
These meetings are intended to be free-form and can be attended without prior registration. The meetings offer members the opportunity to discuss topical issues, watch phytoplankton photos or videos, and discuss possible configuration problems, among other things. Everyone who participates in the meeting can share content for others to see.
The october meeting is expected to review the club’s new website (http://homepage.kasviplanktonopas.net/). Members are happy to receive feedback and thoughts on the content and structure of the pages. If kristiina tells about the algae monitoring in summer 2020.
At the November meeting, Heidi will discuss the 2020 HELCOM PEG BVOL biovolym update and a new interesting article (Altenburger et al. 2020: Dimorphism in cryptophytes – The case of Teleaulax amphioxeia/Plagioselmis prolonga and its ecological implications. – Sci. Adv. 2020; 6: eabb1611) and its effects on the determination of the sinks concerned.
At both meetings, all interested party shareholders have the opportunity to give a short presentation (max. 15-20 min) e.g. interesting observation or a new added taxon. Any presentations can be submitted to the Board of Directors in advance.
A remote meeting is organized as a Teams meeting, which works at least in the Edge browser without further action. The Mozilla browser can ask you to download the Windows app.
Hopefully as many people as possible will be able to participate!
Board of the Phytoplankton Society
On Thursday, 4 June 2020, a risk assessment of summer blue algae blooms for the neighbouring regions was published:
The risk of blue algae blooms in Finnish seas, as in last year, is considerable or moderate – the final situation will be determined by the summer weather
So summer is here again and the blue algae announcement has started as it:
National algae review 4.6.2020: In some areas of the sea blue-green, there are hardly any blue algae observations on the lakes
THE REST INFORMATION OF THE SEA is happy to receive algae hats – even zero-hats! – even by phone or email. Current algae managers can be found at the bottom of the most recent algae overview (see link above). We would also like to encourage the use of the Observation Transmitter app (see link above).
T. Heidi, Kristiina, Harri & Partners
On 14-15 May 2013, the Finnish Phytoplankton Society will organise a KasPer 2013 training event at tvärminne Zoological Station to familiarise them with the sampling, analysis, identification and interpretation of the results of phytoplankton and perifyton/latents.
The training is suitable for those carrying out sampling and analysis in stream waters, lakes and/or the Baltic Sea region. The event is intended for all interested parties. For more details on this invitation, please register using the link below:
Registration for KasPer 2013 – training
Welcome a day.
On behalf of the Finnish Phytoplanktonseura ry
Kristiina Vuorio, Chair.