During the second half of 2023, PONDERFUL will run a series of technical webinars about the value and management of ponds. In particular, the events will focus on their importance for aquatic species conservation, invasive species, carbon balance and pond construction and management. The webinars of one hour duration will take place on Zoom and are open to all free of charge, but registration is compulsory.
We will start our PONDERFUL webinars cycle talking about the role of ponds for aquatic plants conservation, a Portuguese case-study, with Dr. Jael Palhas from the University of Évora, Portugal. This first webinar will take place of June 28 at 4 pm (CET) via Zoom.
Registration link for the webinar here.
The dates are indicative and might change, but we will announce all the webinars and provide the registration link closer to each date.
June 28, 2023. 4pm (CET): The role of ponds for aquatic plants conservation in Portugal, by Dr. Jael Palhas – University of Évora, Portugal.
August 29, 2023. 4pm (CET): The world we created and the Planet we want from a freshwater perspective, by Dr. Roger Paulo Mormul – State University of Maringá, Brazil.
September 18, 2023. 4pm (CET): Limnology underdogs: The local and global importance of pond ecosystems, by Dr. Meredith Holgerson – Cornell University, United States.
October 25, 2023. 4 pm (CET): Pond management and construction for freshwater conservation, by Dr. Pascale Nicolet. Freshwater Habitats Trust, England.