Finally, the latest paper I was involved during my Masters got released: “A note on the trophic structure of alpine streams in the Wind River Mountains, Wyoming, USA” in Fundamental & Applied Limnology. The results suggest a glacial carbon signature in stream foodwebs close to the glacier. Further a longitudinal shift in carbon sources was observed in these streams, from a glacial to an instream source and finally to a allochthonous source when moving along the system. Thanks again to the whole team. Riding to the remote sites and sampling was great fun and an exciting adventure.
Over easter holidays we headed to the French Alps to search for G. lacustris. Snow, ice and a chilly wind made this trip a nice adventure. Both, the trip to Austria and to France were possible thanks to funding by the Claraz-Donation. Thanks for supporting my work.