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About the department:

Department of Hydrobiology carries out research concerning the recognition of biogeochemical processes that shape freshwater ecosystems of north-eastern Poland and their biodiversity, with special emphasis on phytoplankton, mycoplankton and zooplankton. Research is conducted across the Poland and in particular from the Bug River in the south to the area of the Polish-Lithuanian border in the north, as well as in national parks: Białowieża National Park, Narew National Park, Biebrza National Park and Wigry National Park.

The main objects of study are:

Dystrophic lakes of Wigry National Park (Fig. I), Wigry lake (Fig. II), Narew river (Fig. III), Augustow Canal (Fig. IV), Lake of NE Poland (Fig. V), river of NE Poland (Fig. VI, VII), springs (fot. XII, XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII)

 

Department of Hydrobiology has a specialized research equipment enabling conducting research on a high scientific level. We have among others:

Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometers 
Ion Chromatography
TOC-L/TNM-L analyzer 
Spectrofluorimeter
Microwave Digestion System 
Microwave autoclave 
Laminar flow cabinet
Cooling incubators 
Hydroacoustic meter to the point speed measure 
FluoroProbe
Portable meteorological station
Differential interference contrast (DIC) microscopy 
Differential interference contrast (DIC) microscopy 
Inverted microscope (fot. M. Karpowicz)
Beckman spectrophotometer
 

Retired employee:
dr hab. Dr hab. Jolanta Ejsmont-Karabin, prof. UwB

 

 

1. Limnological monitoring of Siemianówka reservoir dam created in 1990.

2. Occurrence, conditions catchments and interact with hydrobionts of dissolved organic matter in river and lake ecosystems, with particular emphasis on humic substances.

3. Crenobiological differentiation in the postglacial landscape of Central Europe.

4. Ecology of planktonic algae in lakes and reservoirs with different trophic type.

5. Ecology of aquatic fungi.

6. Ecology of crustacean zooplankton.


Head of the Department
Academic Staff
Technicians

Uniwersytet w Białymstoku
Wydział Biologii
ul. Ciołkowskiego 1J
15-245 Białystok


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mail: biologia.dziekanat@uwb.edu.pl


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