aim to reveal biogeochemical secrets (aka patterns and functioning of element
cycling in water and sediment) of the northern Baltic Öre estuary, Sweden, 20
participants of the sampling campaigns from 2015 set out to Lund University for
dedicated data discussions.
But not only
our actual data were of interest. We were also able to identify “this very old
paper from 1992”, a nearly ancient publication, which seemed to include interesting
aspects of our study area and might be helpful in further data analysis- despite its age. :-) Let´s say,
we had a good time talking science!
The participants bound for Stockholm even decided to continue discussions long after the meeting was over and spent some more hours
on Malmö airport. Continuous networking over a refreshment voucher for flight delay- carpe diem. And here we are:
(left to right): Kaarina Lukkari (Finnish Environment Institute), Niels van
Helmond (Utrecht University), Johanna Stadmark (Lund University), Wytze Lenstra
(Utrecht University), Jacob Carstensen (Aarhus University), Christoph Rabouille
(Laboratoire des Sciences du Climate et de l´Environnement), Christoph Humborg (Stockholm University), Johan Wikner (Umeå University),
Ines Bartl (Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemuende), Lumi Haraguchi
(Aarhus University), Stefano Bonaglia (Lund University), Kevin Vikström (Umeå
University), Magnus Morth (Stockholm University). Sitting
(left to right): Caroline Slomp (Utrecht University), Colin Stedmon (Danish
Technical University), Heather Reader (Danish Technical University), Daniel
Conley (Lund University), Jane Caffrey (Lund University), Dana Hellemann
(Helsinki University) (missing: Emma Kritzberg, Lund University).
Thanks Daniel and team Lund University for organizing the workshop!