Notice on the lecture for the course of Aquatic Biology Theory

关于留学生水生生物学课程期间参加河海学者交流讲座的通知

水生生物学(课程编号2015HJ08)”课程在授课期间,邀请了美国北卡大学教堂山分校海洋研究所的Hans W. Paerl教授给大家做两场关于“水体营养盐输入和生境之间的关系”以及“如何利用生物和其他指标判别水生生境状况”的主题交流讲座。请各位同学按时参与,届时会签到。课堂教学将从17周周四下午2:00-5:25开始恢复在管理馆402上课。

讲座时间:65下午200-50066日上午9:00-11:30

地点:水利馆301

Day 1: Linking nutrient inputs and other physical-chemical factors to water quality and habitat condition

Day 2: Scaling up: Using biological and other indicators to examine habitat, ecosystem and regional ecological condition and change in freshwater, estuarine and coastal systems.

外教简介

Hans W. Paerl是美国北卡大学教堂山分校海洋研究所的柯南教授,长期研究微生物调控的营养盐循环、初级生产力动力学、有害蓝藻水华的环境控制措施和管理;人类活动和气候变化对内陆和海湾水体水质和可持续发展的影响。目前在国际主流期刊发表文章250多篇,在NatureScience上发表论文4篇以上, 另外在PNAS, Plos One, Limnology and Oceanography, Bioscience, Environmental Management等著名期刊上发表论文多篇。担任期刊《Estuaries and Coasts》编辑;《Limnology and Oceanography》副主编;《Environmental microbiology》编委等。2003年获得美国海洋与湖沼学会Hatchinson奖,美国河口与海洋联合会2011年度Odum终身成就奖等。



Notice on the lecture for the course of Aquatic Biology Theory

During the teaching course of “Aquatic Biology Theory (2015HJ08)”, we will invite professor Hans W. Paerl to give us two lectures about AquaticEcosystem. Please participate in the lecture on time and sign before the lecture. Classroom teaching for this course will resume in the Room 402, Gaunli Building from 20th, June (Thursday 2:00-5:25 pm, 17th week).

The Time for the lecture: 2:00-5:00 pm, 5th June and 9:00-11:30 am, 6th June.

Place: Room 301, Shuiliguan Building (水利馆301, Hohai University.

The lecture topics include:

Day 1: Linking nutrient inputs and other physical-chemical factors to water quality and habitat condition

Day 2: Scaling up: Using biological and other indicators to examine habitat, ecosystem and regional ecological condition and change in freshwater, estuarine and coastal systems.

 

Instruction of the foreign teacher:

Hans W. Paerl is Kenan Professor of Marine and Environmental Sciences, at the UNC-Chapel Hill Institute of Marine Sciences, Morehead City. His research includes: microbially-mediated nutrient cycling and primary production dynamics of aquatic ecosystems, environmental controls of harmful algal blooms, and assessing the causes and consequences of man-made and climatic (storms, floods) nutrient enrichment and hydrologic alterations of inland, estuarine and coastal waters. He has more than 250 publications, included 4 papers in Nature and Science. He has been currently appointed as the editor of Estuaries and Coasts, the associate editor of Limnology and Oceanographyand the editor broad of Environmental microbiologyetc.