Freshwater Umbrella Presentations

The research conducted under the Freshwater Umbrella programme is regularly presented at international scientific conferences. In this way, the Defra-funded research is contributing to the international scientific debate on the impacts of air pollutants on sensitive, upland lakes and streams.

Oral presentations

2006
  • presentation icon Presentation of the results to date of the sediment 15N work, given by Gavin Simpson at the 10th International Paleolimnology Symposium, Duluth, USA, June 2006 (352 KB | Flash movie)
  • presentation icon Presentation of the results to date of the dual isotope study and the nitrogen tracer experiment, given by Chris Curtis at the Biogeomon conference, Santa Cruz, California, USA, June 2006 (1.6 MB | Flash movie)
  • presentation icon Presentation of the results to date of the nitrogen limitation work, given by Martin Kernan at the Biogeomon conference, Santa Cruz, California, USA, June 2006 (1.0 MB | Flash movie)
2005
  • presentation icon Presentation of the results of the work investigating the acidification status of waters in areas of conservation importance given by Martin Kernan at the Acid Rain 2005 conference, Prague, June 2005 (759 KB | Flash movie)

Poster presentations

2006
2005
  • adobe pdf icon Poster describing the Freshwater Umbrella research programme (2005–2007) displayed at Acid Rain 2005
  • adobe pdf icon Poster entitled What are the most important sinks for deposited nitrogen in UK moorland catchments? describing research undertaken as part of previous the Freshwater Umbrella research programmes (2005–2007) displayed at Acid Rain 2005