News with Bärbel Müller-Karulis
Read more about Baltic Sea regime shifts
The interdisciplinary project Regime Shifts in the Baltic Sea Ecosystem - Modelling Complex Adaptive Ecosystems and Governance Implications has now entered its final year. The articles published in the project up to date are now available on our web, many with abstracts or short introductions for easy access.

New paper uses multimodel approach to investigate interactions between climate, nutrient loads and cod fishing
A new study was published in the November 2013 issue of Global Change Biology by a team of researchers from BNI Sweden and their international colleagues collaborating in the BONUS ECOSUPPORT project. Interested in what the combined effects of climatic changes and ecosystem drivers are on the food web in the Central Baltic Sea, this article investigates the interactions between climate, nutrient loads and cod fishing.

New research points to grim future for Baltic Sea cod
Using biological ensemble modeling a group of researchers, among them researchers from BNI Sweden, show that Baltic Sea cod are affected by what they eat. Climate change leads to a warmer and less saline Baltic Sea, where cod become fewer and less able to withstand heavy fishing pressure.

Using a multi-model system tool to understand potential consequences of management measures
Together with a large consortium of colleagues from seven countries around the Baltic Sea, researchers from BNI Sweden publish a report that summarizes selected research highlights from the BONUS project ECOSUPPORT.

Bo Gustafsson speaks during the Third EU Info-Day: «Ecology of the Baltic Sea: What Can Be Done through the International Cooperation?»
The EU Info Day is dedicated to the 8th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2011, which is held on August 22-26th in St. Petersburg. EU day is held on August 24th, 15.00 at the Press-Club "Green Lamp" (Bankovsky pereulok 3).

BNI research at the ICES Annual Science Conference
ICES Annual Science Conference (ASC) 2011 will be held in Gdańsk, Poland. The venue will be the Gdańsk Music and Congress Centre. The conference will open on Monday 19 September and close on Friday 23 September.Read more here

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