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Examples of research topics implemented at the Station

Department of Ecology of Microorganisms & Environmental Biotechnology, Institute of Botany of the University of Warsaw:
• loop performance microbiological processes of disposal of organic carbon in lakes of varying degrees of eutrophication
• prevalence, characteristics of molecular, microbial degradation and ecological importance of dissolved extracellular RNA and DNA
• hydrochemical and microbiological monitoring of Masurian Lake District
• efficiency of selected methods of molecular biology to the study of biodiversity of bacteria in aquatic ecosystems

Department of Hydrobiology, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw:
• the impact of aquatic herbivores invertebrate on macrophytes and the relationship between the temperature of the water in the lake and the daily migration of planktonic crustaceans
• long-term observations of aquatic immersed plant changes in lakes Masurian Lake District
• monitoring of the distribution of fish using sonar or distribution of mollusks in lakes of different trophy

Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Biology and Biotechnology, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn:
• structure and functioning of bacterial biocenoses in several ecological types of water environments
• microbial processes of transformation of organic matter in water and sediment of lake ecosystems
• bacterial plankton dynamics in lakes under restoration and biomanipulation

Department of Ecology and Environmental Protection, Institute of Biology, University of Natural Sciences and Humanities in Siedlce:
factors affecting on the
macrophytes species structure
role of charophyte in the carbon cycle in the lake

Hydrobiological Station of the Nencki Institute PAS:
• the occurrence strategies, succession and biodiversity of teams Monogononta (Rotifera) in aquatic ecosystems and microhabitats in north-eastern Poland
• epizoon of malakofauna of Mikolajskie Lake – study of Rotifera inhabit the shells of live bivalve molluscs
• eutrophications and biologicals risk of water quality of the Masurian Lake District
• the combined effect of the interaction of many factors regulating species richness and composition of the Cladocera