During the 36th meeting of HELCOM's Head of Delegations, BNI presented the latest findings of the TARGREV-project.
In a new paper researchers review how organizational change in an international scientific network - the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) - have been managed, showing the need for good leadership and communication skills, as well as broad consultations to ensure support within the ICES community.
Henrik Österblom was awarded the prize for his studies of Common guillemots in the Baltic Sea, which have contributed to an increased understanding of how human activities influence the Baltic Sea ecosystem at large scales.
In an interview, professor Christoph Humborg identifies eutrophication, overfishing and hazardous substances as the major environmental threats facing the Baltic Sea. He also gives a longer presentation regarding the development of Baltic Sea eutrophication.
The conference "The Baltic Sea Region - on its way to the world’s first EcoRegion? Success stories and future challenges" is held 16-17 November in Gdynia, Poland.
The BONUS projects ECOSUPPORT and RECOCA invites scientists and stakeholders to a conference on "An outlook to the future Baltic Sea: how can we reach the targets of the Baltic Sea Action Plan?"
Baltic Nest Institute announces a two-year post doc position within the frame of the newly founded SU Centre “Baltic Sea Adaptive Management", BEAM.
Invasive species and oxygen-depleted bottom waters are both considered significant threats to Baltic Sea ecosystems. Nevertheless, a recent study suggests that a non-native worm may actually help in the remediation of previously hypoxic regions.
The seminar "Hållbara Hav 2011 - Östersjön" will provide Crown Princess Victoria with an update on the latest research on the Baltic Sea and its environmental state, including research carried out by the Baltic Nest Institute.
New study shows that the spread of dead zones in the Baltic Sea have reached the coastal zone. 115 sites have been identified during the period 1955 - 2009, with the Baltic Sea coastal zone containing over 20% of all known sites worldwide.
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Baltic Sea Centre, Stockholm University
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