GLEON 2022

Photo: Masurian Lake District, Poland. Credit: pl.wikipedia.org

 

GLEON 2022 All Hands' Meeting, 26 June - 1 July, 2022,
The Masurian Lake District, Olsztyn-Ryn, Poland

 
Notice: Due to the global coronavirus pandemic and ongoing travel restrictions, the GLEON 2022 Meeting in Poland is postponed to 26 June - 1 July, 2022. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and keep members informed via this website, the GLEON_all listserve and GLEON Slack channel. The GLEON All Hands' Meeting in 2021 is going virtual. Visit the GLEON 2021 Meeting website for more information.
 
The GLEON 2022 All Hands’ Meeting will be held at the CASTLE RYN Hotel**** (Hotel ZAMEK RYN****) in the Masurian Lake District (MLD), Olsztyn-Ryn, Poland. The MLD is covered with more than 2000 natural lakes, many forests, fields and meadows, which makes this area the most popular spot in Poland for recreation and tourism. The MLD is 1730 km2 and comprises the largest lake complex (302 km2) in Poland. The system of lakes, connected by channels, is hydrologically divided into three basins: the northern (615 km2), the central (593 km2) and the southern (961 km2) basins. The MLD also includes big and medium seepage lakes, small (< 50 ha) lakes and wetlands that play a very important role for biodiversity conservation in this region of Poland that was elected as one of the 28 finalists of the New 7 Wonders of Nature.
 
The GLEON 2022 meeting will be hosted by Julita Dunalska, University of Gdańsk, and the Polish Limnological Society.
 
Updated: 13 September 2021
 

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