In addition to the traditional topics addressed on previous shallow lakes conferences, we take the opportunity of this 10th meeting to devote special attention to landscape ecology and its importance to understand the structure and function of shallow lakes.
Viewing shallow lakes from a landscape perspective
Quantifying and interpreting the ‘internal structure’ of diverse lake metacommunities in complex landscapes
Metacommunity networks structure and biodiversity patterns
Implications of imbalanced nutrient supply rates: ecological stoichiometry in a spatial context
Rural and urban waters as carbon hubs
What controls which species where? Conceptual and analytical frameworks for studying biodiversity patterns across lake landscapes
Conservation of aquatic biodiversity in the landscape: understanding the role of connectivity
Propagule pressure and environmental filters related to non-native species success in highly connected habitats of river-floodplain ecosystems.
Eco-evolutionary dynamics in lake and pond landscapes