Impact of Climate Change on Harmful Algal Blooms, Radio Adelaide, Australia. 23 September 2015. Anna Rigosi, post-doctoral research fellow at the Water Research Cemtre at the University of Adelaide is interviewed for her research and involvement in GLEON collaborators, looking at connections between increased temperature and cyanobacteria blooms on a global scale.
Ökologie: Der Gossenköllesee (in German; "Ecology: Lake Gossenkoelle, Austria), University of Innsbruck YouTube Channel, 7 August 2015. The short video introduces Lake Gossenkoelle, 2400 meters a.s.l. is a research station affiliated with University of Innsbruck, with long-term water monitoring data from both in-situ sampling and buoy. Lake Gossenkoelle becomes the 2nd GLEON site from Austria; more information in English can be viewed here.
GLEON: the Science of Team Science, Wisconsin Public Radio (WXPR), 27 June 2013. GLEON founding chair Tim Kratz interviewed by Natalie Jablonski at the U.S. National Public Radio (NPR) affiliated community radio station in northern Wiscosin in June 2013. Listen here at WXPR online.
Tim Kratz and Paul Hanson were recent guests on WUWM radio where they discussed GLEON. They talk about the importance of the network in helping to understand the science of inland lakes by sharing data that is streamed back to a central repository over 50 million records and growing! To listen, go to the WUWM web site.
GLEON at a Glance video profile of GLEON with accompanying text - California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology, 19 March 2008
North Sparkling Bog Buoy Deployment - Another video produced by Ashley Shade that chronicles the deployment of an instrumented buoy over the ice in North Sparkling Bog, Vilas County, WI.
Praise GLEON - A song written by Peter Staehr of the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Racing With the Typhoon on YouTube - composed and sung by Dave Balsiger, Information Management Specialist at the Center for Limnology, Madison, Wisconsin, USA about the pre-GLEON field sampling adventure at Yuan-Yang Lake in Taiwan, October 2004 during Typhoon Nocten. The video was recorded at Trout Lake Station at a GLEON workshop cin 2007:
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number DBI RCN 0639229 and MSB 1137327, 1137353. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.