Events

2010
2010-12-10 - 2010-12-10
The next group meeting for the Regime shifts-project will be held at Stallet. The meeting is held between 13.00 - 17.00, followed by some social activities.
2010-11-17 - 2010-11-18
The BalticCompass project organizes an international conference regarding "A greener agriculture for a bluer Baltic Sea".
2010-11-15 - 2010-11-18
2010-11-15 - 2010-11-16
The aim of this meeting is the continued development of working relations between the Danish and Swedish divisions of BNI, possible Finnish collaboration, as well as discussions about the BSAP, BONUS-projects and other BNI decision support.
2010-11-15 - 2010-11-16
The aim of this meeting is the continued development of working relations between the Danish and Swedish divisions of BNI, possible Finnish collaboration, as well as discussions about the BSAP, BONUS-projects and other BNI decision support.
2010-11-11 - 2010-11-11
BNI Advisory Board meeting discussing and following up on the BNI strategy and activity plans for 2010 and 2011.
2010-11-11 - 2010-11-11
BNI Advisory Board meeting discussing and following up on the BNI strategy and activity plans for 2010 and 2011.
2010-11-01 - 2010-11-05
EUR-OCEANS Foresight Workshop (FWS) on "Comparative analysis of European marine ecosystem reorganizations – a largescale approach to develop the basis for an ecosystem-based management of marine resource" gathers invited researchers only. The focus is analysis of synchronies between major ecological changes in various ecosystems, thereby identifying direct and indirect effects of climatic and anthropogenic drivers as well as mediator mechanisms.Methods: The analysis will rely on a number of statistical methods (PCA, GLM, GAM, AIC, GAMM).This FWS has two major objectives:* Development of strategies and methodologies for comparative analyses that can be applied consistently across spatial and temporal scales and ecosystems.* To develop a science plan (e.g. for a EUR-OCEANS flagship or other European Union scientific calls) for the investigation of marine ecosystem reorganizations, especially directed towards the development of ecosystem-based management strategies of living marine resources.Foreseen outputs:* a review paper summarizing the results of the meta‐analysis of regime shifts in European marine ecosystems* a science plan for future investigations on marine ecosystem reorganizations directed towards developing ecosystem‐based management strategies for the European Seas.Participation will be by invitation only. Contact: Christian Möllmann or EUR-OCEANS project office.
2010-11-01 - 2010-11-05
EUR-OCEANS Foresight Workshop (FWS) on "Comparative analysis of European marine ecosystem reorganizations – a largescale approach to develop the basis for an ecosystem-based management of marine resource" gathers invited researchers only. The focus is analysis of synchronies between major ecological changes in various ecosystems, thereby identifying direct and indirect effects of climatic and anthropogenic drivers as well as mediator mechanisms.Methods: The analysis will rely on a number of statistical methods (PCA, GLM, GAM, AIC, GAMM).This FWS has two major objectives:* Development of strategies and methodologies for comparative analyses that can be applied consistently across spatial and temporal scales and ecosystems.* To develop a science plan (e.g. for a EUR-OCEANS flagship or other European Union scientific calls) for the investigation of marine ecosystem reorganizations, especially directed towards the development of ecosystem-based management strategies of living marine resources.Foreseen outputs:* a review paper summarizing the results of the meta‐analysis of regime shifts in European marine ecosystems* a science plan for future investigations on marine ecosystem reorganizations directed towards developing ecosystem‐based management strategies for the European Seas. Participation will be by invitation only. Contact: Christian Möllmann or EUR-OCEANS project office.
2010-10-22 - 2010-10-22
Matilda Valman, PhD student at the Baltic Nest Institute och Dept. of Political Science defends her dissertation plan October 22."Equifinality in the Baltic Sea - How can the shift to an ecosystem approach in the governance of the Baltic Sea be explained?"The answer to this research problem will be covered in five articles spanning over descriptions of regime change and reluctance towards change, descriptions of actors and their activities and strategies in the policy process, conclusions about a movements from government to governance, organizational settings and its influence on policy formation, and finally how the Baltic Sea governance can be made more effective.The seminar will be held in Swedish and the opponents are: Simon Birnbaum, PhD, Stockholm Resilience Centre and Dept. of Political ScienceTyra Hertz, PhD Student, Dept. of Political ScienceLocation: Stockholm University, House F, Floor 7, Room 702Time: 10.00 - 11.30For further questions, please contact Matilda Valman
Baltic Nest Institute Sweden
Baltic Sea Centre, Stockholm University
SE-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden, +46-8-16 37 18
Baltic Nest Institute Denmark
Aarhus University, Fredriksborgsvej 399
DK-4000 Roskilde, Denmark, +45 4630 1200
Baltic Nest Institute Finland
Finnish Environment Institute, P.O. Box 140
FI-00251 Helsinki, Finland, + 358 20 610 123