LiveLagoons will be present at the 8th European Coastal Lagoons Symposium in Athens 20-23 March and talk about the potentials of internal measures to combat eutrophication in lagoon environments. In the session on European networks and projects in transitional areas and lagoons Prof. Arturas Razinkovas-Baziukas will discuss with the audience if and how biomanipulation improves the water quality. In an additional poster session LiveLagoons will present how sustainable harvest of emergent macrophytes in natural wetlands or on floating islands could help to decrease internal nutrient loads.
More information about the Symposium: www.eurolag8.org
If you are interested about other events regarding coastal & marine (research) activities have a look at: http://www.eucc-d.de/events-conferences.html