Climate warming decreases ecosystem resilience against eutrophication; what about the other way round?
Climate change affects a myriad of processes that affect water quality and ecosystem functioning, from the watershed to the organism scale. Climate change interacts with other anthropogenic stressors, in often in a synergistic way, leading to a decrease in ecosystem resistance and resilience to external perturbations. In particular, there is a growing consensus on the idea that warming, in particular, enhances both eutrophication and its symptoms, promoting cyanobacterial blooms among others.
It has been hypothesized that eutrophication can also enhance climate warming, although the partial evidence is incipient and often contradictory due to the different processes involved.
In this presentation, I will review the main processes that are affected by climate change that lead to a weakening of ecosystem resistance and resilience against nutrient enrichment, and the growing evidence on the interaction between eutrophication and its symptoms on the carbon cycle and the climate system.
Estamos nostálgicos recordando el Congreso #Limnologia2020 y os compartimos el vídeo de la Cuadrilla de Tallante y Las Palas con el que os dimos la bienvenida!!
Muy agradecido a toda la organización de @limnologia2020 por la genial organización de este congreso y por el premio que han concedido a mi comunicación: "Avances en ecología de metacomunidades
en ríos intermitentes para la mejora de su conservación y gestión".
I am very happy to have received an accesit for the best poster of the Congress @limnologia2020. My poster was presented in the SS2 which focused on the nitrogen cycle in both human and natural processes. It was a pleasure to share the experience with the rest of the N-geeks! 2
Congratulations to @AIL_limnologia and @limnologia2020 for their first virtual meeting!!!!!! Good to see Iberian Limnologists connected!!! https://twitter.com/AIL_limnologia/status/1321888095835463687
Amazing talks, 283 participants, 21 countries, high diversity of topics, gender-balance, smiles everywhere and plenty of great science around limnology.
We close our 1st virtual meeting with great success. Thanks everybody. Thanks the Organizing Committee for the enormous effort!
Super proud of my PhD student @DianaSGraca for winning the prize for best poster presentation at @limnologia2020 conference this week! Congrats! 🤗🎉
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