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Welcome to the mountain-lakes.org website of mountain lakes research.

AIMS

The main aim of www.mountain-lakes.org is to bring together scientists working on various aspects of mountain lake ecosystems across the world, and give them tools and information to enhance research in the field of mountain lake limnology, hydrobiology, and ecology. The importance of this research is derived from the concept of mountain lakes as indicators of global change, and takes advantage of the current depth of knowledge concerning these fragile ecosystems.

MAINTENANCE

This website grew out of previous projects on mountain lakes research founded by the EU (ALPE, MOLAR, EMERGE), and it is developed and maintained by the Hydrobiological field station of Charles University in Prague .

PUBLIC

This website provides links to former and ongoing project web pages and other sources of useful information (research strategies, analytical methods, site descriptions, preliminary results, research teams). A database of published papers will be continuously expanded. Web pages of the former EU projects MOLAR and EMERGE are no longer going to be updated.

SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY

In addition, registered users are able to update the database with their published papers, and include links to their home research organization or other relevant sites. They can also take advantage of searches for contacts to registered colleagues. The private part of EMERGE webpage is not accesible but the prior registration of participants in the project EMERGE is valid for mountain-lakes.org.

 

Links

Project webpages

Former:   MOLAR (http://www.mountain-lakes.org/molar)
EMERGE (http://www.mountain-lakes.org/emerge)
RECOVER 2010 (http://www.macaulay.ac.uk/recover)
   
Current:   Euro-limpacs (http://www.eurolimpacs.ucl.ac.uk)

 

Contacts

Content responsibility:   Webmanager
   
Website technical contact:   Webmaster