If you have been following the Lake Hopatcong Commissions work, or any of the current Lake Hopatcong projects than the name of Dr. Fred Lubnow should be a familiar name, along with his fun presentation style that makes learning scientific facts, fun exciting and easy to learn. We mean the utmost respect to Dr. Lubnow as we compare his very effective presentation style to somewhere between Jim Carrey and Robin Williams.
Date: Thursday, August 6, 2020
Time: 12:30 PM
Registration: Register for Webinar
Sponsor: Lake Hopatcong Foundation - “Thirst for Knowledge” lunch-and-learn webinar series
After this Webinar, you are sure to walk away with the facts of what’s happening, why, and most importantly what’s being done to improve Lake Hopatcong.
Overview of Webinar:
Fourth presentation in our “Thirst for Knowledge” lunch-and-learn webinar series, "Lake Hopatcong Water Quality Monitoring Results: A Look-Back and What’s Happening in 2020” hosted by Dr. Fred Lubnow, Limnologist and Director of Aquatic Resources at Princeton Hydro.
Princeton Hydro has been conducting water quality monitoring on Lake Hopatcong since 2001. Learn why Princeton Hydro monitors the lake for total phosphorus, dissolved oxygen, pH, water clarity, nitrogen, chlorophyll a, and more. Dr. Lubnow will review long-term monitoring results and also discuss the Harmful Algae Bloom (HAB) monitoring being conducted.
BIO of Fred S. Lubnow, PhD
Fred’s areas of expertise include aquatic and watershed management, restoration ecology, community, and ecosystem ecology, and the use of benthic macroinvertebrate and fish in-stream bioassessment protocols. Dr. Lubnow is Princeton Hydro’s Director of Aquatics Programs and, as such, manages a variety of lake and watershed restoration projects.
His experience in lake and reservoir restoration includes the design and implementation of dredging, aeration, chemical control of nuisance species, nutrient inactivation (i.e. alum), and biomanipulation. His experience in watershed restoration includes the design and implementation of structural Best Management Practices (BMPs), the development of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) pollutant budgets, and the design, implementation, and analysis of watershed-based monitoring programs.
More about LHF - "Thirst for Knowledge” lunch-and-learn webinar series
Our "Thirst for Knowledge” lunch-and-learn webinar series was created to share information and discuss topics of interest to our lake community. There is no cost to attend, however, registration is required. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Don't forget your lunch!