The video aims to dispel the myth that some fish taste earthy or musty and presents the real causes of this sometimes occurring „bad taste“ in an entertaining way. IGB scientist Hendrik Monsees shows how fisher Knut can easily get rid of this bad taste and what it all has to do with Christmas.
The video shows the River Spree from the source in Saxony to the mouth in River Havel. It gives an introduction to anthropogenic impacts (lignite mining and urban influences) on River Spree and field work methods (water and sediment sampling) frequently used by our Department of Chemical Analytics and Biogeochemistry.
Beim 4. Science Slam-Talk im Rahmen des Wissenschaftsjahrs 2020/21 - Bioökonomie erklärt IGB-Experte Hendrik Monsees, wie sich Tomaten und Tilapia optimal ergänzen und was es bei der kombinierten Fisch- und Gemüseproduktion zu beachten gibt.
IGB researcher Sonja Jähnig is a Falling Walls finalist in the category of life sciences. In her five-minute video she explains which wall her research is taking down: the wall of the silent freshwater biodiversity crisis.
The video shows the field work of our working group “Ground water – surface water interactions” at the River Erpe in Berlin/Brandenburg (Germany). The scientists give a short introduction to field methods in the hyporheic zone that are frequently used by the group.