Wikia


Januari 2016

- Global climate change scheme

- Biomanipulation: what are the problems in the tropics and why?

- Size efficiency hypothesis. Explain

- Give 3 applications of paleolimnology + what are the key assumptions (e.g. for sediment cores)

namiddag 21-1-2015

1) damming has good effects for humans. a) discuss the two concepts of the river (flood puls concept; river continuum concept), b) effect of damming on these concepts, c) ecosystem services that are influenced because of damming

2) Eutrophication: What is it? Wat problems can it cause? How would you fight eutrophication when you're restoring a lake?

3) how can we integrate biodiversity estimates from different spatial scales?

4. Make a scheme about all the different aspects conserning human forceded climate chance and the impact on aquatic systems. Explain and give examples for synergetic, direct and indirect consequences

namiddag 19-1-2015

1. Biomanipulation is a major problem in the tropics, explain why?

2. What is the ecological and evolutionairy link with a resting egg bank?

3. Paleolimnology is very imporant nowadays. Explain what is needed to set up a good palaeolimnological studie and give 5 questions what can be answered using this technique (dus 5 voorbeelden geven)

4. Make a scheme about all the different aspects conserning human forceded climate chance and the impact on aquatic systems. Explain and give examples for synergetic, direct and indirect consequences

DI 24 jan 2012

1) Eutrophication: What is it? Wat problems can it cause? How would you fight eutrophication when you're restoring a lake?

2) What are the problems with biodiversity in shallow lakes and ponds? Can you work out an ecologically and economically sustainable managment? (Class Pieter Lemmens)

3) Give 2 regulating, provisioning and supporting ecosystem services of mangroves.

4) EPS, what is it? Why is it important for biofilms? Why is communication important in biofilms?


Dinsdag 16 jan 2013 

1) damming has good effects for humans ... but also bad ones, list them in terms of ecology of river systems and in terms of ecosystem services.

2) effects of climate change on aquatic systems: make scheme from classes and explain things he asks

3) how can we integrate biodiversity estimates from different spatial scales? 


Dinsdag 22 jan 2014 

1) damming has good effects for humans. a) discuss the two concepts of the river (flood puls concept; river continuum concept), b) effect of damming on these concepts, c) ecosystem services that are influenced because of damming

2) biodiversity indices on different spatial scale

3) ecological and evolutionary consequences of resting egg bank

4) threats to biodiversity (direct effects, second order effects and synergistic effects)