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Programme avec les comptes-rendus: FRONTIERS IN LAKE RESEARCH

9:00 Welcome – Walter Wildi.
A short history of the foundation of the Institute – Jean-Pierre Vernet
Principal research themes of the Institute;

Developments and outlook
9:35 International Continental Drilling Program
10:25 Coffee break
10:45 Key factors affecting trace element uptake and toxicity in aquatic organisms
Peter Campbell, Institut national de la recherche scientifique, Centre Eau,
Terre & Environnement , Québec, Canada.

11:35 Management of water bodies in the changing environment
Alfred J. Wüest, EAWAG Dübendorf.
12:25 Conclusions of the symposium – Richard L. Thomas,
Honorary Doctor of the Faculty of sciences, University of Geneva.
12:35 Lunch break
Workshop 1 (moderator D. Ariztegui)
Processes in the subsurface biosphere and their role in preserving and/or changing environmental signals in the sediment record.
Workshop 2 (moderator J. Dominik)
Narrowing the gap between in situ and laboratory approaches to metal availability, bioaccumulation and ecotoxicity.
Workshop 3 (moderator W. Wildi)
Strategies and tools of long term monitoring of fresh water bodies.
18:15 Reporting from workshops
18:45 End of the scientific workshops
19:00 Transfer to Versoix (mini-bus )
19:30 Soirée au Club Nautique de Versoix

Lieu du Symposium